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Sports Roundup Monday April 22
Thursday, April 25, 2013 2:32 PM


Sports Roundup Monday April 22

Softball –

Van Wert 4 Antwerp 1

LCC 5 Paulding 2


Baseball –

Fort Jennings 15 Antwerp 10


On Monday night the Archer baseball team was finally able to be on the diamond in competitive action after a week of weather delays and postponements. In a slugfest Fort Jennings outlasted Antwerp 15-10. Antwerp managed to out hit their opponent 14-12 but came up short on the scoreboard. Archers, who produced from the plate with multiple hits, included catcher Andy Coleman with one double, one single and one RBI; Colton Hamman added one double, one single, and one RBI, Trenton Copsey collected three singles and added a stolen base; Tyler Messman  picked up two singles and one RBI; Matt Reinhart also produced two singles and one RBI. Derek Smalley added three RBIs for the Archers.



LCC 7 Paulding 1

Van Wert 9 Wayne Trace 2

Wayne Trace allowed only two earned runs but it was seven unearned runs that proved to be too much to overcome as Van Wert posted a 9-2 win over the Raiders. Colby Speice had a single and a double for the Raiders with Cade Harvey adding a pair of singles. Aaron Stoller also pitched in a single for the red, white and blue.


Track & Field –

Wayne Trace Invitational –

Boys meet – Tinora 126-1/2, Fairview 104, Wayne Trace 74-1/2, Hicksville 60, Lincolnview 56, Continental 38, Stryker 30, Edgerton 26, Edon 12

Girls meet – Tinora 124, Edgerton 84-1/3, Fairview 76-1/3, Edon 62, Stryker 54, Wayne Trace 46-1/3, Lincolnview 44, Continental 23, Hicksville 13



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