WAYNE TRACE 2, STRYKER 0
Wayne Trace posted wins in each of their first two games last week as the Raiders defeated both Continental and Stryker.
The Raiders defeated host Stryker 2-0 behind a four-hit combined shutout from Marcus McVay and Colby Speice. McVay recorded the win, tossing four innings while allowing two hits and three walks with three strikeouts.
Speice pitched the other three frames, giving up two hits and a walk while fanning five Panther hitters.
Aaron Stoller and McVay also posted two hits to top the Raider offense with Darian Asher, Austin Fast, Speice and Grant Gillett getting one hit each.
WAYNE TRACE 6, CONTINENTAL 5
The Raiders got past Continental 6-5 in the season opener, scoring six times in the second and holding off a late Pirate rally.
McVay and Noah Stoller had the lone Raider hits, both singles. Aaron Stoller got the win for the red, white and blue, fanning seven Pirate hitters and walking three in five innings of work.
TINORA 22, ANTWERP 8
Antwerp dropped a 22-8 decision to Tinora in league play as the Rams scored a dozen times in the opening inning.
Derek Smalley had a pair of hits for the blue and white with Tyler Messman adding a double.
Tinora added two runs each in the second and third innings before Antwerp got on the board by scoring four times in the fourth. The Rams plated six more in the home half of the fourth and the Archers completed the night by getting four more in the fifth.
FAIRVIEW 8, PAULDING 3
Fairview defeated Paulding 8-3 as the Apaches scored five times between the first two innings.
After the Panthers got one back in the third, the black and gold posted two more in the fourth and one in the fifth to take an 8-1 advantage. The maroon and white rounded out the scoring with two runs in the seventh.
Quentin Vance had two singles and a double for Paulding with Javier Gonzales recording a pair of singles.
SHAWNEE 4, PAULDING 0
Lima Shawnee blanked Paulding 4-0 in non-league play last Monday in the season opener for both schools.
The Indians scored single runs in the second, third, fourth and fifth innings. Treston Gonzales took the loss, giving up three hits and four walks with six strikeouts in 3-2/3 innings.
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