Friday baseball: Antwerp snags share of GMC crown | Local Sports

SHERWOOD — Antwerp on Friday secured a share of its second Green Meadows Conference baseball title in school history, earning a 9-4 win in a make-up game at Fairview.

Luke Krouse was dominant all round for the Archers (No. 11 D-IV OHSBCA) as the BGSU committed a double and two home runs tied, driving in five of the nine runs for the blue-and-whites while batting 11 complete game win. Carson Altimus tripled in victory.

“I’m proud of my boys. We have to thank Tinora a bit for beating Wayne Trace for us, but it’s a tough conference, you can be beaten every night,” said Antwerp head coach Zac Feasby. “We went down in that game and had to fight back. They had us right where they wanted us, but we only had one inning where hitting became contagious.”

“I’m just excited to bring another championship to the Antwerp community,” said Krouse, who was a big part of the state’s Final Four basketball team that season. “We’ve been working towards this all season, it was an absolute team effort.”

Keaton Schooley doubled the loss for Fairview while Brady Karzynow had three base knocks and Nathaniel Adkins fanned 10 in six innings.

Antwerp 200 003 4 – 9 12 3

Fairview 012 010 0 – 4 6 1

Records: Antwerp 13-4 (6-1 GMC), Fairview 14-9 (3-4 GMC).

winner mug: Luke Krouse (7 innings, 4 runs, 2 earned, 6 hits, 11 strikeouts, 4 walks).

lose pitcher: Nathaniel Adkins (6 innings, 9 runs, 8 earned, 10 hits, 10 strikeouts, 2 walks). Others: Eli Shininger.

Leading Hitters: (Antwerp) – Luke Krouse double, 2 home runs, 3 carries, 5 RBIs; Hunter Sproles 2 doubles, 2 runs; Ethan Lichty 2 singles, 2 RBIs; Parker Moore 2 singles, 2 runs; Carson Altimus triple; Aidan Lichty twice. (Fairview) – Brady Karzynow 3 singles, 2 RBIs; Keaton Schooley double; Nathaniel Adkins 2 is running.

BRYAN — Tinora tagged Bryan for four runs up the top of the first inning, but the Bears fought back and prevailed for a 12-8 Slugfest win.

Dylan Dominique and Tayson Deckrosh each tripled the win for Bryan, while Noah Huard and Jase Kepler each rapped two baggers.

Cole Commisso yarded and drove a double for Tinora that day while Jayden Bergman hit a double.

Tinora 400 200 2 – 8 11 3

Bryan 201 081 x – 12 13 0

Records: Bryan 13-7, Tinora 16-4.

winner mug: Ayden Pelz (3 innings, 2 runs, 1 earned, 6 hits, 1 strikeout, 0 walks). Others: Mikey Wolff, Landon Shilling.

lose pitcher: Tristan Birks (4.1 innings, 8 runs, 10 hits, 3 strikeouts, 3 walks). Other: Eli Plassman.

Leading Clubs: (Tinora) – Cole Commisso single, home run, 2 runs, 2 RBIs; Kayden Radzik 2 singles, 2 runs; Casan Wolfrum 2 singles; Grady Gustwiller 2 singles; Jayden Bergman doubles, 2 RBIs. (Bryan) – Carter Dominique 3 singles, 2 RBIs; Taysen Deckrosh single, triple, 2 runs; Dylan Dominique single, triple, 2 runs; Noah Huard single, double; Jase Kepler double; Ayden Pelz 2 RBIs; Mikey Wolff 2 RBIs; Lazarus Lane 2 is running.

11 Hicksville, 3 Montpellier

MONTPELIER — Hicksville improved to 7-9 on the season and secured an early lead en route to an 11-3 win at Montpelier.

Jackson Bergman was a short-cycle homer for the Aces, who led 4-0 after one inning and had seven runs in the last two frames. Brody Balser chipped in three baseknocks.

