Blue Devils survive late rally
NORTH ROBINSON — Colonel Crawford threatened in the bottom of the seventh, but unbeaten Carey held on Saturday for the 4-3 Northern 10 Athletic Conference win.
The Blue Devils (11-0, 9-0 N10) plated two runs in the top of third and added single runs in the fifth and sixth.
Brayden Wentling (4-0) fanned eight and allowed just one hit over the first six innings. He also doubled and scored.
The Eagles (4-10, 2-9) did their damage off reliever Reece Mullholand, though only one of their runs was earned. Mullholand allowed just one hit, but he also singled and scored.
Easton Roark went 2 for 3 with a run and RBI for Carey, Jordan Dasher singled, scored and drove in a run, Trey Bame had a single and RBI, Caden Owens singled twice and Ian Yeater singled.
Trevin Fairchild took the loss for the Eagles (4-10, 2-9). Brock Ritzhaupt went 2 for 3 with a run and RBI, and Chase Walker and Spencer Mutchler both scored.
Warriors jump on Arcadia
ARCADIA — Mohawk took control early and got a big boost from Tyler Hayman in Saturday’s 16-0 thumping of Arcadia.
The Warriors (6-6) sent 10 batters to the plate in the first inning and nine in the second, plating five runs in each frame.
Hayman singled twice, drove in two runs and scored three times to lead the charge.
Bryce Kirian added two runs and a pair of RBI singles, winning pitcher Trey Combs singled, drove in a run by getting hit and scored three times, Landen Snyder scored twice and singled, Bryce Sheets singled in two runs, Kurtus Ekleberry had a single, run and two RBIs, Kedryk Leeth scored twice, Jesse Leeth had a run and RBI, and Cole Widmer and Trent Baum both scored.
Redmen fall to NB
NORTH BALTIMORE — North Baltimore blanked Fostoria 4-0 Saturday.
Dylan Sheets led the Redmen in the loss with two singles and losing pitcher Alex Sierra singled.
Sierra fanned eight and scattered seven hits, a walk and two earned runs over 5 2/3 innings.
Fliers edge Rockets
CLYDE — Clyde out-hit Oak Harbor 11-3, but the scoreboard didn’t reflect that Saturday.
Oak Harbor led the Fliers 4-2 after a three-run inning in the third. Clyde tied the game at four with a pair of runs in the fifth and then scored a run in the bottom of the seventh to win 5-4.
Jared Colvin doubled and singled for the Fliers, while Cam Farrar also doubled. Mike Haynes, Grant Reese and Tyler Lowery all singled and drove in a run. Cayden Rollins hit a pair of singles.
Rollins was the winning pitcher in relief of Colvin. He went four innings, allowing no hits and struck out nine.
8-run 6th inning sinks Tornadoes
MARION — Columbian took a 6-3 lead after a four-run top of the sixth Saturday at Marion Harding.
However, that wasn’t enough as Columbian surrendered the lead, giving up an eight-run inning to the Presidents in the bottom half of the inning. Harding beat the Tornadoes 11-7 in non-league play.
Braden Brown, Matt Boes and Donavan Magill all had three hits for Columbian as Boes homered and Brown doubled. Boes and Magill both drove in a pair of runs. Cody Craig had two RBIs, while Tyson Price ended with one.
Jacob Banks took the loss on the hill, allowing six runs (one earned) on four hits in 1 2/3 innings. Tony Szablewski started the game going four innings, giving up four runs (one earned) on four hits. He also walked four.
Redmen pound Little Giants
BELLEVUE — Bellevue started a bit slow Saturday, but once the third inning rolled around the Redmen were in full swing with a 12-2 run-rule thrashing of Fremont Ross.
Bellevue scored five runs in the third and added three in the fourth to blow open the contest.
Dalton Hay singled twice and drove in a run for the Redmen, while Kayden Vogel singled and drove in a pair of runs. Bryce McMurray, Chase Eisenhauer and Daniel Burris all singled and drove in a run. Bryce Ray tripled.
McMurray got the win on the bump, giving up two runs on three hits in 4 1/3 innings of work. He struck out three and walked five.
New Riegel manages just 4 hits in loss
PORT CLINTON — New Riegel had a tough time solving Port Clinton’s pitcher Saturday, falling to the Redskins 3-0.
New Riegel had just four hits as Alec Zoeller doubled and singled and Cole Noftz and Darek Feindel singled.
Ben Dryfuse took the loss, allowing four runs on six hits, while fanning one and walking three in six innings of work.