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Mallory helps keeps Plymouth unbeaten

By Norwalk Reflector staff • Apr 2, 2019 at 10:50 PM

PLYMOUTH — Mallory Miller’s 90-pitch, two-hit shutout kept the Plymouth softball team unbeaten on Tuesday with a 4-0 win over visiting St. Paul.

Miller allowed just four baserunners — a double by Marlaina Sowers in the first, a single from Olivia Englert in the fourth, while Amelia Rospert reached on an error and Englert was hit by a pitch. Miller struck out 11 batters with no walks in seven innings of work.

Miller also added an RBI triple in the first inning for the Big Red (5-0, 1-0). Kaela Plank was 3 for 4 for Plymouth, while Morgan Chaffins and Tristen Wiley both added two hits and an RBI each.

Rospert started for St. Paul (1-3, 0-1). She went six innings and allowed four runs (three earned) on 11 hits with four strikeouts and two walks.

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Plymouth 200 020 x — 4 11 1

WP: Miller; LP: Rospert

2B: (SP) Sowers; (P) Wiley; 3B: (P) Miller


New London 5, W. Reserve 3

COLLINS — Lilli Bartow hit a go-ahead sacrifice fly in the six inning as the Wildcats scored three runs in the final two innings to top the Roughriders in the FC Tuesday.

Natalie Ferguson and Gabby Ledbetter each added RBI doubles for New London in the seventh for a 5-2 lead.

Ledbetter struck out 12 in the circle to earn the victory, giving up three runs (two earned) on four hits.

Izabelle Good struck out six and gave up a single earned run on four hits for Western (0-2, 0-1). With the bat, Good doubled. Joselyn Charville had two hits and an RBi.

New London 200 001 2 — 5 4 2

W. Reserve 200 000 1 — 3 4 4

WP: Gabby Ledbetter; LP: Izabelle Good.

2B: (NL) Natalie Ferguson, Ledbetter, Lill Raymond, (WR) Good.


Monroeville 10, S. Central 0 (6 inn.)

MONROEVILLE — Carley Helmstetter tallied eight strikeouts in a one-hit shutout for the Eagles in an FC win over the Trojans in six innings.

At the plate, Monroeville (3-0, 1-0) totaled 15 hits with three each from Payton Scheid and Alex Carper. Both drove in two runs with Carper adding a double. Callie Rosser had three hits with an RBI while Jessica Hayes singled twice and had two RBIs.

Taylor Sexton doubled for the lone South Central (1-3, 0-1) hit.

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Monroeville 050 005 — 10 15 3

WP: Carley Helmstetter; LP: Madison Prater.

2B: (M) Alex Carper, (SC) Taylor Sexton


Willard 9, Vermilion 0

WILLARD — Morgan Hamons tossed a complete-game shutout for the Crimson Flashes in a Bay Division win over the Sailors.

Hamons struck out seven and gave up only three hits and four walks for Willard (3-2, 1-0) which used a six-run fourth to take an 8-0 lead.

Jena Adams went 3 for 4 with two RBIs. Kalli Sowers and Elli White both had a double and two RBIs.

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Willard     200 601 x — 9 10 0

WP: Morgan Hamons; LP: Maggie Hoffman.

2B: (W) Kalli Sowers, Eli White; (V) A. Peterson.


Edison 13, SMCC 0 (5 inn.)

MILAN — Grace Houser had three hits and drove in three runs to pace the Chargers in a five-inning rout of the Panthers.

Deana Blatnik, Kayla Mancuso and Morgan Scott all added two hits each for Edison (3-1), which tallied 15 total hits. Lindsey Fortuna and Hannah Vitaz each doubled.

In the circle, Kira Appeman got the win, striking out eight and walking one in three innings. She gave up a single hit. Mancuso didn’t allow a hit or run in two innings of relief, striking out two.

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Edison 641 2x — 13 15 0

WP: Kira Appeman; LP: Erika Myers.

2B: (E) Lindsey Fortuna, Hannah Vitaz.


Bellevue 25, Norwalk 3

NORWALK — Five different Bellevue players had a trio of hits Tuesday as the Lady Red exploded for 24 runs in four innings to rout Norwalk 25-3 in the Sandusky Bay Conference Lake Division.

Raquel Seamon, Riley Mohr, Riley Hager, Tea Layne, Lara Spurlock all had three hits for Bellevue (4-0, 2-0), which stayed unbeaten on the young season.

