Washington 6, Chillicothe 4

Washington CH rallied late to hand Chillicothe a 6-4 loss at Lady Cavs Field.
The win avenges a 22-8 thumping the Cavaliers handed the Blue Lions in front of their home fans.

The Lions chipped away at a 4-0 deficit with a two-run second, Hawk hit a solo shot in the 5th and then the capper was a 3-run 7th inning. Hawk drove in five runs.

"We've kind of been this same type of team all year" said Lions Coach Randy Elzey. "Tonight, the tables were turned a little bit. I mean, it's been us on the other end of many of these type of games this year."

Hannah Ray had a three-run shot in Chillicothe's four-run 1st inning, which gave the home crowd something to cheer about. But that was dampened by Washington CH.

The Cavs had bases loaded in the 3rd inning, but that was their final offensive threat.

Kate Jude earned the win and Olivia Ray suffered the loss.

"We certainly had our chances" said Chillicothe's Greg Phillips. "We stranded some runners... but they're a pretty resilient team. We were the last team to beat them in the league and they have just kind of rolled through league themselves. They're not out of it either."

"We're still goin' after the league title because they have two losses now and we have three" said Elzey.

Chillicothe has Clinton Massie left in SCOL action (Thursday) and Washington has two more, Hillsboro Wednesday at home and at East Clinton Thursday.

"We still control our own destiny" said Phillips. "All we have done is made that a little more difficult, but I'm sure our girls will rise to the challenge."

Chillicothe slips to 12-6 and 9-2 in the SCOL while Washington improves to 7-16 and 7-3 in the SCOL.

Miami Trace 9, Greenfield McClain 3

The Lady Panthers trying to stay alive to defend their SCOL championship won against the Lady Tigers on Monday night despite having only 3 hits in the contest. McClain pitching allowed at least 4 unearned runs to score on wild pitches helping to give the Lady Panthers (11-6 overall/6-3 SCOL) the win.

McKenzie Robinson picked up the win and Sarah Thompson took the loss.


Washington CH 9, Chillicothe 0

The Blue Lions got a complete game winning pitching performance by Josh Williams Monday night. Williams gave up seven hits but had 10 strikeouts in the contest.

Washington was led by Alec Sparkman with 3 hits and with 2 hits each was Williams, Matt Jones (2 RBI), Caden Cluxton and Tim Robinson.

Elliott of Chillicothe took the loss as the Cavs hurt themselves with 5 errors in the contest.

Miami Trace 11, Greenfield McClain 1

The Panthers stay alive in the SCOL baseball race with a win against the McClain Tigers.

Miami Trace (15-3 overall/7-3 SCOL) jumped out to a 6-0 lead in the 1st inning. Branson Huff picked up the win. John Phillips led the Panthers with 3 RBIs and Trenton Harris added a 2 RBI performance.

Clark Southeastern 6, East Clinton 5

The Astros still looking for their 1st baseball win of the season led on three separate occasions but Southeastern scored single runs in the bottom of the 4th, 5th and 6th innings to come from behind to clinch the win.


Chillicothe 4, Hillsboro 1

1st Singlas: Nick Whalen (C) defeated Alex Rhodes (H), 6-4, 4-6, 6-2
2nd Singles: Frankie Whalen (C) defeated Zach Basford (H), 6-1, 6-0
3rd Singles: Ryan Littler (C) defeated Michael Gunderman (H), 6-3, 6-2
1st Doubles: Ryan Palmer/Patrick Shananhan (H)  defeated Gabby Lapurga/Will Krieger (C), 4-6, 6-3, 6-3
2nd Doubles: Noah Wright-Piekatski/Emma Patino (C) defeated Chase Colliver/Conner Ditmer (H), 7-5, 6-1