Northmont opens season with rally win over Fairborn

The Northmont baseball team rallied with three runs in the bottom of the seventh to edge Fairborn 4-3 on Saturday.

Trailing 3-1, the Thunderbolts put a pair of runners on base on errors. Tyler Liddy’s RBI single plated Thomas Walsh to cut the deficit to one run. Austin Kossoudji singled home Cameron Reaman to tie the game. With the bases loaded, Tanner Lee worked a walk to plate the game-winning run.

Troy 1, Oakwood 0: Jordan Peck threw a complete game shutout, allowing three hits and striking out seven. Tyler Lambert drove in the lone run in the second inning for the Trojans.

Troy 11, Oakwood 8: Troy trailed 8-3 heading in to the bottom of the fifth where Brandon Emery’s three-run triple capped off a five-run inning to tie the game. The Trojans took the lead for good in the bottom of the sixth as Austin Barney belted a home run and Hayden Kotwica drove in a pair with a double.

Fenwick 2, Talawanda 1: Talawanda’s Lane Dougherty launched a home run with one out in the top of the seventh to spoil Fenwick pitcher Drew O’Brien’s no-hitter attempt. O’Brien finished with seven strikeouts.

Vandalia Butler 4, Coldwater 3: Winning relief pitcher Tyler Burley connected on a two-run single in the bottom of the seventh for the walk-off win.

Madeira 2, Fairmont 1: Madeira’s Eddie Schroeder smacked a two-run home run in the fifth inning to ruin a solid start from Fairmont pitcher Drew Duckro. Drew Gudgell drove in Trevor Cukovecki for the only Firebirds tally.

Wayne 8, Sidney 0: James Harness struck out 10 to lead Wayne. Nick Chaffman had three RBIs for the Warriors.

Wayne 11, Sidney 2: Patrick Schwartz earned the victory, striking out four in three innings.

Xenia 7, Northeastern 1: Pitcher Alex Bolka went 3-for-3 at the plate and struck out seven in the complete game victory. T.J. Oliver had a pair of hits and two RBIs for the Buccaneers.

St. Henry 4, Covington 1: Junior pitcher Matt Siefring allowed one hit in his first varsity start and struck out six. Ryan Luttmer and Mitchel Stammen drove in runs for the Redskins.

Tippecanoe 1, Chaminade Julienne 0: Aaron Hughes picked up the complete game win for Tipp holding the Eagles to just three hits. Hughes drove in the lone run for the Red Devils. Mark Barhorst had two hits for CJ.

Bellefontaine 3, Kent Roosevelt 1: Tyler Jones went the distance on the mound to earn the win for the Chieftains in a game played at Wright State. Cole Braun, Sam Martz and Clay Wisner each had RBIs for Bellefontaine.

Triad 4, Tecumseh 3: Triad prevailed with a walk-off win in 13 innings. Trent McIntyre got a no-decision, striking out seven in four innings, and added three hits, including the game-winning RBI knock.

Elder 2, Centerville 1: Elder plated the game-winner in the bottom of the 8th.

Tri-County North 13, Dixie 1: Garrett Woodyard and Jordan Overcash had three RBIs apiece and Chandler Sproles had three hits and two RBIs.

Tri-County North 14, Dixie 0: Chandler Sproles allowed 3 hits and struck out 10 in the complete game shutout. Sproles continued to shine offensively going 4-for-4 with three RBIs. Tanner Booth added a pair of doubles for the Panthers.

Franklin Monroe 3, New Bremen 2: Cade McGlinch drew a bases-loaded walk in the bottom of the ninth to give the Jets the win.


Greenville 7, Wayne 4: Allison Minnich picked up the win for the Green Wave.

Greenville 11, Milton-Union 1: Sydney Grote tossed a no-hitter in her first varsity start, striking out six. Karsyn Shaffer tripled and homered and had 5 RBIs. Cassie Cromwell added a three-run home run for Greenville.

Tecumseh 4, Springfield 1: Jessica Wilson struck out 11 in the complete game win. Micaela Pierson homered and drove in two for the Arrows.

Tecumseh 15, Springfield 2: Pitcher Ashley Fite belted a grand slam and finished with seven RBIs. Micaela Pierson doubled and drove in three runs for Tecumseh.

Northwestern 8, Newton 2: Jenna Robbins struck out 9 to earn the win and also went 3-for-3 with a double at the plate.

Northwestern 13, Newton 3: Jenna Robbins doubled, homered, and drove in three runs for the Warriors. Miranda Gillman got the win.

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