Karter Lajti’s late hit gives Rockets the win, 6-5

Apr 28, 2021 | Sports | 0 comments

From staff reports

OAK HARBOR — Oak Harbor rallied from a two-run deficit and defeated Bellevue, 6-5, by scoring two runs in the sixth inning. Karter Lajti had an RBI single in the bottom of the sixth to break a 5-5 tie.

The Rockets trailed 5-3 in the fifth inning and scored one run in the fifth, followed by two runs in the sixth to account for the final scoring.

Collin Fauver had two hits, including a double, and drove in two runs, and Justin Meloche got the win.

Oak Harbor 12, Port Clinton 1 (6 innings)

Oak Harbor made easy work of Port Clinton and defeated the Redskins, 12-1, in six innings. Ashton Schroeder three a complete game and allowed just one run while striking out 13 batters.

The Rockets took control from the outset, scoring seven runs in the first two innings. Justin Meloche and Mason Wagner each had two hits and Meloche, Ryan Friar and Grant Belcher drove in two runs apiece.

Edison 5, Oak Harbor 0

Thomas Simon pitched a great game and got support from the offense in Edison’s 5-0 victory over Oak Harbor. The Chargers scored three runs in the second inning and were led by Clint Finnen, who had two hits and drove in a run.

Simon did not allow a run on three hits and struck out 11. With the win, Edison remains undefeated in the SBC Bay Division with a 4-0 record.

Port Clinton 9, Willard 3

Port Clinton scored in every inning except for two and defeated Willard handily, 9-3, in SBC Bay Division play. The Redskins trailed 1-0 after the first before scoring nine straight runs to put the game away.

Owen Fodor pitched six innings and got the win for Port Clinton. Grant Miller had two hits and Noah Zimmerman finished with three RBIs.

Margaretta 11, Port Clinton 8

Two big innings for Margaretta was too much to overcome as the Polar Bears defeated Port Clinton, 11-8. Margaretta scored five runs in the second inning and five in the fourth to take control of the game.

Sean Reardon pitched five innings and got the win for the Bears. He allowed one run on just three hits. Carson Kennedy, Kellen Moore and Ben Palomo led the way with two hits apiece and Spencer Michel scored three times.

Gavin George had two hits and drove in two runs for the Redskins and Mitch Coon finished with two hits.

St. Mary CC 15, Danbury 3 (5 innings)

St. Mary Central Catholic wasted little time in taking control of its matchup with Danbury as it scored five runs in the first inning on its way to a 15-3 win over the Lakers in five innings.

The Panthers scored five runs in the first innings, four in the second and three in the third. Brock Gill led the way for SMCC, allowing three runs on four hits in seven innings of work. He also finished with three hits and scored three times.

Western Reserve 15, Danbury 1 (6 innings)

Western Reserve steadily built its lead, scoring in every inning of its 15-1 win over Danbury in six innings.

Jude Muenz finished with three hits and drove in four runs to lead the Roughriders.

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