Red Riders, Panthers split doubleheader
WEIRTON – The Weir High and Buckeye Local baseball teams combined for 31 runs, 35 hits and 15 errors in a doubleheader split Saturday afternoon at Bowman Field.
The Red Riders scored one in the fifth and one in the sixth for a 9-7 Game 1 win and the Panthers turned it around to scored three in the sixth and two in the seventh for a 9-6 Game 2 triumph.
Weir’s Matt Cessna earned the win in relief of Zach Knuutila. Cessna also jacked one out of the park and totaled three RBIs. Mitch Viakley, Michael Curtis and Josh Russell each singled and drove in a pair of runs.
Austin Marshall doubled, singled and drove in two runs for the Panthers. Eric Banal added a double, single and RBI, while Brian Zeroski, Eric Williams and Jonathan Roth each had a single and RBI.
The Red Riders scored three times in the bottom of the first in the second game. Buckeye Local came back for a 4-3 lead after 4 innings when Weir put up two in the bottom of the fifth for a 5-4 lead.
Marshall had two singles, a triple and three RBIs as he earned the win, going the distance with three strikeouts and two walks.
Banal added three singles and an RBI, Jonathan Borkoski two singles and an RBI, Duncan a single and double and Chase Hopkins a double and RBI.
Kamari Washington doubled, singled twice and drove in three runs for the Red Riders. Russell tripled and Curtis singled and had two RBIs.
Buckeye Local hosts Edison Monday. Weir visits Indian Creek at 5:30 p.m. Tuesday.
Weir 9, Buckeye Local 7
BUCKEYE LOCAL 000 250 0 – 7 7 6
Weir 301 311 x – 9 8 2
BUCKEYE LOCAL: Borkoski (2K, 1BB), Williams (LP, 4, 2K, 3BB and Sokolowski; Marshall D, S, 2RBI; Banal D, S, RBI; Zeroski S, RBI; Williams S, RBI; Roth S, RBI.
WEIR HIGH: Knuutila (1K, 4BB), Cessna (WP, 4, 1K, 2BB), Russell (6, 2K, 0BB) and Curtis, Beck (5); Cessna HR, 3RBI; Viakley 2S, RBI; Curtis 2S, RBI; Washington RBI; Russell, S, 2RBI.
Buckeye Local 9, Weir 6
Buckeye Local 011 203 2 – 9 12 4
Weir 300 020 1 – 6 8 3
BUCKEYE LOCAL (4-4): Marshall (WP, 3K, 2BB) and Williams; Hopkins D, RBI; Duncan S, D; Marshall 2S, T, 3RBI; Borkoski 2S, RBI; Banal 3S, RBI; Williams D, Zeroski S, RBI.
WEIR (2-4): Curtis (2K, 3BB), Russell (LP, 3, 3K, 1BB), Larch (5, 3K, 1BB) and Beck, Curtis (5); Larch 2S; Russell T; Washington D, 2S, 3RBI; Duke S; Curtis S, 2RBI.
Big Red loses twice
HEBRON – The Steubenville Big Red baseball team lost a doubleheader Saturday in similar fashion.
Hebron Lakewood scored in the bottom of the seventh to beat Big Red, 7-6, and River View scored in the bottom of the seventh for a 13-12 win at Hebron Lakewood.
Bryian Pierro and Matt Petrella each had two singles and two RBIs in the first game. Justin Corsi took the loss with 10 strikeouts and five walks.
Lakewood executed a bases-loaded suicide squeeze for the win.
River View held an 11-5 lead after five innings in Game 2, but Big Red scored four in the sixth and one in the seventh to tie it at 12 before River View earned the win.
Pat Pizzeferrato totaled a double and four RBIs. Petrella added a single and two RBIs and John Linn three singles and an RBI.
Steubenville visits St. Clairsville on Tuesday.
