Lake baseball edges Genoa to remain perfect in conference

Lake’s Cody Witt takes a
swing. (Enoch Wu/Sentinel-Tribune)

Lake’s baseball team remained undefeated in the Northern Buckeye Conference Friday with a 2-1 win over
visiting Genoa.
The Flyers scored single runs in the sixth and seventh innings to improve to 17-2 overall and 6-0 in the
NBC. Genoa is 6-1 in the NBC.
Brad Ackerman scored the winning run with one out on Aaron Witt’s infield single into the hole between
first and second.
Ackerman reached on a walk, took second on Joel Densic’s sacrifice bunt and moved to third on a wild
"It was a well-played game," Lake coach Greg Wilker said. "Both teams made some
outstanding defensive plays. We had a great crowd and the atmosphere was a lot of fun."
Jayce Vancena pitched a two-hitter for Lake, striking out eight and walking one. One of Genoa’s hits was
an infield single.
Genoa’s Luke Rightnowar allowed just five hits.
"Both pitchers threw well," Wilker said. "(Vancena) had a real good curveball that kept
them off balance. He wasn’t dominant, but he was very good."
After Genoa opened the scoring in the fourth, Lake tied the game in the sixth when Cody Witt reached on
an infield error, advanced to third on two infield outs, and scored on Vancena’s single to right-center
Perrysburg 8, Springfield 6
In Holland, Perrysburg used a four-run fourth to erase a 5-4 deficit in a Northern Lakes League game.
The Yellow Jackets, ranked seventh in Division I, are 12-2 overall and 5-1 in the NLL.
Perrysburg’s leading hitters were: Nick Fleming, single, two doubles, two runs; Zach Honsberger, three
singles, two runs, two RBI; and AJ Stockwell, three singles, three RBI.
Elmwood 9, Eastwood 5
In Jerry City, Elmwood scored four times in the third and five times in the fourth to overcome a 3-0
deficit in an NBC game.
Phillip Buckingham, Brett Jones, Jacob Wise and Trevor Solether each had two hits for Elmwood (7-8, 2-3).

Eastwood’s Ryan Mang and David Krukemyer each had two hits. The Eagles are winless in the NBC.
Rossford 7, Woodmore 1
In Rossford, Noah Asmus pitched a seven-hitter and struck out five as the Bulldogs (5-8, 1-5) won an NBC
Rossford’s leading hitters were: Spencer Shultz, two singles, three runs; Trey Demko, double, triple; two
RBI; and Jacob Schimming, two singles.
Otsego 19, Fostoria 7
In Fostoria, Otsego had 13 hits en route to an NBC win.
Jon Brown had four hits for Otsego, while Deven Vollmar had three, and Max Miller, Trent Soto, Zac
Gregory, Jon Thomas each had two.
Thomas doubled twice, while Joe Brown and Collin Kitchen also doubled.
Kitchen also had four RBI, while Thomas, Joe Brown and Vollmar each had three, and Miller, and Jon Brown
each had two.
Toledo Christian 7,
Northwood 1
In Northwood, Myles Habel and Jack Romstadt each had two hits for the Rangers.
Northwood is 5-10 overall and 3-2 in the Toledo Area Athletic Conference.
Rossford 5, Woodmore 4
In Rossford, the Bulldogs scored twice in the fourth to erase a 4-3 deficit and improve to 14-4 overall
and 5-2 in the NBC. Woodmore is 4-2 in the NBC.
Maggie Lahey doubled for Rossford,
Lake 2, Genoa 0
In Millbury, Sydnee Behlmer pitched a four-hitter and Jessica Densic doubled in both runs with two out in
the fourth to give Lake (8-9, 3-4) an NBC win.
Densic finished 2-for-2, while Behlmer struck out eight and walked two.
Otsego 11, Fostoria 2
In Fostoria, Otsego had 15 hits in an NBC game.
Otsego’s Kylie Asmus pitched a six-hitter, striking out six and walking one. She also, doubled, homered
and had three RBi.
Otsego’s Emma Perry, singled, homered and had three RBI.
Northwood 13,
Toledo Christian 3, 6 innings
In Northwood, the Rangers had 13 hits in a TAAC win.
Brianna Crispen had three hits for Northwood, and Lexi Rymers, Alyson Seibert, Toni Tristan and Marissa
Bonnette each had two.
Rymers had a triple and Seibert doubled.
Bowling Green scored 41 points to finish fifth in the seven-team meet.
BG had three third-place finishes.
The distance medley team of Phil Zamarripa, Michael Shilling, Kevin Connell and Lucas Overmyer had a time
of 11:22.90.
The 440 shuttle hurdles team of Trenten Wisecup, Sam Panter, Pierce Walker and Shilling had a time of
The 1,600 team of Zamarripa, Walker, Chance Bailey and Owen Perry had a time of 3:40.69.
Bowling Green scored 90 points to finish second in the seven-team meet.
BG won two events.
The pole vault team of Maria Horrigan, Olivia Horrigan and Rachel Clark won with a combined height of
Horrigan was the top individual, clearing 11-6 to break her own meet record of 11-0 set in 2012.
BG’s 400 shuttle hurdle team of Kendal Glandorff, Kelsey Remeis, Olivia McGowan and Zhaile Hoskay won in
Lakota scored 67 points to finish sixth in the nine-team meet, while North Baltimore was eighth with 23.

Lakota’s Kevin Crowe finished second in the shot put, 47-6 1/2.
NB’s Tyler Stimmel finished fourth in the 400 (55.452).
Lakota’s Cariss Reese won the 100 hurdles (16.332), 300 hurdles (48.815) and the pole vault (9-0), and
teammate Katie Park won the discus (111-1).
The Raiders finished fourth in the nine-team meet with 91 points, while NB was eighth with 28.
NB’s Lindsey Davis won the high jump (4-9).
Perrysburg scored 40 points to finish 10th in the 12-team meet.
The Yellow Jackets’ 440 shuttle hurdles relay team of Adam Dunckle, Jon Rodgers, David Bonnough and
Brandon Lowery was fourth in 1:06.69.

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