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High school sports roundup for April 3


Dayton

 

H.S. baseball

Vandalia 2, Tippecanoe 1: Jake Larger pitched a complete game to improve to 2-0 and Logan Mann singled in both runs for Vandalia (3-0). Ben Hughes went 3-for-3 for the Tippecanoe (2-1).

Chaminade Julienne 3, Xenia 0: Kyle Shoup struck out four in a two-hit shutout, Will Duffy had a double and Chandler Spees went 2-for-3 for CJ (1-1).

Lebanon 6, Kings 2 : Christian Steele went 2-for-3 and knocked in the go-ahead run in the seventh inning for Lebanon (3-0).

Madison 10, Milton-Union 0: Randy Davis went 2-for-3 with 3 RBIs and starter Tyler Henry improved to 2-0 for Madison (4-1).

Springboro 7, Talawanda 2: Austin Woodby struck out six and allowed one earned run in a complete game for Springboro (1-3).

Waynesville 19, Preble Shawnee 0: Andrew Magoto went 3-for-3 and drove in four runs and starter A.J. Lezotte struck out 8 to pick up the win for Waynesville (3-0).

Carlisle 6, Northridge 2: Starter Levi Boyer (1-0) took a no-hitter into the seventh inning for the Carlisle Indians (4-1).

Oakwood 13, Fenwick 6: Markus Neff went 5-for-5 and Oakwood improved to 2-0.

Troy 8, Spg. Shawnee 3: Dylan Cascaden went 2-for-3 with a RBI and starter Ben Langdon improved to 2-0 for Troy (3-1).

Beavercreek 6, Piqua 5: Dan Hayes came in to pitch in the seventh inning and hit a two-run walkoff single in the bottom of the seventh for the win for ‘Creek (2-1).

 

H.S. softball

Greenville 8, West Carrollton 7: A West Carrollton (1-2) rally fell just short after they plated six runs in the seventh to pull within a run of undefeated Greenville (5-0). Starter Ally Russell picked up her fifth win for Greenville.

Franklin 7, Vandalia 6: Senior Jill Bunnell belted a solo home run in the top of the eighth to keep Franklin undefeated (6-0). Cassie Thompson had four hits, including a home run for Vandalia (0-2).  

Carroll 3, McNicholas 0: Starter Katlyn Mueller struck out 16 in a two-hit shutout for Carroll (1-1).

Springboro 13, Northridge 0: Starter Lauren Powell picked up the win and Morgan Storaci and Blair Schumacher each knocked in a pair of runs for ‘Boro (2-0).

Carlisle 15, Northridge 0: Hannah Henry knocked in five runs and starter Katie Morris moved to 2-0 for Carlisle (3-1).

Springfield 10, Graham 0: Starter Madison Taber struck out eight and Destinne Smith and Marah Jeffrey each knocked in a pair of runs for Springfield (1-1).

Waynesville 9, Preble Shawnee 8: Starter Carly Allen recorded 14 strikeouts and Emily Wells drove in the game-winner in the eighth inning for Waynesville (2-0).

 

Springfield

 

H.S. baseball

Springfield 9, Graham 4: Derek Williams had three hits and two RBIs to pace the Springfield Wildcats (2-1).

Kenton Ridge 9, Northeastern 1: Jordan Goodfellow and Marcus Lykins each knocked in two runs for the Kenton Ridge Cougars (2-1).

 

H.S. softball

Springfield 10, Graham 0: Starter Madison Taber struck out eight and Destinne Smith and Marah Jeffrey each knocked in a pair of runs for Springfield (1-1).

Kenton Ridge 12, Northeastern 11: Kenton Ridge (2-0) scored all 12 runs in the final three innings. Kenzie Tyson had the game-winning sac fly in the bottom of the seventh to score Monica Foster, who tripled to start the inning.

 

Hamilton

 

H.S. baseball

Edgewood 3, Grosse Point (MI) 1: Zach Griffin struck out six in a complete game and John Cornett and Ryan Hurst each knocked in a run for Edgewood (2-2).

Fairfield 12, Princeton 2: Dalton Hansel went 2-for-3 with a double and a pair of RBIs and starter Jake Gunnell picked up the win for Fairfield.

Hamilton 4, Lakota West 3: Jake Hyde plated all four runs, including a two-run homer, to lead a Hamilton (3-0) rally.

Lakota East 24, Sycamore 1: Jarett Rindfliesch had 6 RBI in the blowout for ‘East (2-1).

 

Middletown

 

H.S. baseball

Middletown 7, Colerain 4: Andrew Burton struck out five in a complete game, Aquiles Estepan went 3-for-3 at the plate and Jonathan Stone doubled and homered for the Middies (1-2).

Lebanon 6, Kings 2 : Christian Steele went 2-for-3 and knocked in the go-ahead run in the seventh inning for the Lebanon Warriors (3-0).

Madison 10, Milton-Union 0: Randy Davis went 2-for-3 with 3 RBIs and starter Tyler Henry improved to 2-0 for the Madison Mohawks (4-1).

Edgewood 3, Grosse Point (MI) 1: Zach Griffin struck out six in a complete game and John Cornett and Ryan Hurst each knocked in a run for Edgewood (2-2).

Springboro 7, Talawanda 2: Austin Woodby struck out six and allowed one earned run in a complete game for the Springboro Panthers (1-3).

Carlisle 6, Northridge 2: Starter Levi Boyer (1-0) took a no-hitter into the seventh inning for the Carlisle Indians (4-1).

 

H.S. softball

Franklin 7, Vandalia 6: Senior Jill Bunnell belted a solo home run in the top of the eighth to keep Franklin undefeated (6-0). Cassie Thompson had four hits, including a home run for Vandalia (0-2).  

Springboro 13, Northridge 0: Starter Lauren Powell picked up the win and Morgan Storaci and Blair Schumacher each knocked in a pair of runs for ‘Boro (2-0).

Carlisle 15, Northridge 0: Hannah Henry knocked in five runs and starter Katie Morris moved to 2-0 for Carlisle (3-1).


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