Pirates score late, edge Lady Red

Softball scores from Tuesday's games
Fandy.com Staff
Apr 23, 2014
The Perkins softball team managed to put away a run in the top of the sixth inning to edge Bellevue 2-1 Tuesday in non-conference action.

The host Lady Red scored in the second inning, but managed just five hits in the game.

Emily Lipstraw picked up her ninth win from the mound, striking out five and walk one, while giving up no earned runs.

Summer Seitz had two hits for Perkins, while Jessica Zeitz had two hits for Bellevue and Amy Roth added two hits and was walked.

“We did not really play well at all,” Perkins coach Matt Yaratch said “Nine strikeouts for us. We left bases loaded two or three times. We left bases early.

“Every time we play Bellevue we really can’t do anything right,” he added. “They play great against us every time. We are lucky to get out with a win”

Perkins (11-2) hosts Margaretta today. 

Perkins 100 001 0 — 2 6 1 
Bellevue 010 000 0 — 1 5 3

WP: Emily Lipstraw (9-1); LP: Morgan Andrews (4-7)

 

Seneca East 12, SMCC 4
At Sandusky, Seneca East topped the host Panthers 12-4 Tuesday in non-conference action.

Julia Edinger went 3 for 4 with two runs scored, while Kaylee Bastien went 3 for 4 with an RBI and three stolen bases. Dani Parish added a hit and a run and Margo Trumpower had a hit and an RBI.

SMCC (2-8) hosts Oak Harbor today and travels to Huron Thursday.

Seneca East 211 420 2 — 12 13 3 
SMCC           003 000 1 — 4 9 9

WP: Reichert LP: Edinger (2-8) 2B: (SE) Baumen 2, Ruffing HR: Reichert

Sandusky 11, Shelby 3
At Sandusky, Madison Hayberger went 4 for 5 with three RBI and picked up her sixth win from the mound Tuesday night as Sandusky beat Shelby 11-3 in Northern Ohio League action.

Bailey Smith went 2 for 5 with an RBI, while Kelsey Peters went 3 for 5. Kayla Hodgkinson went 3 for 5 with an RBI and Madison Bledsoe went 2 for 4 with an RBI. Cassidy Kelly went 2 for 3 with two RBIs and Kirsten Pou went 2 for 4.

The Blue Streaks (8-4, 3-1) travel to Ontario Thursday.

Shelby      100 020 0 — 3 4 1 
Sandusky 041 402 0 — 11 20 5

WP: Madison Hayberger (6-3); LP: Williams 2B: (Sa.) Hayberger 2, Kelly 3B: (Sa.) Smith, (Sh.) Goth

 

Clyde 11, Margaretta 0 (5 inn.)
At Clyde, the Fliers run-ruled the visiting Polar Bears in a Sandusky Bay Conference game.

Bre Michaels finished 3 for 3 with a triple for the Fliers, while Kennedy Arndt was 3 for 3 with a double. Adriana Sanchez added two doubles, while Taylor Arndt also doubled.

Chelsea Zerman, Maddie Montgomery and Tara Miracle each had a hit, while Zerman earned the win on the mound by allowing just two hits in five shutout innings with eight strikeouts.

For Margaretta (6-6, 1-3), Macy Michel had a double and Aleah Bailey added a single.

Clyde         052 40 —  11 12 0 
Margaretta 000 00 — 0 2 3

WP: Zerman; LP: Veliz 2B: (C ) Sanchez 2, K. Arndt, T. Arndt; (M) Michel

Norwalk 9, Tiffin Columbian 6
At Norwalk, the hosts improved to 9-4 overall and 3-1 in the NOL with a win over the Tornadoes.

For Norwalk, Megan Ewing was 3 for 4 with two doubles and an RBI, while Erica Leber had a double and two RBIs. Bailey Thomas singled and drove in two runs, while Kailee Flowers walked four times and scored twice.

On the mound, Thomas pitched all seven innings for the win. She allowed two earned runs on four hits with six strikeouts.

Columbian 003 030 0 — 6 4 1 
Norwalk 301 032 0 — 9 8 3

WP: Thomas; LP: Shalk 2B: (N) Ewing 2, Leber

 

Monroeville 14, S. Central 3 (5 inn.)
At Greenwich, Monroeville gained its second straight win over South Central, topping the Trojans 14-3 in five innings for a Firelands Conference winTuesday.

The Eagles got four hits and six RBIs from Haven Helmstetter, including two doubles. Alex Schaffer had three hits, including a triple, to go with three runs and five RBIs. Ashley Kraft picked up the pitching win. She went five innings, allowing three runs (two earned) on five hits with six strikeouts.

 

Plymouth 13, St. Paul 3 (5 inn)
At Plymouth, the Big Red scored 10 runs over the first two innings in Tuesday’s FC win.

Janet Arnold, Brooklyn Thornsberry, Addyson Horne and Romy Thornsberry led Plymouth with two hits each.

Arnold belted two home runs, while Haven Keene added one.

Horne had a pair of doubles and Thornsberry and Morgan Fletcher contributed one each. Fletcher scored three runs. Arnold and Lexi Washburn drove in three runs apiece. For the Lady Flyers, Elyse Roth tallied two runs and had a double. Rachel Kashian also notched a single. Courtney Bleile touched home plate once. Plymouth is scheduled to host Crestview Thursday.

St. Paul 010 11 — 3 2 
Plymouth 460 12 — 13 10

WP: Horne. LP: Moore 2B: (P) Fletcher, B. Thornsberry, Fletcher, Horne 2; (STP) Roth HR: (P) Arnold 2, Keene

N.London 14, W. Reserve 4 (6 inn.)
At New London, the Wildcats remained unbeaten in the FC at 6-0, after Tuesday’s FC win. Kaitlyn Speicher and Elise Chaffins paced New London (9-3 overall) with two hits each.

Taylor Parrott, Ashley Parr and Kelly Norrod each posted two RBIs.

Emily Powers and Alex Bowers each worked three innings, while Powers walked two with six strikeouts. Bowers struck out five.

W. Reserve 211 000 — 4 2 5 
N.London 051 071 — 14 7 1

WP: Powers. LP: Riley

Ontario 13, Willard 2
At Willard, the Crimson Flashes allowed six runs in the top of the seventh inning in an NOL loss to the visiting Warriors.

For Willard (6-5, 1-2), Emily Stephens had two hits, while Morgan McDowell doubled and drove in a run.

Ontario 102 040 6 — 13 14 0 
Willard 101 000 0 — 2 6 2

WP: Kuenzli; LP: Stephens 2B: (W) McDowell; (O) Kuenzli, Musille

 

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Stop It

I wasn't there and I know the pitch is on the up-rise, but that girl trying to bunt clearly doesn't have her eye on the ball.