Gibsonburg nips New Riegel

NEW RIEGEL — In what could be a potential regional final matchup between Sandusky Bay Conference River Division foes, Gibsonburg and New Riegel, the two faced off in a regular season matchup Saturday with the Golden Bears winning, 3-1.

Both teams scored in the fourth inning, but the Golden Bears got more offensive production.

Ashley Mendoza hit three singles and drove in a pair of runs for the Golden Bears. Emily Roberts backed her with a single and an RBI.

Jasmine McNett kept the Blue Jacket hitters off balance, scattering just four hits. Bria Dailey, Julia Reinhart, Kayleigh Lininger and Sydney Hohman singled for the Blue Jackets (23-4).

McNett gave up an unearned run on four hits with three strikeouts and two walks in a complete game. Aubrey Bouillon took the loss. She allowed three runs on eight hits, while fanning four and walking one in seven frames.

Calvert strides past Danbury

Calvert had just seven hits, but was aided with 13 walks in a 15-4 Sandusky Bay Conference River Division win over Danbury Saturday.

The Senecas got off to a solid start with a 10-run first inning.

Frannie Webb and Erin Wagner each singled twice and drove in three runs for the Senecas, while Bria Coleman doubled, singled and drove in a run and Kate Rombach singled and drove in a pair of runs. Maddy Ball, Ashlee Shiley, Caitlyn Borer and Leah Renninger each had an RBI.

Borer was the winning pitcher, allowing four runs on four hits in five innings. She fanned 10 and walked a pair.

Mullholand shuts down Tigers

ATTICA — After a tough outing in the Division IV district tournament Friday for Carey’s Bridget Mullholand, she responded well with a win against Seneca East, striking out nine.

The Blue Devils topped the Tigers 6-1.

Mullholand gave up a run on two hits and only walked to in a complete-game victory.

Carey (20-6, 12-3) scored two runs in the fourth and then added four more runs of insurance in the top of the seventh.

Freshman Lexia Clinger compiled three hits (double) for the Blue Devils. She also drove in a run. Hailey Niederkohr singled twice, Hannah Lonsway doubled and drove in a pair of runs and Kenzie Row drove in a run.

Our of Seneca East’s two hits, Jillian Allgyre blasted a home run.

Kiersten Cook suffered the loss in the circle for the Tigers (10-12, 6-10). She gave up two runs on four hits in four innings. She fanned two.