Kirian, Jackets notch baseball win over Bucks

NEW WASHINGTON — Michael Kirian tossed a one-hitter with 10 strikeouts as New Riegel thumped Buckeye Central 10-0 in five innings Wednesday in a nonconference game.
Kirian also had two singles as New Riegel totaled 12 hits while notching its first win of the season to improve to 1-2.
Austin Mathias drove in four runs while hitting a double and three singles for the Blue Jackets. Alex Acree belted three singles and drove in a run and Aaron Reinhart added a double and a single.
Mike Blackford took the loss on the hill as the Bucks fell to 0-2.

New Riegel 124 30 — 10 12 1
Buckeye Central 000 00 — 0 1 3
WP — Kirian (1-0). LP — Blackford. top hitters: (NR) Mathias 3-1B, 2B, 4-RBI; Acree 3-1B, RBI; Reinhart 2B, 1B; Kirian 2-1B.
records: New Riegel 1-2; Buckeye Central 0-2.

Unbeaten Gibsonburg scored five runs in the top of the sixth to get past Fostoria High School 9-6 Wednesday in nonconference play at Grant Jackson Field.
Andrew Cantrell had a double and a single and Gabe Hickman hit two singles for the Golden Bears (3-0).
Derek Angelone earned the win on the mound.
The Redmen (1-1) outhit Gibsonburg 8-5 but were done in by 10 errors as Trey Yates took the loss.
Hunter Abell hit a double and a single, while Chris Hampton and Rob Crotty each had a pair of singles for FHS.

Gibsonburg 000 405 0 — 9 5 3 Fostoria 300 030 0 — 6 8 10
WP — Angelone (1-0). LP — Yates (0-1). top hitters: (Gib) Cantrell 1B, 2B; Hickman 2-1B. (Fos) Hampton 2-1B; Abell 1B, 2B; Crotty 2-1B.
records: Gibsonburg 3-0; Fostoria 1-1.

Jacob Basinger hit three singles and got the win on the mound for Pandora-Gilboa in a 21-2 win over St. Wendelin in five innings Wednesday night in nonconference action at Lucadello Field.
Alex Osborn recorded a single, a double and a triple for the Rockets (2-0), while Reed Hovest tripled and singled and Brian Schneck, Dustin Rieman, Zach George and Jared Tousely each had two singles.
Cyle Smith drove in two runs with a single for the Mohawks (0-2).
Brad Buhrow hit a double and Brady Rutter had a single for St. Wendelin.
Dalton Murray took the loss.

Pandora-Gilboa 151 95x x — 21 19 3 St. Wendelin 200 00x x — 2 3 7
WP– Basinger. LP — Murray. top hitters: (P-G) Basinger 3-1B; Osborn 1B, 2B, 3B; Schneck 2-1B; Rieman 2-1B; Hovest 1B, 3B; George 2-1B; Tousley 2-1B. (SW) Buhrow 2B; Smith 1B, 2 RBI.
records: Pandora-Gilboa 2-0; St. Wendelin 0-2.

ARCADIA — Garrett Enders pitched a three-hit complete game for his first career win as Arcadia blanked Old Fort 7-0 Wednesday in nonleague action.
Arcadia led 5-0 after four innings before tacking on two more in the bottom of the sixth.
Sawyer Kieffer scored three runs and stole three bases for Redskins (1-1), who recorded just three hits as a team.
Dylan Conine had a double for the Redskins.

Old Fort 000 000 0 — 0 3 4
Arcadia 112 102 X — 7 3 2
WP — Enders (1-0). LP — Heilman (0-1). top hitters: (OF) Tittle 1B; Wilson 1B; Harris 1B. (Arc) Conine 2B.
records: Old Fort 1-2, Arcadia 1-1.

RIDGEWAY — Jacob Coldren’s go-ahead RBI single plated Sam Wagner in the top of the seventh inning and Vanlue claimed a 4-3 season-opening win over Ridgemont Wednesday in nonconference play.
Nick Hagerty allowed just two hits and struck out eight in getting the win for the Wildcats (1-0).
Austin Smith’s two-run single highlighted a three-run second inning for Vanlue, but the Golden Gophers (0-3) rallied to tie the game with three runs in the bottom of fifth.
Wagner added a double as the Wildcats totaled five hits.

Vanlue 030 000 1 — 4 5 2 Ridgemont 000 030 0 — 3 2 1
WP — Hagerty (1-0). LP — Mitchell (0-1). top hitters: (Van) Smith 1B, 2 RBI; Wagner 2B; Coldren 1B, RBI.
records: Vanlue 1-0; Ridgemont 0-3.

