Lakeview's David LeMasters struck out 11 batters on the way to his first career no-hitter as the Bulldogs took down Girard, 2-1 in an All-American Conference, National Division game. LeMasters got run support in the first and third innings, both from the bat of Chris Romano. He drove in Evan Olbrych in the first inning with a single, then hit a sacrifice fly in the third to score Ethan Myers.
Tyler Wiery and Justin Lopes combined for five hits and six RBIs to lead Niles past Beaver Local, 8-1. Wiery had three hits and three RBIs. Lopes had two hits and drove in two. Brennan Baker got the win for Niles.
Jake Miller tossed a three-hitter and the Wildcats scored nine runs to defeat rival Bristol, 12-0, in five innings. Southington's John Mazzola had two RBIs.
Heath Martin threw five no-hit innings as the Grand Valley pitcher improved to 2-0 in a perfect game against Lordstown, 10-0. Frank Chudzik was a triple shy of the cycle and added four RBIs.
Jackson-Milton's Brandon Mitchell smacked an RBI double in the top of the seventh inning to give the Blue Jays a 6-5 victory over East Palestine.
Windham lost at Rootstown in walk-off fashion. The Rovers loaded the bases when Windham's Brad Kowalski, who went the distance on the mound, allowed a double, single and intentional walk. Rootstown's Jacob Elam hit a bloop single to bring in the game-winning run.
One day after recording its first loss of the season, LaBrae won the return leg at Champion Tuesday, 6-5. The Vikings had a two-run lead in the bottom of the seventh inning, but Champion's Brittany Allen drilled a solo shot to cut the lead in half. The Golden Flashes had an opportunity with the bases loaded and two outs, but LaBrae managed to get out of the jam with a popout.
Bristol pitcher Ashlyn Slusher struck out the first 10 batters she faced and didn't allow a baserunner until the fourth inning - a hard-hit shot to second base, which was deemed an error in a 6-1 victory over Southington. Slusher, who struck out 14 and improved to 6-0, only gave up a fifth-inning triple and sixth-inning single.
It was the Darrian Yanek show for South Range in its 11-0 victory over Mineral Ridge. She pitched a no-hitter, went 4-for-4 at the plate with a single, a double and two triples and drove in six RBIs.
Warren G. Harding scored early and often on its way to the victory over Cardinal Mooney, 7-1. Shelby Crist led the way for the 11-2 Raiders with a three-run home run in the sixth inning.
Howland's Emily Price and Tiffany Gaydosh scored four of Howland's six runs en route to defeating Austintown Fitch, 6-2.
Hubbard's Taylor Barton and Alivia Sandberg each had a home run to pace Hubbard past Struthers, 11-3. Barton's home run was a three-run shot in the second inning and Sandberg's was a two-run bomb. Melissa Conger got the win for the Eagles on the mound, scattering two hits.
Lakeview's Alyssa Nicholas had four hits, including two doubles, and drove in two runs to lead Lakeview past Girard, 16-8. She was one of five Bulldogs who had multiple hits in the game.
Julia Denmeade's bunt in the bottom of the eighth inning scored Hailey Sowers from third base to lift Springfield over Lisbon, 8-7.
In Orwell, Pymatuning Valley's Megan Stech threw a complete-game shutout to earn the Lakers a Northeastern Athletic Conference win over Grand Valley, 4-0.
McDonald's Kerrigan McDermott collected five hits and drove in three runs, as the Blue Devils won a 22-13 slugfest in Lowellville.
Canfield's Kayley Keller hit a walk-off solo home run in the bottom of the seventh inning, her second of the game in the Cardinals' 4-3 win over Poland in All-American Conference, American Division play.
A nine-run top of the fourth inning sunk Ursuline against Stow in Bazetta, 10-4. The Fighting Irish committed all three of their errors in the inning, as the Bulldogs batted around their lineup in the inning.