H.S. Results for 4/20: Centerville knocks off Vandalia in extras


Jake Whisman’s bases-loaded sacrifice fly in the eighth inning helped Centerville pull off a thrilling 7-5 win over Vandalia in baseball action Thursday.

Alex Firsdon notched the save and Tyler Rahe the win in relief for Centerville. Jared Lieberman added a 3-for-3 night at the plate.

Damon Dues paced Vandalia, the No. 3 ranked team in the state, with three basehits.

Centerville improved to 9-5; Vandalia fell to 15-2.

Baseball

Lebanon 8, West Carrollton 7: Nick Taylor hit a game-tying single and Conor Schmitt followed up with a walk-off hit to help Lebanon get its 13th consecutive win. Taylor tallied three hits and A.J. Fritz added two to lead Lebanon offensively. Noah Martin and Josh Knox both doubled and Austin Tipton drove in three runs for West Carrollton.

West Liberty-Salem 6, Jackson Center 0: Ben Hyland punched out eight while taking a no-hitter into the sixth inning for West Liberty-Salem. Cayden Whitman provided some offense with a two-run double and a RBI single.

Miami East 10, National Trail 0: Peyton Lane and Isaac Plankenhorn collected hits but Trail couldn’t get the offense started against East.

St. Henry 10, New Knoxville 0: Matt Siefring tossed a no-hitter, striking out six over five innings for St. Henry. Parker Link, Conner Bruggeman and Nate Lefeld each had a pair of hits.

Anna 10, Fort Loramie 1: Colin Wuebker scored three runs and Seth Stiefel and Nathan Frilling plated three runs apiece to lead Anna. Tyler Siegel was 2-for-3 with a double for Loramie.

Riverside 15, Hardin Northern 1: Hunter Kreglow hit two home runs, including a grand slam, driving in seven in an impressive performance for Riverside.

Softball

Ben Logan 15, Urbana 1: Jazmine McKeen homered and drove in four, Tahlsa Bowshier homered and brought in two and Darian Rockhold earned the win on the mound to lead Ben Logan.

Covington 13, Tri-County North 2: Justice Warner went 4-for-4 and Lexie Long doubled twice to lead Covington. Riley Cruse had a home run for TCN.

National Trail 13, Miami East 2: Kerestin Nugent went 3-for-4 with two RBI, Davlyn Werner was 2-for-3 with a double, triple and three RBI and Elizabeth Glander struck out eight while earning the win on the mound for Trail.

Boys Tennis

Trotwood-Madison 3, West Carrollton 0: In a rain-shortened match, Kobe Vinegar and Mouhamadou Seck picked up singles wins for Trotwood.

Greenville 4, Vandalia 0: Craig Manges and Branson Leigeber tallied singles wins for Greenville. Noah Haupt and Brandon Kreger were in the third set in the first singles match when rain interrupted play.

Waynesville 4, Preble Shawnee 1: James Schneider and David Muth both grabbed singles wins for Waynesville. Preble’s Pierce Elliot defeated Gehrig Habermehl in first singles.

Edgewood 3, Little Miami 2: Trey Moore and David Winter both notched singles wins for Edgewood.

SCORES LIST

Baseball

Wednesday’s Results

Oakwood 8, Bellbrook 1

Kenton Ridge 10, Greenon 4

Hamilton 10, Sycamore 4

Eaton 9, Valley View 5

Madison 10, Northridge 2

Belmont 16, Meadowdale 3

Northmont 11, West Carrollton 5

Fairfield 8, Princeton 7

Northeastern 15, Madison Plains 1

Indian Lake 11, Triad 6

Cedarville 14, Yellow Springs 2

Urbana 8, Ben Logan 6

Chaminade Julienne 7, Purcell Marian 0

Fenwick 9, McNicholas 5

Northwest 12, Ross 2

Franklin 9, Brookville 8

Carlisle 14, Dixie 0

Tippecanoe 11, Xenia 1

Lakota West 7, Mason 6

Twin Valley South 8, Franklin Monroe 7

Waynesville 5, Milton Union 0

Miami East 5, Tri-Village 1

Thursday’s Results

Anna 10, Fort Loramie 1

Miami East 10, National Trail 0

Riverside 15, Hardin Northern 1

Lebanon 8, West Carrollton 7

Troy 8, Tecumseh 3

Fairmont 12, Talawanda 3

Bellefontaine 5, Greenon 0

St. Henry 10, New Knoxville 0

Roger Bacon 7, Alter 6

West Liberty-Salem 6, Jackson Center 0

Centerville 7, Vandalia 5

Softball

Wednesday’s Results

Kenton Ridge 10, Greenon 0

Carroll 20, Roger Bacon 13

Spg. Shawnee 16, Triad 5

McNicholas 9, Fenwick 6

Northmont 1, Beavercreek 0

Monroe 8, Badin 7

Greenville 12, Trotwood-Madison 0

Ponitz 18, Dunbar 12

Ross 17, Northwest 2

Tri-County North 14, Mississinawa Valley 4

Fairborn 9, Stebbins 2

Covington 13, Bethel 1

Northeastern 5, Xenia 1

Centerville 7, Fairmont 0

Eaton 10, Valley View 0

Fairfield 7, Hamilton 2

Tri-Village 22, Miami East 0

Oak Hills 12, Middletown 0

Talawanda 19, Mount Healthy 4

Yellow Springs 9, Cedarville 6

Franklin Monroe 10, Twin Valley South 6

Carlisle 13, Dixie 0

Chaminade Julienne 10, Purcell Marian 0

Thursday’s Results

Anna 16, Fort Loramie 5

Arcanum 19, Ansonia 6

Covington 13, Tri-County North 2

Benjamin Logan 15, Urbana 1

Northwestern 5, Kenton Ridge 4

Bellefontaine 6, Greenon 4

Chaminade Julienne 13, Purcell Marian 0

Bradford 14, Tri-Village 10

National Trail 13, Miami East 2

Boys Tennis

Wednesday’s Results

Sidney 5, Bellefontaine 0

Troy 5, Springfield 0

Waynesville 4, Greeneview 1

Spg. Shawnee 4, Greenon 1

Greenville 4, Lehman Catholic 1

Ross 5, Middletown 0

Tecumseh 4, Northeastern 1

Miami Valley 5, Valley View 0

Eaton 4, Preble Shawnee 1

Miamisburg 3, Trotwood-Madison 2

Thursday’s Results

Edgewood 3, Little Miami 2

Centerville 4, Springboro 1

Greenville 4, Vandalia 0

Trotwood 3, West Carrollton 0

Waynesville 4, Preble Shawnee 1

Centerville 4, Stebbins 1

Boys Volleyball

Wednesday’s Results

Alter 3, Purcell Marian 0

Beavercreek 3, Northmont 1

Thursday’s Results

Fairmont 3, Edgewood 0

Girls Lacrosse

Wednesday’s Results

Carroll 16, Fairmont 4

REPORTING RESULTS

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