St. Paul 7, Edison 4
Edison 5, St. Paul 0
MILAN — The Chargers and Flyers split a pair of games in their double-header on Saturday. St. Paul won the first game 7-4 while Edison earned the shutout 5-0 in Game 2.
Edison now owns a 4-4 mark on the season and travels to Clyde on Monday while St. Paul sits at 6-2 on the year and travels to undefeated Plymouth on Monday for a big Firelands Conference game.
Lakota 13, Monroeville 2
SANDUSKY — The Monroeville Eagles hosted Lakota at the Sports Force Park in Sandusky on Saturday falling 13-2.
The Eagles scored two runs in the third inning for their only runs of the game. They collected seven hits on the day. Austin Hanlon and Jaysen Sanders both recorded two hits while Gage Blackford, Gaven Eitle and Riley Miller added one each. Miller had a 2-RBI single in the third scoring Hanlon and Kevin Brown. Sanders had a double.
The Eagles fall to 3-3 on the season and travel to South Central on Monday.
Margaretta 8, Willard 1
Margaretta 14, Willard 0
CASTALIA — The Willard Flashes just couldn’t get anything going in a double-header at Margaretta.
The Flashes managed just one run in two games dropping both contests on Saturday afternoon. Willard scored its lone run in the sixth inning of Game 1 when Josh Buerger crossed the plate. The Flashes had four hits in the contest, two by Narcicio Resendez, one by Chad Hahl and one by Caleb Buerger.
Caleb Buerger took the loss on the mound giving up just four runs (two earned) on five hits in 4 1/3 innings of work. He struck out three.
In Game 2, the Flashes were held to just one hit collected by Jose Sandoval. Willard falls to 1-6 on the season and are back in action on Monday at Shelby.
Edison 10, St. Paul 4
Edison 11, St. Paul 1
MILAN — The Edison Chargers picked up a pair of softball wins on Saturday being St. Paul in a double-header.
In Game 1, Lauren Wolfe took the win throwing four innings allowing just four hits and one run with four strikeouts.
Offensively, Hailey Stoll collected three hits while scoring three times with two RBI and a double. Mariah Medina had a pair of hits and two RBI with a run scored. Morgan Scott collected three hits with a pair of RBI and two runs scored with a stolen base. Wolfe helped her own cause with two hits, an RBI, a run scored and a stolen base. McKenna Dodds had two hits, an RBI and a run scored while Jessica Stoll rounded out the offense with a 3-hit day with an RBI and a run.
In Game 2, Brooke Yates took the win on the mount tossing three innings giving up four hits and a run with five strikeouts.
Hailey Stoll added a pair of hits including a triple, two RBI and a stolen base. Scott added a hit with an RBI and two runs scored while Wolfe had three hits with two RBI, two runs and a home run. Jessica Stoll had a pair of hits including a double while Danda added a hit and two runs scored.
Edison improves to 4-3 on the season and travels to Clyde on Monday.
St. Paul falls to 0-6 on the year and travels to Plymouth on Monday.
Monroeville 3, Lakota 0
MONROEVILLE — Carley Helmstetter’s one-hitter led the Lady Eagles to another win on Saturday against Lakota 3-0.
Helmstetter threw a complete game shutout allowing just one hit with nine strikeouts and three walks.
Offensively, the Eagles were led by the big bats of Paige Schafer and Brooke Kime. Each of them added a pair of hits with Kime adding a double. Courtney Kraft and Taylor Reer added a hit and an RBI a piece. Ashlyn Tommas added a hit giving the Eagles seven for the day. Tommas, Schafer and Kime each scored runs.
The Eagles scored one run in each of the first three innings to give Helmstetter the lead.
The Eagles improve to 4-1 on the season and are back in action on Monday traveling to South Central.
Norwalk girls 14, Norwalk boys 24.5
LEXINGTON — The Norwalk boys’ and girls’ track teams traveled to Lexington for the Lexington Invitational featuring 13 boys’ teams and 13 girls’ teams.
The Norwalk boys took 12th place with 24.5 points while the Norwalk girls also took 12th with 14 points. Stongsville took boys boys’ and girls’ titles.
