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Beallsville Sports 4/17/14
Written by Staff   
Wednesday, April 16, 2014 10:46 AM

Beallsville tallied a two-run win over Trinity Christian Apr. 19 posting the 4-2 score in the evening game. The Blue Devils scored four times in the bottom of the first inning with pitcher Lance Goddard going the distance striking out one and walking two. He also had an RBI single to help the cause. Kris Palmer and Dawson Weekley added RBI doubles for the Blue Devils. Earlier in the afternoon Beallsville lost to Paden City 11-0 in six innings. John Dietrich had a single and a double to pace the Blue Devils.

In Beallsville softball action Apr. 10, Beallsville was defeated by Paden City 15-7 in the first game of a double header for Paden City. Lakyn Tubaugh homered with two RBIs for Beallsville while Phillips contributed a double. On the mound for the Blue Devils were Stewart (OSO), Marley lp, (4SO, 6W) and catching was Shriver.

 
Monroe Central Sports 4/17/14
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Wednesday, April 16, 2014 10:46 AM

Tanner Burkhart had two singles, a home run and an RBI as Monroe Central won a close 6-5 game in their meeting on the mound with Fort Frye in baseball action Apr. 9. Monroe Central scored three runs in the seventh inning including two with two outs. Eric Ward tied the game with an RBI base hit and Chad Alleman drove in his second RBI and the game-winning run with a base hit. Adding to Seminole scoring were: Devin Jackson, with a double and an RBI; Ethan Groves, a single and an RBI; Eric Ward, a single and an RBI. On the mound for Monroe Central were Bryan Duffy, Ethan Groves (wp) with catcher Peter Frontz.

Monroe Central’s Seth Alleman singled for the go-ahead run in the fifth inning Apr. 10 to give the Seminoles a 3-2 win over Shenandoah. Tanner  Burkhart had the victory striking out six and walking one. He also helped his team with a singled an an RBI. Ward posted an HR.

Monroe Central went down to a 17-7 defeat at the hands of Martins Ferry Apr. 12, but came back to post an 8-7 win in the second game of the double header. Monroe Central’s offense in the first game was led by Chad Alleman with a double and 4 RBIs. Ethan Groves who had an RBI single, Peter Frontz had two singles  and Eric Ward added an RBI.

 
River Sports 4/17/14
Written by Jason Miller, Correspondent   
Wednesday, April 16, 2014 10:45 AM

The softball team suffered its first loss to Magnolia in the Strike Out Muscular Dystrophy game on Monday, April 7. After Magnolia scored three in the first inning, River began to battle back in the fifth to lose 4-2. Monica Curtis pitched the entire game, generating 7 strikeouts. She, also, had a hit. Gabby Goudy, Mackenzie Marshall, Haylee Bowers, Rosie Romick and Mikayla Cieszeski all had a hit. Goudy and Cieszeski had an RBI each.

The baseball game on Monday, April 7, was canceled due to inclement weather.

The Lady Pilots softball team quickly bounced back from its first loss, with a 9-0 victory over Tyler on Tuesday, April 8. Gabby Goudy had 10 strikeouts pitching and a hit batting. Curtis, Cieszeski, Romick, Zoe Rush, Madi Taylor and Lexi Piatt each had one hit. Romick and Piatt, also, had an RBI, while Taylor added 2 RBIs. Marshall contributed 2 hits and 2 RBIs. Haylee Bowers added 3 hits and 2 RBIs. Emelie Heater contributed 2 hits.

Both track teams finished 2nd at the WTTL meet at Tyler. Scoring points for the girls: Abby Caldwell won the 100, 200 and 400 meter dashes, as well as the 300 hurdles with times of 13.2, 27.5, 1:03 and 49.6 respectively. Devyn Potts was runner-up in the 400, 100 hurdles and 300 hurdles with times of 1:06, 18.2 and 50.4 respectively. Shayna Indermuhle placed 5th in the 800 (2:57). In the 1600, Makenna Collins placed 3rd (6:47), while Kara Dotterer finished 4th (7:12). In the 3200, Collins was 2nd (15:02), and Alex Karpacs-Brown was 3rd (16:52). The 4x100, 4x200, and 4x800 teams finished 2nd (56.9, 1:57 and 12:29 respectively). The 4x400 team placed 3rd (4:55). The 4x100 shuttle hurdles finished 4th (1:22). Courtney Imhoff was 2nd in the high jump (4-08) and 5th in the long jump (13-03). Jesica Karpacs was 3rd in the long jump (14-05). Amanda Bennett placed 3rd in the discus (68-00), while Haylee Winkler was 5th (65-03). Scoring for the boys: Bryce Cross won the 200 (24.4) and came in 3rd in the 100 (11.7). Braden Whetsell was 4th in the 200 (25.4). Joey Flannery won the 400 (54.0) and was runner-up in the 800 (2:13). Oliver Cummins was 5th in the 800 (2:30). Hunter Richmond placed 3rd in the 3200 (15:00). The 4x100 team was runner up (47.7), while the 4x200 and 4x400 teams won (1:38 and 3:59 respectively). The 4x800 team came in 4th (11:11). Brok Cross won the high jump (5-10), while Colten Wright was runner-up (5-08). Brett Rosen won the shot put (39-10) and came in 5th in the discus (85-09).

 
Bowling News 4/1/14
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Wednesday, April 16, 2014 10:12 AM

Princess League

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Malaga BP                 74-54

Paulus Insurance        72-56

Donna's Beauty Nook  64-64

Riesbeck's                  63-65

 
Monroe Central Seminoles Baseball Play at PNC Park
Written by Staff   
Wednesday, April 16, 2014 9:38 AM

The Monroe Central baseball team had the opportunity of a lifetime April 11 when they played a game at PNC Park, the home of the Major League Pittsburgh Pirates. The Seminoles, who were supported by an estimated 180 fans at the game, played Pennsylvania powerhouse Shenango High School Wildcats. The Noles lost the game but, according to Coach Ryan Rosnick, “It wasn’t whether we won or lost; it was allowing these players and fans the opportunity to experience a once in a lifetime opportunity to see their son or friend play in such an environment.” Taking part in the game were all 16 Seminole players and coaches. “I would like to thank all my support from local businesses and individuals that helped us out in the process,” said Rosnick. “Without them this would not have been possible. This was the greatest experience that I have ever been a part of as a coach and I will remember this forever.” Shown, from left, back row: assistant coach Greg Biedenbach, Eric Ward, Tanner Burkhart, Seth Alleman, Sean Witt, Peter Frontz, Evan Blackstone, Austin Swallow, Devin Jackson, Keith Bable and assistant coach John Rosnick; second row: head coach Ryan Rosnick, Bryan Duffy, Clay Weckbacher, Ethan Groves, Chad Alleman, Cody Ward, Garrett Langsdorf and asst. coach Tim Blue;  front: bat boys Peyton Blue and Zayne Rosnick.

 
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