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Raiders’ Stewart tosses no-hitter against Greenon

Benjamin Logan’s Courtney Stewart did it all against host Greenon on Monday.

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Stewart led off the game by hitting a home run over the right-field fence and went on to fire a five-inning no-hitter as the Raiders rolled to an 11-0 win in Central Buckeye Conference softball action.

The Raiders are now 5-1 overall and 2-0 in the CBC.

Stewart struck out 10 and walked three en route to her no-hitter. At the plate, she finished 2-4 with two RBI.

Also for Ben Logan’s offense, Kate Campbell went 2-4 with two doubles and two RBI, Brooklyn Terrill had a double, Melina Hilty had two RBI and Jess Dodson was 2-3 with a double.

Ben Logan jumped out with two runs in the first inning and put a five spot on the scoreboard in the second inning for a 7-0 lead.

The Raiders tacked on four more runs in the fifth inning to finish off the Knights.

Ben Logan is back in action tonight at home against the Knights.

BEN LOGAN 11, GREENON 0

(five innings)

Raiders    250    04    —    11    11    0

Knights    000    00    —    0    0    1

WP—Stewart; LP—Chaffin.

 

Day powers Tigers past M’burg

Taylor Day with 3-4 with two home runs and eight RBI to propel visiting West Liberty-Salem to a 19-1 five-inning win over Mechanicsburg in an Ohio Heritage Conference softball game.

The Tigers are now 3-5 overall and 1-2 in the OHC.

WL-Salem piled up 18 hits in the win.

In addition to the big offensive game from Day, the Tigers received four hits including a double and four RBI from Melany Ward and three hits including a home run from Karlie Wilbur. Autumn Klinger had three hits, Rachel Loffing and Addie Kendall each had two hits and Kylie Gilroy added a double.

Loffing earned the win in the pitching circle.

The Tigers are back in action today at home against Cedarville.

WL-SALEM 19, M’BURG 1

(five innings)

Tigers    440    56    —    19    18    2

Indians    010    00    —    1    4    3

WP—Loffing; LP—Hartzler.

Cardinals zap Rams

Triad’s softball team scored 10 runs in the opening inning and went on to take a 19-1 five-inning victory over host Greeneview in Ohio Heritage Conference action Monday afternoon.

The Cardinals are now 6-2 overall and 2-1 in the OHC.

Triad hammered out 19 hits on the day. Spearheading the attack were Felicity Phillips, Jenna Welty and Jenna Ober.

Phillips went 4-4, Welty was 4-5 with a triple and home run and Ober went 3-4 with a double, triple and home run.

Hannah Watkins, Dayna Ober and Georgia Davis combined for a one-hitter in the pitching circle for Triad.

The Cardinals are back in action today at home against Northeastern.

TRIAD 19, GREENEVIEW 1

(five innings)

Cardinals    (10)22    32    —    19    22    0

Rams    000    01    —    1    1    4

Watkins, D. Ober (3), Davis (5) and Ehrenborg; Witt and White. WP—Watkins; LP—Witt.

Indian Lake falls to Urbana

Host Urbana defeated Indian Lake 9-5 on Monday in a Central Buckeye Conference softball game.

The Lakers are now 3-2 overall and 0-2 in the CBC.

Indian Lake held a 4-2 lead after three innings, but the Hillclimbers scored seven runs over the next three frames to take control.

Claire Maier had a triple and RBI to spark the Lakers at the plate. Leslie Reichert added a pair of RBI.

Indian Lake is back in action today at home against Urbana.

URBANA 9, INDIAN LAKE 5

Lakers    112    010    0    —    5    9    3

Hillclimbers    020    322    X    —    9    13    1

LP—Merritt.

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