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Strothers Homers As Park Hammers Brooke

WELLSBURG — Makiyah Strothers homered and drove in four runs as Wheeling Park downed Brooke 10-1 on Monday.

Faith Randolph was strong at the plate for the Patriots with a single, a double and two RBI, while Shelby Crow and Lauren Nolte each recorded a hit and a RBI and Hayley Thompson added a double. Delaney Theiss struck out five in the win.

Angelina Lippoli homered for Brooke.

Oak Glen 9, Weir 0

WEIRTON — Maddie McKay struck out 11 in a complete game shutout and Kenna Callahan singled, doubled, homered and drove in five runs as Oak Glen took down Weir.

Edison 10, Beaver Local 3

RICHMOND — Anna Wadas led Edison to victory over Beaver Local with three hits, including a home run. Savanna Ankrom, Becka Evans and Pam Johnson also collected two hits.

Martins Ferry 15, St. Clairsville 13

MARTINS FERRY – The Purple Riders rallied from as many as seven runs down to remain undefeated Monday.

The Purple Riders and Red Devils combined for 32 hits, but the Purple Riders scored 11 in their final two at bats of the game to snag the win.

Lauren McFarland had three singles and six RBI, while Nevaeh Hall had a home run, single and dove in two. Senior Maria Clak posted a double, two singles and three RBI. Hunter Pollock had a double, single and two RBI. Taylor Bell and Danielle Lude each drove in a run.

The Red Devils received a home run, three singles from Hannah Thoburn. Junior slugger Abby Salisbury had a home run and three RBI. Emily Dubinski had three singles and dove in six. Makenna Moran posted two singles and drove in a run, while Alex Hale had three singles. Noel Habig doubled in a run.

Barnesville 8, Union Local 3

BARNESVILLE – The Shamrocks continued their strong early season, defeating the rival Jets and improved to 3-0.

Jasmine Caldwell picked up the win in the circle. Lilly Welch fueled the offense with a single, double and three RBI. Madelynn Tyson had a RBI single and Kynlie Cline had a double.

Marissa McGary drove in a run for the Jets and junior Torre Kildow had two singles.

Harrison Central 18

East Liverpool 0

EAST LIVERPOOL – The Huskies (5-2) run-ruled the Potters for the second time in a week as Tristen Kovarik and Sarah Touville combined on a five-inning no-hitter. Each pitcher had three strikeouts.

Touville was also one of four Harrison Central players with a trio of runs batted in as she singled twice and doubled.

Maddy Butler also had three ribbies with a pair of singles and a two-bagger, while Kaylin Ledger had a three-run double. Kaylee Banal had three one-base raps and drove in a run. Jenna Young had two singles and three RBI.

Shenandoah 7, Monroe Central 5

SARAHSVILLE – The Zeps pushed across six runs in their final two at bats to knock off the Seminoles.

Talented sophomore Mya Leach was the winner in the circle in relief. She also had a triple and two singles. Charli Wickham had a home run and three RBI.

Trista Morris and Reagan Hamilton each had a single and two RBI to pace the Seminoles.

BASEBALL

Williamstown 7

Tyler Consolidated 1

SISTERSVILLE — In a battle of top Class A teams in West Virginia, Williamstown took this battle over Tyler Consolidated.

Ty Walton provided Tyler’s lone hit of the game and drove in a run. He also fanned 10 on the hill.

Oak Glen 6, Wheeling Central 5

NEW CUMBERLAND — Petyon Toepfer provided two hits and a RBI but Wheeling Central fell to Oak Glen.

Parkersburg South 8

John Marshall 6

GLEN DALE — Parkersburg South scored six runs in the seventh inning to tie the game and pulled off the win in extra innings over John Marshall.

Catcher Gage Mikels turned in two hits and two RBI for the Monarchs, while Conner Blatt tallied a hit and a RBI and Noah Beckett knocked in two runs.

Madonna 12, Magnolia 1

WEIRTON — Matt Amaismeier tallied two hits and two RBI as Madonna routed Magnolia.

Steubenville 10, Indian Creek 4

WINTERSVILLE — Cooper Blackburn struck out seven in a complete game victory as Steubenville upended Indian Creek.

Buckeye Local 4, Toronto 2

TORONTO – Buckeye Local picked up its third straight win and arguably the biggest win of the Jeff Patrick era thanks to a victory at state-ranked Toronto.

The Panthers received solid pitching from Matt Scott. He worked the distance and had three strikeouts. He also drove in a run. Jacob Berry had a double, two singles and drove in a run. Trey Hoover had two singles.

Harrison Central 12

East Liverpool 0

EAST LIVERPOOL – The Huskies completed the season sweep of the Potters on Monday in six innings.

Tre Rex was the winner on the mound with 10 strikeouts. He also had two singles.

Junior catcher Treston Nemeth had four singles, a double and drove in a run. Cabot Arbaught drove in two runs and had a double. Trace Rutter drove in two runs with a single and a double.

Cambridge 7, Bellaire 2

CAMBRIDGE – The Big Reds could only muster two singles against the Bobcats on Monday.

Caleb Bond paced Cambridge at the plate with two doubles and three RBI.

Kaden Banal and Chance Maffe drove in a run for the Big Reds.

Paden City 2, Bridgeport 1

PADEN CITY – The host Wildcats overcame five errors and a strong pitching effort from Bridgeport’s C.J. Fouty to post the win.

Fouty struck out 10 and threw a one-hitter, but suffered the loss.

Cirian Flanagan drove in a run for Bridgeport.

COLLEGE

GOLF

WLU Fifth After Day 1

WHEELING, W.Va. – The West Liberty University men’s golf team fought its way to a top five spot in a loaded 12-team field here Monday as the first day of the West Liberty Invitational concluded at Oglebay Resort’s Palmer Course.

There’s a five-way tie for the medal lead at 7-under-par 135. West Liberty’s Alex Easthom is just one shot off the pace at 136 after following up a 1-under-par 70 in his morning round with a 5-under-par 66 in the afternoon. Fellow senior Howard Peterson IV is also under par after shooting 71-70 for the first two rounds.

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