Norwalk offense stays hot in DH sweep

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    Reflector photo/MIKE ELDRIDGE -- Norwalk's Sky Story high-fives head coach Julia Schmidt as she rounds third base after hitting a home run during Friday's game at Perkins High School.
    By Norwalk Reflector staff

    NORWALK — It was a good 24 hours for the Norwalk softball team.

    One day after blasting out 27 runs on 23 hits in a 27-17 win at Perkins on Friday, the Truckers swept a doubleheader over visiting Toledo Woodward by finishing with 49 runs on 58 hits in just 10 innings of non-league play.

    Norwalk (5-10) won by scores of 20-2 and 29-3.

    In the first game, the entire lineup had at least one hit and an RBI. Elyse Balduff was 3 for 4 with a double, home run and four RBIs to pace the Truckers, while Emma Kastor was 3 for 3 with a double and an RBI. Abby Marchione was 2 for 3 with a triple and three RBIs, while Karissa Conrad was 2 for 2 with a triple, home run and two RBIs.

    Also for Norwalk, Bree McGlaston was 2 for 4 with a triple and two RBIs, and Sky Story hit a pair of doubles and had an RBI. Meadow Muratori and Sydney Huges were both 2 for 2 with an RBI, while Alex Nolan doubled with three RBIs, and Sophia Bores had a hit and an RBI.

    In Game 2, Norwalk finished with 38 hits, as Hughes was 6 for 6 with a double and an RBI. Muratori was 4 for 4 with a triple and three RBIs, while Conrad was 4 for 6 with five RBIs — and Story was 5 for 5 with two doubles and seven RBIs.

    Also putting up big numbers was Nolan, who was 4 for 5 with six RBIs, while Cassondra Shinski was 5 for 5 with an RBI, and Marchione had three hits and three RBIs.

    In the circle, Kastor threw all five innings, allowing two earned runs on 11 hits with two strikeouts. She was also 4 for 5 at the plate.

    Over the three games on Friday and Saturday, Norwalk totaled 76 runs on 81 hits in 17 innings.

    Game 1

    Woodward 000 20 — 2 3 2

    Norwalk (12)42 2x — 20 20 1

    WP: Conrad; LP: N/A

    2B: (N) Story 2, Balduff, Kastor, Nolan; 3B: (N) Conrad, Marchione, McClaston; HR: (N) Balduff, Conrad

    Game 2

    Woodward 012 00 — 3 11 4

    Norwalk (12)557x — 29 38 0

    WP: Kastor; LP: N/A

    2B: (N) Story 2, Hughes; 3B: (N) Nolan 2, Muratori



    SJCC 17, St. Paul 10

    St. Paul 17, SJCC 11

    FREMONT — The Flyers split a high-scoring doubleheader against the host Crimson Streaks on Saturday.

    In a 17-10 loss in Game 1, Presley Stang was 2 for 4 with two doubles and two RBIs for the Flyers (3-11). Marlaina Sowers was 2 for 4 with two RBIs, while Kennedy Stang was 2 for 3 with a double and an RBI. Olivia Englert also added two hits.

    St. Paul then won Game 2, 17-11. Sowers went all seven innings, allowing seven earned runs on 16 hits with four strikeouts and a walk.

    Brooke Houck was 4 for 5 with a double and an RBI. Presley Stang was 3 for 5 with two doubles and two RBIs, while Kennedy Stang doubled and drove in four runs. Englert was 2 for 6 with three RBIs, and Karlie Rudolph added two hits and three RBIs, including a double.

    Game 1

    St. Paul 115 300 0 — 10 11 0

    F. SJCC 627 002 x — 17 19 3

    WP: Hotz; LP: Rospert

    2B: (STP) P. Stang 2, K. Stang

    Game 2

    St. Paul 003 265 1 — 17 17 3

    F. SJCC 225 020 0 — 11 16 3

    WP: Sowers; LP: Lopez

    2B: (STP) P. Stang 2, Rudolph, K. Stang, Houck, Sowers



    Edison 15, Gibsbonburg 10

    Edison 18, Gibsonburg 2

    GIBSONBURG — The Chargers continued to swing hot bats on Saturday to improve to 10-3 overall following a doubleheader road sweep over the Bears.

    In a 15-10 win, Kayla Mancuso was 4 for 5 with three RBIs, and Hannah Vitaz was 4 for 4 with a double and two RBIs. Jessica Stoll, Kira Appeman and Reagan King each had three hits, with King adding two RBIs.

    Also for Edison, Lindsay Fortuna had two hits and an RBI, while Eliza Brickner tripled and had two RBIs. Morgan Scott added a single and two RBIs.

