Chiefs, Tigers, Lakers Win; Pirates and Raiders Fall Short


The Bellefontaine Chiefs snatched the lead late in their 7-5 victory over Tecumseh on Monday.

The game was tied at five in the top of the ninth when Beckham Harman tripled, scoring two runs.

The Chiefs got on the board in the first inning after Carter Caudill singled, scoring two runs.

Jayden Temple also added a 2 run home run in the top of the 6th inning to give the Chiefs the lead.

Riley Neer stepped on the hill first for Bellefontaine Chiefs.

The starting pitcher gave up five hits and four runs (three earned) over four innings, striking out five and walking three.

Spencer Stolly came in and threw 4 strong innings picking up the win.

Chris Fogan recorded the save.

The Chiefs are now 13-7 on the year and will now host Tecumseh on Wednesday at 5:15.

Riverside fell to Milton Union Monday night 4-2.

Aiden Manning had 3 hits for the Pirates.

Riverside falls to 7-7 on the year and 2-7 in TRC play.

The Tigers beat Cedarville 10-0 on Monday night in OHC play.

The Tigers are now 14-3 on the season.

Eli Allen got the win for the Tigers and took a perfect game into the 5th inning.

Allen pitched 6 innings, striking out 10 on 2 hits. The Tigers travel to Greeneview tomorrow

Despite Bryden Morris’ stellar performance with three hits, including a home run, the Benjamin Logan Varsity Raiders fell short against the North Union Varsity Wildcats in a close 8-7 game on Monday.

Morris led the team with his impressive hitting, but it wasn’t enough to secure the win.

Ethan Martin, Soli Hughes, and Camden Spriggs also made significant contributions, showing the depth of talent on the Raiders’ roster.

Next up, the team is ready to bounce back at home on Wednesday against the same Wildcats.


The Indian Lake Lakers defeated Shawnee 1-0 on Monday.

Camdon Tuttle started the game for the Lakers and recorded 21 outs.

He earned the win for the Lake allowing four hits and zero runs over seven innings, striking out eight and walking none.

Tuttle and Dawson Finfrock each collected one hit for Indian Lake.

They will welcome Jonathan Alder on Tuesday for their next game.


Other games:

  • Graham 12, Northwestern 1
  • Urbana 6, Kenton Ridge 5