Hebron Lakewood 7, Steubenville 6
Big Red 003 200 1 – 6 6 0
Lakewood 006 000 1 – 7 10 3
STEUBENVILLE: Corsi (10K, 5BB) and McClurg; Pierro 2S, 2RBI; Petrella 2S, 2RBI.
LAKEWOOD: Jarves (WP, 6K, 4BB) and Middlemuss; Downs 2S, 2RBI; Crew S, D, 4RBI.
River View 13, Steubenville 12
Big Red 010 404 3 – 12 12 5
River View 331 131 1 – 13 15 2
STEUBENVILLE (3-3): Petrella (2K, 3BB), Westlake (LP, 4, 3K, 2BB) and McClurg; Linn 3S, RBI; Petrella S, 2RBI; Pizzeferrato D, 4RBI.
RIVER VIEW: Walters (7K, 9BB), Johnson (6, 0K, 0BB) and Haggans; Brilhart 2D, 3RBI; Shepher 3S, D, 3RBI.
Redskins sweep Beaver Local
MINGO JUNCTION – The Indian Creek baseball team evened its record at 3-3 with an easy doubleheader sweep of visiting Beaver Local at Muth Field Saturday, 22-1 and 14-1.
The Redskins host Martins Ferry on Monday.
Nate Beatty collected three RBIs in Game 1 with a double. Tanner Wise added a single and double and two RBIs and Jonathan Woodbury a single and two RBIs.
Jimmy Bolyog added a single and double and Cole Yeater, the winning pitcher, collected a single and a pair of RBIs. Sean Smith had a single and double and Chris Mazar a double and RBI.
In Game 2, winning pitcher Zach Williams delivered a single, double and two RBIs. Anthony Young added a single and two RBIs, Dustin Rath a triple and two RBIs and Justin Aceto a single and RBI.
Indian Creek 22, Beaver Local 1
Beaver Local 001 00 – 1 3 2
Indian Creek 278 5x – 22 16 1
BEAVER LOCAL: Cornell (LP, 2K, 3BB), Kacosn (2, 0K, 5BB), Beck (4, 0K, 3BB) and Marsden; Mick S; Campbell S; Boehm S; Fetty RBI.
INDIAN CREEK: Yeater (WP, 4K, 0BB), Sullivan (4, 1K, 0BB), Mazar (5, 1K, 2BB) and Freshwater; Al. Young 2S, RBI; Wise S, D, 2RBI; Mazar D, RBI; Rath S, RBI; Williams S, RBI; Bolyog S, D; Yeater S, 2RBI; Smith S, D; Beatty D, 3RBI; Freshwater S; Woodbury S, 2RBI.
Indian Creek 14, Beaver Local 1
Beaver Local 100 00 – 1 2 3
Indian Creek 533 3x – 14 8 0
BEAVER LOCAL: Campbell (LP, 1K, 7BB), McLaughlin (3, 0K, 0BB) and Marsden; Campbell S, RBI; Beck S.
INDIAN CREEK: Williams (WP, 1K, 0BB) and Freshwater, Mazar (3); Al. Young S; Wise S, RBI; Rath T, 2RBI; Williams S, D, 2RBI; Beatty S; An. Young S, 2RBI; Aceto S, RBI.
Crusaders sweep Seminoles
STEUBENVILLE – Steubenville Catholic Central swept Monroe Central, 6-1 and 12-2 Saturday at Vaccaro Field.
Aleks Porreca picked up the Game 1 victory, striking out six. Brenton Colabella hit a triple and a single in the win with Stone Romano and Josh Merriman each collecting a double.
Joe DeFallo was the Game 2 winner with Jack Reed throwing a scoreless fifth in relief. Colabella and Romano each hit a double and a single with Kyle Laukert and Johnny DiCarlantonio adding a pair of singles each.
Steubenville Central (3-2) hosts East Liverpool Tuesday.
Steubenville Central 6, Monroe Central 1
Monroe Central 000 010 0 – 1 2 2
Steubenville Central 230 100 x – 6 7 4
MONROE CENTRAL: Hamilton (LP, 1K, 5BB) and Groves. Burkhart S; Duffy S.
