Greenville sophomore Karlee Lennen delivers a pitch for the Wave.
Greenville popped Meadowdale Tuesday
10-0 in five innings. Lennen
recorded 12 strikeouts while allowing just three hits. CNO Photo by Dylan Knoop
Prep Sports Diamond Roundup…
GREENVILLE- The Greenville Lady Wave posted their first run rule of the
season Tuesday with a five inning, 10-0 victory over Meadowdale.
Sophomore pitcher Karlee Lennen recorded 12 strikeouts, while
Greenville put up with 10 runs with 15 hits and played errorless
softball in the five-inning affair. Meadowdale could muster just three
hits against Lennen and had three miscues.
The remaining part of the week’s schedule will see the Wave traveling
to Springfield tonight and will host Ansonia Friday. Greenville will
also host Celina and West Liberty-Salem Saturday in triple-header
action starting at noon.
“We came out to do what we had to do today. The girls’ performance is
looking good. I see a high ceiling for potential. There are new faces
and new places out here this year, but we are working hard and doing
what needs done. We are enjoying the journey, and we are going to be
great in May not just good in March,” Coach Newland concluded.
Greenville is now 3-1 on the season.
Lady Roaders get big
It went to 11 innings but it was worth it for Bradford.
With Brooke Dunlevy on second after reaching on a walk, Courtney Miller
put down a bunt that Troy could not handle cleanly.
With the error, Dunlevey scored and Bradford took an 8-7 victory over
The Lady Railroaders, down 7-1 heading into the final inning, plated
six runs to gain the tie and send the game into extra innings.
MV gets past
UNION CITY- Head coach Ryan McGolthin got his first ever win as a
Blackhawk Tuesday as his team posted an 8-6 victory over Randolph
The visiting Rebels got the early first inning lead before the Hawks
came roaring back with six runs in the second.
Now 1-0, the Hawks will travel to Ft. Recovery tonight.
The Lady Blackhawks found the going a little rougher, falling to the
Rebels 3-2 and are now 0-1 on the season.
Greenville boys lose
GREENVILLE- The Wapakaneta Redskins remained undefeated on the young
baseball season Tuesday with a 7-2 victory over Greenville.
The loss was the first of the season for the Wave, now1-1.
Greenville will travel to Springfield tonight.