SYCAMORE - Mohawk knocked New Riegel from the ranks of Midland Athletic League unbeatens thanks to a dominant pitching performance from Kasey Adelsperger. Adelsperger out-dueled New Riegel's Taylor Kirian in a 1-0 Warrior win.
Adelsperger allowed just three hits while striking out 13, walking none in the complete-game win. Kirian scattered seven hits over six innings, striking out four.
The game's lone run came in the third inning. Molli Cartwright tripled and scored off a sacrifice from Brooke Weinandy.
Adelsperger and Dani Tyree had two-hit games for Mohawk (6-3, 2-1 MAL). Kirian, Brooke Scherger and Lauren Zoeller had the hits for New Riegel (9-3, 3-1).
Senecas break through for first win of the season
OLD FORT - Jordan Gase went 3 for 4 and scored four times and three teammates each drove in two runs Monday as Calvert overwhelmed Midland Athletic League foe Old Fort 13-7 for its first win.
Danielle Beckley backed Gase with two runs and two RBIs off two singles. Nicole Bickley added two runs, two RBIs and a single and Margaret Bowers had a single and two RBIs for the Senecas (1-8, 1-2 MAL).
Alyssa Fry singled twice, Casey Bruns scored twice and singled and Miranda Shorts scored twice to help Haley Steiner get the win.
Paige Polyak homered, singled and knocked in two runs for the Stockaders (1-7, 1-3). Shelby Bilger and losing pitcher Kathryn Reinhart both had two runs and two RBIs and Addi Reineck scored twice and singled.
Lakota gets walk-off win
KANSAS - St. Wendelin trailed Lakota by a run heading into the seventh inning, but the Mohawks were able to post a run in the top of the frame to tie the game. Lakota, though, answered with a run of its own off a St. Wendelin error in the bottom to grab a 5-4 Midland Athletic League win.
Kaitlyn Baumer pitched a complete game four-hitter to get the win, striking out eight.
The Raiders (9-5, 3-0 MAL) managed just five hits of their own off St. Wendelin's Meghan Reiter, two coming from Jessica Hoffman. Baumer and Morgan Lewis each had a hit and drove in a run. Alaina Bickford had an RBI and Stephanie Miller added a base hit.
For St. Wendelin (3-6, 0-4) Haley Wolfe tripled and drove in a run. Adrienne Emerine singled and picked up an RBI. Catrina Lang and Chloe Reiter had hits while Meghan Reiter added an RBI.
Carey blanks H-L
CAREY - Ali Rymer threw a complete game four-hit shutout, striking out eight, as Carey blanked Hopewell-Loudon 10-0 in five innings. The Blue Devils (6-9, 2-2 Midland Athletic League) led 5-0 after four innings, then posted five in the fifth to ice the game.
Taylor Fletcher led the Carey offense by going 2 for 4 with a double and three RBIs. Makenzie Wentling doubled, singled and drove in two. Audrey Hotelling had a base hit and two RBIs. Erin Boes also had a pair of base hits.
For Hopewell-Loudon (4-8, 1-3), Lauren Trumpler went 2 for 3. Abby Park and Erin Gilbert also had base hits.
Crestline baffles Buckettes
NEW WASHINGTON - Sayre it ain't so.
Crestline's Natalie Sayre was downright filthy Monday night, striking out 19 Buckeye Central hitters in a 6-1 victory.
The Buckettes (8-5, 1-3 North Central Conference) had just two hits: a Sarah Alt triple and Mikayla Stover single.
Sayre did however walk seven, which led to the Buckettes' lone run in the second inning. Hannah Heydinger, Kendra Schultz and Alt all walked to load the bases and Heydinger scored on a wild pitch.
Sammie Mathews had a triple, one of six hits for the Bulldogs (10-3, 2-1), who scored one in the first inning, three in the third and two in the fourth.
Miscues cost Redmen
ELMORE - Both teams had four hits, but Fostoria allowed three unearned runs Monday in a 5-2 Northern Buckeye Conference loss to Woodmore.
Erica Moore went 2 for 3 with two runs for the Redmen (3-9, 1-2 NBC) in the loss.
Casey Babb was saddled with the loss, allowing two earned runs and five runs total in 3 2/3 innings.
Tigers lower boom on Bobcats
ATTICA - Seneca East had only five hits, but 13 of the 14 Tigers who played scored at least once Monday in a 20-1 Midland Athletic League win over Bettsville.
Kristen Bowerman led Seneca East (8-5, 4-0 MAL) with two runs, three RBI and a single, while Samantha Walker scored twice, drove in two runs and singled.
Winning pitcher Jess Enders had a run, single and two RBIs, Renee Snavely tallied a run, RBI and double and Taylor Zoellner had two runs and an RBI.
Melissa Harrison took the loss for the Bobcats (0-6, 0-3), but she also tripled, singled and knocked in Macie Harvey.
Lucas drops Rams in extras
LUCAS - It took 10 innings but Lucas outlasted Upper Sandusky, 10-9, on Monday in North Central Conference action.
Up 7-0 going into the sixth, Lucas let the floodgates open. The Rams scored one in the sixth and six in the seventh to force extra innings. Both teams scored a pair in the ninth before Lucas won it in the 10th.
"We fought hard tonight and kept our heads in the game offensively," Upper Sandusky coach David Young said. "The ladies knew that some of the hard hit balls would eventually find holes and they did in the sixth. Our defense struggled tonight, allowing four unearned runs and helping Lucas to the win."
Allie Smith took the loss on the mound for the Rams, scattering 10 hits, walking five and striking out four.
Savannah Piecha scored three times with a single and a walk. Amber Cox tripled, singled and scored twice. Brigitte Snow doubled and singled. Tiffany Towns singled and scored, as did Maranda Stansbery. Also collecting a hit each were Paige Perry, Michaela Wolfe, Haeleigh Ebert and Katie Taylor.
Kyler Murphy had three hits for Lucas and Jaime Robinson had two.