Senecas run-rule Lakers

LAKESIDE — Calvert jumped all over Danbury with a six-run top of the first Monday en route to an 18-5 Sandusky Bay Conference River Division win.

Ashlee Shiley led the efforts at the plate with a home run, a single and four RBIs for the Senecas. They also got two singles and two RBIs from Emily Dell, a single and two RBIs by Bria Coleman, a double and an RBI from Frannie Webb and a single and RBI apiece from winning pitcher Kate Rombach and Maddie Schumacher.

Rombach gave up five runs (two earned) on three hits, while fanning eight and walking five in five innings.

Rams rout Bucks

NEW WASHINGTON — Upper Sandusky got off to a great start Monday with 20 runs in the first three innings against Buckeye Central.

It did add three more in a 23-3 run-rule win in Northern 10 Athletic Conference play.

Alivia Oney hit five singles, drove in three runs and scored three runs for the Rams (8-5, 5-1 N10). Reagen Ward added four singles, two RBIs and two runs, Jade Holman tallied three singles, a double, three RBIs and three runs and Brooke Swavel finished with a pair of doubles and singles, drove in four runs and scored three runs.

Jenna Clary was the winning pitcher, allowing three runs on four hits. She fanned six in five innings of work. Maddie Cain took the loss for the Bucks (3-11, 0-7).

Old Fort dominates Panthers

OLD FORT — Sandusky St. Mary scored first, but that was the only positive for the Panthers Monday.

Old Fort tallied 18 hits in a 20-3 Sandusky Bay Conference River Division victory in five innings.

Madison Guth and Savannah McCoy combined for nine RBIs for the Stockaders. Guth tripled and doubled and drove in five, while McCoy, who was also the winning pitcher, homered, tripled and drove in four runs.

MarcQue Harris added a home run, two singles and three RBIs for the Stockaders (5-6, 3-2 SBC), Kaley Ivy had two singles and two RBIs, Jillian Stover slapped three singles and drove in a run, Laini Gillett doubled, singled and drove in a run, Ashlyn Magers singled twice and drove in a run and Aly Pence finished with a single and an RBI.

Losing pitcher Allison Weilnau singled and drove in a run for the Panthers.

McCoy allowed three runs (one earned) on four hits in five innings in the circle. She struck out six and walked one. Weilnau gave up 20 runs on (10 earned) on 16 hits in 3 1/3 innings.

Fliers get by Sandusky

SANDUSKY — Clyde did just enough to get past Sandusky Monday in a 13-9 Sandusky Bay Conference Lake Division victory.

Chase Arndt and Hunter Schwochow each had two hits for the Fliers, Murissa Drown doubled and Kamdyn Taylor, Delaney Gill, Kylie Cantu, Grace Knehr and Kendall Bailey each added a hit.

Schwochow was the winning pitcher, allowing four earned runs on seven hits in seven innings. She struck out six and walked a pair.

Bellevue tallies 19 hits in SBC win

SANDUSKY — Bellevue scored in every inning and compiled 19 hits in a 19-4 Sandusky Bay Conference Lake Division victory over Perkins.

The Lady Red plated 11 runs in the top of the first.

Riley Mohr and Jillian Sumser both went 5 for 5, while Alex Fiske and Hannah Hill both belted a home run for Bellevue.

Hill got the win in the circle.

Redmen remain unbeaten in N10

SYCAMORE — Bucyrus scored early and often Monday in a 12-5 Northern 10 Athletic Conference win against Mohawk.

The Redmen (9-4, 6-0 N10) led 9-5 after five innings and then tacked on three insurance runs in the top of the seventh.

They tallied 16 hits as Lauren Kohler homered, singled twice and drove in three runs, Jade Torres added a double, two singles and two RBIs, Faith Schifer had a double, a single and two RBIs, and Caleigh Rister (double), Ashley Davis (RBI) and Alexis Schifer all had two hits. Alexis Dye tacked on a single and a pair of RBIs.

Losing pitcher Paityn Clouse and Tess Weinandy each slammed a home run and drove in a pair of runs for the Warriors (7-3, 3-3).

Rister was the winning pitcher as she pitched a complete game. She gave up five runs on five hits and struck out nine. Clouse allowed 12 runs on 16 hits, while fanning five and walking three in seven innings of work.

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