STEUBENVILLE CENTRAL: Porreca (WP, 6K, 2BB) and Laukert. Colabella T, S; Romano D; Merriman D; Laukert S; M. Barber S; T. Barber S.
Steubenville Central 12, Monroe Central 2
Monroe Central 002 00 – 2 4 3
Steubenville Central 317 1x – 12 12 1
MONROE CENTRAL: Burkhart (LP, 0K, 1BB), Pittman (3rd, 0K, 1BB) and Whitt. Burkehart 2S.
STEUBENVILLE CENTRAL (3-2): DeFallo (WP, 2K, 5BB), Reed (5th, 1K, 0BB) and Laukert, Merriman (4). Colabella S, D; Romano S, D; Laukert 2S; DiCarlantonio 2S; Murphy S; Porreca S; Merriman S; Arai S.
Huskies remain undefeated
NEWCOMERSTOWN – Harrison Central swept host Newcomerstown 10-2 and 12-1 Saturday to move its record to 8-0.
Dalton Rutter collected three singles to lead the nine-hit attack in Game 1. Drew Horn and Nick Pelegreen each singled twice and Rashaen Mitchell tripled and singled to help Ryan Rose earn the win on the hill. He fanned three and walked two.
The Huskies trailed 1-0 after four innings in Game 2, then erupted for 12 runs in the next three innings.
Mitchell singled three times and Rose and Rhett Kuryn singled twice as Dustin Redish earned the win. He fanned four and walked two.
Harrison Central visits Bellaire on Monday.
Harrison Central 10, Newcomerstown 2
Harrison Central 105 300 1 – 10 9 3
Newcomerstown 011 000 0 – 2 7 3
HARRISON CENTRAL: Rose (WP, 3K, 2BB), Porter (4, 2K, 1BB) and Staten; Rutter 3S; Horn 2S; R. Mitchell S, T; Pelegreen 2S.
NEWCOMERSTOWN: Hinton (LP, 1K, 1BB), Crank (3, 0K, 0BB), Kissell (4, 3K, 3BB) and Kissell, Hinton (4); Green S; Warf S; Breise S; Gibson S; Crank S.
Harrison Central 12, Newcomerstown 1
Harrison Central 000 045 3 – 12 10 3
Newcomerstown 001 000 0 – 1 2 2
HARRISON CENTRAL (8-0): Redish (WP, 4K, 2BB), Graves (7, 0K, 0BB) and Staten; Rutter S; Horn S; R. Mitchell 3S; Rose 2S; Kuryn 2S; Redish S.
NEWCOMERSTOWN: Rine (2K, 3BB), Breise (LP, 1K, 4BB), Wheeler (7, 0K, 0BB) and Kissell; Grier S; Brooks S.
Edison wins a pair
CARROLLTON – Edison dispatched United 15-4 in 4 innings before turning around and handing host Carrollton a 10-8 loss in eight innings Saturday.
Clay Woodward earned the win on the mound for the Wildcats against United. Austin Horan and Nolan Marcus each had a double with Horan driving in three runs and Marcus a pair. Brian Straka had three singles and an RBI; Chance Wilkin had a double, single, and an RBI; Storm Allese had two singles and two RBIs; Alec Jones had two singles and an RBI; and Dylan Glasure had a pair of RBIs.
Horan was awarded the win in Game 2 against Carrollton, coming on in the fourth in relief and striking out three. Marcus collected four singels and drove in three runs with Wilkin and Straka both adding a single and a double. Straka had two RBIs and Wilkin drove in one run.
Edison (5-0) is at Buckeye Local Monday.
Edison 15, United 4
United 101 11 – 4 1 2
Edison 280 5x – 15 12 2
UNITED: Layman (LP, 0K, 2BB), Birk (2nd, 1K, 2BB) and Swords. Salmen S, 2RBI; Wilson RBI.
