Wildcats pick up win at Park
WHEELING – The Edison softball team overcame a 3-1 deficit at Wheeling Park by scoring one in the fourth inning and two in the fifth to leave with a 4-3 victory Thursday.
The Wildcats improved to 6-4 and will head to the Ashland Invitational today and Saturday.
Mikayla Tice came on in relief of Caitlin Brenstuhl in the bottom of the fifth inning and earned the win. They combined to allow two doubles.
The teams combined for five hits, four errors and 14 walks.
Brenstuhl and Molly McCoy each collected a double and RBI for the winners.
Edison 4, Wheeling Park 3
Edison 100 012 0 – 4 3 1
Wheeling Park 001 200 0 – 3 2 3
EDISON (6-4): Brenstuhl (4.2, 5K, 5BB), Tice (WP, 5, 1K, 2BB) and Stewart; Brenstuhl D, RBI; McCoy D, RBI; Stewart S.
WHEELING PARK: Greer (LP, 10K, 7BB) and Sidon; Johnson D; Greer D.
Jets beat Big Red
MORRISTOWN – Union Local scored four times in the bottom of the fourth inning to break a 1-1 tie and went on for an 8-2 victory over visiting Steubenville Big Red Tuesday.
Mytia Barker singled twice for an RBI and Tenia Barker singled and doubled for Big Red, which hosts Indian Creek Saturday at noon at Jim Wood Park.
Union Local 8, Steubenville 2
Steubenville 100 010 0 – 2 5 1
Union Local 010 412 x – 8 11 0
STEUBENVILLE: Carroll (LP, 1K, 2BB), Perino (7, 0K, 0BB) and M. Barker; M. Barker 2S, rbi; T. Barker S, D
UNION LOCAL: Bethel (WP, 1K, 0BB) and Cole; Collins S, rbi; Delaney D, 2rbi; Cole 2S, 2rbi; Stack 3S; Minamyer S, T, rbi; Stull S, rbi
STEUBENVILLE – Steubenville Catholic Central cruised to a 10-0 five-inning victory Thursday at Steve Zamana Field.
The 9-1 Crusaders head to Akron to play in a tournament today and Saturday.
Megan Lloyd earned the win. Tori Knight pitched the final two innings.
Taylor Clark singled, doubled and drove in a pair for the winners. Maddy Gulan added two singles and two RBIs and Knight and Sammi Giannamore each delivered a single and two RBIs.
Steubenville Central 10, Buckeye Trail 0
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Steubenville Central 514 0x – 10 9 2
BUCKEYE TRAIL (6-5): McGilton (LP, 2K, 4BB) and Davis; Rommiger 2S; McGilton S; Smith S.
STEUBENVILLE CENTRAL (9-1): Lloyd (WP, 1K, 1BB), Knight (4, 2K, 0BB) and Clark, Daley (3); Mirabella 2S; Giannamore S, 2RBI; Clark S, D, 2RBI; Gulan 2S, 2RBI; Daley S; Knight S, 2RBI.
Ferry stops Creek
MARTINS FERRY – Tyrah King belted a home run and totaled three RBIs as Martins Ferry beat visiting Indian Creek, 10-1, Thursday.
Shaye DeLeonardis singled, doubled and added three RBIs, while also collecting the win on the mound. She fanned two and did not walk a batter.
Alexis Monroe had two singled for the Redskins, who host Brooke today.
Martins Ferry 10, Indian Creek 1
Indian Creek 000 010 0 – 1 5 6
Martins Ferry 502 021 x – 10 7 2
INDIAN CREEK: Geanangel (LP, 1K, 2BB) and Orr; Monroe 2S
MARTINS FERRY (6-3): DeLeonardis (WP, 2K, 0BB) and Hotlosz; Tyrah King HR, 3rbi; DeLeonardis shaye S, D, 3rbi; Kylie Stalder S, 2rbi
Riders blank Potters
WEIRTON – Jillian Kravanic singled twice and drove in two runs as Weir High beat East Liverpool, 8-0, Thursday in five innings.
Ashlyn Drizake and Haley McLaughlin each singled twice for the winners, who are 4-9. Meikka Buffo singled and had an RBI.
Micca DiBacco collected the win. Weir High hosts Linsly today.
Weir 8, East Liverpool 0
East Liverpool 000 00 – 0 2 6
Weir 310 31 – 8 9 1
EAST LIVERPOOL: Davis (LP, 1K, 0BB) and Smith; Possage 2S.