ARCADIA — Skyler Conley robbed Krista Ward of a game-tying home run by reaching over the right field fence to record the final out of Arcadia’s 9-8 win over Old Fort Wednesday in nonconference play.
The Redskins led 6-0 after one inning and fell behind 8-6 before getting a go-ahead RBI double from Alisha Baird in the bottom of the sixth.
Courtney Cramer had three singles and an RBI for Arcadia, while Megan Hill and Ashley Baird each drove in two runs. Lizzie Coward added a pair of singles for the Redskins (2-0), who totaled 10 hits.
Old Fort’s Allison Adelsperger belted a three-run homer and doubled.
Michaela Davidson added a solo homer as the Stockaders fell to 1-2.

Old Fort 250 100 0 — 8 6 1 Arcadia 600 021 x — 9 10 4
WP — Ash. Baird (2-0). LP — Pence. top hitters: (OF) Adelsperger 2B, HR, 3 RBI; Davidson HR, RBI. (Arc) Coward 2-1B; Cramer 3-1B, RBI; Al. Baird 2B, RBI; Ash. Baird 2B, 1B, 2 RBI; Hill 1B, 2 RBI.
records: Old Fort 1-2, Arcadia 2-0.

GIBSONBURG — Alyssa Escobedo drove in three runs on three singles and earned the win with five strikeouts in Gibsonburg’s 5-2 nonleague win over St. Wendelin Wednesday.
Elana Mancha had three hits with one RBI for the Golden Bears (1-1), while Shiley Schmeltz added a double, a triple and one RBI.
St. Wendelin (0-2) banged out 10 singles as Mikayla Gilliland, Krystal Krout, Allie Rutter and Sammie Digby had two each.
Rutter and Krout each notched an RBI.

St. Wendelin 000 011 0 — 2 10 0 Gibsonburg 200 030 x — 5 9 0
WP — Escobedo. LP — Reiter. top hitters: (SW) Gilliland 2-1B; Krout 2-1B, RBI; Rutter 2-1B, RBI; Digby 2-1B. (Gib) Schmeltz 2B, 3B, RBI; Mancha 3-1B; RBI; Escobedo 3-1B, 3 RBI.
records: St. Wendelin 0-2; Gibsonburg 1-1.

NEW WASHINGTON — New Riegel put together a 12-run third inning on its way to beating Buckeye Central 18-2 in five innings Wednesday in nonconference play.
Taylor Arbogast led the Blue Jackets (3-0) at the plate with a triple, a double, and four RBIs, while Morgan Noftz doubled, singled and drove in three runs. Kara Scherger chipped in two singles and three RBIs and Hailey Theis tallied two singles and a double with a RBI.
Lauren Ladd doubled and drove in two runs for New Riegel, while Lauren Zoeller and Brittany Gillig each had a pair of singles and a RBI.
Winning pitcher Taylor Kirian pitched three innings, giving up two earned runs on four hits with three strikeouts. Morgan Wurm took the loss for the Bucks (2-1) as she allowed eight earned runs on nine hits in 2-plus innings.
Maddie Boes and Sierra Hanes each drove in a run with a single.

New Riegel 20(12) 13x x — 18 16 0 Buckeye Central 002 00x x — 2 5 3
WP– Kirian (3-0). LP — Wurm (2-1). top hitters: (NR) Noftz 2B, 1B, 3 RBI; Arbogast 2B, 3B, 4 RBI; Scherger 2-1B, 3 RBI; Zoeller 2-1B, RBI; Gillig 2-1B, RBI; Ladd 2B, RBI; Theis 2-1B, 2B, RBI. (BC) Boes 1B, RBI; Hanes 1B, RBI.
records: New Riegel 3-0; Buckeye Central 2-1.

VAN BUREN — Van Buren broke a 4-4 tie with four unearned runs in the bottom of the fifth inning and held on to beat Miller City 9-6 Wednesday in a nonleague matchup.
Nichole Miller and Erin Neall had two hits apiece and Olivia Sattler and Robyn Flick each had a two-run single as Van Buren improved to 2-1. Miller (1-1) also struck out eight while notching the win in the circle.
Miller City (0-2) had 13 hits but committed four errors during Van Buren’s rally in the bottom of the fifth inning.
Alissa Schnipke hit three doubles and a single and drove in two runs with a 4-for-4 effort for Miller City. Janke Vanwezel and Tiffany Welty added two hits apiece.

Miller City 012 010 2 — 6 13 5 Van Buren 202 041 x — 9 10 1
WP — Miller (1-1). LP — Ricker (0-1). top hitters: (MC) Schnipke 3-2B, 1B, 2 RBI; Vanwezel 2-1B, RBI; Welty 2-1B, 2 RBI; Meyer 2B; Vennekotter 1B, RBI. (VB) Miller 2-1B; Neall 2-1B; Fultz 1B, RBI; Sattler 1B, 2 RBI; Flick 1B, 2 RBI.
records: Miller City 0-2; Van Buren 2-1.



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