May 3, 2014
Bath handed Coldwater its second defeat of the season before the Cavaliers bounced back for a win in the second game of a high school baseball doubleheader on Saturday.
The Wildcats (16-6) won the opener 8-2 before Coldwater (18-2) came back for a 7-2 win in the second game.
St. Henry 10-6, Celina 0-5
Big brother. Big game.
St. Henry’s Ryan Mikesell threw a no-hitter and hit a three-run home run in the Redskins’ 10-0 win over Celina, coached by his older brother Andy. Then in the second game of the doubleheader, he picked up a save in a 6-5 St. Henry win.
Outfielder Garrett Stout went 5 for 5 in the two wins and Andrew Lundvall was 4 for 7 with four RBIs and three stolen bases for St. Henry (17-2).
Ottoville 8, Temple Christian 3
Brandon Boecker had three hits and three RBIs and Jared Fanning had three hits for the Big Green. They also combined for 11 strikeouts on the mound.
Paulding 8, Elida 7
Kyle Kauser had three hits to lead Paulding and Treston Gonzalez had two hits. For Elida, Adam Purdy had three hits and Josh Bull had two.
St. Marys 26, Sidney 1
Tristan Becker had four hits and four RBIs, Nathan Wilker had four hits and five RBIs and Colin Burke went 4 for 4 for the Roughriders.
Shawnee 10, Sidney 4
Shawnee 14, Coldwater 4
The Indians picked up two wins in a three-team competition at Coldwater. Kierstan Courtney had a grand-slam home run and three hits in the win over Sidney. Jennifer Mitchell had three hits and MacKayla Wolff, Jamie Fullom and Shannon Simpson all had two hits.
In the win over Coldwater, Abby Hall had three hits. Hannah Taylor, Fullom and Courtney had two hits and Alyssa Windau got the win and hit a home run.
Miller City 2-7, Spencerville 1-6
The Wildcats won one-run decisions in both games of a doubleheader, 2-1 in the opener and 7-6 in the second game.
Tiffany Welty drove in the winning run in the bottom of the sixth inning in the first game, scoring Liz Schimmoeller, who doubled to lead off the inning. Welty drove in both Miller City runs.
In the second game, Schimmoeller drove in the winning run with a single after Alissa Schnipke singled and stole second. Schimmoeller, who had a home run earlier, got the win in relief after winning the first game as the starter.
Bath 6-5, Sycamore Mohawk 1-4
Julia Miller doubled in both games and Kimmy Reynolds got two wins when Bath raised its record to 18-1. The Wildkittens had to go eight innings to get the second win.
Hardin Northern 6, McComb 1
Addy Bame struck out 13 and allowed only four hits for the Polar Bears in their win. Hardin Northern improved to 7-5 overall and 5-1 in the Blanchard Valley Conference.