EDISON: Woodward (WP, 3K, 5BB), Flack (5th, 1K, 2BB), Horan (5th, 1K, 0BB) and Glasure. Horan D, 3RBI; Marcus D, 2RBI; A. Jones 2S, RBI; Straka 3S, RBI; Wilkin S, D, RBI; Allese 2S, 2RBI; Glasure 2RBI; Baker S.
Edison 10, Carrollton 8
Edison 103 011 22 – 10 14 4
Carrollton 005 300 00 – 8 7 4
EDISON (5-0): Marcus (5K, 2BB), Horan (4th, WP, 3K, 2BB) and Glasure. Pasek 2S; Horan S, RBI; Marcus 4S, 3RBI; A. Jones 2S; Straka S, D, 2RBI; Wilkin S, D, RBI; Allese S, RBI.
CARROLLTON: Faircloth (4K, 1BB), Voulgares (LP, 7th, 2K, 2BB) and Mohn. Lowery S; Branick S, 2D; Collins S, RBI; Warner RBI; Frye D, 2RBI; Krantz S, RBI.
Bruins win first two
WELLSBURG – Brooke got into the wins column Saturday with a doubleheader sweep over visiting Wheeling Central, 11-1 and 10-0. Both games went five innings.
Alec Buchmelter singled and drove in two runs in both games.
Russell Schwertfeger singled, doubled and tripled in Game 1. Austin Schambach, who earned the mound win, tripled and singled. Heath Hildreth singled twice and Chad Harper and Mario Lombardi singled and doubled.
Hunter Grishkevich took the Game 2 victory, striking out two. Schwertfeger singled and doubled and Hildreth doubled. Colin Moser doubled for an RBI and Harper and Evan Johnson singled for an RBI.
Brooke is at Morgantown Monday.
Brooke 11, Wheeling Central 1
Wheeling Central 000 01 – 1 5 3
Brooke 170 03 – 11 14 3
WHEELING CENTRAL: Naumann (LP, 4K, 1BB), Bakaitis (4, 0K, 0BB) and Yocke; Gwynn D; Yocke S, D, RBI.
BROOKE: Schambach (WP, 4K, 1BB) and Harper; Schwertfeger S, D, T; Schmabch T, S; Hildreth 2S; Buchmelter S, 2RBI; Harper S, D; Lombardi S, D.
Brooke 10, Wheeling Central 0
Wheeling Central 000 00 – 0 3 4
Brooke 133 03 – 10 9 1
WHEELING CENTRAL: Peroni (LP, 3K, 3BB), Gwynn (3, 0K, 3BB) and Yocke; Naumann D; Campbell D.
BROOKE (2-8): Grishkevich (WP, 2K, 0BB) and Harper, Hardisty (5); Schwertfeger S, D; Hildreth D; Buchmelter S, 2RBI; Harper S, RBI; Johnson S, RBI; Moser D, RBI.
Big inning lifts Knights
TORONTO – The Red Knights scored five times in the bottom of the sixth inning to turn a 4-3 deficit into an 8-4 win over Lisbon David Anderson Saturday at the Knight Baseball Complex.
Toronto (7-0) hosts Oak Glen at 5:30 p.m. Monday.
Tyler Owens, who got the win in relief of Logan Allen, Chez Glenn and Blaze Glenn each had a pair of singles.
Brad Melville doubled and Tyler Antinone, Billy Solomon and Austin Lucas singled.
Toronto 8, Lisbon 4
Lisbon 202 000 0 – 4 7 2
Toronto 200 105 x – 8 10 2
LISBON: Walker (LP, 7K, 3BB) and Rutecki; Morrell 3S; Walker S, D.
TORONTO (7-0): Allen (3K, 1BB), Owens (WP, 5, 4K, 0BB) and Solomon; B. Glenn 2S; C. Glenn 2S; Owens 2S; Antinone S; Melville D; Lucas S; Solomon S.
Redskins beat Bobcats twice
WINTERSVILLE – The Indian Creek softball team swept a double header from Cambridge, 9-8 and 5-1, Saturday at Bantam Ridge.
