Prep Roundup: Bowling Green baseball shuts out Northwood (04-02-14)

Bowling Green’s Andrew
Fisher pitches during the game against Northwood. (Photo: Shane Hughes/Sentinel-Tribune)

Bowling Green’s baseball team was a 16-0 winner Tuesday over Northwood.
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Perrysburg 9, Lake 2
In Millbury, Nick Fleming, Mark Delas and Steven Winzeler each had two hits as Perrysburg scored eight
times to the sixth inning to record the win.
Brad Ackerman had two hits for Lake.
AJ Stockwell pitched the first four innings for Perrysburg and Delas went the last three, allowing no
hits with two strikeouts and two walks.
Elmwood 17, Fostoria
St. Wendelin 0, 5 innings
In Jerry City, Nick Gillette hit a two-run triple, and Dyan Hall, Tyler Stone and Michael Langlass added
run-scoring singles for Elmwood.
Nolan Kerr and Phillip Buckingham pitched a one-hitter for Elmwood. Kerr struck out eight over the first
four innings.
BGHS 29, Fremont Ross 0,
5 innings
BG had 14 hits en route to its win.
The Bobcats’ leading hitters were: Anna Sabo, two singles; triple; Kelsey Parker and Reagan Morman,
single, double each; and Hanna Williford, two singles.
Elmwood 24,
Waite 0, 5 innings
In Jerry City Monday, Miranda Benschoter pitched a perfect game, striking out 15.
The Royals’ leading hitters were: Rebecca Harvey, two home runs, double, seven RBI; Madison Arnold, two
singles; Benschoter, four singles, triple, four RBI; Chelsie Schmitz, two singles, triple; Kristi
Reiser, two singles; and Lexi Yenour, two singles.
Otsego 9, North Baltimore 5
In Tontogany, Otsego took a 5-0 lead in the bottom of the third and held off NB. Both teams are 1-1.
Otsego’s leading hitters were: Tayler Bowen, triple, home run; Kylie Asmus,, single, double.
NB’s Jasmine Bretz was 2-for-4 with a double, home run and two RBI.
Eastwood 103, Clay 25
In Oregon, Eastwood’s Devin Snowden won the long jump (21-5 1/2 ) and 300 hurdles (41.4), and Brennan
Seifert won the 100 (11.6) and the 200 (24.8).
Lake wins four-team meet
In Millbury, Lake scored 90 points to defeat Oak Harbor (75), Elmwood (55) and Monclova Christian (four).

Lakota finishes second
In Fostoria, Lakota scored 62 points to finish second in a four-team meet.
Hopewell-Loudon won with 65, while Arcadia was third with 60 and Genoa was fourth with 47.
Lakota’s Baker won the 1,600 in 5:21.
Clay 68, Eastwood 60
In Oregon, Eastwood’s Emily Hayward won the shot put (31-2 1/2 ) and tied for first in the discus (91-1).

Lakota finishes second
In Fostoria, Lakota scored 68 points to finish second to Hopewell-Loudon by one point in a four-team
Genoa was third with 55, and Arcadia was fourth with 38.
Lakota’s Cariss Reese won the 100 hurdles (17.48) and the 300 hurdles (51.06), and tied for first in the
long high jump with teammate Smith (4-1).
Lakota’s Katie Park won the discus (85-1) and the shot put (33-9).
Perrysburg 5, Clay 0
In Oregon, Perrysburg won three of the five matches in the two-set minimum.
Findlay 4, BGHS 1
In Findlay, Ryan Motsinger won at No. 1 singles for BG.