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Prep Roundup: Perrysburg baseball drops first NLL game PDF Print E-mail
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Saturday, 18 May 2013 01:14
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Perrysburg's Steve Slocum makes contact against Anthony Wayne. (Photo: Enoch Wu/Sentinel-Tribune)
Perrysburg’s baseball team dropped its first Northern Lakes League game of the season Friday night.
Anthony Wayne defeated Perrysburg 3-2 at Leyland Family Field, dropping the Yellow Jackets to 11-1 in the NLL, a half-game back of the Generals, who are 12-1 in the league.

BASEBALL
Anthony Wayne 3, Perrysburg 2  PHOTO GALLERY
In Perrysburg, the sixth-ranked Yellow Jackets fell to 23-3 overall after Anthony Wayne scored twice in the fifth and once in the sixth to overcome a 2-0 Perrysburg lead.
Each team scattered six hits while Perrysburg’s Mark Delas pitched a complete game, allowing just one earned run as the ’Jackets committed three errors.
Steve Slocum led Perrysburg, going 2-for-4 with a run scored.

Lake 14, Elmwood 13
In Millbury, Lake scored twice in the bottom of the seventh to complete the come-from-behind Northern Buckeye Conference victory over Elmwood.
With the bases loaded and the scored tied at 13, Lake’s Cody Witt drove in the game-winning run on a base hit to the left-center field gap. Witt was 2-for-5.
Also contributing for the Flyers were: Jayce Vancena: 2-for-3, two doubles, two RBI; Joel Densic, 2-for-3, two RBI; and Adam Duncan, 2-for-4, two RBI.
Austin Hoiles led Elmwood, going 2-for-3 with two home runs and four RBI. Zach Foster was 2-for-5.
Lake is 13-10 overall and 7-4 in the NBC.

Eastwood 6, Rossford 3
In Rossford, Ryan Mang led Eastwood to an NBC win over Rossford as the Eagles scored three times in the sixth inning to overcome a 3-2 deficit.
Mang was 3-for-3 with three runs scored as Eastwood improved to 17-7 overall and 9-3 in the NBC.

Otsego 5, Genoa 2
In Genoa, Otsego broke a 2-2 tie with a run in the sixth and two in the seventh to stay unbeaten in the NBC.
Deven Vollmar pitched five innings for the Knights and was 2-for-2 at the plate.
Ryan Smoyer, Hunter Donald and Max Miller all had an RBI for Otsego, 16-7 overall and 13-0 in the NBC.

SOFTBALL
Elmwood 15, Lake 0,
5 innings
In Millbury, Elmwood’s Miranda Benschoter tossed a no-hitter as the Royals handled Lake in five innings in an NBC game.
Benschoter, who recorded eight strikeouts, one walk and one hit batter, was aided by 19 Elmwood hits.
Elmwood’s leaders at the plate were: Katie Bottesch, 3-for-3, two RBI; Madison Arnold, 3-for-3, three RBI and a two-run home run; Rebecca Harvey, 3-for-3, double and two RBI; Ragan Yarnell, 2-for-4, three RBI; and Brittany George, 2-for-4, two doubles.
The Royals improved to 20-5 overall and 11-1 in the NBC while Lake is 13-14, 5-7.

Springfield 5, BGHS 1,
8 innings
Springfield scored four runs in the top of the eighth inning to pick up the NLL win in extra innings.
Tied 1-1 in the bottom of the seventh, BG failed to score with the bases loaded and one out.
The inning ended when Reagan Morman was thrown out on a close play at the plate after Anna Szabo hit a liner to right field.

Northwood 7,
Cardinal Stritch 5
In Oregon, Alyson Seibert led Northwood to a Toledo Area Athletic Conference win over Cardinal Stritch.
Seibert picked up the win and was 2-for-2 at the plate with two doubles as the Rangers improved to 13-12 overall and 9-2 in the TAAC.
Northwood broke a 5-5 tie by scoring twice in the top of the seventh.

