State-ranked New Riegel edges OF
NEW RIEGEL — Old Fort led 2-0 for five innings Monday. After New Riegel tied the game with a pair of runs in the bottom of the sixth, Old Fort had a few innings to respond, but just couldn’t get it done as New Riegel walked-off a win, 3-2, in Sandusky Bay Conference River Division play.
Kaitlyn Kirian singled in the eighth inning. She stole a base and then came around to score on an error to win the contest for the Blue Jackets (13-3, 6-1), who are ranked No. 6 in the state in Division IV.
Kirian added another single and drove in a run, while Julia Reinhart added a single and an RBI for the Blue Jackets.
Laini Gillet doubled, singled and drove in a run for the Stockaders (5-8, 4-4).
Kayleigh Lininger settled in after the first inning as she gave up one earned run on four hits in eight innings of work. She struck out eight and walked four. Savannah McCoy suffered the loss, allowing three runs on five hits with four strikeouts in 7 1/3 innings.
Rams notch 9th N10 win
ATTICA — Upper Sandusky got off to a good start with a 6-1 lead through four innings Monday.
Seneca East pulled to within 6-5 after five, but the Rams held off the Tigers for a 7-5 Northern 10 Athletic Conference win.
Alivia Oney had her mark all over the win as she pitched all seven innings and tallied three hits at the plate for the Rams (12-5, 9-1). She doubled twice, singled and drove in four runs. Jenna Rodriguez added a home run, a single and two RBIs.
Jillian Allgyre homered, hit three singles and drove in four runs for the Tigers (7-8, 4-7). Jessica Bowerman and Taylor Enders doubled and Mallory Beamer and Bailey Hamilton both had a pair of hits.
Oney gave up five runs on 10 hits with 11 strikeouts. Hanah Bisignano took the loss.
Borer, Senecas shut out Raiders
Calvert’s Caitlyn Borer allowed just two hits in a 2-0 Sandusky Bay Conference River Division win over Lakota.
Borer walked seven and struck out five in a complete-game shutout. Her counterpart, Marissa Claburn wasn’t too shabby either, allowing a pair of runs on five hits in six frames. She struck out nine.
However, the Senecas scored a pair of runs in the bottom of the second, which proved to be enough.
Freshman Kate Rombach hit two singles and drove in both runs for the Senecas, while Bria Coleman and Erin Wagner each lined a double.
Leann Craun doubled and Amber Eubank singled for the two hits for the Raiders.
H-L comes back to beat McComb
BASCOM — Down 11-9 entering the bottom of the ninth, McComb had a solid win almost wrapped up.
However, Hopewell-Loudon wasn’t about to let it happen, plating three runs and taking the game 12-11 in Blanchard Valley Conference play.
H-L out-hit McComb 18-7 as Kenzie Coleman hit two doubles, a single and drove in a run. H-L also got three singles and an RBI from Chloe Malagon, a double, two singles and three RBIs by Chelsey Depinet, a double, a single and two RBIs from winning pitcher Macey Malagon, two singles and two RBIs from Brook Breidenbach, a double, a single and an RBI from Abbe Beidelschies and two singles and an RBI apiece from Olivia Zender and Zoe Kent.
Macey Malagon went all seven innings, giving up 11 runs on seven hits. She fanned seven and walked three.
Mohawk out-slugs Wynford
SYCAMORE — Both teams had six-run fourth innings Monday, but Mohawk scored more consistently than Wynford in a 13-10 Northern 10 Athletic Conference slugfest.
The Warriors plated two runs in the opening inning, added a single run in the third and four in the fifth.
Aubrie Harper homered and tripled (2 RBIs, 4 runs) for the Warriors (9-4, 5-4), while Tess Weinandy chipped in a home run, two singles and two RBIs, MaKenna Hurley doubled, singled and drove in four runs, Madi Chester doubled and singled twice, Marah Gillig git a pair of singles and drove in a run and Paityn Clouse doubled and drove in a run. Victoria Phillips singled and drove in a run.
Alli Scott had five RBIs for the Royals (4-11, 4-7).
Clouse was the winning pitcher, allowing six runs on five hits in four innings. Hannah Messmer was the losing pitcher, allowing 13 runs on 15 hits in six frames.
Elmwood shuts down Redmen
BLOOMDALE — Elmwood pitcher Maddison Lyons limited Fostoria to just two hits, and the Royals crushed Fostoria, 14-1 Monday.
Maddie Zender propelled Elmwood’s offense with three hits, including a double. Her teammate, Jordan Babcock, had a single and a double, while Chy Cluck, Makenna Bensheter and Kayla Minich had two singles each.
Kyhra Baeder singled in Kyah Talley with Fostoria’s only run. Talley doubled.
Kaybriauna Kleinmark took the loss in the circle. The Redmen slipped to 3-7, 1-4 in the Northern Buckeye Conference.