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AHS Baseball Wins Five, Stands 6-1

Holden Galvan avoids a wild pitch in an early-season contest.– photo by Mario Gomez

Holden Galvan avoids a wild pitch in an early-season contest.– photo by Mario Gomez

The Archbold baseball team won five non-league games last week to improve to 6-1 on the season.

AHS 17, Hilltop 0

The Streaks racked up 15 hits on their way to a 17- 0 shutout of Hilltop (3-2), Monday, April 1, at Memorial Park.

Aiden Warncke got the win in the mound. In five innings he allowed no runs on two hits, struck out five, and walked three.

At the plate, Kade Kern led AHS with a home run and a double.

Jeron Williams had three singles; T.J. Rice and Cory Erbskorn, two singles each; Mitch Grosjean, Clay Nafziger, Travis Ziegler, Kreighton Sims, single each; Drake Mohring, Rigo Ramos, double each.

AHS 10, Napoleon 0

Ramos pitched a one-hitter, struck out 13 batters, and walked two as Archbold recorded a 10-0 shutout of Napoleon (1-2) in six innings, Tuesday, April 2, at Memorial Park.

The Streaks recorded 13 hits. Williams had a double and two singles; Erbskorn had a double and a single. Kern had two singles; Rice, Grosjean, Sims, Ziegler, Nafziger, and Warncke each had a base hit.

AHS 11, Ayersville 0

Archbold recorded its third straight shutout with an 11- 0 five-inning win over Ayersville (0-4), Friday, April 5, at Memorial Park.

Ethan Hagans got the win on the mound. In five innings he allowed no runs on two hits, struck out six, and walked one.

AHS recorded 10 hits. Erbskorn had a triple, single, and two runs batted in. Rice had two singles with two RBIs. Williams had two singles with one RBI. Mohring had a double.

AHS 5, Elmwood 4 AHS 14, Ottawa Hills 3

Travis Ziegler’s double in the bottom of the ninth inning drove in Rigo Ramos with the game-winning run as the Streaks defeated Elmwood 5-4 in the first game of a doubleheader, Saturday, April 6, at Memorial Park.

Ramos (3-1) was the winning pitcher. In 2 1/3 innings he allowed no runs on no hits, struck out six, and walked two.

The Streaks had nine hits to five for the Royals.

Ziegler had a double, single, and two RBIs. Holden Galvan had a double and a single; Grosjean, double, one RBI; Chase Kohler, single, RBI; Williams, double.

In the second game, the Streaks exploded for 11 runs in the third inning and defeated Ottawa Hills 14-3.

Sims was the winning pitcher. In five innings he allowed three runs on eight hits, struck out four, and walked one.

Archbold had 12 hits. Ziegler had a triple with two RBIs, while Williams had a double, single, and one RBI. Grosjean, double, single; Hagans, double; Warncke, single, two RBIs; Ramos and Rice, single each, one RBI each.