Slider Lifts Paden City Baseball to Strong Win Over St. Marys
PADEN CITY — Trey Slider fanned 10 batters and lifted Paden City to a 4-3 victory over a strong St. Marys (12-3) team.
Ryan Cross supplied two hits and two RBI for the Wildcats (9-7) and Clayton Thomas added a hit and a RBI.
Barnesville 17, River 0, 5 inn.
HANNIBAL–The Shamrocks (7-0) remained unbeaten and atop the OVAC Class 3A standings as Gage Hannahs (2 strikeouts, 3 walks) and Riley Tubaugh (3 strikeouts, 1 walk) teamed on a 1-hitter.
Brandon Bailey led off the second with a double for the Pilots’ (3-2) lone hit.
Barnesville scored 10 times in the top of the first and was never threatened.
Alex Meade doubled twice and accounted for three runs batted in. Hunter Carpenter added two singles that knocked in a pair. Jared Kernan singled, doubled and picked up an RBI. Zack Thompson and Cade Hannahs each had two singles, with Thompson driving in a run.
The Shamrocks host the Pilots on Wednesday.
St. Clairsville 7, Bellaire 2
NEFFS–The Red Devils (6-3) scored five times in the top of the seventh to rally past the Big Reds (2-8) on John Blacker Field.
Peyton Drake doubled in a run for St. Clairsville. Dustin Carrothers, Jakob Jarvis and Will Balgo had RBI singles.
Derek Witsberger worked five innings to earn the win. He fanned four and walked a pair.
Cole Porter singled twice for Bellaire. Cole Runyan had an RBI single.
The Red Devils play at Wheeling Park today before they meet Bellaire again Wednesday at Memorial Park in St. Clairsville.
Harrison Central 6, Union Local 4
CADIZ–The Huskies (4-4) received a route-going performance from Skylar Mazeroski on the mound in defeating the Jets (4-7). He struck out six and walked two. Sam Santille had two singles and an RBI. Kobe Mitchell doubled in another.
Ayden Smolira tripled in two runs for Union Local. Dakota Hess singled twice to knock in a run.
The Huskies host Steubenville today.
Indian Creek 14, Buckeye Local 8
CONNORVILLE — The Indian Creek baseball team defeated Buckeye Local at Bill Mazeroski Field.
Coy Amis struck out four and walked three. He also had a hit and a RBI.
Colton Wietfeld led the Redskins (3-4) at the plate with two hits and three RBI.
Alan Burkett and Fred Hurtler both had three hits for the Panthers (5-2), while Drake Novak and Daniel Kelley had two RBIs each.
Toronto 11, East Palestine 1
TORONTO — The Toronto baseball team got back in the win column, topping East Palestine in five innings, 11-1.
Nick Chetock had two singles and an RBI and Nick Sninchak had a double, a single and three RBIs.
Tyler Consolidated 15, St. John 13
BELLAIRE — JoLee Walton smacked two doubles and two singles, while picking up the win for Tyler Consolidated over St. John.
Audrey Dennis added three doubles for the Silver Knights.
Kyla Kull homered, singled and drove in two for the Irish.
Martins Ferry 9, Edison 8
MARTINS FERRY — Aubrey Braun hit a walk-off home run in the bottom of the eighth inning as streaking Martins Ferry (7-3) rallied past Edison in 8 innings on the Rider Little League Baseball Field.
Braun’s blast capped a wild final three innings where the Purple Riders trailed 6-1 heading to the bottom of the sixth when they tallied three times. Then, after the Wildcats (5-4) scored twice in the top of the seventh for an 8-4 advantage, Maria Clark’s three-run homer capped a 4-run outburst that deadlocked the contest, and set the stage for Braun’s dramatics.
Clark finished with four runs batted in, while Braun added an RBI single. Sidne Sidon singled twice and doubled while Alea Funkhouser singled and doubled. Hunter Pollock drove home two runs.
Abby Bumbico fanned 10 before giving way to Haleigh Boyer who picked up the win.
The Purple Riders, who sit in second place in the OVAC Class 4A standings, host Buckeye Local today.
