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Greenlee pitches Warren girls to SEOAL crown

VINCENT - Sarah Greenlee tossed a two-hitter as the Warren Lady Warriors scored a 5-1 victory over the visiting Jackson Ironladies Tuesday night at Warren High School.Greenlee allowed both hits in the opening frame when Jackson scored its lone run before no-hitting them the rest of the ball ...

Williamstown boys win Fenton Relays

WILLIAMSTOWN -The Yellowjacket boys and girls track teams turned in impressive performances in their home Fenton Relays Tuesday evening, with the boys winning over a cosmopolitan field containing many large schools, and the girls finishing a highly creditable second. Parkersburg High was ...

Pioneers split with Capital

Marietta College gave as good as it got.After taking it on the chin to Capital University, 17-2, in the opener, the Pioneers came back and delivered a knockout punch of their own, 9-1, in the nightcap of Tuesday's Ohio Athletic Conference baseball doubleheader at Don Schaly Stadium."Obviously, ...

Brookover, Morris lead Frontier past Fort Frye

BEVERLY - Lexi Brookover was a perfect 4 for 4 at the plate, including a solo home run, while Sammi Morris pitched a complete game to lead Frontier past Fort Frye, 6-2, Monday.The Cougars (10-4) used the long ball twice to take leads over the Cadets (3-9). Brookover yanked a solo shot over the ...

Tigers edge New Philly

NEW PHILADELPHIA - Trent Dawson put his pitching and hitting skills to use Monday as he led the Marietta Tigers past New Philadelphia 2-1.Dawson allowed just one run in five innings of work on the mound and also drove in both of Marietta's runs.After Kail and Turner Hill each reached base on ...

Neal shines as Warren splits with Park

VINCENT - Warren's Tanner Neal had a day he'll always remember.The Warrior left fielder tallied five hits including a 4-for-5 showing in game 2, a 16-6 romp, as Warren split a doubleheader with Wheeling Park Saturday afternoon. Park (6-9) won the opener, 5-3."I was just trying to find some ...

Hometown win

VINCENT - The Warren Warriors boys track team was victorious in the Warrior Invitational here on Saturday afternoon, edging out second placed Maysville by a narrow 111.5-104 points total.The Warrior girls finished second in their half of the competition, finishing 35 points behind impressive ...

MC softball team splits with Heidelberg

MARIETTA- Marietta College's softball team helped make Community Day a grand slam outing.The Pioneers slugged four home runs, including two slams, in a 16-15 come-from-behind triumph over visiting Heidelberg University in the opening game of an Ohio Athletic Conference doubleheader ...

Etta Express sweeps Heidelberg

TIFFIN, Ohio - Marietta College solidified its first place standing in the Ohio Athletic Conference with a doubleheader sweep of Heidelberg University Saturday in Peaceful Valley. The Pioneers have a two game lead in the OAC and now stand 18-11 overall and 8-2 in conference play. The Student ...

Advantageous Tigers take down Coshocton, 10-4

The Marietta Tigers put the bat on the ball Friday.In a 10-4 victory over Coshocton at Legion Field, Marietta put the Redskins' defense to the test by consistently making contact, resulting in six Coshocton errors. Only two Tiger at-bats ended in strikeouts as nearly everyone in orange and ...

Tiger softball falls to ’Skins

Marietta High stayed close to the league leader until the final frame.In the top of the seventh, visiting Coshocton High batted around for seven runs to defeat the Tigers, 11-2, in an East Central Ohio League softball game Friday."It wasn't that bad, because the score doesn't reflect this ...

Etta Express spells relief S-T-O-V-E-R

After being credited with his third save of the season in Marietta College's 5-4 triumph over Baldwin Wallace University at Don Schaly Stadium last Saturday, sophomore reliever David Stover got the second game off in the scheduled Ohio Athletic Conference baseball doubleheader.The ...

’Jackets outslug St. Marys

ST. MARYS - St. Marys' batters performed well at Dave Wilson Field Friday evening, racking up five extra-base hits and eight runs against Williamstown ace Reece Westfall, but a comedy of errors allowed the visiting Yellowjackets to win a wild contest, 12-9.St. Marys committed seven errors ...

Carpenter’s streak continues at Hilltop

Things didn't start at all too well for Tyler Carpenter Friday Night as he attempted to make it three wins in a row in the AMRA Late Model division at The Legendary Hilltop Speedway.Carpetner was involved in a spin with Craig Wolford in his heat race that relegated hit to a fifth place starting ...

Bradfords lead Fort Frye baseball past Caldwell

BEVERLY - Fort Frye outfielder Trent Bradford may expect a little bigger Christmas present from younger brother and Cadet pitcher Tyler this winter.The elder Bradford came up with two outstanding defense plays in left field to preserve a victory for his younger brother as the Cadets scored a ...

Warren falls to Parkersburg South

PARKERSBURG - Visiting Warren went 0 for 12 with runners in scoring position here Thursday at Hank Greenburg Field and Parkersburg South's Reece Fletcher worked into the seventh during the Patriots' 6-2 triumph against the Warriors.Ben Menarchek had a key two-out two-run double during a ...

Wildcats fall to Tomcats on diamond

WATERFORD - Waterford High had a tough day on the diamond Thursday.The Wildcats softball team suffered a 19-4 setback to visiting Trimble, while the green and white baseball squad dropped a 6-3 decision to the Tomcats."Trimble beat us 10-7 at their place (earlier in the season)," said veteran ...

Pioneers sweep Baldwin Wallace

BEREA - Marietta College stayed in the thick of the Ohio Athletic Conference softball race with a doubleheader sweep Thursday at Baldwin Wallace University. The Pioneers took game one, 13-1, in five innings and completed the sweep with a 3-2 victory in game two.Marietta improves to 15-15 on the ...

’Jackets tennis earns sweep

WILLIAMSTOWN - An absolute gorgeous day. One couldn't have asked for a better one Thursday as the Williamstown boys and girls tennis squads welcomed Sissonville to town.The day started with No. 1 doubles as Alyssa Hoffman and her partner Alexis Jones dominated their opposition, 8-2, No. 2 ...

Doddridge drubs Catholic

DAVISVILLE, W. Va. - Parkersburg Catholic fell behind visiting Doddridge County 4-0 after just a half an inning and never caught up in dropping an 11-5 decision to the Bulldogs Thursday at Marshall Field.PCHS, now 3-5, plays three games in the state Catholic baseball tournament at Bridgeport, ...