Strasburg opened Division IV tournament play with a 12-0 win over No. 15 Malvern on Tuesday at Franklin Park.
Sydney Sibilia hit a grand slam and a double to lead the Tigers’ offense, while Amelia Spidell allowed three runs through four innings while striking out eight.
Spidell also hit a single and a double with two RBIs and two runs scored, while Maggie Richards and Hayley Reiger each added a double.
The top-seeded Tigers (20-1) will host No. 10 Tuscarawas Central Catholic on Thursday at 5 p.m. for the Sectional title.
TUSCARAWAS CENTRAL CATHOLIC 12, STEUBENVILLE 1
TCC won its Division IV Sectional opener over visiting Steubenville Central Catholic.
Saints pitcher Maddie Ferrell pitched a complete game, allowing one run on six hits while striking out six.
Ferrell also recorded three hits – including a triple – for four RBIs.
The 10th-seeded Saints will play IVC North rival Strasburg in Thursday’s Sectional final.
CONOTTON VALLEY 6, RIVER 3
Conotton Valley earned a Sectional semifinal victory over No. 14 River on Tuesday.
Daphne Stuber roped three hits and scored three runs for the Rockets.
Chloe Stuber added a single and a triple for two RBIs, while Ellie Bower totaled three RBIs on a single and a double.
Masy Baker struck out 13 River batters.
Conotton Valley will play No. 12 Shadyside on Thursday at 5 p.m. in Bowerston.
NEWCOMERSTOWN 5, SHENANDOAH 3
6th-seeded Newcomerstown topped 4th-ranked Shenandoah in Tuesday’s Division IV Sectional semi.
The Trojans will travel to Toronto for Thursday’s Sectional championship (5 p.m.)DOVER
FAIRLESS 13, SMITHVILLE 3
The Fairless Falcons bested No. 17 Smithville in six innings in Tuesday’s Division III Sectional semifinal.
Fairless will play at 10th-seeded Black River in Thursday’s Sectional final (5 p.m.).
SOFTBALL – REGULAR SEASON
WEST HOLMES 16, WOOSTER 6
West Holmes flexed its offense in a Tuesday Ohio Cardinal Conference victory over visiting Wooster.
Keegan Uhl recorded three hits and totaled a pair of RBIs, while Knights pitcher Addison Yoder earned the victory to improve West Holmes to 10-13.
RIVER VIEW 7, MEADOWBROOK 6
River View jumped out to a 5-0 lead and held on for a Tuesday Muskingum Valley League win over Meadowbrook.
Raelee PcPeak managed three hits, including a double, and two RBIs for the Black Bears, while Bridgette Bible gave up six runs on five hits through 6.2 innings, with four walks and two strikeouts.
DOVER 7, MARIETTA 1
Dover earned the East Central Ohio League baseball title on Tuesday in a home victory over Marietta.
The Crimson Tornadoes (17-3, 5-0 ECOL) were led by a 1-hit performance by pitcher Bryce Graziani.
For the Dover offense, Connor McGarry roped two singles and a double for three RBIs, while James Leggett (two singles) drove in three runs.
NEW PHILADELPHIA 12, COSHOCTON 10 (9 INN.)
New Philadelphia overcame an early Coshocton offensive outburst to rally for a Tuesday extra-inning victory.
The Quakers allowed eight runs in the second inning but recovered to tie the game in the seventh before tabbing a pair of runs in the ninth.
Brenton Billman (three hits) hit a home run for two RBIs for New Phila, while Carter Vandall (who earned a save in relief of winning relief pitcher Elliot Warner) drove in two runs.
For Coshocton, Travin Berry hit a 3-run home run, while Zach Jennings, Hudson Wesney, and Blake Alexander each drove in runs during the early Coshocton scoring run.
HILAND 3, RIDGEWOOD 2
Hiland walked off against IVC foe Ridgewood in a Tuesday matchup at Lehman Field.
Jef Todaro led the Hawks with three singles and two RBIs, while Will Schlabach and Cody Yoder each hit a single and a double.
Gabe Tingle led the Generals with three singles and two RBIs.
Nolan Yoder earned the pitching win in relief for Hiland.
TUSCARAWAS VALLEY 10, GARAWAY 0
Tusky Valley completed a makeup contest with a win over Garaway.
The Trojans added two runs to an 8-0 third inning lead from April 13.
The Pirates fall to 13-5 (6-5 IVC).
CONOTTON VALLEY 3, TUSCARAWAS CENTRAL CATHOLIC 1
Conotton Valley held on for a Tuesday conference win over Central Catholic.
Zach Putnam totaled four hits for the Rockets, while Brett Putnam had two hits for C.V.
For the Saints, Gavin Douglas totaled two hits and an RBI.
CLAYMONT 5, NEWCOMERSTOWN 0
Brody Rauch struck out 13 Newcomerstown batters to lead Claymont to a Tuesday Senior Night win.
Jerrell Jones had two singles with two RBIs to lead the Mustangs, who earned their second win of the season. Paul Austin also added two singles for Claymont.
BUCKEYE TRAIL 6, TUSCARAWAS CENTRAL CATHOLIC 1
Buckeye Trail bested IVC counterpart TCC on Tuesday.
Nick Neuhart struck out eight Saints batters while allowing three hits.
Garrett Burga slapped two singles for the Warriors, while Isaac Beaver added a double.
Lucas Dummermuth drove in Central’s lone run via a sacrifice fly.
CARROLLTON 8, MINERVA 4
The Carrollton Warriors earned an Eastern Buckeye Conference win over host Minerva.
The Warriors scored all of their runs between the final two innings, including a two-run triple by Jon Birong.
WOOSTER 1, WEST HOLMES 0
Wooster plated a late run to edge host West Holmes in OCC play.
Jack Williams drove in Heyden Meese in the top of the 6th to boost the Generals to 16-4 overall and 10-1 in OCC play.
Wooster starter Brady Bowen went 6.1 innings with three hits allowed and three strikeouts, while Knights senior Noah Clark pitched a complete game (5 hits, 4 strikeouts, 6 walks).
West Holmes drops to 11-11 overall and 5-6 in OCC action.
MEADOWBROOK 7, RIVER VIEW 4
Meadowbrook rallied from a 4-run River View first inning to win an MVL contest.
Colts starter Josh Hupp recovered to allow just four hits over the final six innings (eight total) while striking out two.
Meadowbrook posted a four-run 3rd inning that included RBI singles from Easton Eibel and Aiden Reis off Black Bears starter Trace Davis (5.0 IP, 5 runs (0 earned), 6 hits, 4 strikeouts).
HARRISON CENTRAL 10, TORONTO 4
Harrison Central earned a Tuesday win over host Toronto.