Compiled by Gary R. Rasberry
Brittany Young had two hits and three runs batted in as Parkway improved to 3-0 on the season with a 7-0 win over Paulding at the Inter-mediate School in Mendon.
Young, one of the smaller -- and fastest -- players in the area, took advantage of a stiff win blowing out at Mendon, hitting a two-run homer over the fence in one at-bat.
In the second, she nearly took another out, settling for a run-scoring triple to allow her to have a 2-for-2 day with three runs scored. Tiffany Steinbrunner shut down the Paulding Panthers, firing a one-hitter and striking out six for her second win of the season.
Jayme Marbaugh added a double and Ashley Gamble had a run-scoring single to help out the Parkway offense.
Parkway is at Van Wert on Friday.
Paulding 000 000 0 -- 0 1 1
Parkway 320 200 X -- 7 5 2
WP -- Steinbrunner
LP -- Adams
2B -- Pw: Marbaugh
3B -- Pw: Young
HR -- Pw: Young
Records: Parkway 3-0.
Staton shuts down Raiders
Maria Staton struck out 11 Russia players as New Bremen improved to 3-1 on the year with a 6-1 win over the Raiders in Russia.
Staton earned her third win of the season, walking two and scattering two hits in the complete-game win.
Staton also hit well, collecting two hits and two RBI. Jennifer Dick added two doubles for the Cardinals.
New Bremen hosts Marion Local on Thursday.
New Bremen 301 110 0 -- 6 8 0
Russia 010 000 0 -- 1 2 3
WP -- Staton
LP -- Lachat
2B -- NB: Dick (2), Staton. R: Monnin
Records: New Bremen 3-1.
Indians run ruled
Fort Recovery dropped to 3-2 on the season with a 10-0 five-inning loss at Houston on Tuesday.
Beth May suffered the loss, giving up four runs -- three earned -- in 41/3 innings.
The Wildcats made things just as tough on reliever Kinsey Wenning, chalking up six earned runs on no hits -- six walks -- in a third of an inning to trigger the run rule.
Jodi Tobe had the lone hit for the Indians.
Fort Recovery hosts Fort Recovery on Saturday for a doubleheader.
Cavaliers at .500
Troy Siefring continues to shine in his comeback from an ACL injury. The Coldwater senior hit a three-run homer in the fifth to help the Cavaliers come back from being down 3-0 to beat Greenville 11-3 at Veterans Field. Coldwater, which lost the first two games of the season, is now 2-2.
Siefring's shot in the bottom of the fifth was part of a four-run inning to put Coldwater up 4-3.
The Cavs added seven more runs in the sixth to put the game away.
That was all that Adam Timmerman needed going the distance in allowing just one earned run and one walk to get the win.
Steve Borger and Riley Muhlenkamp added two hits each.
Coldwater will host LCC today at 5 p.m. in a rescheduled game from Monday.
Greenville 001 020 0 -- 3 7 1
Coldwater 000 047 X -- 11 10 1
WP -- Timmerman
LP -- Marker
2B -- G: Mackenzie. Cw: Borger, Siefring, R. Muhlenkamp.
HR -- Cw: Siefring.
Records: Greenville 4-3, Coldwater 2-2.
Redskins win wild game
Despite making eight errors in the game, St. Henry improved to 5-1 on the season with an 11-5 win at Van Wert.
The game saw two inside-the-park home runs and two hit batsmen for Redskin starter Jay Woeste.
Other than the two plunked Cougars (3-3), Woeste was solid, striking out four and walking just one to get his first win of the season in a complete game effort.
Kyle Bruggeman paced the Redskins' hitting attack with a 2-for-3 day, including an inside-the-park homer for the Redskins. Brent Kremer went 2-for-4 with a double. The other inside-the-park round-tripper went to Kyle Smelser of the Cougars.
The Redskins put up five-run frames in the second and seventh innings to put the game away.
St. Henry's schedule at the end of the week got busy leading into Saturday's WCSM/St. Henry Bank Invitational.
On Thursday, Ottoville comes to the Wally Post Athletic Complex for a newly scheduled game. On Friday, the Redskins will make up last Friday's postponed home game with LCC.
