The Times Saturday Area Roundup – Shaw Local

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Ottawa 3, Dunlap 0: In Dunlap, the Pirates scored all of their runs in the third, with winning pitcher Peyton Bryson (7 IP, 4 H, 0 R, 1 BB, 6 K) securing the lead.

Leadoff batter Kendall Lowery went 3 for 3 including a double, Bobbi Snook had two RBIs and Piper Lewis drove in a run for Ottawa (17-9).

Seneca 8, Herscher 0; Seneca 6, Morris 0: At Seneca, the Fighting Irish improved to 25-1 on the season with two wins in the Triangle.

In the win over Herscher, Lexie Buis (two RBIs) had three hits, Sam Vandevelde doubled, Camryn Stecken had an RBI and Tessa Krull (7 IP, 5 H, 9K) picked up the pitching victory for Seneca.

The hosts then rallied against Morris, with Alyssa Zellers having a single, a double and an RBI, while Emma Mino scored two runs. Hayden Pfeifer (4 2/3 IP, 1 H, 0 ER, 3 BB, 6 K) secured the win in the circle.

Sycamore 10, Sandwich 0 (6 Inn.); Sycamore 4, Sandwich 1: At Sycamore, the Indians dropped the doubleheader against the Spartans, dropping them to 12-8 on the season.

Alexis Sinetos (double) had two of Sandwich's three hits in the opening game, while Jillian Ashley had two hits. Aubrey Cyr hit a solo home run in the second.


Marquette 10, Newark 1: In Newark, the Crusaders scored nine times in the first inning to secure the victory over the Norsemen.

Keaton Davis went 4 for 5 with a double and two RBIs to lead Marquette (21-1) at the plate. Carson Zellers and Charlie Mullen each had two hits and an RBI, while Griffin Dobberstein, Anthony Couch and Grant Dose had RBIs. Ryan Peterson (3 IP, 1 ER, 0 BB, 5 K), Couch (2 IP, 3 K) and Dobberstein (2 IP, 5 K) combined for the one-hitter.

Landon Begovac had the lone hit and RBI for Newark (8-19).

Sandwich 15, Oregon 0 (5 Inn.): At Oregon, Tyler Lissman (double, triple, RBI) and Braden Behringer (RBI) each had three hits in the Indians' win.

Taylor Adams hit a double, while Nick Michalek (three RBIs), Quinn Rome (two RBIs), Alex Hernandez (RBI) and Dom Rome all drove in runs for Sandwich (15-11). Michalek (5 IP, 3 H, 0 R, 1 BB, 7 K) earned the pitching victory.


Marquette at Mooseheart Relays: At Mooseheart, the Crusaders earned 14 top-three finishes, including five wins at the 11-team Mooseheart Relays.

The girls' winners were Maggie Jewett (400-meter run), Gwen Jimenez (shot put), Maera Jimenez (discus) and Mary Jo Lechtenberg (high jump). Jewett (200) and Lechtenberg (300 hurdles) also took third place. The 4×400 meter relay team (Jewett, Olivia Tamblyn, Emily Ryan-Adair, Lechtenberg) took second place.

For the boys, Denver Trainor placed first in the long jump and third in the 200m. Jacoby Gooden (100), Jimmy Lawsha (400) and Adrian Scharfer (shot put) all took second place, while Stefen Swords (shot put) earned a third. The 4×100 meter relay (Trainor, Jake Siena, Leo Leskanich, Gooden) also took second place.

Seneca Girls 1st, Sandwich Boys 3rd: In Genoa, the Fighting Irish Ladies scored 155 1/2 points, topping the host Cogs (110), Newark (95), Sandwich (86) and Somonauk (21).

The Sandwich boys (75) finished behind champion Woodstock (139) and runner-up Stillman Valley (95), but ahead of Seneca (69), Somonauk (58) and Newark (22).

Winning events for Seneca's girls were Natalie Misener (1600), Evelyn O'Connor (3200), Faith Baker (shot put, discus), Teagan Johnson (pole vault), 4×400 meter relay (Clara Bruno, O'Connor, Misener, Lily Coleman). ). ) and 4×800 meter relay (Lily Mueller, Bruno, Misener, Gracie Steffes). The Irish also had runner-up finishes from Coleman (100), Gabi Maxwell (shot put, discus) and 4×100 (Coleman, Cassidy Fosen, Kendall Jones, Lainie Olson).

For Newark, Kiara Wesseh (100 hurdles, 300 hurdles, high jump) won the three individual events, and Addison Ness won the triple jump. Brooklyn Hatteberg (200) and Tess Carlson (pole vault) each took second place. The Norsemen 4×200 relay (Carlson, Ness, Hatteberg, Wesseh) took first place and the 4×400 relay (Carlson, Hatteberg, Madison Sittler, Ness) took second.

Joanna Rivera took first place in the 800 for Sandwich, with Kayla Kressin (800) and Erin Lissman (1600) taking second place. Somonauk's Ellie Wiegman took second place in the 3200m.

In the boys' event, Sandwich's Simeion Harris (400), Somonauk's Garin Zaeske (200) and Seneca's Sam Churchill (pole vault) each achieved individual victories. The Sandwich 4×100 (Nathan Hill, Brodie Case, Harris, Kayden Page) and 4×400 (Harris, Case, Shaun Smith, Page) relay teams also took first place.

Second place in the individual rankings went to Sandwich's Peter Popp (shot put), Seneca's Matt Stach (long jump), Somonauk's Landin Stillwell (3200) and Zaeske (100) and Newark's Logan Pasakarnis (400, 800). The Somonauk 4×200 (Tanner Daniels, Tristan Garcia, Chase Lafferty, Zaeske) and 4×800 (Stillwell, Jackson Brockway, Gunnar Swenson, Caden Hamer) relay teams both placed second.

Fieldcrest at Cinder Classic: In Roanoke, the Knights won seven events at the Roanoke-Benson/Lowpoint-Washburns Cinder Classic.

Michael Beckett won the triple jump and 400 meters, Jackson Hakes won both the shot put and discus and Caleb Krischel won the 800 meters.

The Knights also won two mixed relays: Olivia Denk, Pru Mangan, Braydin Eplin and Beckett won the 4×100 meter relay, and Alannah Halley, Clare Phillips, Krishel and Jozia Johnson won the Swedish relay (100-200-300-400) .

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