In the 4x800-meter relay, the girls’ team of Lauryn Maloney, Kaelyn Harkness, Bethany Cring and Jada Thomas took sixth place with a time of 10:28.75. In the boys’ 4x1,600-meter relay, the team of Ethan Bores, Jose Dominguez, Mitchell Sommers and Matthew Neuberger took eighth with a time of 20:39.61.
In the girls’ 100-meter dash, Jasmine Thomas ran a 13/98 in the preliminaries. In the boys’ 100-meter dash, Chris Tuttle qualified for the finals with a preliminary time of 12.08 and ran a 12.22 in the finals to finish in seventh place. In the girls’ 4x200-meter relay, the team of Ashten Morrow, Mascie Horner, Samantha Rospert and Paige Maurer finished in 12th with a time of 2:00.76.
In the boys’ 4x200-meter relay, the team of Rashod Raymore, Chris Tuttle, Caleb Robinson and Carson Shorber took 12th with a time of 1:44.81.
In the girls’ 1,600-meter run, Elyse Coe took 15th with a time of 6:07.12 and Mara Berry took 20th with a 6:26.08. In the boys’ 1,600-meter run, Julian Go took 19th with a 4:59.09. In the girls’ 4x100 relay, the team of Ashten Morrow, Mascie Horner, Samantha Rospert and Paige Maurer took 12th with a 56.34.
In the boys’ 4x100-meter relay, the team of Caleb Robinson, Carson Shober, Chris Tuttle and Tyler Horning took seventh with a 46.81. In the girls’ 400-meter run, Kelsey McQuillen took 15th with a 67.85 while Haleigh Skinner took 17th with a 72.64 and in the boys’ 400-meter run, Gabe Phillips took 15th with a 57.08 while Davis Wilkinson took 22nd with a 61.81.
In the girls’ 300-meter hurdles, Rebecca Norman took 18th with a 58.87. In the boys’ 300-meter hurdles, Brandon Wise took 16th with a 46.41 and Gabriel Hainline took 23rd with a 54.24. In the girls 800-meter run, Kendall Bigler took 16th with a 2:41.55 and in the boys’ 800-meter run, Jad Ogelsby took 16th with a 2:11.63 while Mitchell Sommers took 20th with a 2:15.37.
In the girls’ 200-meter dash, Jasmine Thomas ran a 27.96 and Mascie Horner ran a 28.70 in the preliminaries. In the boys’ 200-meter dash, Alec Maloney ran a 24.42and Tyler Horning ran a 25.36 in the preliminaries. In the girls’ 3,200-meter run, Janie Dominguez ran a 13:53.33 while Allison Reyna ran a 15:48.41.
In the boys’ 3,200 meter run, Chris Mohr took 12th with a 10:40.51 and Ethan Bores took 14th with a 10:44.18. In the girls’ 4x400-meter relay, the team of Lauryn Maloney, Bethany Cring, Kaelyn Harkness and Kendall Bigler took seventh with a 4:25.94. In the boys’ 4x400-meter relay, the team of Gabe Phillips, Brandon Wise, Alec Maloney and Jose Dominguez took 11th with a 3:47.83.
Norwalk boys’ pole vaulter Jake Sommers took first place in the event with a vault of 13-feet. Jada Thomas took second in the long jump with a leap of 15-07.50 while Haleigh Skinner took 21st with an 11-07.25. In the boys’ long jump, Tyler horning took 14th with a 16-07 and Cobey Kromer took 20th with a 14-06. Kaden Livingston took fifth in the high jump with a leap of 5-08.
In the girls’ shot put, Helaina Rhineberger took 10th with a 28-03.50 and Haley Ziemba took 11th with a 28-00.75. Wesley Dendinger took 11th in the boys’ shot put with a 41-09 and Jacob Hager took 24th with a 31-05.75. Haley Ziemba took eighth in the girls’ discus with a toss of 85-feet. Carmen Krichbaum took 16th with a toss of 77-05. Wesley Dendinger took sixth in the boys’ discus with a toss of 130-05 and Matthew Skinner threw the discus 101-02.