St. Henry 050 010 5 -- 11 8 8
Van Wert 011 201 0 -- 5 3 1
WP -- Woeste
LP -- Klinker
2B -- SH: B. Kremer
HR -- SH: Bruggeman. VW: Smelser
Records: St. Henry 5-1, Van Wert 3-3.
Wildcats rout Trojans
A 10-run fourth inning allowed Minster to trip the run-rule as Jonathan Borges and Jimmy Stechschulte combined for a one-hitter in the Wildcats' 13-0 win in Shelby County on Tuesday to improve to 2-0.
Borges went the first four innings, striking out nine and walking one in allowing the lone Trojan hit of the game. Stechsculte wrapped up the game with a perfect fifth.
Eric Bernhold paced the Wildcat offense with a double and three runs batted in. Jake Luttmer added a triple as part of a two-hit day.
Minster will also play a makeup game today, hosting Wapakoneta at Hanover Street Park for a 4:30 p.m. start.
Minster 001 (10)2 -- 13 8 0
Botkins 000 0 0 -- 0 1 5
WP -- Borges
LP -- Z. Wildermuth
2B -- M: Bernhold
3B -- M: Luttmer
Records: Minster 2-0, Botkins 0-2.
Panthers fall in extra frames
An error in the sixth inning allowed Fort Loramie to tie Parkway at 2-all and force extra innings.
The Redskins scored twice in the top of the ninth to get a 4-2 win over the Panthers at Don Black Field. Parkway drops to 4-3 as the Redskins improve to 4-0 with the win.
Trevor Krogman suffered the loss after relieving Jordan Heckler. Derik Snyder paced the Parkway offense with a home run.
Parkway hosts Antwerp on Friday.
Fort Loramie 100 001 002 -- 4 6 2
Parkway 011 000 000 -- 2 4 2
WP -- Goldschmidt
LP -- Krogman
2B -- FL: Ludlow
HR -- FL: Hoying. Pw: D. Snyder
Records: Fort Loramie 4-0, Parkway 4-3.
NetDogs 2-0 in WBL
A day after getting shut out in a windy contest at Green-ville, the Celina tennis team rebounded by shutting out Wapa-koneta 5-0 at the High School Courts on Tuesday to stay perfect in the Western Buckeye League.
Brad Krick beat Ryan Kentner 6-0 and 6-1 in first singles with Neil Hoyng taking a 6-1, 6-2 win over Andrew Mam-mone. Ethan Westgerdes beat Austin Hunt in matching 6-1 sets to finish the singles sweep.
In doubles, Matt Stetler and Kyle Everman beat Derek Mankin and Yoshihiro Kogure in a pair of 6-0 sets while Alex Ball and Cory Darland beat Ryan Bailey and Jackson Waterman 6-1, 6-0 to round out the sweep.
Josh Ebbing and Zach Darland won the only contested JV match of the day with a 4-3 win over Mankin and Kogure.
Celina hosts Bluffton on Thursday before traveling to St. Marys on Friday for another WBL match.
Indians split with Railroaders
Fort Recovery split a dual track meet with Bradford at Barrenbrugge Park. The Lady Indians dominated a 96-29 meet while the Railroader men beat the Tribe 80-47.
Two Indians had three-win days. Holly Stein captured both throwing events and added a win in the long jump as well.
Vicki Roessner captured both hurdle events and won the 100-meter dash as well. Tina Roessner won the 800 and 1,600 runs with Rachel Tobe (200 dash), Mindy Vogel (400 dash), Samantha Bihn (3,200 run) and Tiff Gaerke (high jump) also winning.
John Westgerdes won both throwing events for the Indian boys. Eric Lamm took the 400 with Adam Steinbrunner taking the 3,200.
The Indians host the Fort Recovery Invitational on Friday.
JUNIOR VARSITY SOFTBALL
Panthers stay perfect
Sara King struck out five batters to help Parkway beat Paulding 11-1 in six innings in Mendon.
Courtney Davis went 2-for-4 with three stolen bases while Chelsea O'Neal went 2-for-4 with two steals. Megan Stose added three RBI.
Bulldogs win again
Celina improved to 3-1 in frosh action with a 5-3 win over Crestview.
Tyler Shellabarger struck out five in five innings to get the win.
Dylan Pottkotter and Jared Bader each had two hits to lead Celina.
The Bulldogs host St. Henry on Thursday at Diamond 6 in Eastview Park.