Otsego 12, Genoa 8
In Genoa, Otsego scored five runs in the second and four runs in the sixth help it to its NBC win over Genoa.
Tayler Bowen and Savannah Schwind each had two base hits for the Knights and Natalie Wright had a single and a double while recording the win on the mound.

Rossford 13, Eastwood 9
In Rossford, a six-run fifth inning pushed the Bulldogs ahead of Eastwood in an NBC battle. The Eagles led 9-7 before the Bulldogs, 20-6 overall and 10-3 in the NBC, took the lead for good in the bottom of the fifth.
Lyndsey Skala, Kirsten Keller and Maggie Leahy each had three hits for the Bulldogs, while Kelly Swope was 2-for-3 with a home run.
Leading hitters for Eastwood, 24-3, 10-3, were: Mackenzie Albright, 4-for-4, double; Ally Gabel, 2-for-3, double; Cassidy Rolf, 2-for-4; Jessica Young, 2-for-3; and Krista Jennings, 2-for-4.

BASEBALL
SECTIONAL
DIVISION II
BGHS 3, WAUSEON 0
BGHS    210    000    0—3    3    1
WAUSEON    000    000    0—0    6    1
BATTING LEADERS
HITS — (BG) Chambers, Cromley, Apple; (W) Cales 2, Bzovi, Suntken, D. Shadbolt, Kauffman. 2B — (W) Kauffman. HR — (BG) Apple. RUNS — (BG) Fisher, Riggs, Apple. RBI — (BG) Apple 2, Cromley. SB — (BG) Chambers. SAC — (BG) Chambers. SAC FLY — (BG) Cromley. HBP — (BG) Riggs (by Trejo). LOB — BGHS 3, Wauseon 8.

PITCHING SUMMARY
IP    H    R    ER    BB    SO
BGHS
Fisher (WP)    6 1-3    6    0    0    2    11
Dill (SV)    2-3    0    0    0    0    0
WAUSEON
Trejo (LP)    7    3    3    2    2    9

REGULAR SEASON
ANTHONY WAYNE 3, PERRYSBURG 2
ANTHONY WAYNE    000    021    0—3    6    2
PERRYSBURG    002    000    0—2    6    3
WP — Babb; LP — Delas.

LAKE 14, ELMWOOD 13
ELMWOOD    404    131    0—13    9    4
LAKE    630    003    2—14    12    3
Witt and Walsh; Reynolds and Hall.

EASTWOOD 6, ROSSFORD 3
EASTWOOD    001    013    1—6    6    0
ROSSFORD    200    100    0—3    5    2
WP — Drown; LP — Fargo.

OTSEGO 5, GENOA 2
OTSEGO    200    001    2—5    7    1
GENOA    000    020    0—2    5    5
WP — Selders; LP — Hayes.

SOFTBALL
SPRINGFIELD 5, BGHS 1, 8 innings
SPRINGFIELD    000    001    04—5    10    6
BGHS    010    000    00—1    6    1
WP — Buck; LP — Williford.

OTSEGO 12, GENOA 8
OTSEGO    150    004    2—12    14    1
GENOA    003    021    2—8    9    1
WP — Wright; LP — Neuman.

ELMWOOD 15, LAKE 0, 5 innings
ELMWOOD    240    63—15    19    0
LAKE    000    00—0    0    3
Benschoter and Hillard; Materni and Whiteman.

NORTHWOOD 7, CARDINAL STRITCH 5
NORTHWOOD    040    100    2—7    8    1
STRITCH    020    300    0—5    4    0
WP — Seibert; LP — Francher.

ROSSFORD 13, EASTWOOD 9
EASTWOOD    003    330    0—9    15    1
ROSSFORD    103    360    X—13    14    1
WP — Gauthier; LP — Foster.
Last Updated on Tuesday, 21 May 2013 10:43
 

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