Tigers get a run in seventh, edge Eagles

ATTICA — Seneca East beat Colonel Crawford 4-3 Tuesday.

But the Tigers had to work for it in the late innings.

Seneca East hadn’t managed much of anything through five innings against Northern 10 Athletic Conference rival Colonel Crawford.

Going to the bottom of the sixth, the Tigers were facing a 2-0 deficit.

But things quickly turned.

Lauren Bogner opened the inning with a walk, and then Jess Bowerman doubled her to third.

A single by Mallory Beamer cut the lead in half. Then Bowerman scored on a wild pitch and Jillian Allgyre hit a sacrifice fly.

And the Tigers were up 3-2, three outs away from a conference win.

But the Eagles answered, scoring a run in the top of the seventh off Seneca East hurler Hanah Bisignano.

The game was tied.

Bisignano then did her part in the bottom of the seventh to make sure it didn’t stay that way. She ripped a double to lead off the inning. A courtesy runner was used and moved to third on a wild pitch, then scored the winning run when Katrina Kagy hit a fielder’s choice.

Bisignano threw a complete seven innings, getting the win. She struck out four and hit a batter. She walked one.

SE improved to 7-5, 4-4 in the N10.

Hitchcock fans 19

in Eagles win

PEMBERVILLE — It was evident why Eastwood’s Ashly Hitchcock is on her way to pitch at Rutgers.

She struck out 19 Columbian hitters in an 8-4 victory for the state-ranked Eagles.

Columbian did get to her for four runs on four hits, including an Addie Morlock home run, but it wasn’t enough. She also didn’t allow a walk in seven innings.

Carly Schafer tripled for the Tornadoes (6-5).

Abby Chapman took the loss, giving up five runs (one earned) on three hits.

Lininger twirls 2-hitter

NEW RIEGEL — New Riegel got things going at the plate and in the circle Tuesday in a 7-0 shutout of Arlington.

Kayleigh Lininger scattered just two hits in a complete-game victory for the Blue Jackets. She struck out eight and walked four. Amelia Durliat took the loss for the Red Devils, giving up four runs on three hits.

The Blue Jackets scored four runs in the bottom of the first, added two runs in the fourth and another single run of insurance in the sixth.

Kristin Coleman homered, doubled and drove in a run for New Riegel, while Jordan Hohman doubled, singled twice and drove in a pair of runs and Marianna Tiell and Lininger both drove in a run. Aubrey Bouillon added a double.

Big 7th inning

lifts Raiders

ARCADIA — With the game tied at 4 entering the seventh inning, Lakota plated six runs in the top of the frame to get a 10-7 win over Arcadia in non-league play.

The teams combined for five home runs in the game with three coming from Lakota’s Marissa Claburn, Emylee Herr and Mekenzie Rathburn.

Claburn drove in three runs, while Herr also singled and drove in a pair of runs, Racquelle Kirian added a double, a single and an RBI and Lauren Bennett singled twice. Leanne Craun finished with a pair of singles.

Lyndee Ward and Johnna Snow hit home runs for the Redskins.

Maddie Bowling got the win in the circle in four innings of relief. She gave up five runs on seven hits. Tori Golden took the loss, giving up five runs (one earned) on four hits in one inning.

Fast start paces Redmen

MILLBURY — Fostoria got the bats going early jumping out to a 7-0 lead over Lake Tuesday en route to an 8-2 Northern Buckeye Conference win.

Kyhra Baeder went 4 for 4 for the Redmen with two singles, a triple and a double. Jennaleigh McCumber and Kaybriauna Kleinmark each added a pair of singles.

Kenzie Jackson tripled and singled for the Flyers, while Teri Miller and Tatum Miller each singled twice.

Kleinmark was the winning pitcher, while Mackenzie Mickens suffered the loss.