SOFTBALL

Green 5,

Archbishop Hoban 0

In seven innings of work, Bulldogs winner Grace Hammer allowed five hits and one walk. She struck out nine and did not allow a run. Hammer improved to 5-0 and also hit a home run in the third inning. Skylar Schaefer helped Green's offense with two hits.

 

Manchester 12,

Canton Central Catholic 0

Haley Doll helped herself improve to 4-1. Doll hit two singles and drove in five runs, as the Panthers improved to 4-2 with a run-rule win at home. Maggie Kusmits added a single, double and two RBI for Manchester.

 

Lake 10, Canfield 0

With her first two home runs of the season, Mariah Wallace led the Blue Streaks to a run-rule win at home. Wallace finished with three RBI.

 

BASEBALL

Revere 6,

Cuyahoga Falls 2

Reid Barton picked up his first varsity win in Revere's Suburban League crossover victory at home. Noah Benza had two singles and drove in three runs as the Minutemen improved to 7-3.

 

Walsh Jesuit 10,

Olentangy Liberty 1

The Warriors improved to 8-0 overall with two wins Saturday. Nick Leonatti improved to 2-0 by throwing a perfect game into the sixth inning. Evan Swan went 5-for-5 with two doubles and two RBI. Swan hit three singles in the Warriors' 8-2 win over Olentangy Berlin earlier in the day.

 

Brecksville 4, Green 0

Tommy Barth's complete-game shutout allowed the Bees to claim their second win of the season. Barth struck out five and allowed just three hits. He contributed two hits.

 

GIRLS TRACK

Kenston Relays

Host Kenston won its own relays, beating Green 93-83. The Bulldogs won the mile relay with Kendall Anenson, Olivia Gang, Carmen Sims, and Leigha Hall as well as the pole vault event with Faith Estes and Emma Dodd. 

 

Don Faix Invitational

Freshman Kya Epps won both the 100- and 200-meter dashes in leading St. Vincent-St. Mary to the girls team title at Crestwood's 12th annual Don Faix Invitational. Emily Bame took the 800, Theresa Hagy the 3,200 and Sophia Williams won the shot put to cap the individual Irish winners. Archbishop Hoban and Buchtel rounded out the top three of 12 teams in the girls standings.

In the boys events, Walsh Jesuit's 90 points edged Field's 87. St. V-M was third at 80 points. Senior Nathaniel Ondracek won the 800 and 1,600 for the Warriors.