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Prep Baseball/Softball Roundup

Buckeye Local boys and girls prevail

April 12, 2011
Times Leader

AT CONNORVILLE, Buckeye Local committed nary an error and got timely hitting en route to a 5-1 victory over invading Brooke Monday afternoon.

The Lady Panthers, who are now 3-3 on the season, received solid pitching from Jenna Clark, who started and got the victory before giving way to a pair of relievers.

Tori Nest led the plate attack for Buckeye with a double, single and two RBI. Amy Balk added two singles and a RBI. Karli Leonard donated a pair of singles and a RBI. Dana Bettineschi socked three singles and Jessi Faulkner drove in a run with a single.

Brooke, meanwhile, was led by Shannon Reardon, who had a single and a RBI.

The Lady Panthers are slated to meet St. Clairsville today.



AT Cadiz, invading Martins Ferry rolled past Harrison. Winning pitcher Cirstie Delguzzo struck out a pair and walked four.

Kylie Stalder and Addie Suriano collected two hits apiece for the Purple, combining for three RBIs. Shauna Bandy belted a double and knocked in two. Stephanie Perdok delivered a single and RBI.

Jess Custer and Madison Richards rapped a single and double for the Huskies. Summer Gladman socked two singles.



At Jefferson State Park, Edison's Zoe Westfall blanked UL on four hits, She recorded nine striekouts and two walks.

Kiley Smith slugged a home run and single for Edison. Casey Della Penna and Kristen Prokapakis socked two singles apiece.

UL's Ashten Butler belted a pair of singles.



AT CONNORVILLE, Buckeye Local won its third straight game and improved to 5-3, upending rival Martins Ferry, 11-6 on Bill Mazeroski Field.

The Panthers got another sound mound effort from Landon Brown, who worked five innings with three strikeouts and two walks.

Brandon Borkoski led the Panthers' 10-hit attack with two doubles and four RBI. Kody Cesario added two singles and two RBI. Austin Marshall plated a run with a double, while both Chayse Staten and Chase Hopkins each had a run-scoring single. Brian Zeroski donated two base hits.

Ferry was led by senior Dorsey Moore, who had a double, home run and three RBI. Jordan Murry added a two-run home run.

The Panthers are slated to host Steubenville this evening before taking on Martins Ferry again on Wednesday.


AT Cadiz, visiting St. Clairsville scored in every at-bat enroute to rolling past the Huskies.

Sam Vincenzo earned the mound decision, recording four strikeouts and four walks. A trio of HC hurlers teamed for three Ks and six walks.

T.J. Sliva collected three hits and three runs batted in for the 3-2 Red Devils. D.J. Busby, Zack Kinnick and Jared Clovis contributed two hits apiece. Busby knocked in a pair.

Nick Pelegreen singled and doubled for Harrison. Nik Edwards donated a single and run bated in.


AT Hannibal, invading Shadyside scored in all five innings en route to a convincing 17-0 victory over the Pilots Monday afternoon.

Josh Kernik was strong on the hill for the Tigers, fanning six in the complete-game effort. At the dish, he missed the cycle by a triple. He drove in four runs.

Matt Duda, Logan Hudson and Evan Marling all had multi-hit games for the Tigers.

River was led by Tucker Brown's two hits.



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