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AHS Baseball Wins Four, Loses Two




Taylor Price went 1-1 on the mound last week, and stands 3-1 on the season.– photo by Mario Gomez

Taylor Price went 1-1 on the mound last week, and stands 3-1 on the season.– photo by Mario Gomez

The Archbold baseball team picked up four wins last week but dropped a Northwest Ohio Athletic League contest to Patrick Henry.

The Streaks defeated Evergreen in league action and garnered non-league wins over Stryker, Holgate and Edon, but lost to Hicksville to stand at 11-6, 3-1 NWOAL. AHS 13, Evergreen 7

Archbold hosted the Vikings (8-3, 1-1 NWOAL), Monday, April 16. AHS exploded for nine runs in the first inning to coast to their third NWOAL win.

Archbold blasted 13 hits in the 13-7 victory while the Vikings had nine.

Tyson Dietrich (3-1) recorded the win. In three innings he gave up three runs on three hits, struck out two and walked four.

Michael Walker went 3-3 at the plate with two runs batted in. Tyson Schnitkey was 2-4, with a single and a double and three RBIs. Chandler Tuckerman and Evan Wyse each hit two singles and had an RBI, and Jase Grosjean hit an RBI triple. AHS 11, Stryker 1

Archbold hosted the Stryker Panthers (4-10), Tuesday, April 17 and pounded out 11 hits in an 11-1 win.

The Streaks scored in every inning while the Panthers’ lone run came in the first inning.

Taylor Price (3-0) recorded the win. In five innings he gave up one run on one hit, struck out seven, and walked six.

“After a rough first inning, when he walked three batters, Taylor really got into a rhythm and pitched an excellent game,” said Dick Selgo, AHS head coach.

At the plate, Grosjean went 3-4 with a triple and two RBIs. Dylan Wyse went 3-3, including a double and three RBIs. Schnitkey was 1- 2 with two RBIs, and Tanner Wyse hit a double.

Taylor Brown had Stryker’s only hit. PHHS 8, AHS 0

Kevin Kline, the Patriots’ ace pitcher and future University of Toledo baseball player, threw a two-hitter against the Streaks.

Grosjean and Walker each had infield singles to start the game, but then the PH hurler shut down the Streaks.

PH (9-7, 2-2 NWOAL) scored three runs in the second and five in the third while AHS couldn’t cross the plate.

Schnitkey suffered the loss. He gave up one earned run on four hits, struck out two and walked five in 2 2/3 innings. AHS 12, Holgate 2

Archbold jumped out to a 6-0 lead after the first inning and 9-0 after two, coasting to a 12-2 win over the Tigers, Friday, April 20, at AHS.

It was Archbold’s sixth win in its last eight games.

T. Wyse picked up the win, giving up two runs on six hits and striking out five.

T. Wyse also contributed at the plate with a double and triple and two RBIs. Zach Zimmerman had two doubles and an RBI, and Price had a single, double, and three RBIs.

Dietrich hit his second home run of the season. AHS 11, Edon 0 Hicksville 10, AHS 6

Archbold had little trouble with the Edon Blue Bombers, Saturday, April 21, in a three-way contest at Edon.

The Streaks scored six runs in the first inning and ending the game in five by blanking the Bombers 11-0.

Dietrich picked up the win, giving up just two hits, striking out five and walking five.

Dietrich led AHS at the plate, “blasting a mammoth three-run homer in the first inning, and driving in a total of five runs for the game,” said Selgo.

T. Wyse was 2-3 with a double and two RBIs. Evan Wyse hit an RBI double, Grosjean hit two singles, and Kolin Schilt had a single and two RBIs.

In the Streaks’ second game of the day, Hicksville led 8-1 after the first two innings and 9-2 after three. Archbold scored two runs in each of the fifth and sixth innings to close the gap to 9-6. The Aces (11-6) scored their final run in the top of the seventh for a 10-6 lead.

Archbold had the bases loaded in the bottom of the seventh, but the Aces’ pitcher got the final out to end the game.

Price (3-1) was the losing pitcher. In 1/3 inning he gave up five runs on one hit, struck out none, and walked four. Schilt and T. Wyse pitched in relief.

Archbold had 11 hits while Hicksville had 10. T. Wyse had three singles and two RBIs. Walker had a single and a double, and Zimmerman had two singles and one RBI.


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