Game 1 was an eight-inning victory the Redskins come from two down in the bottom of the eight to get the win.
Trailing 8-6 Brey Mays, who was 7 for 9 on the day, led the Redskins off with a double. Megan Markja singled her home and was then sent home on a Paige Geanangel double that tied the game. Paige DeMattio walked and eventually ended up on third off an Alexis Monroe fielder’s choice. Abby Orr then played hero with a one-out single that scored DeMattio for the win.
Mays had a single, two doubles, and a triple in the first game. Markja had a single and two doubles with Mallorie Sullivan going 4 for 4 with a quartet singles.
Mays stayed hot in the 5-1 Game 2 victory, smacking a pair of singles and a double. Marissa DeFallo added a two-RBI double.
Geanangel picked up wins five and six in the circle, striking out 12 over the two games.
Indian Creek (6-0) travels to John Marshall Tuesday.
Indian Creek 9, Cambridge 8
Cambridge 000 006 02 – 8 12 0
Indian Creek 020 030 13 – 9 10 2
CAMBRIDGE: Lowe (4K, 1BB), Stocker (LP, 5th, 1K, 1BB) and Cooley. Baker D, S; Taylor S, 2D.
INDIAN CREEK: Geanangel (WP, 8K, 3BB) and Orr. Mays S, 2D, T, RBI; Markja S, 2D, RBI; DeMattio D, RBI; Orr S, RBI; Sullivan 4S.
Indian Creek 5, Cambridge 1
Cambridge 000 001 0 – 1 3 1
Indian Creek 000 050 x – 5 9 2
CAMBRIDGE (1-5): Stocker (0K, 0BB), Lowe (LP, 4th, 0K, 1BB) and Cooley. Hockenberry S; Nunamaker S; McCall S.
INDIAN CREEK (6-0): Geanangel (4K, 1BB) and Orr. Mays 2S, D; DeFallo D, 2RBI; Monroe S, DeMattio S.
Red Knights nip Lisbon
TORONTO – Emily Anderson ripped a double in the bottom of the sixth inning to give host Toronto a 5-4 win over Lisbon David Anderson Saturday.
Lexie Berger added four singles as the Red Knights raised their record to 5-2.
Shane Sears earned the mound with and added two singles. Carly Cooper also singled twice.
The Red Knights visit Steubenville Catholic Central on Wednesday.
Toronto 5, Lisbon 4
Lisbon 001 102 0 – 4 9 4
Toronto 030 101 x – 5 14 4
LISBON: Metzger (LP, 2K, 2BB) and Rose; Otto 3S; Metzger S; Mysocks S.
TORONTO: Sears (WP, 8K, 2BB) and Brown; Berger 4S; Sears 2S; E. Anderson D, RBI; Cooper 2S; Schaming S; Turner S.
Central blasts Athens
STEUBENVILLE – The Steubenville Catholic Central softball team played unwelcoming hosts to Athens Saturday, sending the vistors home with two losses, 25-4 and 21-7, at Steve Zamana Field.
Tori Knight and Megan Lloyd each earned a win in the circle for the Crusaders. Taylor Clark carried the big bat, belting two singles, a double, three home runs and driving in 13 runs. Maddy Gulan had three singles, a double, two home runs, and seven RBIs. Micca Mirabella added five singles, a triple, and five RBIs with Sammi Giannamore chipping in five singles and four RBIs. Alex McComb had three singles, a home run, and two RBIs while Megan Lloyd had six singles and two RBIs.
Central (6-1) hosts Weir Monday with a chance to avenge its lone loss.
Central 25, Athens 4
Athens 040 00 – 4 7 7
Central 983 5x – 25 18 2
ATHENS: Carey (3K, 3BB) and Hoon. Tritipo S, D, 2RBI.
