In a person of the several high university sporting occasions that took area on a soaked, wet Friday, Harrison Central gained the Buckeye 8 League baseball title with a 3- victory above going to Cambridge on the artificial turf at Mazeroski Discipline.
A pair of prime-flight pitchers in Cambridge’s Jake Valentine and Tre Rex of Harrison Central hooked up on Friday for the 2nd consecutive week with a league championship on the line.
Past Friday, it was Valentine hurling the Bobcats to the Ohio Valley Athletic Conference 4A title with a 5- victory. But this time, it was Rex who brought home the Buckeye 8 League components for the Huskies.
Rex, who took the decline in the OVAC match-up, authorized just 3 singles in seven scoreless innings with 10 strikeouts.
The Huskies scored an unearned operate in the base of the to start with inning and tacked on two far more in the base of the fifth to full their scoring and Rex built it stand up.
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The host Fairless Falcon boys and women keep track of teams concluded 2nd.
The boys have been next to Cloverleaf 149.75-125.25, when Claymont (3rd, 95), Indian Valley (fifth, 71.25) and Carrollton (8, 34.5) also concluded.
The Fairless girls ended up second to Cloverleaf 188-102.6, even though Claymont (fourth, 96), Carrollton (fifth, 626) and Indian Valley (sixth, 55.6) also competed.
Claymont’s Grayden Mooneyham was a triple winner as he claimed the 110-meter hurdles (16.37 seconds), 300 hurdles (42,74) and substantial bounce (5 toes, 8 inches), even though Mustang teammate Alec Terakedis won the 100 (11.32).
Fairless’ 4×200 relay of Brant Marchand, Brandon Pumneo, Max Kirby and Luke Yoder received (1:35.46) as did the 4×400 foursome of Gavin Conley, Hunter Campbell, Kirby and Luke Yoder (45.29). Yoder captured the 200 (23.54) and was second to Terakedis in the 100.
Indian Valley’s David Adams received the pole vault (14-6) and Carrollton’s Logan Beaver gained the discus (128-).
Carrollton’s Maddie Burgett (1,600, 5:52.02), Elizabeth Funkhouser (300 hurdles, 49.96) and Josie Burgett (8000, 2:27.27) have been women occasion winners. Claymont’s Averi Wallace (400, 1:03.80) and Arianna Terakedis (discus, 110-1) and Indian Valley’s Laynee McDaniel (pole vault, 9-3) also received.
The host Strasburg girls finished 1st on Senior Night in the Tigers’ final residence satisfy of the period on Thursday.
Strasburg received with 91 factors adopted by Newcomerstown (57), Sandy Valley (53) and Conotton Valley (45)
1st-location finishers for Strasburg have been Riley Thomas (lengthy jump), Maci Willoughby, Josie Lautenschleger, Ella Pumphry, Madi Becker (4×800 relay), Maddy Edwards (100 hurdles), Karli Curfman (100), Aubrey Fry, Madi Becker, Maci Willoughby, Riley Thomas (4×200 relayy), Maci Willoughby (800), Karli Curfman (200), Ella Pumphry (800) and Josie Lautenschleger, Madi Becker, Maci Willoughby, Karli Curfman (4×400 relay).
The Strasburg boys had been third with 60.5 points. Sandy Valley gained with 73 followed by Newcomerstown (66.5), Conotton Valley (21) was fourth.
Initial-area finishers for the Tigers have been Carter Pratt (1,600), Kody Chewning, Jordan Mitchell, Eli Fierbaugh, Jacob Ross (4×100 relay), Carter Pratt (800) and Kody Chewning, Jordan Mitchell, Eli Fierbaugh, Jacob Ross (4×200 relay).
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