Several youth teams played under sunny skies Wednesday night.
The Bellefontaine Easton Water Solutions Acme baseball team edged the Xenia Scouts 1-0 at Blue Jacket Park (pictured).
Kyle Brunner fired a three-hit shutout with eight strikeouts.
The only run came in the bottom of the first inning when Nick Burton tripled, then scored on a double by Jarrod Houchin.
Easton Water improves to 11-2. They will host Troy tonight at six o’clock.
City Farm League Tournament:
AcuSport advanced in the winner’s bracket by defeating Lee’s Roofing 7-6.
Robby Wildermuth delivered a walk-off two-run double in the bottom of the sixth inning.
Connor Rose belted a double. Cam Cline and Dhalin Damron each had two hits.
For Lee’s Roofing, Nate Schmidt smacked a double.
BPD blanked Brown’s Tree Service 14-0 in their first tournament game.
Jeremy and Jarrid Baughman combined for twelve strikeouts.
Doby Orahood had a triple, a double, and three RBIs.
Jacob Mitchell recorded a double and an RBI.
Tucker Ridenbaugh added two hits.
For Brown’s Tree Service, pitcher Jaeden Campbell struck out three.
Washington #2 ran past Rushsylvania #1 14-1.
Lukas Schwieterman and Logan Evans teamed up for nine Ks.
Evans had two doubles and Reece Lensman added a double.
For Rushsylvania, Hunter Kennaw smacked a home run.
West Liberty Acrux lost to Belle Center 12-7.
Laura Neer pitched a complete game with ten Ks.
Dierdre McGill and Carrington Cordeiro each had two hits.
Abby Dillon, Courtney Neer, and Taylor Henault each added a hit.
Bellefontaine McDonald’s edged Huntsville Osgood State Bank 5-4.
Mckenzie Clark earned the win with a four-hitter.
Hannah Rader had two hits, including a double.
Jalen Brown, Brianna Burkhammer, and Alli Stein added hits.
For Huntsville, pitcher Callie Stidam struck out six.
Kaylee Foreman delivered a double and an RBI.
DeGraff #2 Rexer-Riggin-Madden Funeral Home nipped West Liberty #2 5-4.
Courtney Carr struck out nine and Angela Walter added a strikeout.
Carr had a home run and two RBIs. Allison McKee ripped a double and drove in a run.
DeGraff finished the regular season 5-4. They will begin tournament play Saturday in DeGraff.