CENTRAL: Knight (WP, 1K, 2BB) and Clark, Daley (4). Clark 2HR, 2S, 9RBI; Giannamore 3S, 3RBI; Mirabella 3S; Gulan D, HR, 4RBI; Sepik D, 2RBI; McComb 2S; Capaldi RBI; Daley S, D; Grandinetti S, D, 2RBI; Lloyd 3S, RBI; Knight S, RBI.
Central 21, Athens 7
Athens 003 22 – 7 6 3
Central 991 2x – 21 17 1
ATHENS (1-3): Hoon (2K, 8BB) and Tritipo. Harris D, RBI; Perry S, D , 2RBI; Tincham 2S.
CENTRAL (6-1): Lloyd (4K, 3BB) and Clark, Daley (2), Dziewatkoski (4). Clark D, HR, 4RBI; Mirabella 2S, T, 5RBI; Giannamore 2S, RBI; Gulan 3S, HR, 3RBI; McComb S, HR, 2RBI; Daley S; Lloyd 3S, RBI.
Bruins blank Bears
WELLSBURG – Brooke held Oak Glen to five hits and zero runs in 12 innings for a Saturday doubleheader sweep, 6-0 and 12-0.
Meanwhile, the Bruins’ offense whipped out 24 hits in advancing their record to 5-3 and a Monday 5 p.m. doubleheader home date with John Marshall looming.
Abbie Carpenter doubled, singled and knocked in two runs in Game 1. Marena Cline added two singles and a pair of RBIs. Kristen Reardon earned the win and Katie Castellucci pitched the final inning.
Brette Geary was the Game 2 hitting star with two doubles, a home run and three RBIs. Michaela Hinerman and Samantha Cusick singled twice. Isabella Preston collected two singles and an RBI and Kelly Schambach a single and two RBIs.
Oak Glen heads to Wheeling Central on Monday.
Brooke 6, Oak Glen 0
Oak Glen 000 000 0 – 0 2 3
Brooke 021 300 x – 6 9 3
OAK GLEN: Cunningham (LP, 2K, 1BB) and Crane; Mcafee S; Cunningham S.
BROOKE: Reardon (WP, 5K, 1BB), Castellucci (7, 0K, 0BB) and Preston; Cline 2S, 2RBI; Carpenter D, S, 2RBI; Hinerman S; Simala S; Preston S; Camilletti S; Duffy S.
Brooke 12, Oak Glen 0
Oak Glen 000 00 – 0 3 2
Brooke 423 03 – 12 15 1
OAK GLEN: Delaney (LP, 5K, 2BB) and Crane; Pryor D; Patterson D; Vega S.
BROOKE (5-3): Kuchinski (WP, 2K, 1BB) and Preston, Geary (3); Geary 2D, HR, 3RBI; Hinerman 2S; Preston 2S, RBI; Camilletti D; Smith D, 2RBI; Cusick 2S; Reardon S, RBI; Schambach S, 2RBI; Simala S; Carpenter S; Cline S.
Panthers sweep Red Riders
WEIRTON – Buckeye Local took a doubleheader from host Weir High Saturday, 11-0 and 11-8.
Ivy Starcher earned both victories, the second coming in relief.
In Game 1, Starcher and Ashley Trouton combined to blank the host Riders. The Panthers’ duo totaled two strikeouts and one walk.
Kierstyn Czuchran singled and doubled for a run batted in. Taryn Tonkovich also singled and doubled, knocking in a pair. Kaylee DeCesare singled twice and accounted for three runs.
The Red Riders were limited to three hits.
Starcher came on in relief to earn the second game nod. She fanned seven and allowed three walks. Mlti-hit leaders for Buckeye included: Karlee Leonard (four singles); Aliyah Marelli (home run, triple); Rachel Zeroski (three singles); Taryn Tonkovich (three singles); Kierstin Czuchran (home run, two singles); Becky Zeroski (two singles).
Meikka Buffo had two singles for the Red Riders. Ashlynne Drizake added a pair of singles. Abby Pratt took the Game 1 loss and Micca DiBacco the Game 2 defeat.