Sydney Hughes had three hits from her leadoff spot for Norwalk. Sky Story had a hit and two RBIs.

Bellevue (10)26 61 — 25 26 1

Norwalk  100  02 —      3  8  3

WP: Kennedy Ryan; LP: Sophia Bores.

2B: (B) Seamon 2, Collins, Hager, Layne; 3B: (B) Mohr, Seamon, (N) Hughes.



Plymouth 3, St. Paul 0

PLYMOUTH — Another big pitching performance by Treven Lane paced the Big Red to victory in Tuesday’s Firelands Conference opener vs. St. Paul.

Lane threw a seven-inning no hitter for the Big Red, striking out six and walking three. He also helped his cause with two doubles and an RBI at the plate for Plymouth, which improved to 2-1.

Also for the Big Red, Luke Hamann doubled and drove in a run, while Peyton Young drove in the third run.

No. 7 started for St. Paul and allowed three earned runs on four hits with five strikeouts and three walks in 4 2/3 innings for the Flyers (0-4, 0-1).

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WP: Lane; LP: Griffin

2B: (P) Lane 2, Kelley, Hamann

South Central 13, Monroeville 0 (5 inn.)

MONROEVILLE — Isaiah Seidel threw a five-inning no hitter for the Trojans in an FC win over the Eagles.

Seidel struck out 10 and was hit by pitch away from a perfect game.

With the bat, Seidel went 3 for 3 with an RBI and three RBIs for South Central (3-0, 1-0). Evan Legg and Simon Blair each had a single and a double. Legg tied Seidel with a team-high three RBIs.

Monroeville is now 0-3 and 0-1 in the conference.

So. Central 440 41 — 13 9 0

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WP: Isaiah Seidel; LP: Mason Hiser.

2B: (SC) Simon Blair, Seidel, Evan Legg.


New London 9, Western Reserve 3

COLLINS — Peyton Wilson struck out 11 and Karson Howell had four RBIs for the Wildcats in an FC win over the Roughriders.

Wilson, who went six innings, gave up three runs (two earned) on six hits and struck out 11.

Kevin Fridenstine and Wilson each doubled.

Jude Muenz had two hits to pace Western (2-2, 0-1).

Payton Studd had eight strikeouts on the mound for the ‘Riders, giving up eight runs (two earned) on four hits in 6 2/3.

New London 202 020 3 — 9 7 1

W. Reserve 010 002 0 — 3 6 4

WP: Peyton Wilson; LP: Payton Studd.

2B: (NL) Wilson, Kevin Fridenstine; (WR) Jude Muenz.



Edison 17, SMCC 2 (5 inn.)

MILAN — Caleb Bissell got the win on the mound while adding three hits and four RBIs at the dish, helping the Chargers beat the Panthers in five innings.

Edison (3-2) scored 10 first-inning runs. Justin Hosley chipped in two hits, three runs scored and an RBI. Hosley, Cooper McIntyre and Thomas Simon all doubled. Aden Hall added three runs on the base paths.

On the mound, Bissell gave up two runs on four hits in three innings. He struck out two. Simon pitched the final inning, giving up a single hit and striking out three.

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Edison (10)33 1x — 17 10 0

WP: Caleb Bissell; LP: Hamilton.

2B: (E) Justin Hosley, Cooper McIntyre, Thomas Simon



Norwalk 4, Columbian 1

NORWALK — The Truckers (5-0, 1-0) won their SBC Lake opener on Tuesday and remained unbeaten overall.

At first singles, Austin Brown posted a win (6-3, 6-0), while Carson Colahan outlasted his opponent in three sets (6-1, 3-6, 6-4). Andrew Mozina lost two tight sets (6-4, 7-5) at third singles.

At first doubles, Andrew Riley and Wyatt Brown won (6-1, 6-2), while Ben Traczek and Sam Vanderpool cruised to victory as well (6-0, 6-1).

Edison 4, Calvert 1

TIFFIN — The Chargers improved to 3-2 with a win over the host Senecas on Tuesday.

Lincoln Meredith (6-2, 6-1) and Nate Spence (6-0, 6-0) won at second and third singles for Edison. Brody Yost fell at first singles (6-2, 6-3).

At first doubles, Adam Frederick and Carter Kramer earned a sweep (6-0, 6-0) while Jacob Lombardi and Noah Pulaski won by forfeit.

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