Rams roll past Buckeye Central 12-2 to get to 7-0 in N10 play

NEW WASHINGTON — Keaton Cunningham ripped a two-run homer and Brenyn Marquart singled in another pair while striking out eight Monday to spark Upper Sandusky’s 12-2 Northern 10 Athletic Conference win against Buckeye Central.

Cunningham added another run and Marquart also singled for the Rams (11-2, 7-0 N10).

Brandon Giesey doubled and scored, Diago Cazares singled twice, scored twice and knocked in a run, Parker Frombaugh had three runs and a single, Jason Holly singled, scored and added an RBI, and Cole Sowers and Jordan Wright both scored.

Losing pitcher Brady Biglin doubled and singled for the Bucks (5-10, 1-6) and Nick Ramey doubled and scored.

Alex Kanney and Justin Dentinger both had a single and RBI and Matthew Summers scored.

Chieftains gain speed

in win over Arcadia

ARCADIA — Ashton Bour knocked in three runs and Noah Miller was nearly untouchable on the mound Tuesday as Hopewell-Loudon thumped Blanchard Valley Conference foe Arcadia 7-1.

The win didn’t start easily for Miller or the Chieftains.

Arcadia scored an unearned run in the bottom of the first and kept H-L in check through the first three frames.

The Chieftains finally got going after that, scoring single runs in the fourth and fifth innings before erupting for five in the seventh.

Miller, meanwhile, settled in after the first inning. He ended up striking out nine while allowing just two hits and no walks. He also singled twice and scored.

Bour also lined two singles and added a run of his own, and Luke Jameson drove in two runs and singled.

Travis Milligan and Bailey Breidenbach both singled and scored, Jaret Nelson had an RBI, and Ethan Watkins, Connor Roush and Jarin Holland all scored.

Timely hits spark Redmen

SANDUSKY — Chase Eisenhauer and Dalton Hay both provided big hits when needed Tuesday to help Bellevue turn a tight game into an 8-3 Sandusky Bay Conference Lake Division win against Perkins.

Up just 3-2, Eisenhauer belted a two-run double in the top of the fifth and Hay smacked a solo homer leading off the sixth to extend the lead.

Eisenhauer added another RBI and Hay scored another run and singled. Hay also earned the win.

Trey Ruhlman drove in two runs, tripled and scored, Philip Putnam added a single and two RBIs, Hayden Foos singled twice and scored, Keegan Ray and Garrett Vickery each singled and scored, Brad Miller and Preston Ray both singled and Easton Musselman scored.

Bucyrus upsets

Warriors for first N10 win

SYCAMORE — Bucyrus scored all of its runs in the top of the fourth and kept Mohawk from stringing together timely hits Tuesday en route to capturing a 5-2 Northern 10 Athletic Conference win.

The Redmen (4-9, 1-5 N10) snapped a scoreless tie in the fourth.

Trevor Lee and Kael Scott opened with back-to-back singles and Ben Seibert loaded the bases with a one-out single before two runs scored when Lincoln Mollenkopf reached on an error.

Lucas Kozinski followed with an RBI single, and Collin Remmel later reached on a two-out error to finish the scoring.

The Warriors (7-2, 5-2) got their runs in the sixth.

Losing pitcher Landen Snyder led off with a single, stole second and eventually scored when Trey Combs hit into a fielder’s choice for the second out.

Tanner Osborn then singled, stole second and scored on Jacob Coldiron’s single.

But a pop out ended that threat, and Mohawk left a runner stranded at second in the seventh.

Trevor Ley went the distance to get the win for the Redmen, striking out seven.

Seibert ended with two singles, and Ley, Scott, Kozinski, Tod Spurlock and Remmel each had one.

The Warriors got singles from Snyder, Tyler Hayman, Combs, Osborn, Coldiron and Wyatt Swartz.

St. Joe gets around

Blue Jackets

FREMONT — Fremont St. Joe countered New Riegel’s big rally with a small one, then held the Blue Jackets in check in the seventh Tuesday to claim a 7-6 Sandusky Bay Conference River Division win.

St. Joe plated three runs in the bottom of the fifth to push its lead to 6-2, but the Blue Jackets answered with a four-run burst in the top of the sixth to knot the score.

However, the Crimson Streaks pushed across a run in the bottom of the seventh to get reliever Blake Michael the win.

Ricky Geyer scored twice, drove in two runs and tripled for St. Joe, Michael doubled, scored and knocked in a run and Brody Deck scored three times and singled.

Isaac Jimenez added a single and RBI, Derek Ritzman singled and Garrett Michael scored.

Losing pitcher Nick Reinhart singled twice and scored for the Blue Jackets.

Cole Noftz drove in two runs and doubled, Carson Whipple had a double, run and RBI, Christopher Acree and Logan Schalk both singled and scored, Brandon Gillig had a single and RBI, and Joe Tiell and Hayden Hohman both scored.

St. Mary out-scraps


OLD FORT — Sandusky St. Mary scored a pair of two-out go-ahead runs in the top of the eighth and held on from there Tuesday to beat Old Fort 10-9 in Sandusky Bay Conference River Division play.

Alex Gennari paced the Panthers by going 6 for 6 with a double, two runs and two RBIs in the win.

Everett Samstag added a single and two RBIs, Gregory Pudloski singled twice and scored, Kyle Pelz singled twice, scored and drove in a run, and winning pitcher James McClung scored twice.

Wil Roth singled and scored, and Steven Hamilton, Jackson Rutger and Gus Roth all scored.

Eddie Webb took the loss for the Stockaders. He also had a single and RBI.

Myles Miller went 3 for 4 with three runs, a triple, double and RBI, while Shane Ott finished 3 for 4 with a double and three runs.

David Kupka drove in three runs and singled, Kaleb Wilkinson had a single and two RBIs, Coleman Bigelow added two singles, two RBIs and a run, Jarett Woodall singled twice, Casey Clouse singled and Ryan Miller and Cole Eckhardt both scored.

Lake’s Fouty no-hits FHS

MILLBURY — Both pitchers pitched well. Lake’s Austin Fouty fared better.

Fouty fanned 10 and walked just one while twirling a no-hitter, and got help from Dawson Delventhal’s three-run homer in the bottom of the sixth Monday as the Flyers blanked Northern Buckeye Conference foe Fostoria 3-0.

Alex Sierra suffered the loss for the Redmen. He struck out eight and scattered just two walks and three hits. All three runs he allowed were earned.

Those came in the sixth, when Delventhal’s blast knocked in him, Scott Mackiewicz and Luke Walsh.

Walsh ended 2 for 3 and Brendan Zink singled for Lake.