PETTISVILLE — Hilltop’s Ian Hoffman walked six batters and allowed seven hits on the mound against Pettisville, but only let two runs across to help give the Cadets an 8-2 Buckeye Border Conference baseball victory on Tuesday at Pettisville Park.
Hoffman also singled at the plate to help his complete-game performance. Chase Whitman doubled twice, drove in three runs, scored twice and drew a walk for Hilltop (4-15, 4-5 BBC).
Andyn Haynes had two singles and three RBIs, while Thomas McCoy added a double and two RBIs for the Cadets. Isaac Baumgartner drew three walks, scored twice and swiped two bases.
Blake Eyer (RBI, run, walk) and Gideon Myers (single) drove in the lone runs for the Blackbirds (11-4, 6-3 BBC).
The Cadets totaled seven hits, while Pettisville had six. Neither team committed any errors.
EDGERTON — Edgerton’s Creed Muehlfeld racked up two doubles, a single and drove in five runs to help give the Bulldogs an 8-6 nonconference win over Lakewood Park Christian (Indiana) on Tuesday at Bob Peverly Field in Edgerton.
Muehlfeld also got the win on the mound. He tossed five innings and got five strikeouts, allowed eight hits and five runs. Gannon Ripke pitched an inning of relief and only allowed a hit for Edgerton (9-12), while Cole Meyer got the save and allowed one hit.
Kale Merillat added two singles and scored three times for the Bulldogs.
Edon falls to Antwerp
EDON — Edon could only muster three hits against Antwerp on Tuesday, while the Archers scored four runs in the first inning to give the Bombers a 5-0 loss in nonconference play at G. Kent Adams Field in Edon.
Ethan Steinke (walk), Wade Parrish (walk) and Cole Vasquez (two walks) each had singles for Edon (4-16). The Bombers drew seven total walks.
Vasquez also got the loss on the mound. He allowed 10 hits, five runs (all earned), three walks and fired seven strikeouts in five innings.
Luke Krouse demolished the ball for Antwerp (13-4). He homered, doubled, singled and drove in all five runs in four at-bats. Chase Clark added two singles and two walks.
Hunter Sproles got the start and win on the mound. He pitched five innings and allowed three hits, five walks and fanned eight batters.