    In an 18-2 win in five innings, Stoll powered the Chargers with a 3 for 3 performance that included a double, a triple and five RBIs. Fortuna added three hits and two RBIs, and pitched all five innings in the circle for the win.

    Also for the Chargers, Scott was 2 for 5 with three RBIs, while Mancuso singled and drove in three more runs. Vital also had a hit and two RBIs.

    Game 1

    Edison 142 004 4 — 15 22 2

    Gibsonburg 032 203 0 — 10 10 3

    WP: Appeman; LP: McNett

    2B: (E) Blatnik, Fortuna, Vitaz; 3B: (E) Brickner

    Game 2

    Edison (11)40 12 — 18 13 0

    Gibsonburg 002 00 — 2 8 2

    WP: Fortuna; LP: McNett

    2B: (E) Stoll; 3B: (E) Stoll



    Willard 4, Col. Crawford 1

    NORTH ROBINSON — The Crimson Flashes got back to .500 (7-7) with Saturday’s non-league win over the host Eagles.

    Cathern Hamons and Melayna Mahl both finished 2 for 4 with a double and an RBI, while Haylie Hamons also added two hits. Jena Adams also doubled and drove in a run.

    Mahl picked up the win, allowing one earned run on four hits with two strikeouts and no walks.

    Willard 001 002 1 — 4 10 1

    Crawford 000 100 0 — 1 4 1

    WP: Mahl; LP: Shade

    2B: (W) C. Hamons, Mahl, Adams



    South Central 4, Northmor 3

    GREENWICH — The Trojans (4-9) scored a walk-off win over the visiting Knights in extra innings on Saturday to earn a doubleheader split.

    In the 4-3 win, Taylor Sexton and Sierra Chill both had two hits and an RBI, while Ardana Pace had a single and an RBI, and Kailee Beaver doubles.

    Maddie Prater went all eight innings in the circle. She allowed three runs (one earned) on four hits with 10 strikeouts and two walks.

    In a 12-1 loss, Madison Allen, Beaver and Annie Cook each singled, with Pace adding a double.

    Game 1

    Northmor 000 100 20 — 3 4 3

    S. Central 200 020 01 — 4 8 2

    WP: Prater; LP: Hollingsworth

    2B: (SC) Beaver

    Game 2

    Northmor 141 24 — 12 11 3

    S. Central 000 01 — 1 4 3

    WP: Hollingsworth; LP: Keysor

    2B: (SC) Pace



    SMCC 12, W. Reserve 0

    SMCC 10, W. Reserve 0

    SANDUSKY — The Roughriders were held to five hits by St. Mary Central Catholic pitcher Allie Weilnau, who struck out 20 batters in the nine innings pitched on Saturday.

    No further information was available.

    Game 1

    W. Reserve 000 00 — 0 3 0

    St. Mary C.C. 503 4x — 12 10 0

    WP: Allie Weilnau; LP: E. Blankenship

    Game 2

    W. Reserve 000 00 — 0 2 5

    St. Mary C.C. 303 13 — 10 11 0

    WP: Weilnau; LP: J. Good



    Plymouth 7, Northwestern 6

    Danville 10, Plymouth 2

    ASHLAND — The Big Red left the MVD Invitational at Brookside Park in Ashland with a 10-3 record following a 2-1 record over the two-day tournament.

    Plymouth won the ‘D’ division championship in the tournament with its performance.

    The Big Red opened Saturday with a 7-6 win over Northwestern.

    Shilo Plank was 2 for 4 with a triple and two RBIs in the victory, with Emily Blanton adding two hits and an RBI, and Ariel Plnak had tow hits that included a double.

    Mallory Miller singled and drove in two runs, and also went the distance in the circle. She allowed six runs (one earned) on seven hits with 10 strikeouts and one walk.

    In a 10-2 loss vs. Danville, Emily Blanton was 2 for 4 with a double and an RBI, while Emily Akers, Kelsey Blankenship and Shilo Plank each had hits, including a double for both Blankenship and Plank.

    Game 1

    Plymouth 240 010 0 — 7 10 6

    Northwestern 000 500 1 — 6 7 0

    WP: Miller; LP: Hershey

    2B: (P) A. Plank, Wiley; 3B: (P) Blanton, Miller, S. Plank

    Game 2

    Danville 220 230 2 — 10 10 1

    Plymouth 100 010 0 — 2 9 5

    WP: Lavender; LP: A. Plank

    2B: (P) Blankenship, Blanton, S. Plank; 3B: (P) Akers, Wiley

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