|Sports Briefs: 04-01-14|
|Written by Sentinel-Tribune Staff|
|Tuesday, 01 April 2014 09:24|
Powers ties for 50th
LONGWOOD, FLA. -Caroline Powers, a graduate of Bowling Green High School, finished in a tie for 50th in the IOA Golf Classic Monday.
She shot a 1-over 72 in the third round of the Symetra Tour event to finish at 6-over 219.
Kendall Dye shot a closing round 65 to finish at 202 to win the tournament.
Williford earns academic honor
Bowling Green senior Hanna Williford was named to the Division II All-Ohio academic girls basketball team selected by the Ohio High School Basketball Coaches Association.
Williford has a 4.0 grade-point average.
Frank honored by MAC
CLEVELAND - Bowling Green's Mike Frank is the Mid-American Conference baseball East Division pitcher of the week.
The redshirt senior allowed just one hit in seven innings to help BG to a 4-1 win over Northern Illinois. The run he gave up was unearned. He stuck out three and walked three.
Kids race planned at BGSU
The Bowling Green Falcon track and field team will hold The Fastest Kid in Bowling Green event during its dual meet against Toledo on May 2 at approximately 5:50 p.m.
All elementary and middle school children are invited to run in the untimed 100-meter race during the intermission break of the meet.
There is no entry fee for children to participate in the event and all parents, participants and spectators receive free admission to the meet. All contestants who register prior to the April 29 deadline are guaranteed an award.
The race will take place at BGSU's Whittaker Track and Field complex.
Former Rossford coach Baumgartner to be honored
ROSSFORD - Jerry Baumgartner, former Rossford High School head varsity baseball coach, will be honored at a dedication ceremony at the Myron Brick Long Field located at the Rossford Schools Glenwood Athletic Complex on April 19.
The rededication will add the Jerry Baumgartner Diamond to the Myron Brick Long Field.
The ceremony will begin at 10:30 a.m. before the first game of a doubleheader against Swanton.
Former players are asked to attend.
Baumgartner was Rossford's head varsity baseball coach from 1969-1993. His teams won nine Northern Lakes League titles, 12 sectional championships, four district championships, and had an overall record of 353-246-3 and a NLL record of 188-116.
In addition, he coached football, basketball, and bowling. He was a math teacher at Rossford High School for 31 years, retiring in 1995.
A rain date is set for May 10, at 10:30 a.m.
Owens softball wins twice
Thirteenth-ranked Owens Community College's softball team improved to 9-1 overall Monday with a 3-1, 4-3 sweep of Kellogg CC.
Tori Weidinger had three hits with a two doubles for Owens, while Taylor Miller two hits with a triple, and an RBI, and Elmwood High School graduate Brittany George added a double and scored a run. Owens' Leslie Ducat pitched a five-hitter, striking out seven and walking one.
Miller had two hits in the second game.
Owens baseball splits
The Owens Community College baseball team split a doubleheader with St. Clair County CC Monday. The Express is 5-11.
St. Clair won the opener, 17-7 and Owens won the second game 4-3.
Six different players each had a hit in the opener with Taran Temple hitting a double and driving in a run.
In the second game. Matthew Zitny allowed four hits and one earned runs in five innings, striking out five and not walking a batter. Temple hit a double and had an RBI.
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