Carroll defeated Fairmont 3-2 on a walk-off single Tuesday night. Curtis Compton/ccompton@ajc.com

HS Roundup 5/14: Late-game heroics lead Carroll past Fairmont

It took all seven innings, but Carroll found a way.

Carroll defeated Fairmont on a walk-off hit from Trent Randall, scoring Jacob Maurer to secure the 3-2 win. Randall also had the start for Carroll, throwing five shutout innings, striking out three and allowing just two hits.

After Fairmont snuck in an unearned run in the sixth after an error and a single to take a 1-0 lead, Carroll tied it in the bottom of that inning with singles by Johnny Adkins and Martin O’Grady.

Fairmont grabbed the lead right back in the top of the seventh, however, forcing a late rally from Carroll. Steven Chapman kept the game alive with a two-out single in the bottom of the seventh and scored after a double from Maurer. With Maurer on second, Randall drove him in for the win.

SOFTBALL

District Tournament

Division II

Monroe 3, Chaminade Julienne 2: Monroe’s Sam Schwab single in the bottom of the seventh brought in the winning run for Monroe. Alyssa Wagner picked up the win and struck out 18 batters. Monroe sits at 18-3 on the season.

Division III

Benjamin Logan 7, Versailles 0: Olivia Roose had two hits, a home run and drove in two to pace Benjamin Logan. Grace Dearduff also hit a home run, and Kylie Frazier added two doubles and two RBI. The Lady Raiders are now 24-2 on the season.

Division IV

Mechanicsburg 19, Ansonia 0: Audrey Ayars hit a home run, while Megan Alspaugh, Francys King, Hanna DeLong (2) and Ayars all contributed doubles in the blowout victory for Mechanicsburg. King threw four shutout innings and Daytayviah Rodgers added another scoreless inning from the mound.

BASEBALL

The 2019 Southwestern Buckeye League All-League baseball squads were announced recently. For the Southwestern Division, Franklin’s Aaron Blake was selected as Player of the Year; Bellbrook’s Jayden Elliott was named Player of the Year; and Valley View coach Matt Gentry was tapped as Coach of the Year.

For the Buckeye division Waynesville’s Ryan Hill was selected as Player of the Year; Madison’s Tristen Sipple earned Pitcher of the Year honors; and Waynesville coach Brady Stone was named Coach of the Year.

The 2019 Midwest Athletic Conference All-Conference baseball squads were announced recently. Coldwater’s Jacob Wenning was selected as Player of the Year; Coldwater coach Brian Harlamert was tapped as Coach of the Year and Coldwater was named MAC Baseball Team Champion after finishing the conference schedule 9-0.

Sectional Tournament

Division I

Fairfield 5, Little Miami 2: Evan Verquer threw six innings, allowing just two runs to pace Fairfield. Jacob Sheriff doubled and Colin Singer smacked two doubles as Fairfield totaled 10 hits and four walks in the win.

Edgewood 10, Western Hills 2: Kody McCarley went the distance, striking out seven to pick up the win in Edgewood’s first sectional victory since 2013. Max Collett and Mason Whiteley each hit a double, with Collett scoring three runs and driving in two, and Dylan Marcum was 2-for-2 with two RBI.

Division II

Kenton Ridge 5, Urbana 1: Collin Perkins threw a complete game four-hitter as Kenton Ridge overcame Urbana. Chase Marrs went 3 for 4 with two doubles and Justin Mauer added two hits and two RBI. For Urbana, Nick Weyrich hit a home run to give Urbana its lone run.

Division IV

Tri-Village 2, Bradford 1: Dylan Finkbine led the way for Tri-Village, throwing a complete game with six strikeouts, one walk and two hits allowed. Trever Barrett went 2 for 2 with a run scored, Cody Eyer with 2 for 3 with a run scored. Mason Sullenbarger and Derek Eyer both knocked in a run.

Regular Season

Benjamin Logan 3, Fort Recovery 2: Garrett Dixon pitched Benjamin Logan to victory in a tight contest with Fort Recovery. Trace Tevis knocked in 2 runs amid two doubles; Cole Jones added a double too.

