Prep Roundup: Lahna wins 200th game at Bellaire; Shadyside, St. C. roll in baseball

ST. JOE — Melissa Lahna picked up career victory No. 200 Wednesday when Bellaire defeated Buckeye Local, 13-3, in softball action on the Bellaire Middle School diamond. She is in her 17th season.

Tenley Hughes supplied the offense and the pitching for the Big Reds (11-10). She drove in four runs with a triple and solo home run, while scattering five hits and striking out a pair in a route-going performance.

Katrina Davis singled twice, doubled and drove in two runs. Natalie Stoner knocked in a pair with two singles and Kaitlyn Kosky singled, tripled and drove in one. Mia Gavarkavich and Courtney Ault both singled in runs.

Kya Demeter drove in two runs with a double and triple for the Panthers.

Barnesville 3, River 2

AT BARNESVILLE, Cayleigh Reynolds singled down the right field line with two outs in the bottom of the eighth inning to score Erin Hannahs as the Shamrocks (12-11) rallied past the visiting Pilots at Memorial Park.

Hannahs reached on an error leading off the eighth and went to third on a sacrifrice bunt by Baylie Leach. With two outs, Madison Detling was walked intentionally to load the bases, setting the stage for Reynolds’ heroics.

River had tied the game in the top of the seventh with two runs, the last coming as Katie Rufener scored on a passed ball. Katie Lively has the other RBI.

Detling picked up the win in relief of Regan Hanlon, who struck out seven, walked five and scattered three hits. She also slugged a solo home run.

Reynolds finished with two singles.

Jonayah Moeller singled twice for the Pilots.

Garaway 5, Harrison Central 1

AT CADIZ, the Huskies (12-8) scoring troubles continued Wednesday against the visiting Pirates (13-6).

Garaway built a 5-0 lead before Harrison Central scored in the sixth.

Danyel Beadling had a double for the Huskies.

Harrison Central hosts Martins Ferry today.

Bridgeport 7, Linsly 5

AT WOLFHURST, Brooklyn Ruble struck out 14 and walked two as Bridgeport prepped for Friday night’s OVAC 2A title game by edging Linsly at Irene Ehni Memorial Field.

Jaren Tucker paced the Bulldogs (12-5) offensively with a double and two singles.

Haley Heitz also doubled and laced two singles for the Cadets.


Shadyside 13, Cameron 0

AT MOUNDSVILLE, the Tigers bounced back from Monday’s OVAC Class 2A semifinal loss by rolling past the Dragons, who will be playing for the Class A title this weekend, in 5 innings.

Ryan Florence knocked in four runs with a single and double for Shadyside. Anthony Coggins added a two-run homer and Korey Beckett (double) and Collin Holmes (single) evenly divided four runs batted in.

Coggins struck out four in four innings without a walk. Mason Vannest worked the fifth. They teamed on a 4-hitter.

Monroe Central 4, Caldwell 3

AT CALDWELL, Talin Babcock dod the job on the mound and at the plate as Monroe Central edged Caldwell in eight innings.

Babcock tripled, had doubles and singled en route to driving in two runs. He also picked up the win, fanning four and walking one.

St. Clairsville 12, John Marshall 2

AT GLEN DALE, Kyle Storer laced four singles and two RBI as St. Clairsville rolled past John Marshall.

Matthew Busby also continued his strong campaign with a single, a double and a RBI for the Red Devils.

Reid Wiley paced the Monarchs (10-15) with two hits, while Joel Wise delivered a double and a RBI and Chas McCool added a single and a RBI.

Weir 10, Union Local 4

AT MORRISTOWN, Drew Curtis led Weir over Union Local with two hits.

Reid Hoover singled and drove in three and Nick Paul singled and plated two for the Red Riders.

Cody Morrison paced the Jets with two hits and a double, while Kolby Smolira added a single and two RBI.