Friday Night Softball: Graham, Riverside, Ben Logan Fall; Bellefontaine, West Liberty-Salem, Indian Lake Win


The Graham varsity softball team fell to Tecumseh High School 4-6 Friday night.


Riverside hosted Miami East in TRC play Friday night and fell 17-7.

Jaidyn Jackson hit a two-run home run Emilee Robinson went 2-3 with 2 RBIs, and Aubree Huston had 2 RBIs.


Lady Chiefs traveled to Ben Logan tonight and won 10-6.

Averie Vigansky earned the win on the mound and had a strong defense behind her.

Offensively they were led by Averie Vigansky going 3-4 with 2 doubles and 4 RBIs, Airiana Young 3-4, Emma Crabtree 2-4, Addison Wical 2-4, and Ellie Mitchell 2-3.

The Lady Chiefs play again Saturday at home in a doubleheader against Wapakoneta.


Benjamin Logan was defeated by Bellefontaine on Friday night 6-10.

The Lady Chieftains were spurred on by a 5-run fifth inning and a 3-run sixth inning.

While hitting was a strong suit for both teams, the Lady Raiders fell short in the runs scored column.

Offensively, Benjamin Logan was led by sophomore Tanna Jacobs, who went 3 for 3, with a triple and an RBI.

Courtney Bowers doubled and drove in two runs.

Brooks Myers and Bailee Stover each had two hits, and Stover scored three runs.

Kyndal Cronkleton, Libby Siefring, Skylar Miracle, and Kylie Harner each added a hit.

Chloe Crumm suffered the loss on the mound for the Lady Raiders.

She struck out 10 batters on the night.

Benjamin Logan travels to Celina on Saturday for double headers at 12 pm and 2 pm.


The Lady Tigers came out on top tonight with a 6-4 win over Madison Plains.

Audrey Collins was 2-3 with a three-run homer.

Brielle Milliron went three for four at the plate.

Kaylee Blair, Addyson Mattox, and Briley Sullivan each had two hits.

Tigers will host West Jefferson on Tuesday.


The Indian Lake Lakers topped London 8-3.

At the bottom of the first inning, Indian Lake took the lead after Halle Roby singled, Abigail Elliott singled, and Porsha Davis doubled, each scoring one run.

Three more Lakers crossed the plate in the fifth inning to extend the lead to 6-2.

Elliott singled, scoring one run, and Divis homered to center field, scoring two runs.

Madison Brentlinger led things off in the circle for the Lakers. The right-handed pitcher gave up nine hits and three runs over seven innings, striking out four and walking three.

The Lake piled up thirteen hits in the game. Davis, the number seven hitter for the Lakers, led the way with three runs batted in.

The center fielder went two for three on the day.

Elliott, and Brentlinger each collected three hits.

Halle Roby and Haylee Edwards each collected multiple hits for Indian Lake.

Next up for the Lakers is a game against Shawnee on Saturday.