St. Henry 1, Celina 0: Sam Lefeld held Celina at bay, throwing a complete game, three-hit shutout for St. Henry. Andrew Lange doubled in the only run for St. Henry. Marc Siefring also doubled for St. Henry.

Van Wert 2, Coldwater 0: Parker Conrad and Nathan Temple both had multiple hits to pace Van Wert to the win. Owen Treece picked up the win on the mound.

Boys Volleyball

Carroll 3, Chaminade Julienne 0: John Brun had 21 kills for Carroll. Cannon Tucker added six and Braden Seymour had five. Braden Shelek and Max Herrmann added four and Ethan Perkins finished with 10 digs.

Fenwick 3, Alter 0: James Darnieder had 23 assists for Alter. Hank Hacker added 11 kills and a block for Alter in a losing effort. Collin Kepple had seven kills and 10 digs; Michael Johnston contributed 16 digs, all for Alter.

AREA RESULTS

PREP RESULTS

Baseball

Sectional Tournament

Tuesday’s Results

Division I

Carroll 3, Fairmont 2

Colerain 3, West Clermont 2

Edgewood 10, Western Hills 2

Elder 16, Winton Woods 0

Fairfield 5, Little Miami 2

Hamilton 3, Loveland 2

Harrison 6, Princeton 1

Lebanon 4, Talawanda 3

Middletown 12, Western Brown 2

Milford 11, Withrow 0

Northmont 2, Fairborn 0

Oak Hills 5, Sycamore 0

Piqua 4, Springfield 3

Sidney 10, Tecumseh 2

Stebbins 12, Belmont 0

St. Xavier 4, Northwest 1

Turpin 9, Walnut Hills 2

Wayne 6, Xenia 3

Division II

Alter 2, Eaton 0

Bellbrook 8, Greenville 0

Clinton-Massie 10, Batavia 5

Franklin 14, Dunbar 0

Fenwick 8, Goshen 0

Indian Hill 10, Hughes 0

Kenton Ridge 5, Urbana 1

McNicholas 26, Woodward

Monroe 8, New Richmond 2

Norwood 15, Shroder 4

Northwestern 12, Graham 11

Shawnee 11, Bellefontaine 1

Thurgood Marshall 20, Trotwood 5

Tippecanoe 28, Meadowdale 0

West Carrollton 7, Oakwood 1

Wilmington 11, Mount Healthy 1

Urbana 5, Kenton Ridge 1

Valley View 7, Ponitz 4

Division III

Brookville 6, Milton-Union 3

Northeastern 8, Northridge 6

Reading 3, Fayetteville Perry 2

Riverview 4, Finneytown 3

West Liberty Salem 1, Miami East 0

Division IV

Ansonia 6, Botkins 5

Catholic Central 17, Legacy Christian 14

Covington 8, Middletown Christian 0

Felicity Franklin 15, Hillcrest 2

Marion Local 9, New Knoxville 1

Parkway 12, Upper Scioto Valley 0

Tri-Village 2, Bradford 1

Triad 5, Mississinawa Valley 2

Sectional Tournament

Monday’s Results

Division III

Blanchester 17, Aiken 0

Purcell Marian 12, North College Hill 1

Riverview East 4, Finneytown 1

Division IV

Deer Park 11, St. Bernard 1

Fairlawn 7, Jackson Center 6

Lockland 10, Gamble Montessori 9

Southeastern 10, Yellow Springs 0

Regular Season

Tuesday’s Results

Arcanum 6, Versailles 3

Benjamin Logan 3, Fort Recovery 2

Lincolnview 6, Coldwater 0

St. Henry 1, Celina 0

Marion Local 9, New Knoxville 1

Van Wert 2, Coldwater 0

Regular Season

Monday’s Results

Badin 1, Butler 0

Colerain 7, Northwest 2

North Union 3, Fairbanks 2

Ross 7, Milford 2

Ross 3, Milford 2

Springboro 10, Arcanum 3

Union County 7, National Trail 2

Softball

State Coaches’ Poll

(Place, School, First Place Votes, Total Points)

