Prep Roundup: BGHS baseball downs Otsego (4-6-13) PDF Print E-mail
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Saturday, 06 April 2013 02:05
In Tontogany, Bowling Green’s baseball team erupted for 15 hits in a 15-3 nonleague victory over Otsego.
Nolan Dill struck out six and earned the win for the Bobcats (6-0).
BG’s top hitters were: Andrew Herringshaw, 2-for-3 with a home run and three RBI; Andrew Fisher, 3-for-4 with a double and three runs scored; and Ricky Riggs had a single, double, four RBI.
Nate Hackworth was 3-for-4 for Otsego with a double. The Knights had eight hits.
On Monday, BG players will wear vintage uniforms for the matchup against Findlay.

Elmwood 4, Van Buren 3
In Jerry City, Elmwood scored four times in the first inning Friday to defeat Van Buren in a nonleague game. The Royals are 3-1.
Zach Foster was 2-for-3 with two RBI and Jacob Firsdon hit a two-RBI single for the Royals.
Nolan Kerr collected the win and Michael Langlass earned the save.

Lakota 11, Cory-Rawson 1,
5 innings
In Kansas, Lakota pounded out 11 hits Friday in a nonleague victory over Cory-Rawson.
Tiger Jaso threw a four-hitter, with nine strikeouts and two walks. He was 2-for-4 with a single, double and two stolen bases.
Other top hitters for Lakota were: Nathan Ray, two singles, RBI; Jordan Jaso, single, double, three RBI; Jack Raymond, two singles, RBI; and Austin Payne, double.

Northwood 6, Canton Revere 2
Justin Rohrs led the Rangers at the plate and on the mound Friday in a nonleague victory over Canton Revere.
Rohrs gave up five hits and was 1-for-3 with a double and two RBI.

Bowling Green 6, Defiance 3
A five-run second inning propelled BG’s softball team to a nonleague win over Defiance on Friday.
Hanna Williford earned the win and also hit a double. Reagan Morman had a single, triple and three RBI.

Wauseon 7, Rossford 6, 9 innings
Rossford battled Wauseon to extra innings, but was unable to come away with the win on Friday. The Bulldogs dropped to 3-2.
Mandi Longeway was 2-for-3 and Kelly Swope was 2-for-4 with two RBI, including the game-tying RBI in the bottom of the seventh inning.

Elmwood 10, Van Buren 0, 5 innings
In Jerry City, Elmwood dominated Van Buren at the plate en route to a nonleague victory. The Royals out-hit the Knights 11-2.
Miranda Benschoter fanned 10 and allowed only two hits for Elmwood.
Top hitters for Elmwood were: Katie Botesch, double, triple, four RBI; Rebecca Harvey, single, triple, RBI; Brittany George, double, two RBI; Brandie Vargas, two singles; and Chelsie Schmitz, double.

Lakota 11, Northwood 3
In Kansas, Lakota’s Stephanie Miller hit a home run to help the Raiders down Northwood in the nonleague game.
Miller finished with two hits and two RBI. Carlee Conrad had two hits including a triple and an RBI; Alaina Beckford hit a triple and had two RBI; and Khilee Blatz hit a triple.
Alyson Seibert hit two singles for Northwood.

BGHS 15, Otsego 3
BG    234    002      4—15    15    1
OTSEGO    002    000    1—3    8    4    
WP — Dill. LP — Donald.

Elmwood 4, Van Buren 3
VAN BUREN    101    010    00    —3    7    3
ELMWOOD    400    000    0X    —4    5    2
Adolph, Jacobs (5) and Sonnenberg; Kerr, Langlass (6) and Firsdon.

LAKOTA 11, Cory-Rawson 1, 5 innings
CORY-RAWSON     100    00    —1    4    0
LAKOTA    270    02    —11    11    0
WP — T. Jaso

000    010    1    —2    5    0
NORTHWOOD    320    001    X    —6    6    1
WP — Rohrs; LP  —Fazzio.

BGHS 6, Defiance 3
BRYAN    101    010    0    —3    7    2
BGHS    050    100    X    —6    8    1
Burnett and Gallant; Williford and Addy.

WAUSEON 7, ROSSFORD 5, 9 innings
WAUSEON    000    200     203—7    14    5
ROSSFORD    000      000  401    —5    6    4
Norman and Mynhier; Longeway and Jackson.

ELMWOOD 10, VAN BUREN 0, 5 innings
VAN BUREN    000    00    —0    2    2
ELMWOOD    302    32    —10    11    0
Miller and Neall; Benschoter and Hillard.

NORTHWOOD    102    000    0—3    6    2
LAKOTA    003    404     X—11    9    2
WP — Gangwer.
Last Updated on Saturday, 06 April 2013 02:06

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