Chillicothe 4, Westfall 3 (8 innings)

Austin Elliott struck out five as the Cavs beat Westfall 4-3 Friday night.

Chillicothe nursed a 2-1 lead until the top of the 5th. The Cavs tacked on a 
run in the inning but Westfall got that run back in the bottom half for a 3-2 score.

The Mustangs knotted the game at three in the 7th, but Chillicothe scored the game winner in the 8th.

Nolan Taylor triple and hit his second home run while Caleb Price added another three-bagger. Jalen Mischal doubled twice and Taylor Wallingford added another in an 11-hit attack.

Sean Lucas earned the save.

Washington CH 11, Eastern Brown 3 (5 innings)


East Clinton 5, Miami Trace 0

East Clinton defeated Miami Trace 4-1 Friday in Washington CH.

1st Singles: Paul Luttrell (EC) took Seth Leech (MT), 6-3, 6-3
2nd Singles: Luke Meares (EC) defeated Tyler Hannah (MT), 6-1, 6-0
3rd Singles: Quentin Harper (MT) beat Jack Whittenburg (EC), 4-6, 7-6(7-3), 4-6
1st Doubles: Marshall Pickering/Sam Runk (EC) Mason Cook/Riley Evans (MT) 6-1, 6-1
2nd Doubles: (EC) won by forfeit

The Chillicothe Boys placed 6th and the Girls were 7th in the Circleville Kiwanis Invitational, hosted by Logan Elm Friday.

Circleville (126.5) won the Girls meet followed by Sheridan (109.5), Gallia Academy (79), Zane Trace (76,5), Logan Elm (75.5), Bexley (75), Chillicothe (59) and London (58).

Sheridan (169) topped the Boys meet folowed by Bexley (117), Gallia Academy (109), Circleville (80.5), Zane Trace (53.5) Chillicothe (51.5), Logan Elm (43.5) and London (24).

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LACROSSE: Villa Maria Academy 18, Chillicothe 6

The Lady Cavs had trouble keeping pace with Erie, Pennsylvania's Villa
Maria Academy Friday night, falling 18-6.

The Cavs got back-to-back goals from Whitney Watts and Sierra Cydrus for a
3-2 score, but the Victors began to pull away in the final seven minutes of
the first half.

Chillicothe managed to pull within a 5-4 score when Watts and Cydrus tallied two more goals. The two would score again, but not until VIlla Maria had the game in hand.