Division I

1. Mt Vernon, 7, 113; 2. Lakota East, 0, 84; 3. Western Brown, 3, 84; 4. Uniontown Lake, 0, 76; 5. Westerville Central, 1, 70; 6. Massillon Perry, 1, 42; 7. Holland Springfield, 0, 40; 8. Amherst Steele, 0, 33; 9. Anthony Wayne, 0, 28; 10. Cleveland St. Josephs Academy, 0, 25.

Division ll

1. LaGrange Keystone, 10, 118; 2. Thornville Sheridan, 2, 102; 3. Jonathan Alder, 0, 83; 4. Greenville, 0, 78; 5. Poland Seminary, 0, 65; 6. Clyde, 0, 59; 7. Clinton- Massie, 0, 39; 8. Youngstown Ursuline, 0, 35; 9. Hebron Lakewood, 0, 27; 10. Bellevue, 0, 15.

Division lll

1. Warren Champion, 8, 107; 2. Wheelersburg, 2, 85; 3. Cardington Lincoln, 0, 84; 4. Leesburg Fairfield , 0, 73; 5. Williamsburg, 1, 49; 6. Sherwood Fairview, 0, 46; 7. Castalia Margaretta, 0, 41; 8. Eastwood, 0, 38; 9. North Union, 0, 31; 10. Benjamin Logan, 0, 20.

Division IV

1. Minster, 11, 110; 2. New Riegel, 0, 64; 3. Mogadore, 0, 59; 4. Mechanicsburg, 0, 56; 5. Bluffton, 0, 42; 6. Portsmouth Notre Dame, 0, 38; 7. Lisbon, 0, 32; 8. Bradford, 0, 31; 9. Strasburg Franklin, 0, 27; 10. Bristol, 0, 26.

District Tournament

Tuesday’s Results

Division I

Harrison 3, Western Brown 2

Lebanon 8, Troy 3

Mason 8, Anderson 0

Springboro 8, Miamisburg 7

Fairmont 7, Middletown 2

Division II

Clinton-Massie 9, Ross 1

Eaton 6, Bellbrook 0

Greenville 10, Franklin 0

Monroe 3. Chaminade Julienne 2

Shawnee 8, Graham 5

Springboro 8, Miamisburg 7

Taylor 10, Goshen 0

Division III

Benjamin Logan 7, Versailles 0

Brookville 7, Carlisle 1

Division IV

Felicity Franklin 4, Cin. Christian 1

Mechanicsburg 19, Ansonia 0

Minster 15, Ridgemont 3

New Bremen 6, Marion Local 5

National Trail 10, Tri-County North 9

Riverside 1, Covington 0

Southeastern 6, Franklin Monroe 4

Triad 5, Bradford 2

Monday’s Results

Division I

Fairfield 8, West Clermont 5

Lakota East 10, Little Miami 0

Lakota West 3, Milford 2

Division III

Deer Park 6, Madison 3

East Clinton 12, Clermont Northeastern 5

West Liberty-Salem 6, Arcanum 0

Williamsburg 7, Blanchester 0

Regular Season

Monday’s Results

Kenton Ridge 12, Urbana 2

Boys Lacrosse

Monday’s Results

Alter 7, Carroll 1

Oakwood 17, Chaminade Julienne 3

Girls Lacrosse

Regional Tournament

Monday’s Results

Springboro 18, Pickerington North 6

Boys Volleyball

Tuesday’s Results

Carroll 3, Chaminade Julienne 0

Fenwick 3, Alter 0

Track and Field

City League Championship

Boys

Dunbar 153, Belmont 117, Ponitz 100, Meadowdale 53, Stivers 43 ,Thurgood Marshall 3

Girls

Dunbar 144, Stivers 115, Belmont 98, Ponitz 88, Thurgood Marshall 22, Meadowdale 17

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