SOFTBALL:

Clinton Massie 20, Greenfield McClain 8

Chillicothe 6, Logan 5 in 9 innings

Hayley Large belted a 3-run walk off home run in the 9th inning to lift the Lady Cavs to a 6-5 win over Logan Tuesday.

Just a night after dropping a tough league game to Washington CH Monday, Cavalier fans might have thought history may repeat itself.

Chillicothe held a 3-2 lead before the Lady Chieftains tied the game with a run in the top of the 7th.

After a scoreless 8th inning, Logan took a 5-3 lead in the second extra frame.
Tori Bettendorf led off the home 9th with a single to centerfield and advanced to second on a wild pitch. Bri Dawes moved her to third witha single. Dawes was picked off 1st base, but MacKenzie Smitley got on base with a single. Then came Large launched a 1-2 pitch to straight away center for the win.

The Cavs did their damage by scoring in bulk, with three runs in the 3rd inning for the 3-2 lead, then went scoreless until the 9th.

Maddie Ayres, who drive in two runs in the 3rd, went the distance in the circle to get the win while Freeman pitched all nine for Logan and suffers the loss.

Chillicothe (13-6) will travel to Clinton Massie Thursday.

BASEBALL:

Miami Trace 7, East Clinton 0

Glen Este 9, Hillsboro 4

Chillicothe 12, Logan 1 in 5 innings

Monday, Chillicothe's five errors aided a losing effort, but Tuesday, the defense played well and the sticks came out for a 12-1 5-inning win over visiting Logan.

Matt Dunn and Gray Prater teamed for a four-hitter. Dunn struck out 8 Chieftains batters.

Nolan Taylor drove in three runs while Hunter Bivens and Jalen Mischal brought in a pair each.

Chillicothe improves to 11-9 and ends its regular season Thursday at Clinton Massie.

TENNIS:

Chillicothe 5, Clinton Massie 0

Clinton Massie retired its season early Tuesday afternoon, giving the Cavs a 5-0 win by forfeit. The Cavs travel to Olentangy Wednesday.

TRACK & FIELD:

East Clinton battled Blanchester in the Astros' final home meet of the season.

"The coaching staff could not be any more proud of this group of seven seniors (Kathryn Bogan, Krysten Bogan, Alexis Ruble, Shane Anthony, Caleb Broughton, Kyle Cundiff, and Tony Seeger)" said Boys Coach Steve Sodini. "They have proven time and time again that they are true leaders."

The Boys came in second place to Blanchester overall.

Boys Results:
Shot put: Noah Morgan 3rd - 30'5
Discus: Thomas Wright 2nd - 102'5, Noah Morgan 3rd - 78'3
Long Jump: Erik Moore 2nd - 17'2, Seeger 4th - 16'8
High Jump: Ambrose 3rd - 5'0
100 Meter Dash: Anthony Osburn 1st - PR 11.37, Zac Hrabak 4th - (Season Best) - 11.87
110 Meter Hurdles: Moore 3rd - 18.31
4x200 Relay: Seeger, Moore, Levi Luttrell, Osburn 1st - 1:40.8
1600 Meter Run: Broughton 2nd - 4:54.7, Henson 3rd - 5:25.7
4x100 Meter Relay: Seeger, Moore, Luttrell, Hrabak 2nd - 48.0
400 Meter Dash: Henson 2nd - 56.56
300 Hurdles: Broughton 1st - 47.06
800 Meter Run: Henson 4th - 2:26.2
200 Meter Dash: Shane Anthony 3rd - 26.30
3200 Meter Run: Nathan Crouch 4th - 12:44.5
4x400 Meter Relay: Hrabak, Luttrell, Henson, Broughton 1st

Girls Results:

Shot Put: Cassie Parks: 4th- 24'10.00
Discus: Haylee Garrison: 4th 58'04.00
Long Jump: Page Hughes: 2nd 11'10.00; Sydney Landrum: 4th 11'00.00
High Jump: Shallen Sabino: 1st 4'02.00
100 meter dash: Brooke Carpenter: 2nd (tie) 14.10; Haylee Garrison: 4th (tie) 15.09; Brooke Vineyard: 4th (tie) 15.09
1600 meter run: Rebecca Noggle: 2nd 7'28.30
400 meter run: Courtney Graves: 3rd 1'14.50
4x400 meter relay team: Alexis Ruble, Shallen Sabino, Rebecca Noggle, and Courtney Graves took 2nd.

LACROSSE:

Westerville South 16, Chillicothe 15

The woes for Chillicothe Lacrosse continued Tuesday night. In search of their first win of the season, Westerville South scored the final six goals of the game, erasing a 15-10 Cavalier lead for a 16-15 win.

It was the third time Chillicothe had seen victory snatched by defeat in the final seconds.

The Cavs rallied to overcome a 6-3 deficit by scoring eight unanswered goals to gain an 11-6 advantage. Chillicothe got a pair of gaols from Sierra Cydrus and one each from Bethany Wallingford and Nicole Camponeschi to go up 7-6 before the half, then Cydrus and Maris Corzine baged two goals apiece to build the lead.

Victoria Husain simply a handful for the Lady Cavs to handle. The Wildcat Attacker scored 10 of Westerville South's goals, including the tying goal at 1:50 remaining and the go ahead at 1:16.

Cydrus was the leading scorer for CHS with six.

The Cavs will host Villa Maria, Pa. Friday evening for Senior Night. The varsity teams will face off at 5:15pm followed by a junior varsity match.