Buckeye Local hosts Edison Monday.
Weir visits Steubenville Catholic Central for a 5:45 p.m. game.
Buckeye Local 11, Weir 1
Buckeye Local 001 46 – 11 10 1
Weir 000 00 – 0 3 5
BUCKEYE LOCAL: Starcher (WP, 2K, 1BB), Trouton (5) and Cesario; Tonkovich D; DeCesare 3S; Czuchran D; Balk S; Cesario 2S.
WEIR: Pratt (LP) and DiBacco (5) and Buffo; McLaughlin D; Rosnick S; Rice S.
Buckeye Local 11, Weir 8
Buckeye Local 311 013 2 – 11 21 4
Weir 231 001 1 – 8 9 1
BUCKEYE LOCAL: Trouton, Starcher (WP, 2, 7K, 3BB) and Zeroski; Tonkovich 2S; Marelli HR, S; Leonard 2S; Czuchran T, S; Zeroski S, DeCesare S.
WEIR: DiBacco (LP), Pratt (6) and Buffo; Buffo 2S; McLaughlin S; Drizake 2S; Karavanic S; Rosnick S; Rice S; Fuccy S; Harris S.
Dons, Bishops split
WHEELING – Madonna and Bishop Donahue split its doubleheader Saturday at Ben’s Field at the J.B. Chambers I-470 Sports Complex.
The Bishops scored two in the bottom of the sixth and one in the seventh for a 5-4 win in Game 1 and the Blue Dons came back with three in the top of the ninth and held on for an 8-7 win in Game 2.
In the Game 1 loss Maddie Burchill had two singles and a double. Taylor Thompson hit two singles and drove in a pair of runs. Amanda Paul had a pair of singles with Courtney Kaczmarek driving in a run with a single.
Taylor Thompson singled four times in the Blue Dons’ win. Emilee Hvizdak tripled, Amanda Paul doubled and Aubrey Platek singled twice.
Madonna totaled 21 hits in the two games.
Bishop Donahue 5, Weirton Madonna 4
Weirton Madonna 010 030 0 – 4 11 2
Bishop Donahue 100 102 1 – 5 9 0
MADONNA: Pulice (LP, 6K, 1BB) and Magnone. Burchill 2S, D; Thompson 2S, 2rbi; Paul 2S; Kaczmarek S, rbi.
BISHOP DONAHUE: Guzek (WP, 4K, 5BB) and Scott. Mele 2S, T, 2rbi; Guzek S, gwrbi; Fallova 2S; Rush S, rbi; Ghaphery T.
Madonna 8, Bishop Donahue 7
Madonna 001 012 103 – 8 10 4
Bishop Donahue 103 001 002 – 7 8 2
MADONNA: Kaczmarek (WP, 0K, 2BB) and Magnone. Thompson 4S; Hvizdak T; Paul D; Platek 2S.
BISHOP DONAHUE (7-6): Mele (LP, 5K, 3BB) and Scott. South 3S; Scott S, D; Mele D.
Huskies take two
LISBON – Harrison Central won both games of a doubleheader against host Beaver Local Saturday, 16-6 and 11-1.
Katie Ellzy earned both wins, striking out 14 and walking two. The Huskies totaled 27 runs, 20 hits and eight errors.
Harrison Central visits Bellaire on Monday.
Harrison Central 16, Beaver Local 6
Harrison Central 270 205 – 16 12 5
Beaver Local 000 141 – 6 8 13
HARRISON CENTRAL: Ellzy (WP, 4K, 0BB) and Dobbs.
BEAVER LOCAL: Messenger (LP, 5K, 7BB) and Withrow.
Harrison Central 11, Beaver Local 1
Harrison Central 036 101 – 11 8 3
Beaver Local 000 010 – 1 4 9
HARRISON CENTRAL: Ellzy (WP, 10K, 2BB) and Dobbs.
BEAVER LOCAL: Kiddey (LP, 3K, 4BB), Messenger (5, 1K, 3BB) and Withrow.