Regular season

Laurin Elza hit a 2-run home run and finished with five RBIs in Bristol’s 11-2 win over Southington. Kylie Stoneman added a 2-run shot. For the Wildcats, Amber Dietz struck out eight.

Columbiana was able to fend off Western Reserve’s late comeback attempt as the Clippers defeated the Blue Devils, 12-8. Dakota DeAmics lead the Clippers as the winning pitcher and by driving in two RBI.

A five-run first inning set the pace for Garfield as the G-Men defeted Grand Valley, 7-5. The Mustangs sprayed 12 hits in the game but were unable to get the runs home. Madi Geddes led the Garfield offense with two hits and two runs.

Powered behind the bats of Karsyn Mullen, who had a home run, and Brittany Knight who had two RBIs, the Bombers defeated the Southeast Pirates, 9-0. The Bombers had 16 hits and recorded five players with two-or-more hits.

Canfield used a six-run third inning and a nine-run fourth to come back from an early deficit and beat Struthers,15-5. Abby Baker, Liz Raber, and Rachel Tinkey each drove in three runs for the Cardinals.


Hubbard stunned Marlington with a four-run, two-out rally in the top of the seventh inning to win a Division II sectional final, 5-4.

Hubbard trailed, 4-1, and had a runner on with two outs when the bats came alive. Julia Clemente, who led the Eagles (10-14) with four hits, then clubbed an RBI double. Taylor Barton followed with a run-scoring single, and Caitlin O’Hara tripled to tie the game at 4. Alivia Sandberg then drove in the winning run with an RBI single. Clemente, who struck out four without walking a batter, didn’t allow the Dukes (10-14) to threaten in the bottom half of the inning.

Both Neco Maderitz and McKenzie Tetler hit two-run home runs in the second inning and combined to drive in seven runs as Girard routed Campbell in five innings, 18-1, to set up a meeting with Newton Falls on Saturday in a Division III sectional final.



Jackson-Milton won its first sectional title in 10 years after beating John F. Kennedy, 12-7. Nick Woloshak threw eight strikeouts and no walks for the Blue Jays’ victory.

Nate Clark and Tyler Totani each had four RBIs for Jackson-Milton. Clark hit two doubles. He had four doubles in two tournament games. The Blue Jays face McDonald in a district semifinal Wednesday at Cene Park’s Field No. 2, starting at 4 p.m.

Regular season

Tyler Wiery drove in Justin Lopes in the top of the third, and that proved to be all that Niles pitching trio of Jake Foster, Cody Bobbie and Noah Arvin needed to beat Jefferson, 1-0.

Windham came from behind with a 10 run fifth inning to defeat East Canton 11-5. Cameron Pozsgai and Jake Sweet led the way for the Bombers with four RBI and three RBI, respectively.

Garfield defeated Rootstown 8-0 behind the bats of Travis Patterson who had two RBIs and Tim Schwan who had the game’s only home run.

Grand Valley was led by Tim Steed who had three hits and an RBI to defeat the Southington Wildcats, 6-2. Grand Valley was able to regain the lead in the bottom of the fifth inning after the Wildcats tied the game at two in the top of the fifth.