Harding hammers Maple Heights

Alexis Stano went perfect through five innings and got plenty of run support as Warren G. Harding demolished Maple Heights on the road on Monday, 24-0.

In Leavittsburg, LaBrae’s Skylar Gilanyi pitched a no-hitter, while the Vikings pegged Campbell for 17 runs in a five-inning game, 17-0.

At McDonald, McDonald’s Leigh Gatta’s three-run home run in the top of the first inning accounted for half of her six RBIs as the Blue Devils beat Southern in Inter Tri-County League, Lower Tier action on Monday.

Gatta added 10 strikeouts and held the Indians to a 16-0 win.

In Southington, Cheyenne Eggens recorded 16 strikeouts and Tabby Granelly added four RBIs as Mathews blanked Southington in a 6-0 victory.

In Hubbard, Melissa Conger threw a two-hitter as Hubbard blanked Niles, 10-0.

In Champion, Newton Falls used a five-run top of the fifth inning to beat rival Champion. Newton Falls did all of its damage with two outs in the inning, getting five of its six hits and all five runs after recording their second out in a 7-6 victory.

Bailey Shade scored the last run off an Abbie Harrah single, which found the right-centerfield gap. The Tigers’ fifth inning erased a two-home run effort from Champion’s Mackenzie Kiser – a solo and a two-run shot in the second and third innings. The Golden Flashes stranded six runners from the fourth inning to the end.

The two teams play again today in Newton Falls.

In Mineral Ridge, Mineral Ridge’s Peyton Allen hit a walk-off single in the bottom of the ninth to give the Rams their first league win of the season over Crestview, 3-2.

In Garrettsville, Emily Rybak powered Garfield past Woodridge to its first win of the season by going 3-for-3 with a double a home run. Whitney Miller pitched a shutout in the 10-0 victory.


In Leavittsburg, LaBrae’s Blake Sprague, who had seven strikeouts, had a perfect game going into the fifth inning until Campbell’s D.J. Rodriguez broke it up with a line-drive single up the middle to lead off the fifth in a 11-0 win.

In Liberty, Michael Moamis jumped on a pitch with one out in the bottom of the seventh and managed to steal home when the pitched bounced in front of the plate to secure an All-American conference, National Division win for Liberty over Lakeview, 9-8.

In Kinsman, Badger and Grand Valley went to four extra innings before Brandon Bates scored on a wild pitch with the bases loaded in the bottom of the 11th to give Badger the win in its Northeastern Athletic Conference opener, 8-7.

In Hubbard, Niles’ Jake Foster pitched a complete-game shutout to secure an All-American Conference, American Division win over Hubbard, 10-0.

In Palmyra, Southeast’s Mark Zaveron allowed a single to Waterloo’s Ray Jennings in an 18-0 victory in five innings.

In McDonald, Garrett Mulrooney threw a one-hitter and 10 strikeouts to lead McDonald past Southern, 11-0.