The Carrollton Warriors scored four first-inning runs and took advantage of seven Strasburg errors in their 8-4 Tuesday night baseball victory at Franklin Park.
Cayden Riniger pitched a complete game for the Warriors, allowing seven hits and four runs while striking out four. Ringer also drove in two runs, while Jaxon Rinkes collected two hits and scored two twice against Strasburg starter Alex Burkett (7.0 innings, nine hits, eight runs (four earned), three strikeouts).
Derek Rissler led the Tigers with two hits, including a double.
NEW PHILADELPHIA 12, TUSCARAWAS VALLEY 1 (5 INN.)
New Philadelphia’s offense steamrolled the Tusky Valley Trojans in a five-inning non-conference matchup.
Maddow Brown allowed four hits over five innings and struck out three Tusky Valley batters.
Brenton Billman went 3-for-4 with a double, triple, and a 2-run home run to lead the Quakers offense, while Brown slapped a single and a double for two RBIs.
New Philadelphia also won the junior varsity game in an 8-5 final.
MALVERN 2, NEWCOMERSTOWN 1
Johnny Walker allowed two hits and one run in a complete-game performance to lead Malvern past Newcomerstown on Tuesday.
Walker scored twice on a pair of Tristan Phillips hits as the Hornets improved to 7-6 (5-4 IVC North).
STEUBENVILLE 4, INDIAN VALLEY 3
Steubenville’s three-run 5th inning led the Big Red to a non-conference win over Indian Valley.
Malone commit JT Thompson went the distance, allowing three runs on six hits with five strikeouts.
FOr the Braves, Trevor Myers allowed four runs on eight hits over seven innings, while striking out five. Myers also led the I.V. offense with two hits in three at-bats.
The Braves drop to 13-2 for the spring.
SANDY VALLEY 14, FAIRLESS 3
Senior Night in Magnolia ended well for Sandy Valley, who bested Fairless.
Ben Petro (1-3, RBI, two stolen bases) led the Cardinal offense, while Brody Marks earned his third pitching win of the year.
Zack Long, Trevor Horrisbeger, and Justin Burkett each drove in a run for the Falcons.
GARAWAY 8, HARRISON CENTRAL 1
Garaway scored eight runs over nine hits in a Tuesday night victory at Harrison Central.
The Pirates were led by Zach Misko’s 10 strikeouts over six innings. Misko allowed one hit to the Huskies, while Payton Keller recorded two hits for 3 RBIs.
The Pirates improve to 8-3 for the season.
RIDGEWOOD 3, TUSCARAWAS CENTRAL CATHOLIC 0
The Ridgewood Generals earned an IVC win on Tuesday at Tuscarawas Central Catholic.
Ridgewood moved to 5-6 and 3-4 in IVC play, while the Saints dropped to 0-11 (0-6).
MARLINGTON 10, MINERVA 0 (6 INN.)
Marlington mercy-ruled Minerva in a 6-inning affair on Tuesday.
Tommy Skelding went 2-for-3 with a triple and 2 RBIs for Marlington, while Caden Bates, Drew Denham, and Garrett Odey each collected two hits and an RBI.
Odey allowed one hit and tossed five strikeouts in the win for the Dukes, who improve to 10-2 (7-0 EBC).
The Lions drop to 4-9 (1-5 EBC).
WEST HOLMES 11, LEXINGTON 0 (5 INN.)
West Holmes scored in each of the first four innings of their Tuesday road win at Lexington.
Brady Smith and Gino DiNardi each tabbed three hits for the Knights offense, while Rudy Hershberger went 2-for-4 with a 3-run home run in a 4-RBI performance.
West Holmes improves to 9-7 and 3-4 In Ohio Cardinal Conference play.
STRASBURG 18, BUCKEYE TRAIL 2
Strasburg wielded red-hot bats in their Tuesday win over Buckeye Trail.
Emma Gilkerson roped her fifth home run of the season, while Jaelynn Marks recorded her first homer for the Tigers.