Valley 19, Hundred 9
PINE GROVE — Shyanne Moore compiled three hits and two RBI, while Megan Brown struck out five to earn the win for Valley over Hundred.
Sydney Bucher tallied two hits and a RBI for the Lumberjills (3-3).
Shadyside 10, Bridgeport 4
BRIDGEPORT — Kelly Hendershot and Collin Holmes each delivered two singles, a double and two RBI to lead Shadyside past Bridgeport.
The Bulldogs were led by Matt Foutty, who belted a home run and knocked in two.
Harrison Central 15
Union Local 5, 5 inn.
CADIZ–The Huskies (9-2) broke open a 7-5 contest with seven runs in the bottom of the fourth inning and sealed it in the fifth when the 10-run mercy rule went into affect.
Kobe Johnson slugged her fifth home run of the season — a 2-run shot in the uprising — and added a run-scoring single. Jenna Young laced a trio of one-base raps that produced two runs, while winning pitcher Kaylee Elliott rapped two singles and collected two RBI.
Elliott and Sarah Touville combined on a 4-hitter.
Britton Positano, Madison Young and Danyel Beadling all singled twice and drove in a run each.
Bailey Rinkes clubbed a grand slam homer for the Jets (2-8). Casey Kildow had the other RBI.
Harrison Central travels to Sugarcreek today to meet Garaway.
Barnesville 17, Shenandoah 0
BARNESVILLE–The Shamrocks (7-5) received no-hit pitching from Madison Detling in their blanking of the Zeps (0-11) at Memorial Park.
Detling struck out a career-high 12 and walked a pair. She also tripled, homered and drove in four runs. Desti Broomhall smacked a single, triple and two-run homer, while Regan Hanlon singled, doubled and drove in a run. Mikeala West and Jaiden Butler evenly split four RBI.
Barnesville hosts Cambridge today.
St. Clairsville 5, Bellaire 0
ST. JOE–Jenna Jaskowiak scattered four hits while fanning six and walking one as the Red Devils (6-3) blanked the Big Reds (7-6) on the Bellaire Middle School diamond.
Taylor Gallentine singled three times, doubled and knocked in two runs. Bree Bennington slugged a two-run homer and singled, while Hannah Thoburn, Paris Stachyra and Dekotah Namack all doubled.
Natalie Stoner doubled for Bellaire.
The Big Reds welcome Oak Glen today for a 4:30 doubleheader. The Red Devils host Monroe Central.
Indian Creek 10, Buckeye Local 3
CONNORVILLE–The Redskins (6-2) scored eight times in the first three innings and never looked back against the host Panthers (2-6).
Camryn Case had three singles and an RBI for Buckeye Local. Kya Demeter had an RBI double. Jordyn Spencer singled in another.
Buckeye Local plays at Martins Ferry today.
Shadyside 13, River 9
SHADYSIDE–The Tigers (5-5) avenged an earlier loss to the Pilots (4-4) as Haleigh Osman accounted for three runs batted in.
Kiley Jo Baker and Izzy Swords evenly divided four singles and a like number of RBI for Shadyside. Sydni Destifanes added a single and triple. Holly Butler singled twice.
Katie Rufener drove in three runs with two singles and a double for River. Livi Rose, Katie Lively and Jonah Moeller all singled, doubled and drove in a run. Riley Lallathin homered.
Oak Glen 4, Brooke 0
NEW MANCHESTER — The Oak Glen softball team used a strong pitching performance from Madison McKay to top Brooke.
McKay struck out 14 batters, while throwing a complete-game, two-hitter.
Lexi Andrews led the Golden Bears offense with two hits. Hannah Walker and Eileen Flowers had RBIs for Oak Glen.
Landyn Haynes and Kloee Billick had the hits for the Bruins.
Linsly 7, Steubenville Catholic 0
WHEELING — Rachel Ekanem and Caitlin Mead, along with Lakin Snider and Selina Zhu all teamed up for doubles shutouts, while earning singles shutouts, as well in a Linsly triumph over Steubenville Catholic.
Linsly 6, Steubenville 1
WHEELING — Nick White and Ray White each turned in shutouts in singles action to lift Linsly over Steubenville Catholic.