Prep Roundup: NB softball records nonleague split (4-8-13) PDF Print E-mail
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Monday, 08 April 2013 09:23
North Baltimore's Megan Wright (left) reaches out to tag Liberty Benton's Hailey Fuller during their game Saturday afternoon. (Photo: Shane Hughes/Sentinel-Tribune)
North Baltimore's softball team scored five runs in the fifth and three in the sixth for an 11-10 victory over Liberty-Benton in the first game of their nonleague doubleheader. SEE MORE PHOTOS
L-B earned a split with an 8-0 win in Game 2.
In the first game, NB's Hanna Brian and Jasmine Bretz each had three singles, and Ricci Emahiser added two singles, a double and a run batted in.
In the second game, NB's Haleigh Fleck singled twice.
NB is 3-2, while L-B is 1-4.

St. Ursula 3, BGHS 1
St. Ursula scored twice in the third to break a 1-1 tie.
Kristi Eikenbery doubled for BG, while Emily Side had a single and an RBI.

Lakota 9, Cardinal Stritch 5
Cardinal Stritch 8, Lakota 2
In Oregon, Lakota split a nonleague doubleheader.
In the first game, Lakota's Morgan Gangwer was 3-for-4 with two runs and five RBI and Audrey Bickford was 3-for-4 with three RBI.
Lakota's other leading hitters were: Stephanie Miller, 1-for-3, two runs; and Nikkia Cooper, 2-for-3, two runs, RBI.
In the second game, four different Raiders had hits, including Alaina Bickford, who also scored a run; and Bryan Long-Meyer, who also had an RBI.

Lake 9, Northwood 2
Lake 30, Northwood 9
In Northwood, Lake swept the Rangers in a non-league doubleheader.
Lake's leading hitters in the opener were: Jessica Densic, 2-for-3; Kayla Encalado, 3-for-4, triple; Jordan Jacob, double, RBI; and Ana Henneman, solo home run.
Northwood's leading hitters were: Alyson Seibert, 3-for-3; and Cortney Georgeson, 2-for-3, RBI.
In the second game, Lake scored 11 runs in both the first and the fourth innings.
The Flyers' leading hitters were: Encalado, 5-for-5, two doubles, triple, seven RBl; Allie Kontak, 2-for-3, two RBI; Sumer Woodruff, 3-for-3, two-run home run; and Sara Dabney, 2-for-2, RBI.
Emily Murphy was 4-for-4 with two doubles and two RBI for the Rangers.

Big Walnut 6, Otsego 3
Otsego 7, Fairbanks 5
Otsego split a weekend doubleheader.
In the Big Walnut game, four different Knights each hit a single.
In the win over Fairbanks, Emily Carson hit a triple and Paige Ireland hit two singles.
Eastwood 5, Huron 4,
Eastwood 12, Huron 3
In Huron, Eastwood improved to 5-0 with a sweep.
In the first game, the Eagles trailed 4-0, but started their comeback with a solo home run from Anna Rahrig in the sixth inning.
In the seventh inning with two out and no one on, Eastwood hit five straight singles to score three runs and tie the game. MacKenzie Albright led off the top of the eighth inning with a home run to provide the game-winning run.
Albright, Emily Helm, Diana Bushman and Rahrig were each 2-for-4 with Rahrig driving in two runs. Whitney Foster struck out 10 for the Eagles.
In the second game, Rahrig and Albright were both 3-for-3 while Helm was 2-for-3 and Ally Gabel was 2-for-4. Bushman, Gabel and Helm each hit a double.  

Rossford 37, Waite 1
Rossford 31, Waite 0
In Toledo, Heather Schaller pitched a no-hitter in Game 2. She struck out eight and walked two.
Rossford's leading hitters were: L. Skala 3-for-5, four runs, two RBI; M. York, 4-for-6, five runs, two RBI; M. Jackson, 3-for-6, five runs, five RBI; J. Kulczak, 3-for-5, four runs, three RBI; K. Keller, 2-for-6, three runs; M. Longeway, 3-for-5, three runs, two RBI; and C. Verbosky, 4-for-4, two runs, two RBI; and H. Gauthier, 4-for-6, two runs, two RBI.
York, Jackson and Keller all hit home runs.
In Game 1, Rossford's leading hitters were Skala, 2-for-3, five runs, two RBI; York, 4-for-5, four runs, three RBI; Jackson, 2-for-6, three runs, four RBI; J. Kulczak, 1-for-3, three runs, five RBI; N. Beyer, 2-for-2, one run, one RBI; Keller, 3-for-4, four runs, four RBI; Longeway, 2-for-3, four runs, six RBI; M. Leahy, 1-for-3, three runs, RBI; and Verbosky, 2-for-3, three runs, two RBI.
Kluczak and Leahy hit home runs, while Jackson hit a triple and Beyer had a double.