Strasburg moved to 6-0 in IVC North play and 12-2 overall.
GARAWAY 9, TUSCARAWAS CENTRAL CATHOLIC 0
Garaway earned its fifth straight win on Tuesday against Central Catholic.
Garaway totaled 11 hits for the contest, including two triples from Meghan Pettite, who also recorded two RBIs and two runs scored.
Grace Yoder added two doubles and a run, while Amia Proper and Jodi Mast each added two RBIs.
Isabelle Tetreault pitched all seven innings for the Pirates, striking out 10 while allowing just three hits.
Maddie Ferrell led the Lady Saints with two hits.
TUSCARAWAS VALLEY 13, SANDY VALLEY 3 (5 INN.)
Kadence Stutz and Kylie Rohr each went yard for Tusky Valley in their victory over Sandy Valley.
Stutz roped a grand slam, while Rohr added a home run while earning the pitching victory for the Trojans.
CONOTTON VALLEY 14, MALVERN 2
The Lady Rockets offense rolled to a Tuesday win at Malvern.
Daphne Stuber and Jordyn Braun each recorded three hits, while Chloe Stuber, Delaney Peters, and Masy Baker each added two hits.
Conotton Valley improves to 6-0 in the IVC North and 12-1 overall.
TRACK AND FIELD
INDIAN VALLEY 100, GARAWAY 44, SANDY VALLEY 31 (BOYS)
INDIAN VALLEY 65, SANDY VALLEY 60, GARAWAY 50 (GIRLS)
Indian Valley won a pair of Tuesday triangular matches with Garaway and Sandy Valley.
The Braves boys earned first-place finishes in the following events: 4×800 (9:09, Isaac Klaserner, Kolton Smith, Max Kinsey, Joe Carlisle); 110 hurdles (15.62, Kolton Thomas); 4×200 (1:37, Eric Golder, Remmy Myers, Owen Fockler, Benaiah Klaserner); 1600 (4:40, Xander Heil); 400 (54.72, Max Steed); 200 (24.35, Klaserner); 3200 (10:38, Heil); and pole vault (15’4″, David Adams).
On the girls’ side, Indian Valley earned wins in the 4×800 relay (Brooklyn Myers, Rylee Raymond, Alisha Shaw, Micaylea Plants); 100 hurdles (Bre Cook, Bre Taylor); 100 dash (Lora Shaw, Joselynn Boor); 4×200 relay (Chloe Erb, Ellie Stidd, Lindsay Wrather, Steph Lute); 1600 (Raymond, Rylie Landis, Gia Miller); 4×100 relay (Erb, Taylor, Stidd, Lute); 400 dash (Alisha and Lora Shaw); 300 hurdles (Myers); 800 (Plants, Raymond); 200 dash (Alisha Shaw, Stidd); 3200 (Myers, Landis); 4×400 relay (Plants, Taylor, Raymond, Alisha Shaw); long jump (Lute, Wrather); discus (Sophia Cox, Ava Smith); shot put (Sprowl); long jump (Taylor, Erb); and pole vault (Laynee McDaniel, Isabel Gambs).
WOOSTER 5, WEST HOLMES 0
West Holmes suffered its first spring loss to Wooster on Tuesday.
Mark Wood defeated West Holmes’ Hunter Ellis (6-1, 6-3) in singles play, while Brick Ranney beat Alex Pringle (6-0, 6-0) and Garrett Ranney topped Max Maker (6-0, 6-0).
In doubles, Jared Pennell and John Sibilia defeated James Barr and Brody Schaad (6-0, 6-0), while Luke Pomfret and Ishoon Gireesh (6-7 (4-7), 6-1, 11-9) added a doubles win for Wooster.
The Knights drop to 12-1 and 3-1 in the OCC.
ZANESVILLE 5, CLAYMONT 0
The Blue Devils swept the Claymont Mustangs in a Tuesday match.