The Archbold baseball team remains perfect at 5-0 in Northwest Ohio Athletic League play after a 6-1 win over Patrick Henry and 1-0 over Swanton last week.
In non-league play, Archbold beat Edon 9-5 and Hicksville 16-7, Saturday, April 27, at Hicksville.
Overall the Streaks support a 13-2 mark.
AHS 16, Hicksville 7
In a slugfest with Hicksville, the Streaks crossed the plate 16 times in the first game of a tri-match.
Tied at 7 heading into the top of the eighth inning, the Blue and Gold scored nine runs to record the win.
Tyson Schnitkey belted a grand slam home run in the top of the eighth to lead AHS to the win. He recorded seven runs-batted-in and went 6-7 as the designated hitter.
Evan Wyse had three singles, a double, and two RBIs. Jase Grosjean and Zach Zimmerman each had two singles and one RBI; Emerson Radabough had two singles. Michael Walker and Zach Short each hit a single, double, and had one RBI.
Walker (4-0) recorded the win on the mound. In one inning he gave up one run on one hit, struck out one, and walked none.
Archbold 9 Edon 5
The Streaks dropped the bomb on the Edon Blue Bombers (8-7) 9-5 in their second game on Saturday.
Stuart Wyse (2-0) recorded the win, giving up one run in 3 2/3 innings, striking out three and walking three.
The Streaks blasted 16 hits. Short, Schnitkey, and Grosjean all had two singles and one double. Short had four RBIs, while Schnitkey and Grosjean each had one. Radabough and Zimmerman each had a single, double, and one RBI.
AHS 6, Patrick Henry 1
Hosting PH (9-4, 3-3 NWOAL), Friday, April 26, the Streaks pounded out 11 hits behind the hitting of Taylor Price and Radabaugh.
Both went 2-3, each with a single, double, and one RBI. Grosjean and Walker each had two singles and one RBI.
Schnitkey (3-1) recorded the win. In seven innings he gave up one run on five hits, struck out seven, and walked one.
“This was Tyson’s best outing of the season,” said Dick Selgo, AHS head coach.
AHS 1, Swanton 0
Walker threw a three-hit shutout in the 1-0 NWOAL win over Swanton (10-4, 1-1 NWOAL), Monday, April 22 at Bulldog Stadium.
He also had two singles along with Grosjean as the Streaks had six hits. Short also had a double.
After three complete scoreless innings, Schnitkey hit the game-winning RBI with a sacrifice fly in the fourth for the game’s only run.
Walker picked up the win, giving up three hits, recording 11 strikeouts, and walking one. Archbold’s defense was flawless behind Walker, recording no errors.