Archbold, OH

AHS Baseball Opens With 3-1 Record

Michael Walker pitched in relief in Archbold's 4-1 victory over North Central, Thursday, March 29.– photo by Mary Huber

Michael Walker pitched in relief in Archbold’s 4-1 victory over North Central, Thursday, March 29.– photo by Mary Huber

The Archbold baseball season got underway last week with Archbold posting a 3-1 record.

All non-league contests, the Streaks recorded wins over Fairview, Montpelier and North Central.

AHS 4, North Central 1

Behind the arm of Tyson Dietrich, the Blue Streaks opened with a 4-1 win over visiting North Central, Thursday, March 29.

Dietrich recorded 12 strikeouts in five innings and gave up two hits, two walks, and no earned runs.

Michael Walker pitched in relief, striking out five in two innings.

The Streaks scored their four runs in the third inning, while the Eagles scored their only run in the fourth.

Tanner Wyse hit a pair of singles in four trips to the plate. Dietrich added a double; Evan Wyse went 1- 3 with a run batted in, and Jase Grosjean went 1-1.

AHS 17, Montpelier 5

Archbold totaled 17 runs on 14 hits in a non-league contest at Montpelier, Friday, March 30.

T. Wyse recorded the win, giving up five runs on eight hits while striking out seven and walking one.

Walker led AHS at the plate, going 3-4 with two singles and a double. T. Wyse went 2-3, with a single and a double; Dietrich 2-4, double, triple; Zach Zimmerman, 1- 3; E. Wyse, 1-2, single; Tyson Schnitkey, 1-4; Dylan Wyse, 1-1; and Taylor Price, 1-3.

Fairview 3, AHS 0 AHS 10, Fairview 1

In the first game of a Saturday, March 31 doubleheader with Fairview at Archbold, Britt Fitzwater pitched a three-hit shutout to blank the Streaks 3-0.

AHS mustered just three singles as Tyson Schnitkey picked up the loss. In five innings he gave up two runs on three hits, struck out six, and walked two.

The Streaks blasted nine runs in the sixth inning to break a 1-1 tie on their way to a 10-1 victory in the nightcap, handing the Apaches their first loss.

Archbold recorded 12 hits. T. Wyse hit a double, two singles, and had one RBI. Chandler Tuckerman hit two singles and had one RBI; Zimmerman had two singles; and Schnitkey had two singles with two RBIs.

Price recorded the win. In 6 1/3 innings he gave up one run on one hit, struck out four and walked eight.

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