Field 4, West Branch 3
The Falcons (16-6) scored all four of their runs in the final three innings to defeat the host Warriors (10-14).
Junior Alex Bower singled twice, drove in two runs, scored a run and stole a base for the Falcons.
Marlington 3, Louisville 1
D.J. Greiner doubled twice and drove in two runs in the Dukes’ (11-5, 5-8 Northeastern Buckeye) home victory.
Jacob Jones improved to 5-3 and Shawn Kirk recorded his first save of the year for the Dukes.
Singling twice and doubling for the Leopards was Pavin Parks, who also took the loss, dropping to 6-1.
Firestone 9, Revere 3
The Falcons were consistent at the plate, scoring in every inning but two to defeat the host Minutemen.
Leading the Falcons (10-11) at the plate were seniors Tyler Edgerson (two singles, RBI, two runs) and Drew Fite (two singles, two RBI, run) and junior Ben Hayes (two singles, RBI, two runs).
Manchester 4, Ellet 3; Manchester 3, Ellet 0
The host Panthers won both games of a doubleheader to improve their record to 17-6.
Freshman second baseman Tatem Christy led the Panthers at the plate, combining for two doubles, a triple and an RBI for the Panthers.
Freshman Alyssa Cook singled twice and drove in a run for the Orangemen (11-11) in the first game.
North Canton Hoover 3, Warren Howland 2; North Canton Hoover 3, Walsh Jesuit 0
Junior shortstop and Oregon recruit Jenna Lilley continued to shine for the host Vikings (26-0), slugging two doubles with an RBI in the first game and hitting her seventh home run of the season in the second game.
Medina 6, Hudson 1
Sophomore Madison Tata singled twice, doubled, drove in three runs and scored for the host Bees (18-6).
Freshman Jessie Holzman added two singles to the victory.