WEIR (4-9): DiBacco (WP, 3K, 2BB) and Buffo; Drizake 2S; McLaughlin 2S; Buffo S, RBI; Rosnick RBI; Karavanic 2S, 2RBI; Rice S.
Mohigans sweep Brooke
MORGANTOWN – Morgantown swept a doubleheader from visiting Brooke Thursday 6-1 and 8-1.
Kristen Reardon took the Game 1 loss and Katie Castellucci in Game 2.
Isabella Preston tripled in the first game.
Brette Geary singled, doubled and tripled and drive in the only run in Game 2. Taylor Simala added a single and double and Brenna Smith a single.
Brooke (5-8) visits Indian Creek today
Morgantown 6, Brooke 1
Brooke 000 000 1 – 1 4 4
Morgantown 210 102 x – 6 7 0
BROOKE: Reardon (LP, 3K, 0BB), Kuchinski (6, 0K, 0BB) and Preston; Hinerman S; Preston T; Reardon S; Cline S.
MORGANTOWN: Hanson (WP, 10K, 1BB) and Scadari; Sebastiani 2S, D, 3RBI; Shreves 2S; Hanson HR, RBI.
Morgantown 8, Brooke 1
Morgantown 021 022 1 – 8 15 1
Brooke 000 000 1 – 1 9 2
MORGANTOWN: Perdue (WP, 6K, 1BB) and Scadari; Bean 4S, D; Perdue T, 2S; Bolyard 2S; Hormel 2S.
BROOKE (5-8): Castellucci (LP, 0K, 0BB), Kuchinski (6, 1K, 1BB) and Preston; Geary S, D, T, RBI; Simala S, D; Cline S; Preston S; Reardon S; Brenna Smith S.
Knights blank Potters
TORONTO – The Red Knights scored seven times in the bottom of the first inning and cruised to a 10-0 victory in 4 innings over East Liverpool Thursday at the Knight Baseball Complex.
Toronto is 10-0 and hosts Barnesville today.
Andy Miller eanred the mound win. He fanned five and walked four. Brad Melville tripled twice and John Romey doubled.
Toronto 10, East Liverpool 0
East Liverpool 000 00 – 0 3 2
Toronto 701 11 – 10 5 0
EAST LIVERPOOL: Bombach (LP, 3K, 8BB), Maze (4, 2K, 2BB) and Newland; Recktenweld D; Lane S; Maze S.
TORONTO (10-0): Miller (WP, 5K, 4BB) and Solomon; C. Glenn S; Owens S; Romey D; Melville 2T.
Mohigans top Brooke
WELLSBURG – Morgantown scored five in the third and four in the fifth for a 10-4 victory over host Brooke Thursday.
The 2-11 Bruins visit John Marshall today.
Heath Hildreth was a beast at the plate for Brooke. He doubled three times and singled. Russell Schwertfeger singled and doubled and Ethan Sole added a double.
Morgantown 10, Brooke 4
Morgantown 105 040 0 – 10 14 0
Brooke 000 110 2 – 4 11 1
MORGANTOWN: Goodwin (WP, 0K, 1BB), Haynes (5, 2K, 2BB) and Leone, Rice (7); Leone 2S, D; Calasante S, D; Commodore S, D; Weidman S, D; Stewart S, D.
BROOKE (2-11): Harper (LP, 1K, 0BB), Walker (3, 0K, 1BB), Grishkevich (5, 0K, 3BB) and Hardisty; Hildreth 3D, S; Schwertfeger S, D; Welch S; Harper S; Johnson S; Lombardi S; Sole D.
Wildcats beat Bellaire
BELLAIRE – The host Big Reds scored five times in the bottom of the seventh, but it wasn’t enough in an 8-5 loss to Edison Wednesday.
Edison’s Dylan Glasure accounted for three runs with two singles. Nolan Marcus singled twice and drove in one. Alec Jones singled and plated a pair.
The teams play each other today at Jefferson Lake State Park.
Edison 8, Bellaire 5
Edison 122 003 0 – 8 8 0
Bellaire 000 000 5 – 5 9 4
EDISON: Kramarich (WP) Marcus (7) and Glasure; Glasure 2S, 3RBI; Marcus 2S, RBI; A. Jones S, 2RBI.
BELLAIRE: Back, Conroy (6) and Steele; Conroy S, D; Ross S, D; West 2S, RBI; Back S, RBI.