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AHS Baseball 4-1 In League Action




Tyson Dietrich scores off a single in Archbold's 11-1 NWOAL victory over Swanton, Monday, April 23.– photo by Mario Gomez

Tyson Dietrich scores off a single in Archbold’s 11-1 NWOAL victory over Swanton, Monday, April 23.– photo by Mario Gomez

The Archbold baseball team picked up one Northwest Ohio Athletic League victory last week and split a pair of non-league games to stand at 13-7, 4-1 in league play.

Archbold dropped Swanton in league action, picked up a win over Paulding, and lost to Perrysburg. AHS 11, Swanton 1

Archbold entertained the Bulldogs (3-12, 0-4), Monday, April 23, and ran away with an 11-1 run-ruled NWOAL victory.

Archbold tallied single runs in the first three innings, and added two in the fifth and six in the sixth.

The defensive play of Evan Wyse at third base helped the Streaks get out of a bases-loaded jam in the fifth to hold the Bulldogs to just one run, which came in the sixth.

Michael Walker (1-1) pitched a complete game, a four-hitter. He gave up one run with four strikeouts and two walks.

At the plate Archbold was led by Jase Grosjean, two singles; Walker, two singles, one run batted in; Tyson Dietrich, RBI double; Zach Zimmerman, Tyson Schnitkey, and Chandler Tuckerman, each with a two-RBI single; Dylan Wyse, RBI single. AHS 6, Paulding 0

Third baseman Evan Wyse fires to first after fielding the ball against Swanton.– photo by Mario Gomez

Third baseman Evan Wyse fires to first after fielding the ball against Swanton.– photo by Mario Gomez

Tanner Wyse (3-0) pitched a complete game, Tuesday, April 24, to lead the Streaks past the Panthers (4-13) 6-0.

He allowed five hits and struck out 12.

The Streaks pounded out 10 hits. Dietrich had three singles; Zimmerman, double, three RBIs; Evan Wyse, RBI single; Schnitkey, RBI double; Taylor Price, triple; Grosjean, RBI single. Perrysburg 4, AHS 2

The Streaks traveled to Perrysburg, Thursday, April 26, and suffered a 4-2 nonleague defeat.

Three AHS errors led to four earned runs for Perrysburg in the second inning.

The Yellow Jackets had four hits while the Blue and Gold had five.

“Tyson (Dietrich) deserved a better fate, as he only allowed the Division I Yellow Jackets three hits in five innings,” said Dick Selgo, AHS head coach.

Dietrich (5-2) struck out three and walked five.

At the plate, Kolin Schilt and T. Wyse each had RBI singles.


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