Softball

Walsh Jesuit 6, Archbishop Hoban 3 (8)

The Warriors put together an incredible rally with two outs in the eighth inning for a comeback win at home to increase their lead in the North Coast League.

After Hoban scored one run in the top of the eighth, Walsh Jesuit strung together clutch at-bats with two outs. Riley Zana started the comeback with a walk, which was followed by a double by Marisa Cartellone.

With runners on second and third, Hoban intentionally walked Alyssa Lavdis to load the bases and set the stage for pinch hitter Abbey Rzeszutko.

Rzeszutko got behind in the count and down to her last strike before blasting a grand slam to help Walsh Jesuit improve to 11-4 overall and 7-1 in NCL play.

Barberton 6, St. Vincent-St. Mary 4

After giving up three runs in the first inning, Hailey Abrams settled down and held St. V-M in check to allow the Magics to come from behind and steal a nonconference win at home.

Tied at 4-4 heading into the bottom of the sixth inning, Barberton (6-9) scored two runs to gain its first lead of the afternoon and give Abrams some breathing room.

Abrams proceeded to shut the door and finish the complete game, improving her record in the circle to 3-6.

Haylee Marr led the Magics with two singles and an RBI and senior Gabriel Jackson ripped three singles and scored one run.

Tara Lanham and Ari Johnson each cracked home runs for the Fighting Irish.

Baseball

Jackson 4, Green 3

Yianni Skeriotis earned another win on the hill for Jackson and the Polar Bears earned a tough Federal League win at home to remain perfect in conference play.

Skeriotis, an Ohio State commit, hurled six innings, giving up three runs on nine hits. He improved to 5-0 on the mound this season.

Spencer Stanton came on and shut the door for the save to help Jackson improve to 11-4 overall and 6-0 in the league.

Garrettsville 3, Lake Center Christian 2

Three errors proved costly as Lake Center allowed two early unearned runs and could not recover on the road.

Kyle Workman single twice to lead Garrettsville (6-3, 3-2).

Derek Miller earned a complete-game victory on the mound, allowing seven hits.