Prep Roundup: BG tennis defeats Napoleon (04-26-13) PDF Print E-mail
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Friday, 26 April 2013 10:02
Bowling Green's Austin Ezzone hits the ball during a doubles match against Napoleon Thursday afternoon. (Photo: Shane Hughes/Sentinel-Tribune)
The Bowling Green Bobcat tennis team beat Napoleon, 4-1 in a Northern Lakes League match Thursday.
BG's Pablo Mateo, Ryan Motsinger and Garrett Hammer won their singles flights in straight sets. BG's No. 1 doubles team of Justin Overhulse and Austin Ezzone also won.

NB 17, Hardin Northern 2,
5 innings
In Dola, North Baltimore's Jacob Frost and Dalton Ishmael each hit a single and a three-run homer in the five-inning nonleague win.
Other top hitters for NB were: Zach Stewart, two singles; winning pitcher Jordan Watson, double, single; Brock Boyer, two RBI; Garrett Boyer, double, two RBI; and Jacob Pelton, RBI.
The Tigers are 6-7 overall.

Maumee 12, BGHS 1, 6 innings
Maumee had 13 hits and scored 12 runs to post the NLL victory.
Top hitters for Bowling Green were: Emily Sidle, two triples; and Lily Murnen, two singles.

North Baltimore 5,
Hardin Northern 1
In Dola, North Baltimore improved to 8-5 overall with a nonleague win over Hardin Northern.
Top hitters for NB were: Ricci Emahiser, 2-for-4, double, three RBI; Kelsey Gazarek, double; and Jasmine Bretz, RBI.

Junior high results
Eastwood won the Whitmer Panther Relays on Thursday with 100 points. Perrysburg boys were third with 52 points.
Eastwood's winners were: shot put relay, Dylan Blair, Austin Meece, Tyler Tudor, 108-8 1/2; discus relay, Blair, Meece, Tudor, 291-6; high jump relay, Ryan Reiter, Cameron Niswander, Rudy Cruz, 14-1; shuttle hurdles relay, Logan Baugher, Cade Boos, Antonio Salinas, Jacob Montag, no time reported; sprint medley, Boos, Salinas, Reiter, Baugher, 1:51.2; 1,600 relay, Boos, Reiter, Salinas, Issac Emahiser, 4:05.2.
Perrysburg's Xiao, Romp, Awad, and Beach won the 800 relay in 1:47.0,
Eastwood was fifth with 41 points and Perrysburg was sixth with 33 points at the Whitmer Panther Relays.
Eastwood did not win an event.
Perrysburg's Petrie, Llewellyn, Masell, and Laney won the 3,200 relay in 11:09.7.

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