Theis delivers for Blue Jackets

NEW RIEGEL — Whether it was on the mound or at the plate, Jacob Theis delivered for New Riegel in a 13-6 Sandusky Bay Conference River Division win over Calvert.

Calvert led 6-2 after 1 ½ innings Wednesday, but New Riegel plated six runs in the bottom of the second and Theis shut out the Senecas the rest of the way.

Nick Reinhart got the win on the hill, giving up six runs on seven hits in two frames. Theis pitched five innings of relief scattering just two hits and struck out four.

At the plate, Theis homered, doubled, singled and drove in six runs. Cole Noftz tacked on a pair of singles and RBIs and Reinhart added a single and two RBIs.

Nick Seifert doubled, singled twice and drove in a pair of runs for the Senecas, while Jacob Kin added a double, a single and two RBIs.

Nolan Wuescher took the loss, giving up nine runs on eight hits in four innings. He walked three and fanned three.

Matz out-duels

Wilkinson in Lakota win

KANSAS — Two runs in the bottom of the first was all Lakota needed to take down Old Fort in a 2-0 Sandusky Bay Conference River Division victory Wednesday.

Josh Matz tossed a four-hit shutout for the Raiders (9-3, 3-1). He struck out six and walked three in a complete game.

On the other side, Old Fort’s Kaleb Wilkinson was also dealing. He gave up two runs on five hits, striking out eight and walking just one in six innings of work.

Matz tripled at the plate for the Raiders, while Carter Reinhart drove in a run.

Jarett Woodall lined a pair of singles for the Stockaders. Ryan Miller finished with a double.

Redmen dominate Wildcats

ELMORE — Not much happened for the first two innings Wednesday, but Fostoria ramped up the offense for the next three to get a 12-0 run-rule of Northern Buckeye Conference foe Woodmore.

The Redmen plated five runs in the third inning before added three in the fourth and four in the fifth.

Woodmore got only four hits off of Alex Sierra, who finished with seven strikeouts and just one walk in the win on the hill for the Redmen.

Trey Groves had a big day at the plate, belting a home run, singling twice and driving in five runs for FHS, while Dylan Sheets added a double, a single and three RBIs, Karsen Bemis singled and drove in a run and Jesus Garcia ended with a pair of singles and an RBI.

Rams squeeze past Rockets

MORRAL — It was close, but Upper Sandusky stayed perfect in the Northern 10 Athletic Conference with a 4-3 win over Ridgedale Wednesday.

Both teams scored three runs in the second frame and then the Rams (9-2, 5-0) won the game with a run in the top of the seventh.

Cole Sowers lined a pair of singles, while Jordan Wright singled and drove in a pair of runs and winning pitcher Brenyn Marquart added a single and an RBI.

Myles Nutter singled and drove in two runs for the Rockets (5-3, 3-3).

Tiffin University commit Marquart gave up three runs on a pair of hits, while fanning eight and walking just one in a complete game. Sam Leach gave four runs on six hits with six strikeouts in the loss.

“This was a well played game by both teams,” Rams coach Scott Emerick said. “We got another outstanding pitching outing by Brenyn Marquart and some clutch hitting by Jordan Wright and Marquart. These are the games we need to win if we want to win the conference. Ridgedale is a solid baseball team.”

Oswalt-led H-L shut outs Cory-Rawson

BASCOM — Ethan Oswalt gave up just two hits and struck out 10 for Hopewell-Loudon in a 7-0 Blanchard Valley Conference win.

Oswalt walked just one in six innings of work. Gage Burns pitched one inning of relief not giving up a hit.

At the plate, Bailey Breidenbach doubled, singled and drove in a pair of runs, while Travis Milligan recorded a pair of singles, Oswalt tripled and drove in a run and both Ashton Bour and Burns singled and drove in a run for H-L.

Tigers rout Redmen

ATTICA — Seneca East got the bats going early and late Wednesday in a 15-5 run-rule of Bucyrus in Northern 10 Athletic Conference action.

The Tigers (7-3, 5-1) scored six runs in the first two innings and then after a scoreless third, tacked on the remaining nine runs.

They tallied 10 hits as winning pitcher Tyler Turek had a double, a single and three RBIs. They also got a pair of singles and two RBIs from Andrew Kalb, a single and two RBIs by Hunter Martin, two singles and an RBI from Jacob Hall, a pair of singles from Turner Bridgford and a double and four runs scored by Rickie Lacy.

Kael Scott and Noah Parker each singled and drove in a run for the Redmen (2-6, 0-4).

Turek went four innings giving up four runs (two earned) on four hits and struck out five. Lucas Kozinski allowed 10 runs on six hits in three innings of work.

Warriors get N10 win

SYCAMORE — After falling behind Carey 2-0 after one inning, it was all Mohawk who won the contest 7-3 in Northern 10 Athletic Conference play.

Mohawk scored three times in the second frame, added three more in the fourth and then tacked on an insurance run in the sixth.

Tyler Hayman and Kurtus Ekleberry both singled and drove in a run for the Warriors (7-1, 4-1), while Landen Snyder doubled and drove in a run and Cole Widmer and Wyatt Swartz each finished with a single and an RBI.

Widmer pitched a complete game, allowing three runs (one earned) on eight hits. He struck out 10 and walked two. Reece Mullholand was the losing pitcher.

Mckain Miller tallied a pair of singles and two RBIs for the Blue Devils (2-8, 0-6). They also got two singles and an RBI from Mullholand and a pair of singles from Ian Yeater. Jordan Dasher singled and scored twice.

Truckers start fast, drop TC

NORWALK — After just one inning, Norwalk had enough runs with a 2-0 lead en route to a 6-1 Sandusky Bay Conference Lake Division win over Columbian.

Both teams had five hits, but TC committed five errors to Norwalk’s three.

Losing pitcher Gabe Reyes and Carson Mellott each lined a pair of singles for Columbian, while Brayden Tucker and Tandon Lemonn both singled.

Reyes went five innings on the mound. He gave up six runs on five hits with three strikeouts. Tucker also pitched a scoreless inning.

Reese shuts out rival Bellevue

BELLEVUE — No matter if Bellevue got guys on base, Clyde’s Grant Reese got out of it with no damage.

The Fliers pitcher tossed a seven-hitter with eight strikeouts in a 3-0 Sandusky Bay Conference Lake Division victory over Bellevue.

He went 6 2/3 innings and walked three.

He also tallied two singles at the plate, while Jonathan Jett doubled and drove in a pair of runs.

Losing pitcher Dalton Hay hit a pair of doubles for the Redmen.

He went all seven innings, giving up three runs on five hits. He fanned three.

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