Archive - Apr 13, 2012 - Sports Article
ST. MARYS 6, ELIDA 4
ST. MARYS — The St. Marys baseball team again found a way to deliver in the clutch in the late innings.
The Roughriders won their second last at-bat win in as many nights with three runs in the top of the seventh to rally past the Elida Bulldogs 6-4 on Friday night.
St. Marys improved to 9-4, 3-1 in the Western Buckeye League.
Steven Paulus went 3-for-3 at the plate with three runs batted to lead the Riders at the plate.
ST. MARYS 12, ELIDA 2
ELIDA — St. Marys’ Harle Smith homered and doubled while driving in four runs as the St. Marys softball team run-ruled the Elida Bulldogs in five innings, 12-2, on Friday night.
Smith collected three hits to lead a nine-hit Roughrider hitting attack.
Shelby Goodwin drove in two runs for St. Marys. Kiley Schamp tripled, had two hits and an RBI. Katlyn Brown and Paige Dicus each added an RBI.
ELIDA — The St. Marys boys tennis team got above .500 in Western Buckeye League play with a 5-0 clean sweep of Elida on Friday night.
“It was our best match as a team throughout the line up this season,” St. Marys head coach Bill Ruane said.
Troy Newlove won first singles for the Roughriders over Elida’s Ardie Sayoto, 6-3, 6-1.
St. Marys’ Cole Brooks won second singles over Elida’s Chris Ellison, 7-5, 6-0.
The Riders’ Jason Freewalt won third singles over Aric Thompson, 6-1, 6-2.
ST. MARYS — Austin James laced a two-run game-winning double to left in the eighth inning and the St. Marys Roughriders baseball team registered an 11-10 victory against Lima Senior in a non-league game played at K. C. Geiger Park on Thursday.
In the bottom of the eighth the Riders needed a run to tie and they started off well. With one out, Steven Paulus singled to left and Jarrett Taylor walked. Austin James then launched a double to right to bring Paulus and Taylor home to win the game 11-10.
MINSTER 13, JACKSON CENTER 2
JACKSON CENTER — Minster scored seven runs in the first inning and coasted to a 13-2 run-rule victory over Jackson Center on Thursday.
Minster starting pitcher Austin Knapke allowed just two unearned runs in the first inning to earn the victory. He struck out six and didn’t walk any while giving up two hits.
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