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Big innings send Pacers past Golden Eagles, Patriots

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Don’t look now, but Delaware Hayes is heating up.The Pacers, who suffered a slim 2-1 setback at the hands of the Golden Eagles Tuesday afternoon, bounced back nicely to end the week, dropping Big Walnut 9-2 Thursday before rolling past Liberty 10-3 Friday. Making the back-to-back wins even more impressive was the fact both came on the road.Delaware Hayes (6-3, 2-3 OCC) erupted for five runs in the top of the sixth inning to seal the league win over the Eagles.

 

Petty’s no-hitter sends BW over New Albany

Big Walnut’s Kate Petty was the story of Wednesday’s 1-0 OCC-Capital Division win over visiting New Albany, striking out 11 without allowing a single hit in her seven innings of work.Petty was sharp from start to finish, with her four walks proving to be the only New Albany base runners of the game.The Golden Eagle offense wasn’t much better, but did what it had to do to win. The game’s lone run came in the fourth inning, when Katelynn Cheadle sta...

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Emery, Braves silence Falcons

Olentangy dominated visiting Franklin Heights Wednesday in Lewis Center, scoring a combined nine runs in the first two innings on the way to a lopsided 10-0 OCC-Capital Division win.The Braves (4-4-1) saw eight different players record hits in the win, including Matt Forsythe and Jordan Ustaszewski, who finished with two hits apiece. Other standouts included Christian McFarland, who finished with a hit, two RBIs and a run scored; and Joe McGuinness, who had a hit, an RBI and a run ...

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Hayes keeps rolling, tops Pickerington Central 11-6

The Delaware Hayes boys lacrosse team picked up another impressive win Wednesday, dropping visiting Pickerington Central 11-6.The Pacers were propelled by Judson Huston, who finished with a game-high four goals. Other Hayes scorers included MacGregor Roberts, who had a pair of goals in the win, and Joseph Sanfillipo, Clay Sparks, Collin Ward, Cole Livermore and Justin McKee, who finished with one apiece.Tyler Groth anchored the defense with five saves in the Hayes goal....

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Buckeye Valley drops North Union for 1st league win

Buckeye Valley used a pair of big innings to nab its first league win of the season Monday, plating six runs in the third and three more in the fifth on the way to a 9-8 Mid-Ohio Athletic Conference win over visiting North Union.After the Wildcats jumped out to a 3-0 lead after an inning of play, the Barons (4-6, 1-2 MOAC) got on the board when Jake Spaulding converted a successful squeeze play with the bases loaded in the third. The bunt scored Wyatt Acker to make it a 3-1 game....

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Pacers pull away from Orange in 6-1 win

In all honesty, there is no remedy when facing a softball team that can put all three phases of the game together.The Hayes Pacers received strong pitching, timely hitting and errorless defense to remain undefeated in league play, besting the Orange Pioneers 6-1 in Ohio Capital Conference Capital Division action Monday at Pacer Park.“We had a good, solid effort on the offensive side,” Hayes coach Mark Thomas said. “Our bats were a little slow at the beg...

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Big innings help Orange pull away from Olentangy

The Orange baseball team usually doesn’t lose when it puts together the three phases of the game. Case in point: Friday against Olentangy.The Pioneers received a complete game from senior starter Jake Ross, strong defense and two huge innings of offense for a 10-1 Ohio Capital Conference Capital Division win over the Braves at Orange High School.“That was the first really good baseball we’ve played,” Orange coach Phil Callaghan said. “It was...

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Pioneers pound Barons in MOAC battle

A freshman pitcher making her first start, strong wind and hot Jonathan Alder bats didn’t make things easy on the Buckeye Valley softball team.Jonathan Alder scored 11 runs in the first inning, rapped out 18 hits, including eight for extra bases, and the wind made just catching a fly ball an adventure as the visiting Pioneers routed the Barons 20-2 in five innings in Mid-Ohio Athletic Conference Red Division play Thursday at Buckeye Valley High School.Buckeye Valle...

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