Lake 6, Rossford 1
ROSSFORD — Lake was outhit on Wednesday, but the Flyers took advantage of four Rossford errors to stay
unbeaten and claim a 6-1 Northern Buckeye Conference win.
Bronson Medley singled and drove in a pair of runs to lead Lake, which improved to 14-0 and 5-0 in the
Scott Mackiewicz had the game’s only extra-base hit with a double and an RBI for the Flyers, while Jacob
Boelkens struck out eight in the complete-game win.
Cam Reynolds, as the only player with multiple hits, singled twice for the Bulldogs (4-7, 1-3).
Bowling Green 9, Sylvania Northview 5
SYLVANIA — Bowling Green broke out of a one-run deficit with five runs in the sixth inning to snag a 9-5
Northern Lakes League win on Wednesday.
Kyle Jackson had a game-high three hits for the Bobcats (11-0, 5-0 NLL), while Isaac Elsasser drove in a
game-high three RBIs. Andrew Tucker added two RBIs.
BG was outhit 9-8 by Northview, but did not commit an error. Northview had two errors in the loss.
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Fostoria 3, Eastwood 2
FOSTORIA — Eastwood answered Fostoria’s two-run sixth inning with a game-tying run in the top of the
The Redmen’s Alex Sierra answered back with a walk-off single in the bottom of the inning to hand
Eastwood a 3-2 loss in Northern Buckeye Conference action on Wednesday.
Isaac Cherry racked up a pair of hits to lead the Eagles (7-5, 1-3 NBC), while Lake Boos and Andrew
Arnston both knocked in a run.
Justin Pickerel struck out eight batters in 6 1/3 innings, but took the loss for Eastwood.
Elmwood 4, Pittsford 0
PITTSFORD, N.Y. — Noah Veryser tossed a complete-game shutout in leading Elmwood over Pittsford
Sutherland 4-0 on the team’s spring trip.
Veryser improved to his own record to 4-0, while the Royals moved to 6-3.
Dylan Gerkens and Veryser both went 2 for 3, with Gerkens driving in a run and Veryser leading with two
Perrysburg 0, Napoleon 0
PERRYSBURG — Ben Boros and Haydn Smith both had a pair of singles, but neither Perrysburg nor Napoleon
could push a run across the plate before the game was called at a 0-0 tie in the top of the 13th inning.
Nathan Ball and Cameron Githens combined to allow just three hits with 17 strikeouts across 12 1/3
innings for the Yellow Jackets. Ball led with 10 strikeouts in seven frames.
Bowling Green 7, Sylvania Northview 4
SYLVANIA — Bowling Green broke a 1-1 tie with a six-run seventh inning to beat Sylvania Northview 7-4 in
Wednesday’s Northern Lakes League game.
Erin Spangenberg rattled off five RBIs to lead the Bobcats (10-4, 2-2 NLL). Seven different Bobcats
nabbed a hit.
Lexi North punched out 10 in the circle and overcame four BG errors for the seven-inning win.
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Lake 9, Rossford 4
ROSSFORD — Lake scored five runs across the final three innings to stop Rossford 9-4 in Wednesday’s
Northern Buckeye Conference game.
Tatum Miller paced the Flyers (9-5, 3-2 NBC) with two doubles and a game-high three RBIs. Aubrie
Kunkelman notched two hits drove in two runs.
Megan Jarozs led the Bulldogs, who had just four hits, by driving in two of their four runs. Rossford
fell to 6-6 overall and 0-3 in the league.
Napoleon 8, Perrysburg 4
PERRYSBURG — Perrysburg did well with just five hits, but Napoleon used a big third inning to hold off
the Yellow Jackets 8-4 in Wednesday’s Northern Lakes League game.
Kate Dheel knocked in three of Perrysburg’s four runs to lead the offense — which struck out just two
Napoleon broke the Jackets’ early two-run lead with five runs in the third inning.
Perrysburg fell to 6-4 overall and 2-1 in the NLL.
St. Francis 4, Bowling Green 1
TOLEDO — Bowling Green followed up last night’s narrow 3-2 loss by winning another match on Wednesday.
But the Bobcats were stopped in the other four in falling 4-1 to Toledo St. Francis.
Captain Mitchell Drumm nabbed a win in No. 2 singles with a 4-6, 7-5, 1-0 decision for BG.
Jack Devine made it tough in No. 3 singles, but dropped the match 6-1, 7-5. Co-captain Erik Schempf fell
6-4, 6-2 in No. 1 singles.
Luke Konecny and James Eddington lost 6-1, 6-1 in No. 1 doubles, while Evan Jiang and Ty Gulgin were
swept 6-0, 6-0 in No. 2 doubles.