Jaxson Richmond doubled and drove in twos for the Locos.

Hicksville 400 004 3 – 11 12 2

Montpellier 002 100 0 – 3 2 2

records: Hicksville 7-9, Montpellier 11-8.

winner mug: Aiden Champion (6 innings, 3 runs, 2 hits, 2 strikeouts, 3 walks). Others: Jackson Bergman.

lose pitcher: David Bowman (6 innings, 8 runs, 10 hits, 5 strikeouts, 6 walks). Others: Landon Fackler.

Leading Rackets: (Hicksville) – Jackson Bergman single, double, triple; Brody Balser 3 singles; Rylen Bassitt 2 singles. (Montpelier) – Jaxson Richmond double, 2 RBIs.

Wayne Trace 9, Miller City 1

MILLER CITY — Wayne Trace allowed just one run in the first inning, beating Miller City 9-0 the rest of the way in a road triumph.

Tucker Antoine, Cooper Wenzlick and Breven Anderson each hit a single and a double to lead the Raiders, allowing for seven hits but only the single run.

Caleb Warnimont, Evan Niese and Caleb Niese all doubled for the Wildcats.

Wayne Trace 042 200 1 – 9 9 2

Miller City 100,000 0 – 1 7 2

Records: Wayne Trace 19-2, Miller City 12-7.

winning mug: Breven Anderson (6 innings, 1 run, 7 hits, 5 strikeouts, 0 walks). Others: Kyle Forrer.

lose pitcher: Ethan Barlage (5 innings, 8 runs, 8 hits, 2 strikeouts, 5 walks). Other: Brent Koenig.

Leading Clubs: (Wayne Trace) – Cooper Wenzlick singles, doubles, 2 heats; Breven Anderson singles, doubles, 2 heats; Tucker Antoine singles, doubles, 2 RBIs; Kyle Forrer double. (Miller City) – Caleb Warnimont look-alike; Evan Niese double; Caleb sneeze double.

PANDORA — Paulding put up eight runs in the second inning to seize control and earn a 14-1 win at Pandora-Gilboa.

Sam Woods hit 10, allowing the Panthers two hits and a run in five frames. Jacob Martinez advanced Paulding with three base hits on the plate while Peyton Adams drove in four runs.

Paulding 381 02 – 14 13 0

winning mug: Sam Woods (5 innings, 1 run, 2 earned, 10 strikeouts, 1 walk).

losing pitcher: J. Maag (5 innings, 14 runs, 6 earned, 13 hits, 0 strikeouts, 4 walks).

Leading Rackets: (Paulding) – Jacob Martinez 3 singles, 3 carries, 2 RBIs; Isaac Reeb 2 singles, 2 carries, 3 RBIs; Peyton Adams 4 RBIs; Ethan Foltz 3 runs; Casey Adler 2 is running. (Pandora-Gilboa) – 2 singles.

Wauseon 5, Blissfield (Mich.) 3

BLISSFIELD, Mich. – Wauseon overran four runs to rally in the seventh inning and defeat Blissfield 5-3.

Ryan Marks played twice in the Indians’ win while Clay Stump made three walks. Will Sherman went the distance on the bump, scattering six hits and allowing just one deserved run.

Wauseon 010 000 4 – 5 6 3

Lucky Field 200 001 0 – 3 6 1

Records: Wauseon 8-14, Blissfield 15-8.

winner mug: Will Sherman (7 innings, 3 runs, 1 earned, 6 hits, 3 strikeouts, 3 walks).

lose pitcher: Landon Duval (1 inning, 4 runs, 2 hits, 0 strikeouts, 2 walks). Other: Ethan Stines.

Leading Hitters: (Wauseon) – Ryan tagged 2 singles. (Blissfield) – Brenden Holland 2 Singles.

METAMORA — Evergreen hit all 10 of his runs in the fifth and sixth innings to earn a 10-0 win over Hilltop.

