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Monday, 22 April 2013 12:01
Elmwood softball sweeps Lakota
Body: By Sentinel Sports Staff
Elmwood's softball team had 24 hits Saturday in a 19-1, 11-0 sweep of visiting Lakota.
Elmwood's leading hitters in Game 1 were: Brittany George, 1-for-4, two runs, three runs batted in; Olivia Myers, 3-for-4, double, three runs, three RBI; Katie Bottesch, 2-for-3, triple, three runs, RBI; Madison Arnold, 2-for-4, double, triple, run, three RBI; Rebecca Harvey, 2-for-4, triple, two runs, four RBI; Tori Hillard, Miranda Benschoter, both 2-for-3, RBI; Ragan Yarnell, 1-for-2, three runs, RBI; and Chelsie Schmitz, triple.
Benschoter pitched a one-hitter, allowing only Morgan Gangwer's home run in the second inning.
Elmwood's leading hitters in Game 2 were: Olivia Myers, 3-for-3, double, two runs; Lindsay George, 1-for-2, double, RBI; Yarnell, 1-for-3, double; run, two RBI; Kristi Reiser, 2-for-2, double, run, two RBI; and Harvey, double.
Elmwood's Jenilee Myers pitched a one-hitter, striking out seven.
Aspen Ray doubled for Lakota in the second inning.

Eastwood 5, Akron Hoban 1
Eastwood 5, Medina 2
Eastwood 14, Rittman 2, 5 innings
Eastwood 1, Ellet 0
In Akron, Eastwood went 4-0 over the weekend to improve to 12-0 overall.
Against Hoban, Diana Bushman was 3-for-3 and Cassidy Rolf was 2-for-3.
Against Medina, Emily Helm was 3-for-3; Mackenze Albright was 3-for-4; and Ally Gabel, was 2-for-3.
Against Rittman, Rolf was 2-for-3 with a home run and triple; Anna Rahrig was 3-for-3 with two doubles; Michaela Bunge hit a triple and a double; and Gabel was 3-for-4.
Against Ellet, Whitney Foster pitched a three-hitter striking out two and walking one. Gabel was 2-for-2 with a double and Jess Young was 2-for-2.

Otsego 7, Wauseon 6
Otsego 5, Gibsonburg 2
In Tontogany, Otsego won twice.
Against Wauseon, Otsego scored the winning run in the seventh inning.
Kylie Asmus singled three times for Otsego, while Tayler Bowen singled twice and Emily Carson tripled.
Against Gibsonburg, Savannah Schwind was 4-for-4 for Otsego. Also for the Knights, Paige Ireland singled twice and Nicole Thomas doubled.
Asmus pitched a three-hitter, striking out 15 and walking three.

Lake 19, Toledo Start 0, 5 innings
Lake 12, Toledo Bowsher 1, 5 innings
In Toledo, Lake scored 31 runs and had 21 hits in a nonleague doubleheader sweep. The Flyers are 7-3 overall.
Lake's leading hitters against Start were: Sumer Woodruff, 3-for-4, triple, RBI; Jessica Densic, 2-fof-4; Jordan Jacob, 2-for-3, two RBI.
The Flyers' top hitters against Bowsher were: Woodruff, 3-for-3, two doubles, three RBI; and Sammy Whiteman, 2-for-2.
Emma Materni was the winning pitcher in both games, allowing six hits and one run while striking out 16 in 10 innings.

Perrysburg 17, Archbold 8
Perrysburg 19, Archbold 4
In Archbold, Mark Delas was 6-for-8 with 10 RBI as Perrysburg improved to 9-1.
Delas was 5-for-5 with a double, two runs and six RBI in Game 2. In Game 1, he was 1-for-3 with a double, two runs and four RBI.
Also in Game 1, Kyle Durham was 3-for-3 with three runs and four RBI. He homered twice and doubled.
Perrysburg's other leading hitters in Game 1 were: Steve Slocum, 2-for-5, two doubles, two runs, RBI; AJ Stockwell, 2-for-5, run, RBI; Nick Munger, 2-for-4, double, run, RBI; Nick Fleming, 3-for-3, two runs, two RBI; and Isaac Johnson, 1-for-2, two runs, RBI.
Perrysburg's other leading hitters in Game 2 were: Zach Honsberger, 1-for-2, two runs, RBI; Austin Lee, 2-for-5, double, triple, four runs, two RBI; Stockwell, 2-for-5, two runs, RIB; Ryan Garrity, 1-for-4, double, run, four RBI; and Gus Dimmerling, 3-for-5, three runs, RBI.

Eastwood 10, Swanton 3
Eastwood 3, Swanton 0
In Swanton, Eastwood improved to 7-3 overall.
Grant Peters and Jordan Randall pitched a one-hitter in the Game 1, and David Krukemyer was 2-for-3 with a home run and three runs scored.
In Game 2, Eastwood's Todd Miller pitched a three-hitter and Mat Drown was 2-for-3 with two RBI.

Liberty-Benton 16, NB 5
Liberty-Benton 4, NB 2
In Findlay, Liberty-Benton scored the final 16 runs in Game 1 and the last four runs in Game 2 to improve to 9-1.
Five different players singled for NB in Game 1, and Jordan Watson hit an RBI single in Game 2. NB is 4-6.

