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Catching you up on the latest in high school spring sports

• Apr 12, 2017 at 10:03 PM


Plymouth 11, Willard 1

PLYMOUTH — Back-to-back five run innings put the game away for the the Big Red in Wednesday’s non-conference game against the Crimson Flashes.

Seth Bailey continued his terror at the dish for Plymouth with two hits, including a double, and four runs batted in. Mitchell Chaffins and AJ Hamman both added two hits.

Bailey earned the win on the mound, giving up only two hits and fanning seven.


Huron 8, Edison 3

HURON — The Chargers just couldn’t get anything going in Wednesday’s Sandusky Bay Conference loss to the Tigers.

Edison committed seven errors in the contest.

Richard Crooks shouldered the pitching loss, allowing eight runs, one earned, on six hits, while striking out a pair.

Thomas Oeder and Nick Frederick each notched an RBI, as Frederick also recorded a double.


Loudonville 8, N. London 1

LOUDONVILLE — The Wildcats struggled in their seven-run loss to the Redbirds.

Derek Smith tallied two hits, followed by Peyton Wilson with an RBI and a hit and Brock Rankine added a double.

Joe Christoph suffered the loss, allowing four earned runs on seven hits to go with five K’s.



Edison 12, Huron 2

HURON — The Lady Chargers scored early and often in Wednesday’s rout over the Tigers in an SBC matchup.

Edison put up four runs in the first inning and did not let up.

Lauren Wolf picked up the win in the circle, allowing just two earned runs on fours hits while striking out a pair.

Offensively, Wolf was 3 of 4 with an RBI and two runs scored. Hailey Stoll collected three hits, including a double, two stolen bases and an RBI. Jessica Stoll blasted a three-run home run, while Hannah Vitaz and Grace Houser each added a hit and plated a run.


N. Riegel 5, Willard 1

NEW RIEGEL — Although the Lady Crimson Flashes were able to tally a run in the top of the first inning, they could not find the plate for the remainder of Wednesday’s non-conference contest.

Willard totaled six hits in the contest. Madie Secor smacked a double and Cathern Hamons plated the lone run.

Makayla Schiffel took the pitching loss, allowing four earned runs on five hits.

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