Swiger Helps Lift Oak Glen to 7-6 Victory Over Magnolia
NEW MANCHESTER – Alec Swiger had two singles and drove in two runs to lift Oak Glen to a big 7-6 victory over Magnolia Thursday.
Zac Porter picked up the victory, striking out six and walking three and he also doubled.
Alex Schuman had three singles and Bub Haddox a single and a double.
Zack Willhoite had eight strikeouts and walked two and was the pitcher of record for the Blue Eagles
Jake Starkey had three hits while Tyler Anderson and Derek Blaine had two hits apiece.
Wheeling Central 9
WHEELING – Dillon Curtin went 3 for 4 with a double, two singles and Zach Krietchbaum tripled, singled and drove in two in a slugfest between the two city rivals.
Starter Jacob Auten helped himself at the plate, with a pair of singles and two RBI for Linsly (15-3) while Jameson Murray had two singles and knocked in two runs.
Brian Campbell had a double, single and three RBI, Jeff Gwynn ripped a pair of singles and drove in a pair of runs and Derek Yocke had two hits and knocked in a run.
Monroe Central 3
SHADYSIDE – Austin Dorris homered and singled and drove in four runs to lead Shadyside.
Dorris also picked up the victory on the mound, striking out seven and walking two.
Peter Frontz had a single and triple for the Seminoles. Bryan Duffy took the loss, striking out seven and walking two and he also doubled.
Buckeye Local 9
CONNORVILLE – Blaze Glenn doubled and had two singles to help Toronto to victory.
Glenn, who entered the game to pitch in the sixth, also earned the win when Toronto plated three runs in the top of the seventh.
Billy Solomon and Ryan Cline had two hits and Jaron McIntosh and Nate Stewart doubled.
Jared Moore had a double among his three hits for Buckeye Local and John Brokoski had two doubles and a single. Eric Williams doubled and singled and Chase Hopkins had a double.
John Marshall 2
Bishop Donahue 0
GLEN DALE – Trevor Hardesty stood out on the mound and at the plate,
The senior threw a complete-game, three-hit shutout, striking out three and walking none.
He also accounted for both Monarch runs with a two-run home run in the first inning. He also had a single.
Lane LeMasters had a double for Bishop Donahue.
Valley 10, Cameron 4
PINE GROVE – Brandon Stoneking had a huge day on offense and on the mound.
Stoneking homered and doubled and drove in three runs, and on the mound he fired a four hitter, striking out 12 in the process.
Colby Bucher had a double and three singles in the victory.
Austin Pegg had a double and two singles to account for three of the Dragons’ hits.
Parkersburg Catholic 15 Tyler Consolidated 5
KIDWELL – Andrew Cinalli went the distance in the Crusaders’ five-inning victory.
Jake Boice had three doubles and drove in a run to lead the onslaught.
Austin Thompson had a triple and a single and drove in a run for Tyler and Dillon Glover had a pair of singles and a RBI.
Indian Creek 7
WINTERSVILLE – Kai McClung went 3-for-4 with a double and two singles and drove in a pair of runs to lead the Big Red.
Niko Petrides and Lucas Herrington each had had two hits and drove in a run.
Paul Runkel picked up the complete-game victory for Steubenville.
Jimmy Bolyog had a double, triple and a run batted in for Indian Creek. Cole Yeater had two hits.
St. John 15, Hundred 3
BELLAIRE – Lance Williams had three hits, scored three runs and drove in two more as St. John rolled over Hundred.
Zac Shnegg had a pair of base hits, scored twice and had two RBI and Mason Kull had two singles, scored twice and knocked in a run.
Paden City 3
PADEN CITY – Freshman Hayden Hizer struck out seven and walked three and scattered seven hits to lead the Wildcats.
Hizer contributed a double while Michael Wilcox had two singles and two RBI.
Isaac Hall doubled in Paden City’s other run.
David Lemley and Tom Cropper had RBI doubles for the Cee-Bees.
BELLAIRE – Tyler Ramsey had a home run, a double and drove in four runs and Spencer Badia blasted a home run and had two singles as Bellaire outslugged Edison.
Hunter Westlake added a double and a single and drove in a run.
Philo 11, Barnesville 10
PHILO – Homestanding Philo scored four runs in the bottom of the seventh to earn the victory after Barnesville had scored five in the top of the inning to take the lead.
Patrick Henry, who had three singles, had the game-winning RBI for Philo.
Auston Hannahs and David Brown had three singles for Barnesville and Nathan Clark doubled and singled.