Junior varsity results
Springfield beat Northwood, 12-2.
Northwood beat Elmwood, 7-2. Three different players single for Northwood, and Sean Whitmore allowed three hits over six innings. He struck out nine and walked one.
Northwood is 5-5.

Falcon softball sweeps EMU
YPSILANTI, Mich. - Bowling Green State University's softball team completed a weekend sweep of Eastern Michigan with a 6-1 win Sunday.
The Falcons are 23-17 overall and 7-9 in the Mid-American Conference.
Hannah Fulk was 3-for-3 with two-run home run for the Falcons and teammate Emily McClelland hit a triple.
Paris Imholz and Jamie Kertes combined on a three-hitter with six strikeouts and three walks. EMU's run was unearned.
On Saturday, Kertes pitched a four-hitter and Katie Yoho hit a three-run home to lead the Falcons to a 4-0 win.
Kertes struck out three and walked one.
Yoho homered in the fifth after BG opened the scoring in the third. Fulk scored the first run when she was hit by a pitch, took second on a ground out, stole third and continued home on a throwing error by the catcher.
Eastern Michigan's Lindsay Rich, a graduate of Perrysburg High School, held BG scoreless on no hits in relief over the final 1 2/3 innings. She struck out two and walked none.

BGSU tennis No. 2 seed for MAC tourney
KALAMAZOO, Mich. -  The Bowling Green State University tennis team battled back from an early deficit to post a 5-2 win over Western Michigan University Saturday. The Falcons are 16-4 overall and 5-3 in the Mid-American Conference and are the No. 2 seed for the conference tournament.
Both the Falcons' regular-season finish and BG's tournament seeding are the best in program history. BG also tied the school single-season record for wins.
Saturday's victory was the Falcons' first over Western Michigan in program history. The Broncos had won the first 38 meetings.
The MAC tournament is this weekend at Ball State.

BGSU's Pleger seventh in hammer
Bowling Green State University's Brooke Pleger competed in the Mount SAC Relays in Walnut, Calif. in the elite hammer throw Saturday.
Pleger was one of only three current collegians in the field of 12. She finished seventh overall with a 213-5 effort.
Pleger was second among the college competitors and seven collegians have thrown further than her Saturday distance this season.
The rest of the Falcon track team competed at the Jesse Owens Classic in Columbus.
BG's top finishers in the Owens Classic were: Tiera Parker with a season best in the triple jump, 37-2 1/4, a distance that has her ranked 10th in the Mid-American Conference in the event. She placed seventh at the meet; the 1,600 relay team of Taylor Rambo, Demetra Taylor, Brittany Sinclair and Allison Weimer had a season-best time of 3:54.65 to finish fourth; Brittany Sinclair (57.64); was 10th in the 400; and Natalie Sommerville was 11th in the 400 hurdles (1:05.60).

golfers win
COLUMBUS - The Owens Community College golf team won its third straight Ohio Community College Athletic Conference tournament Sunday.
Owens finished with a 308 total in the five-team field.
Brandon Hoelzer and Timothy Dawkins were Owens' leaders, tying for second with 76s.

BGSU women's golfers fourth
ANGOLA, Ind. - The Bowling Green State University women's golf team finished fourth at the Angola Shootout with a final score of 313. The event, which was scheduled for 36 holes, was shortened due to snow.
Ball State, the host of the event, won the seven-team tournament with a 309.
BG's scorers were: Patricia Holt, 76, tied for fourth; Amy Ruthenberg, 77, tied for seventh; Bailey Arnold, 79, tied for 16th; Lily Bartell, 81, tied for 25th; and Shelby Wilson, 86, tied for 45th.

Falcon men's golfers fourth
UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa.- Bowling Green State University's men's golf team shot the sixth-lowest final round Sunday, carding a 300 to climb two spots on the final day of the Rutherford Intercollegiate. BG finished seventh in the 14-team field with a 54-hole score of 908.
Binghamton won the event with an 890.
BG's scores were: Ryan Triller, 222, tied for seventh; Wes Gates, 226, tied for 22nd; Holden Pahr, 230, tied for 34th; Joe Cooper, 231, 39th; and Josh Bialecki, 242, tied for 64th.

Owens softball splits
CLEVELAND - The Owens Community College softball split a doubleheader with Cuyahoga CC, losing the opener 10-9 in eight innings and winning the second game, 12-7.
In the opener, Owens' top hitters were: Mareshah Scott, 4-for-4, RBI; Melanie Iacoangeli, 2-fof-5, double, RBI; Jaylee Glad, 2-fof-4, RBI: and Tyniesha Wilson, 1-for-1, two RBI. Wilson is a Perrysburg High School graduate.
Top hitters for Owens in the second game were: Amanda Sinay, 4-for-5, triple, three RBI; Iacoangeli, 3-for-5, RBI; Olivia Reeder, 1-for-3, three RBI; Scott, 2-for-4; and Wilson, three runs scored.
Owens is 19-11 overall and 6-2 in the Ohio Community College Athletic Conference.
Last Updated on Monday, 22 April 2013 12:03

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