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Prep softball and baseball: Pitchers do well in NBC softball games (5-4-13) PDF Print E-mail
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Saturday, 04 May 2013 02:05
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Rossford's Maggie Leahy slugs the ball. (Photo: Enoch Wu/Sentinel-Tribune)
In Northern Buckeye Conference softball play there were three strong pitching performances by Wood County teams Friday.
Hannah Gauthier pitched a three-hit shutout as Rossford downed Lake, 5-0.
Elmwood’s Miranda Benschoter pitched a no-hitter as the Royals blanked Genoa, 11-0 in five innings.
Otsego’s Kylie Asmus pitched a two-hit shutout in a 2-0 win over Woodmore.

SOFTBALL
Rossford 5, Lake 0  PHOTO GALLERY
In Millbury, Gauthier struck out six and walked three.
Kelly Swope was 2-for-4 with a double and an RBI for the Bulldogs and Mandi Longeway was 2-for-3. Rossford is 13-4 overall and 3-2 in the NBC.
Kayla Encalado was 2-for-3 for Lake, now 8-9 overall and 2-4 in the NBC.

Elmwood 11,
Genoa 0, 5 innings
In Genoa, Benschoter struck out five and walked four to help Elmwood remain undefeated in league play. The Royals are 14-4 overall and 5-0 in the NBC.
Brittany George, Katie Bottesch, Tori Hillard and Olivia Myers each had two hits for Elmwood. Bottesch and Hillard each drove in three runs. Benschoter and George each hit a double and Myers hit a triple.

Otsego 2, Woodmore 0
In Woodville, Asmus struck out 11 and walked two and had two of Otsego’s five hits.

Eastwood 14,
Fostoria 3, 5 innings
In Fostoria, Eastwood’s Ally Gabel hit two home runs to help the Eagles down Fostoria. Eastwood, now 16-2 overall and 5-2 in the NBC, scored 10 times in the top of the fifth inning. Fostoria is 2-14, 1-5.

Other top hitters for Eastwood were: Diana Bushman, 2-for-4; Emily Helm, 3-for-4; and Cassidy Rolf, 2-for-4, double.

Northwood 10,
Bettsville 0, 5 innings
In Northwood, the Rangers improved to 9-9 overall with the non-league win.
Top hitters for Northwood were: Cortney Georgeson and Bri Crispen, each 2-for-3; and Katie Vancs, 3-for-4.

BASEBALL
Perrysburg 3, Napoleon 0
In Napoleon, Mark Delas pitched a one-hitter striking out four and walking two as Perrysburg blanked Napoleon. The Yellow Jackets are 17-1 overall and 7-0 in the Northern Lakes League.
Perrysburg has only four hits with Steve Slocum and Spencer George each hitting a double. Slocum drove in two runs and Gus Dimmerling had the other RBI.

Eastwood 11, Fostoria 6
In Fostoria, Eastwood pounded out 14 hits on the way to the NBC win.
The Eagles are 6-0 in the NBC and 13-3 overall.
Mat Drown was 4-for-5 for the Eagles with two doubles and two RBI while Jordan Luther and Skylar Dieker each had two hits.
Chris Hampton had three hits for Fostoria, including a double.

Genoa 8, Elmwood 2
In Genoa, the Comets pounded out 13 hits in the NBC win.
Zach Foster hit an RBI double for Elmwood, now 8-8 overall and 2-4 in the NBC.

BASEBALL
PERRYSBURG 3, NAPOLEON 0
PERRYSBURG    000    030    0—3    4    0
NAPOLEON    000    000    0—0    1    0
Delas and Durham; Willeman and Fielder.

EASTWOOD 11, FOSTORIA 6
EASTWOOD    140    201    3—11    14    3
FOSTORIA    302    000    1—6    8    5
WP — Schmeltz; LP — Kitchen.

GENOA 8, ELMWOOD 2
ELMWOOD    100    001    0—2    4    2
GENOA    200    510    X—8    13    1
Reynolds and Hall; Rightnowar and Wolfe.

SOFTBALL
ROSSFORD 5, LAKE 0
ROSSFORD    301    100    0—5    7    2
LAKE    000    000    0— 0    3    4
WP — Gauthier; LP — Materni.

ELMWOOD 11, GENOA 0, 5 innings
ELMWOOD    371    00—    11    12    2
GENOA    000    00    —0    0    2
WP — Benschoter; LP — Lea.

OTSEGO 2, WOODMORE 0
OTSEGO    000    020    0—2    5    0
WOODMORE    000    000    0—0    2    1
WP — Asmus; LP — Phillips.

EASTWOOD 14, FOSTORIA 3, 5 innings
EASTWOOD    210    1(10)—14    12    1
FOSTORIA    003    00—3    5    5
Foster and Rahrig; Moore and Smith.

NORTHWOOD 10, BETTSVILLE 0, 5 innings
BETTSVILLE    000    00—0    1    4
NORTHWOOD    001    45—10    11    2
WP — Seibert; LP — Harrison.
Last Updated on Saturday, 04 May 2013 07:41
 

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