April 21, 2014

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Varsity baseball April 4

EDON 3, ANTWERP 0

The Archers dropped a 3-0 decision to Edon in non-league action at Antwerp last week.

Zac Coleman kept the blue and white in it, allowing only one hit to the Bombers, but five Archer errors proved to be too much to overcome.

SHAWNEE 13, PAULDING 7

Paulding fell to Lima Shawnee 13-7 with Dylan Egler pacing the offense with two hits.

O-G 18, PAULDING 4

O-G 10, PAULDING 0

On Saturday, the Panthers dropped a pair of games to Ottawa Glandorf as the Titans recorded wins by scores of 18-4 and 10-0.

LIMA BATH 2, W. TRACE 1

Wayne Trace came up short by a 2-1 decision to Lima Bath last week. Dylan Horner, Austin Speice, Broc Forrer, Aaron Stoller, Bailey Poling and Caleb Mead all had hits for the Raiders.

STRYKER 3, WAYNE TRACE 2

The Raiders dropped a 3-2 decision to Stryker in non-league play last week. Cade Harvey had a double for Wayne Trace with Colby Speice, Austin Speice and Stoller chipping in singles.

CONTINENTAL 5, W. TRACE 4

Key defensive mistakes and crucial base running errors proved to be too much to overcome for the red, white and blue as visiting Continental posted a 5-4 victory over the Raiders.

Horner went the distance for Wayne Trace, giving up eight hits and two walks to go along with three strikeouts.

Horner, Austin Speice, Colby Speice, Bailey Poling, Mead and Jewell all had hits for the Raiders.