Rockets girls dominate Lakota with big inning

Apr 21, 2021 | Sports | 0 comments

From staff reports

OAK HARBOR — A 14-run inning proved to be too much for Lakota to overcome as the Raiders lost, 18-5, to Oak Harbor.

The Rockets trailed 1-0 in the first inning and took the lead for good after scoring two runs in the bottom half. The second inning saw Oak Harbor bust out and score 14 runs to take a 16-1 lead.

Emily Sommers had three hits, drove in four runs and scored twice and Ellie Hanselman and Reagan Schultz each finished with three hits.

Oak Harbor 14, Willard 2 (5 innings)

Oak Harbor made easy work of Willard, defeating the Crimson Flashes, 14-2, in five innings.

Ellie Hanselman hit a solo home run and scored three times, Reagan Schultz hit two triples and drove in three runs and Remi Gregory had three RBIs.

Schultz allowed just one run in four innings to get the win.

Huron 12, Oak Harbor 4

After Oak Harbor rallied to tie the score in the top of the fourth inning, Huron responded with six runs in the bottom half to defeat the Rockets, 12-4.

Rae Roldan hit a two-run double to score Lauren Wainwright and Emma Shaw to break a 3-3 tie and give the Tigers the lead for good.

Roldan went 4-for-4 with a double and three runs scored while Eliza Maloney hit a home run and went five innings in the circle, allowing three runs and striking out nine batters.

Remi Gregory had a three-run, inside-the-park-home run for Oak Harbor.

Vermilion 8, Port Clinton 1

Vermilion scored seven runs in the first two innings and controlled things throughout in its 8-1 win over Port Clinton.

Haley Larizza led the Sailors with two hits and Emma Kretchmar drove in two runs.

Morgan Potts allowed one run on five hits.

Huron 18, Port Clinton 5 (5 innings)

Huron scored at least two runs in each inning and cruised to an 18-5 win over Port Clinton in five innings.

Jenny Cobleigh got the win for the Tigers and Carly Chambers led the way at the plate, finishing with two hits and three RBIs. Annabelle Herzog had two hits and drove in two runs and Rae Roldan scored three times.

Abbey Hittepole and Alliyah Wharton finished with two hits apiece.

Woodmore 21-13, Port Clinton 14-12

Port Clinton lost both games in its double header with Woodmore, falling 21-14 in the first game and 13-12 in Game 2.

In Game 1, the Redskins trailed 15-14 in the seventh inning before the Wildcats scored six runs to put the game away. Alliyah Wharton hit a home run to help pace Port Clinton, and Sarah Webb had a triple.

In Game 2, Woodmore broke a 12-12 tie and scored a run in the top of the seventh to defeat the ‘Skins.

Abbey Hittepole went 7-for-8 on the day and Bri Rose and Mackenzie Martinez combined for 12 hits.

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