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Cedarville upsets Tri-Village in sectional


Cedarville 11, Tri-Village 7: Kyle Oldiges paced Cedarville (9-18), going 5-for-5 with two doubles and three RBIs. Ryan Arnette went 3-for-4 with a double and picked up the win and Nick Arnette was 3-for-5 with two RBIs in this D-IV sectional. Cedarville advances to play Tri-County North on Wednesday at Covington.

Triad 5, Northridge 2: Trent McIntyre went 2-for-4 and closed out the game on the mound for host Triad (24-4) in this D-III sectional. Triad advances to play Miami East on Wednesday at Urbana.

Southeastern 7, Xenia Christian 5: Visiting Southeastern broke a 5-5 tie with two runs in the top of the seventh in this D-IV sectional. Duncan Mercer and Zane Grove each had two RBIs. Southeastern advances to play Arcanum on Wednesday at Covington.

West Liberty-Salem 13, National Trail 8: Host WLS scored seven runs in the bottom of the sixth for this Division III sectional win. Cole Wilson had three RBIs and Spencer Whitcraft, Kyle Crawford and Grant Burden each drove in two runs. WLS advances to play Versailles on Wednesday at Tippecanoe.

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