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Prep Roundup: BGHS baseball sweeps Woodward (4-1-13) PDF Print E-mail
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Monday, 01 April 2013 21:58
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BG's Andy Fisher is congratulated by teammates after scoring against Toledo Woodward. (Photo: Enoch Wu/Sentinel-Tribune)

Bowling Green’s baseball team improved to 4-0 Monday with an 18-0, 15-0 sweep of visiting Toledo Woodward. PHOTO GALLERY
Trey Walker pitched a perfect game for BG in Game 1, and Ricky Riggs pitched a no-hitter in Game 2.
Andrew Herringshaw was 2-for-3 with a double and a run batted in for the Bobcats in Game 1, while Austin Rodesky was 2-for-3 with a home run and three RBI in Game 2.

North Baltimore 10, Otsego 7
In North Baltimore, the Tigers scored the game’s final 10 runs to improve to 2-1.
NB scored twice in the third inning, and four times in the fifth and sixth.
Zach Stewart had three hits and three RBI for NB, while Jacob Frost had two hits, and Ty Trumbull had one hit and two RBI.
Frost was the winning pitcher in relief, allowing no earned runs in three innings.
Jordan Watson earned a save, recording the final three outs after entering the game with runners on first and second.
Hunter Donald homered for Otsego, while Nate Hackworth doubled.

SOFTBALL
Eastwood 4, Fremont St. Joseph 2
In Fremont, Eastwood scored twice in the sixth to break a 2-2 tie in its season-opener.
Diana Bushman, Cassidy Rolf, Emily Helm and Jessica Young each had two hits for Eastwood. Both of Rolf’s hits were doubles, while Young also doubled.
Eastwood’s Whitney Foster pitched a four-hitter, striking out seven.

Archbold 6, Otsego 4
In Archbold, Savannah Schwind singled and doubled for Otsego, and Kylie Asmus singled twice.

Lakota 12, Cory-Rawson 1
In Kansas, Alaina Bickford and Bryan Long-Long Meyer each had three hits for Lakota.
Bickford was 3-for-4 with two RBI and two runs scored, while Long-Meyer was 3-for-3 with a run scored and two RBI.
Lakota’ other leading hitters were: Morgan Gangwer, home run, two RBI; Destiny Long-Meyer, home run; Stephanie Miller, single, two RBI; and Nakia Cooper, triple, RBI.
Gangwer pitched a three-hitter.

Ayersville 13, North Baltimore 3
In Ayersville, Ricci Emahiser singled and tripled for NB in its season-opener.

GIRLS TRACK
Lakota 59, Arcadia 54, Genoa 51
In Kansas, Katie Park won the discus (91-1) and the shot put  (28-1 1/2 ) to help Lakota beat two other teams in its first meet of the season.

BOYS TRACK
Lakota 85, Genoa 54, Arcadia 24
In Kansas, Lakota won 10 events to win a season-opening three-team meet.

BASEBALL
BGHS 18, WOODWARD 0
WOODWARD    000    00    —  0    0    4    
BGHS    (11)70    0X    —18    12    0    
WP — Walker; LP — Gramza.

BGHS 15, WOODWARD 0
WOODWARD    000    00    —  0    0    6    
BGHS    258    00    —15    8    2
WP — Riggs; LP — Woods.

NORTH BALTIMORE 10, OTSEGO 7
OTSEGO    205    000    0—  7    5    0    
NB    002    044    X—10    10    4
WP — Frost; LP — Austin.

SOFTBALL
EASTWOOD 4, FREMONT ST. JOSEPH 2
EASTWOOD    020    002    0—4    10    3    
ST. JOSEPH    002    000    0—2    4    0    
Foster and Rahrig; Reardon and Burns.

LAKOTA 12, CORY-RAWSON 1
CR    000    01    —  1    3    0    
LAKOTA    211    17    —12    12    1    
WP — Gangwer; LP — Unavailable.

AYERSVILLE 13, NORTH BALTIMORE 3
NB    012    000    —  3    3    8    
AYERSVILLE    003    604    —13    9    1
Hernandez and Emahiser; T. Church and J. Church.

ARCHBOLD 6, OTSEGO 4
OTSEGO    000    001    3—4    7    6
ARCHBOLD    100    203    X—6    7    2
WP — Allison; LP — Asmus

GIRLS TRACK
LAKOTA 59, ARCADIA 59, GENOA 51.
Discus — Park (L), 91-1; Shot put — Park (L), 28-1 1/2; High jump — Blausey (G), 4-8; Long jump — Glick (A), 2:37.7; Pole vault — Not contested.
3,200 relay — Genoa, 12:51; 110 hurdles — Kirian (A), 17.62; 100 — Vizi (G), 14.1; 800 relay — Arcadia, 2:01.3; 1,600 — Gose (G), 6:17; 400 relay — Lakota, team of Kiser, Alloway, Reese and Smith, 56.1.
400 — Cruz (A), 78.1; 300 hurdles — Reese (L), 57.1; 800 — Glick (A), 2:37.7; 200 — Smith (L), 30.9; 3,200 — Gose (G), 14.20; 1,600 relay — Arcadia, 4:47.

BOYS TRACK
LAKOTA 85, GENOA 54, ARCADIA 24
Discus — Walkin (A), 119-2; Shot put — Flanagan (L), 40-0; High jump — Fairchild (G), 5-2; Long jump — Steele (L), 16-4 1/2; Pole vault — Not contested.
3,200 relay — Lakota, team of Z. Baker, Vanderbeke, Tolento and Aldrich, 10:04; 110 hurdles — Schnabel, (G), 19.3; 100 — McGown (L), 12.2; 800 relay — Lakota, team of Foos, Steele, Moes and McGown, 1:45.1; 1,600 — L. Baker (L), 5:15; 400 relay — Lakota, team of Steele, Moes, Foos and McGown,49.9.
400 — Metzger (A), 59.8. 300 hurdles — Schnabel (G), 49.0; 800 — Keehar (G), 2:25.3; 200 — McGown (L), 25.8; 3,200 — Z. Baker (L), 12:23; 1,600 relay — Lakota, team Vanderbeke, Mason, Shall and Steiner, 4:20.

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