Perrysburg 14, R. Adams 5
R. Adams 11, Perrysburg 10
In Adrian, Mich., Perrysburg is 3-1 after splitting a nonleague doubleheader with Rochester Adams (1-1).
In the first game, Perrysburg's Nick Adams was 4-for-5 with two doubles, two runs and five runs batted in.
Perrysburg's other leading hitters were: Steve Slocum, 2-for-5, RBI; Austin Lee, 1-for-2, two runs; Mark Delas, 2-for-5, two runs; A.J. Stockwell, 3-for-4, four runs, triple; Kyle Durham, 1-for-2, run, RBI; and Bennett Westfall, 1-for-1, RBI.
In the second game, Slocum was 3-for-5 three runs and two RBI; Lee was 2-for-2 with two runs and an RBI; and Gus Dimmerling was 2-for-3 with two runs.
Perrysburg's other leading hitters were: Stockwell, 1-for-2, run RBI, double; and Seth Durham, 1-for-3, two RBI.
Adams' head coach is Jeff Hall, the son of Perrysburg head coach Dave Hall.
Adams is 1-1.

Defiance 1, Eastwood 0
Eastwood 3, Napoleon 2
In Defiance, Eastwood split two nonleague games.
Against Napoleon, Eastwood's Peters was 1-for-2 with two RBI.

Northwood 11,
Liberty Center 3
In Liberty Center, Northwood scored four times in the first inning and went on to post an 11-3 nonleague win.
Jacob Davenport was 2-for-3 with a double and two RBI for the Rangers.

Eastwood boys finish first
Body: By Sentinel Sports Staff
Eastwood finished with 125 points Friday to win the eight-team Liberty-Benton Relays in Findlay.
Elmwood was fourth with 48 1/2 and Bowling Green was fifth with 44.
The Eagles won the 6,400 relay, 20.09; 400 shuttle hurdle relay, 1:01.3; 400 relay, 44.2; 3,200 relay, 8:41.1; 800 sprint medley freshman relay, 1:48; 800 relay, 1:36.4; 400 relay for throwers, 50.8; 1,600 relay; high jump relay (Derek Snowden, Jake Hoodlebrink, Steven Bradley), 18-0; long jump relay (Devin Snowden, Hoodlebrink, Derek Snowden), 62-5;
In the high jump, Derek Snowden and Hoodlebrink both cleared 6-2 for the Eagles and in the long jump, Devin Snowden was the top individual going 21-4 1/2.
Elmwood's top finishers were: Alex Jasso, Aaron Arnold, Amdrew Jasso and Loren Strausbaugh, second in the distance medley and second in the 1,600 relay; Michael Meeker, Sebastian Baker and Justin Krouse second in the shot put relay.
BG's top finishers were the 400 shuttle hurdle relay; 800 sprint medley relay team; and the pole vault relay team, all takings thirds.

Otsego's Avers wins twice
In Kansas, Otsego's Brandon Avers won the 1,600 and the 3,200 at the Lakota Invitational.
Avers won the 1,600 in 4:50.22 and the 3,200 in 10:47.35.
Otsego also won the pole vault where Cole Gorski cleared 14-3. Rossford's Nathan Childress won the shot put with a distance of 49-1.
Otsego finished third in the 12-team meet with 103 points.
Also from Wood County, Rossford was eighth with 34, Lakota was 10th with 23.5 and Northwood was 12th with 20.

Eastwood second
at Liberty-Benton
In Findlay, Eastwood finished second with 96 points in the eight-team meet. Liberty-Benton was the winner with 113 points.
Bowling Green was fourth with 63 points and Elmwood was eighth with 16 points.
The Eagles won the 1,600 relay, 4:23.20; pole vault relay (Elise Wolff, Liz Hirzel, Sabree Durbin), 24-6; long jump relay (Aricka LaVoy, Hannah Firsdon, Bri Hoodlebrink), 45-1 1/2; and discus relay (Brittany Brittian, Stephanie Dippman, Emily Hayward), 283-6.
LaVoy was the individual winner in the long jump with a 16-1 effort.
Bowling Green won the 800 relay (1:52.0). BG's Maria Horrigan was the individual winner in the pole vault, clearing 10-6.
Elmwood's top finish was a fourth in the 400 relay.

Lakota's Reese wins
In Kansas, Lakota's Cariss Reese won the pole vault with a height of 9-0 at the Lakota Invitational.
Otsego was eighth in the 13-team meet with 43.5 points, Lakota was ninth 41, Rossford was 10th with 25 and Northwood was 13th with 11.
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