Lady Pirates beat Lehman 18-6


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Lehman’s Amanda Titterington, right, runs for first on a bunt as Riverside pitcher Shelby Giles runs toward the ball at Lehman Thursday.


Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Staff report

Lehman had Riverside at home this time, but the outcome was the same, the Lady Pirates beating the Lady Cavs for the second game in a row, 18-6 in Northwest Central Conference action Thursday at Lehman.

The Lady Cavs go to 6-9 overall while Riverside improved to 18-5.

Lehman was led in hitting by Grace Monnin, who had a double and her fifth home run of the season.

Amanda Titterington and Carly Edwards both singled and doubled and Sidney Chapman had a double.

For Riverside, winning pitcher Shelby Giles had a big day at the plate, too, belting two home runs. Lauren Anderson also homered, Kristin Davidson had a single and three doubles, Aubrie Stillings singled three times and Helena Faulder singled and doubled.

The linescore:

`R`H`E

Riverside`224 280—18`14`0

Lehman`002 040—6`8`3

WP: Giles; LP: Wick

Records: Lehman 6-9, Riverside 18-5.

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Miamisburg 8, Sidney 3

Sidney ran into a strong Miamisburg team in non-league action Thursday, and played well. But late-inning scoring by the visitors led to an 8-3 setback for the Lady Jackets.

Sidney falls to 10-10 in the league, and Miamisburg is now 13-4.

“Despite the score, we played really well,” said Sidney coach Wade New. “Their pitcher is the best we’ve faced this season, and we only struck out four times against her. So we put the ball in play.”

Miamisburg’s pitcher was Aubrey Azbill, 10-2 on the year with 72 strikeouts. Sidney ace Grace Shell was matching her pitch for pitch, but Miamisburg had 13 hits and 10 of those came in the last three innings, when the Lady Vikings scored all their runs.

Summer Inman and Shell were both 2-for-4 for Sidney, with one of Inman’s being a double. Morgan Carey had a two-run double and Regan Carey a solo home run.

The linescore:

`R`H`E

Miamisburg`000 014 3—8`13`4

Sidney`000 000 3—3`8`2

WP: Azbill; LP: Shell.

Records: Sidney 10-10, Miamisburg 13-4.

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Loramie 13, Fairlawn 0

Fort Loramie scored eight times in the third inning and went on to run-rule Fairlawn 13-0 in county softball play at Fairlawn.

The win put Loramie at 6-12 overall and 5-4 in the conference. Fairlawn is 1-13 overall and 1-7 in the league.

For the Lady Redskins, six players had two hits each, including Abby Holthaus, Megan Koppin, Macy Imwalle, Grace Ruhenkamp, Desiree Fogt and Heather Eilerman.

Both of Koppin’s hits were doubles.

Holthaus scored four times and Koppin and Morgan Holscher twice each. And Koppin, Imwalle, Ruhenkamp and Fogt all drove in two runs.

The linescore:

`R`H`E

Loramie`208 03—13`14`0

Fairlawn`000 00—0`2`4

WP: Frilling; LP: Weigandt

Records: Loramie 6-12, Fairlawn 1-13.

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Minster 6, Marion 2

MARIA STEIN — Minster pitcher Jenna Poeppelman held Marion Local to just two hits to lead the Lady Wildcats to a 6-2 victory in Midwest Athletic Conference softball action Thursday night.

Minster moves to 3-2 in the MAC and 15-6 on the season. The Lady Flyers drop to 1-5 in the conference and 6-9 overall.

Poeppelman struck out six in pitching her gem, and she got offensive support from Danielle Barhorst, who had three hits.

The linescore:

`R`H`E

Minster`002 013 0—6`8`3

Marion`000 002 0—2`2`4

WP: Poeppelman; LP: Schmitz

Records: Minster 15-6, Marion Local 6-9.

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Versailles 4, Russia 2

VERSAILLES — Versailles kept Russia off the board until the seventh and came away with a 4-2 victory in a non-league battle of backyard rivals.

The win puts Versailles at 14-7 on the year. Russia saw its five-game winning streak come to an end, but the Lady Raiders are still 14-5 this season.

Versailles got one in the third and three in the fourth. Russia got both its runs in the seventh.

Versailles won despite being outhit 9-4 and having just four singles in the game, two by Caitlin McEldowney. She also drove in two runs.

No hitting highlights were available on Russia.

The linescore:

`R`H

Russia`000 000 2—2`9

Versailles`001 300 x—4`4

WP: Lawrence

Records: Russia 14-5, Versailles 14-7.

Lehman’s Amanda Titterington, right, runs for first on a bunt as Riverside pitcher Shelby Giles runs toward the ball at Lehman Thursday.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2017/04/web1_SDN042817LehSoft.jpgLehman’s Amanda Titterington, right, runs for first on a bunt as Riverside pitcher Shelby Giles runs toward the ball at Lehman Thursday. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

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