Mike Raschilla earned his third win with a no-hitter, striking out every batter he faced in McDonald's 6-0 Inter Tri-County League victory over Lowellville.
In Vienna, Nate Homan went 5 for 5, including the game-winning RBI single in the bottom of the seventh of Mathews' 9-8 victory over Southington. He added a double and triple as Bryan Leipply earned his first win of the season.
Gary Muntean scored the winning run on a fielder's choice by Brandon Kish as Struthers beat Hubbard, 5-4, in an All-American Conference victory.
Chris Parry's one-out single in the bottom of the seventh inning drove in Ian Hileman from second base to lift Niles past Beaver Local Monday, 1-0. This is the Red Dragons' third straight victory.
Peyton Aldridge hit a bases-loaded, two-out, two-run single in the fifth inning to lift LaBrae past Champion, 2-1, in an All-American Conference, National Division clash. Blake Sprague made sure the runs held up as he allowed one run on two hits over seven innings. He struck out six and walked two. Champion's James Naylor pitched a complete game , striking out five and walking three.
Warren G. Harding's Ryan Matthews pitched a two-hitter, scattering two singles over six innings to lead the Raiders to a 10-0 victory over Shaw.
Sam Donko of Urusline struck out 14 in a 7-2 complete-game victory over archrival Cardinal Mooney. Mike Montalbano led the Fighting Irish (9-0) with two hits and three RBIs.
Champion handed LaBrae its first loss of the season with a 5-4 All-American Conference, National Division victory. Champion scored four times in the third inning and brought in the eventual game-winning run in the fifth inning. Haylee Gardner singled to start the fifth, moved to second on an error, advanced to third on a base hit and scored on a sac fly by Brittany Allen to give the Golden Flashes a 5-3 lead. LaBrae made it interesting in the seventh. Lauren Rutherford doubled with one out, and after a fly out, Champion made an error that allowed Rutherford to score and put Laura Hall on first base. Hall moved to third base after an error and a passed ball by the Golden Flashes, but a fly out to the second baseman ended the threat.
Kayley Keller smacked two home runs and drove in five to power Canfield past Poland, 7-2, in an All-American Conference, American Division tilt. Keller recorded three total hits and was a triple away from the cycle. Cardinals starter Abby Baker allowed two first-inning runs in a complete-game performance. The Cardinals (8-5, 4-1) scored three runs in the fifth inning to break a 2-2 tie. Poland fell to 13-3, 4-2 .
Ray'ale Chatmon hit a grand slam and drove in seven runs as Warren G. Harding throttled Shaw, 30-6, in a Lake Erie League contest. Chelsea DiPaolo led the Raiders (10-2, 6-0) with three hits, and she also drove in five runs. Chatmon's slam went over the left-center field wall in a seven-run second inning.
Ryley Urchek accounted for five of Maplewood's six runs in the fifth and sixth innings as the Rockets beat Pymatuning Valley in Johnston, 8-2. She belted a triple in the bottom of the fifth to drive in two of the three runs that inning. In the sixth, she had a three-run home run for all of the Rockets runs in that stanza.
Nicholette Zordich and Cali Mikovich each had an RBI in the bottom of the second inning as Fitch held off Howland, 2-1
Cheyenne Eggens moved to 8-2 and Jessica Marsico went 5 for 6 with eight RBIs and a home run in Mathews' 28-0 drubbing of Southington. Twelve players had at least one hit for Mathews (9-2, 7-0 Northeastern Athletic Conference).