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Prep Roundup: Elmwood softball tops Perrysburg (04-10-14) PDF Print E-mail
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Thursday, 10 April 2014 09:08
Perrysburg's Madison Gerding (left) attempts to tag out Elmwood's Olivia Myers as she slides into third base during their game Wednesday afternoon. (Photo: Shane Hughes/Sentinel-Tribune)
Elmwood's softball team had 15 hits Wednesday on the way to 16-3 five-inning win over visiting Perrysburg.
The Royals' leading hitters were: Miranda Benschoter, 3-for-3, RBI, double; Olivia Myers, 2-for-4, RBI; Rebecca Harvey, 2-for-2, four RBI; Madison Arnold, 2-for-3, two RBI; and Jasmine Marsh, 2-for-3, triple, four RBI.
Madison Gerding doubled and homered for Perrysburg, and Tori Ziegler singled twice. PHOTO GALLERY

Rossford's Longeway pitches no-hitter
In Rossford, the Bulldogs' Mandi Longeway pitched a five-inning no-hitter in a 12-0 win over Swanton.
She struck out seven and walking none.
The Bulldogs' leading hitters were: Kirsten Keller, 2-for-2, two RBI; Lyndsey Skala, 2-for-3; Margo Jackson, 2-for-3, triple; Kelly Swope, 1-for-2, double, three RBI; Jessica Kulczak, 1-for-2, double; Hannah Gauthier, 2-for-2, RBI; and Maddie York, 1-for-2, three RBI.
Last Updated on Thursday, 10 April 2014 10:28
Prep Roundup: Eastwood boys, girls win twice (04-09-14) PDF Print E-mail
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Wednesday, 09 April 2014 08:03
Eastwood's Jenna Selhorst competes in the high jump at Otsego High School. (Photos: Enoch Wu/Sentinel-Tribune)
Eastwood's boys and girls track teams both won twice Tuesday in a Northern Buckeye Conference meet at Otsego.
In the boys meet, Eastwood was an 88-49 winner over Otsego and an 85-47 winner over Lake.
Otsego beat Lake, 76-61.
In the girls meet, Eastwood was a 110-26 winner over Otsego and an 83-44 winner over Lake.
Lake beat Otsego, 83-49.

Elmwood 67, Fostoria 56
Elmwood 92, Rossford 39
In Rossford, Elmwood swept an NBC meet.
Eastwood boys win L-B Relays (4-4-14) PDF Print E-mail
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Friday, 04 April 2014 23:53
FINDLAY — Eastwood’s boys won the Liberty-Benton NWGS Relays Friday and Bowling Green was second.
Eastwood’s girls were second.

Eastwood finished with 116 points in the eight-team field. Bowling Green was second with 76 points and Elmwood was fifth with 35 points.
The Eagles won the 6,400 relay; 400 shuttle hurdle relay; distance medley relay; 3,200 relay; freshman 800 sprint medley; 400 relay for throwers; the 1,600 relay; the high jump relay, team of Steven Bradley (5-10), Jake Hoodlebrink (5-8) and Jon Bowlus (5.6); and long jump relay, team of Devin Snowden (21-5), Hoodlebrink (21- 1/2 ); and Brennan Seifert (20-0).
Bowling Green’s Nick Lane (149-5), Jake Shultz (134-5), and Nathan Tembo (108-8) combined to win the discus relay.

Liberty-Benton won the eight-team girls meet with 99 points as Eastwood was a close second with 97 points. Bowling Green was third with 81 points and Elmwood was fifth with 30 points.
Eastwood won the 400 shuttle relay; 400 relay for throwers; 3,200 relay; and shot put relay, team of Emily Hayward (34-1), Aubrey Peters (31-1) and Alicia Bratton (27-10).
BG’s Maria Horrigan was the individual winner in the long jump (16-5 3/4 ).
Last Updated on Friday, 04 April 2014 23:55
Prep Roundup: BG softball sweeps Lake PDF Print E-mail
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Monday, 07 April 2014 08:42
Lake's Summer Woodruff (right) tags out BG's Anna Szabo (4) on her way to third base. during their game Saturday. (Photo: Kristen Norman/Sentinel-Tribune)
Bowling Green's Hanna Williford pitched a two-hitter in the first game and the Bobcats scored a run in the bottom of the seventh inning of the second game for a 2-0, 10-9 softball sweep of Lake.
Williford struck out seven and walked none in the six-inning first game.
Williford also singled and doubled, while BG's Anna Szabo singled twice,
Lake's Megan Williams and Sumer Woodruff both singled. PHOTO GALLERY
In Game 2, Williford scored the winning run on a passed ball with two out.
Williford singled with one out, and stole second and third. After a popup for the second out, she came home on the passed ball.
Lake had scored twice in the top of the seventh to tie the game 9-9.
Williford was the winning pitcher in relief, allowing two runs (both unearned) on three hits with five strikeouts.
Szabo singled and tripled, while Kelsey Parker doubled, and tripled, and Reagan Morman singled twice.
Williams and Jordan Jacob singled and doubled for Lake.
Last Updated on Monday, 07 April 2014 13:07
Goals remain the same for Eastwood softball (04-04-14) PDF Print E-mail
Written by KEVIN GORDON Sentinel Assistant Sports Editor   
Friday, 04 April 2014 09:52
Eastwood’s Mackenzie Albright makes contact during the district tournament last year. (Photo: Enoch Wu/Sentinel-Tribune)
LUCKEY - Eastwood's softball team has plenty of new faces this season.
But the Eagles aren't planning on rebuilding.
Instead, their goals remain the same - win the Northern Buckeye Conference championship and go as far as they can in the state tournament.
Last season, Eastwood finished 29-4 overall, advanced to the Division III state semifinals and finished second in the NBC with an 11-3 record.
The Eagles return seven letterwinners, including three of their starting infielders and their starting catcher.
They earned a regional championship last season with an 11-6 victory over Magnolia Sandy Valley. But Eastwood, ranked sixth in the final state coaches poll, lost 11-1 in five innings to top-ranked Bloom-Carroll in the state semifinals.
Bloom-Carroll went onto win the state championship.
The Eagles moved up to Division II this season.
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