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Prep Roundup: Otsego baseball improves to 10-0 in NBC (5-10-13) PDF Print E-mail
Written by Sentinel Sports Staff   
Saturday, 11 May 2013 02:18
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Otsego's Collin Austin pitches during the game against Elmwood. (Photo: Shane Hughes/Sentinel-Tribune)
Otsego’s baseball team moved closer to a Northern Buckeye Conference championship Friday.
The Knights posted a 13-7 win over visiting Elmwood to remain undefeated in the NBC.
Otsego is 10-0 in the conference, good for a three-game lead over Eastwood with four games remaining.
Eastwood  dropped a 3-2 decision at Genoa to fall to 7-3 in the NBC.
Against Elmwood, Otsego scored the game’s final seven runs to erase a 7-6 deficit.
The Knights scored twice in the bottom of the third for an 8-7 lead. They added four runs in the fourth and a single run in the fifth.
Nate Hackworth was 4-for-5 with two runs and two runs batted in for Otsego, which totaled 16 hits.
Otsego’s other leading hitters were: Collin Austin, 2-for-5, double, run, RBI; Ryan Smoyer, 1-for-4, run; Hunter Donald, 2-for-3, two doubles, two runs, RBI; Drake Johnson, 2-for-4, run, three RBI; Zac Gregory, 2-for-4, run, RBI; Deven Vollmar, 1-for-1, double, run; Drew Baus, 1-for-1, RBI; and Josh Williams, 1-for-3, home run, three RBI.
Austin pitched four scoreless innings of relief, allowing three hits with three strikeouts and no walks.
Elmwood’s leading hitters were: Zach Foster, 2-for-4, RBI; Zach Irick, 2-for-3, run; Jacob Wise, 1-for-4, double, two runs, three RBI; Phillip Buckingham, 2-for-4, double, run, three RBI; and Dylan  Hall, 1-for-4, double, RBI.
The Royals are 10-10, 5-5.
Genoa 3, Eastwood 2
In Genoa, the Comets scored a run in the seventh to beat Eastwood.
Skylar Dierker was 2-for-3 for Eastwood (14-6).

Wauseon 6, Perrysburg 5
In Perrysburg, the Yellow Jackets had six errors to lose a battle of state-ranked teams.
Perrysburg (19-2) is fourth in Division I, while Wauseon is seventh in Division II.
Wauseon took a 2-0 lead in the top of the first, but Perrysburg scored its first run in the second.
Both teams scored four times in the sixth.
Perrysburg’s leading hitters were: Steve Slocum, 1-for-3, double, run; Mark Delas, 1-for-3, run, two RBI; Nick Munger, 1-for-2, double, two RBI; Gus Dimmerling, 1-for-3, RBI; and Seth Durham, 1-for-3, run.

Woodmore 5, Lake 2
In Millbury, Woodmore scored all of its runs in the top of the first for an NBC win.
Lake also scored its runs in the first.
Jayce Vancena was 1-for-3 with an RBI for Lake, and Brad Ackerman doubled.
Lake is 11-9, 5-4.

SOFTBALL
Eastwood 9, Genoa 1
In Genoa, Eastwood had 14 hits and never trailed to improve to 21-2 overall and 8-2 in the NBC.
Eastwood’s leading hitters were: Ally Gabel, 3-for-4, double, triple, two RBI; Diana Bushman, 3-for-4, double; Cassidy Rolf, 2-for-4, double, two RBI; and Krista Jennings, two RBI.

Lake 9, Woodmore 4
In Woodmore, Allie Kontak was 4-for-5 with a double and an RBI to help Lake improve to 12-10 overall and 5-4 in the NBC.
Lake took a 4-0 lead in the top of the second, and added a single run in the third, and two-run rallies in the fourth and seventh.

BGHS 12,
Toledo Bowsher  1,
5 innings
Bowling Green scored 10 times in the first to post a nonleague win.
Five different players singled for BG,

Southview 7,
Perrysburg 4
In Perrysburg, Southview totaled 16 hits and never trailed en route to a Northern Lakes League win.
Taylor Tafelski was 2-for-4 for Perrysburg, while Kelsey Moore was 2-for-3, and Katie Dunphy was 1-for-3 with a triple and two runs.
Perrysburg is 9-12 overall and 4-6 in the NLL.

Junior high results
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GRADE TRACK
Bowling Green’s boys and girls both finished fifth in the Rossford Relays.
BG’s boys won two events as Grant Cramer, Sam Steffen, Blake Powers, and Brian Dible won the 400 relay; and Zac Applegate, Steffen, Powers, and  Dible won the 800 relay.

BASEBALL
WAUSEON 6, PERRYSBURG 5
WAUSEON    200    004    0—6    8    0
PERRYSBURG    010    004    0—5    5    6
Trejo, Suntken (6) and Kauffman; Westfall, Borger (6) and Delas.

OTSEGO 13, ELMWOOD 7
ELMWOOD    403    000    0—  7    9    1
OTSEGO    422    410    X—13    16    1
WP—Austin; LP—Kerr.

GENOA 3, EASTWOOD 2
EASTWOOD    001    100    0—2    7    2
GENOA    011    000    1—3    6    1
WP—Rightnowar; LP— Drown.

WOODMORE 5, LAKE 2
WOODMORE    500    000    0—5    5    1
LAKE    200    000    0—2    5    2
Gruelich and Munoz; Ackerman, Blank (1) and Walsh.

SOFTBALL
ELMWOOD 8, OTSEGO 4
ELMWOOD    130    400    0—8    9    1
OTSEGO    110    020    0—4    9    3
BATTING LEADERS
HITS — (E) Yarnell 3, Bottesch 2, B. George, Arnold, Harvey, Benschoter; (O) Asmus 3, Bowen 2, Schwind, Wright, Carson, Thomas; 2B — (E) B. George, Bottesch, Harvey; (O) Asmus, Schwind, Bowen; HR — (O) Asmus. RUNS — (E) George 3, Yarnell 2, Bottesch, Benschoter, L. George; (O)  Asmus 2, Schwind, Norman; RBI — (E) O. Myers 2, B. George, Bottesch, Arnold, Harvey, Yarnell; (O) Asmus 2, Bowen; SB — (E) B. George, Bottesch, Arnold, Harvey, Benschoter; SAC — (O) Schwind; SAC FLY — (E) Myers 2, Harvey;  HBP — (O) Norman (by Benschoter). LOB — Elmwood, 11, Otsego, 10.

PITCHING SUMMARY
IP    H    R    ER    BB    SO
ELMWOOD
Benschoter (WP)    7    9    4    3    3    11

OTSEGO
Asmus (LP)    7    9    8    7    9    7

EASTWOOD 9, GENOA 1
EASTWOOD    102    222    0—9    14    3
HOME    001    000    0—1    8    4
Foster and Rahrig; Thiesen and Harmyer.

LAKE 9, WOODMORE 4
LAKE    041    200    2—9    8    1
WOODMORE    020    020    0—4    8    1
WP—Materni; LP—Paul.

BGHS 12, TOLEDO BOWSHER 1,
5 innings
BOWSHER    010    00    —  1    3    5
BGHS    (10)11    0X    —12    5    3
Turnbough, McKinney (2) and Wymer; Smith and Addy.

SOUTHVIEW 7, PERRYSBURG 4
SOUTHVIEW    201    003    0—7    16    0
PERRYSBURG    110    010    4—4    7    3
WP—Klepzig; LP—Jurski.
Last Updated on Saturday, 11 May 2013 08:17
 

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