Ashton Sayers ripped a pair of doubles in a day of three hits and three RBI for the Vikings, while Isaac Overfield also added three hits, including a triple.

Wade Wagner and Cameron Schlosser had the lone punches for the cadets.

Evergreen 000 055 – 10 9 1

Records: Evergreens 14-6, Hilltops 8-14.

winner mug: Hunter Vaculik (6 innings, 0 runs, 2 hits, 15 strikeouts, 2 walks).

losing pitcher: Raace Haynes (5.2 innings, 10 runs, 3 earned, 9 hits, 3 strikeouts, 2 walks).

Leading Clubs: (hill) – 2 single rooms. (Evergreen) – Isaac Overfield 2 singles, trebles, 2 runs; Ashton Sayers singles, 2 doubles, 3 RBIs; Brady Kanneman 2 is running.

FAYETTE — Edon found the scoring charts early and often, overwhelming Fayette in a 29-1 non-league shootout.

Gannon Ripke and Cole Vasquez each hit triples for the Bombers, who had 22 hits that day. Vasquez, Ethan Steinke and Garrett Skiles combined in just two of the Eagles’ goals that day.

Records: Edon 9-10 (5-2 BBC), Fayette 3-12 (0-7 BBC).

winning mug: Cole Vasquez (3 innings, 1 run, 1 hit, 7 strikeouts, 1 walk). Others: Ethan Steinke, Garrett Skiles.

losing pitcher: Wyatt Mitchell (2 innings, 15 runs, 12 earned, 12 hits, 3 strikeouts, 2 walks). Others: Shane Maginn, Elijah Lerma, Chase Moats.

Leading Hitters: (Edon) – Ethan Steinke 3 singles, 3 RBIs, 4 runs; Wade Parrish 3 singles, 2 RBIs, 3 runs; Konnor Prince 2 doubles, 3 RBIs; Cole Vasquez single, triple, 4 runs; Kyler Sapp singles, doubles, 2 runs; Caden Nester singles, doubles, 2 runs, 2 RBIs; Max Radabaugh 2 singles; Chris Joice 2 singles, 3 RBIs; Gannon Ripke triple, 2 runs, 2 RBIs; Garrett Skiles doubles, 2 RBIs, 3 runs; Ian Hickman doubles, 2 RBIs; Wyatt Moore 3 running; Carter Steinke 2 runs, 2 RBIs. (Fayette) – Double Wyatt Mitchell.

Edgerton 8, Patrick Henry 5

HAMLER — Edgerton clinched eight runs in the first four innings to defeat Patrick Henry 8-5.

Corey Everetts clinched the win for the Bulldogs by going four innings and giving up only three runs while fanning five and going seven.

Warren Nichols hit a home run and drove in two runs for Edgerton, while Corey Everetts had a triple and two singles.

Landon Johnson led Patrick Henry with three singles, two RBIs and three runs.

Edgerton 401 300 0 – 8 12 0

Patrick Henry 200 102 0 – 5 7 2

Records: Edgerton 7-12, Patrick Henry 10-9

Winner pitchers: Corey Everetts (4 innings, 4 hits, 3 runs, 3 strikeouts, 7 walks). Others: Nate Swank, Jayson Schliesser.

lose pitcher: Landon Johnson (5 innings, 11 hits, 8 runs, 6 earned, 2 strikeouts, 0 walks). Others: Aiden Behrman.

Leading Hitters: (Edgerton) – Warren Nichols home run, single, 2 RBIs; Corey Everett’s triple, 2 singles, 2 runs; Nate Swank doubles, 2 singles; Kadyn Picillo 2 singles; Jayson Schliesser 2 RBIs. (Patrick Henry) – Aiden Behrman triple, easy, 2 runs; Landon Johnson 3 singles, 2 RBIs, 3 runs; Nash Meyer double; Mason Schwiebert twice.

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