Friday Softball Scores; Benjamin Logan Walks Off London


It came down to the wire in Friday’s Senior Night game as the Benjamin Logan softball team grabbed a victory in walk-off fashion.  The Lady Raiders came from behind three runs in the bottom of the 7th inning to win 6-5 against London.  Several players contributed to the team’s overall success.

Bailee Stover led the Lady Raiders with a double, a game-winning triple, and three RBIs.  Keeli Rostorfer also had a big night as the lead-off went 3-4 scoring twice and driving in two runs.  Brooks Myers doubled and drove in a run, while Skylar Miracle, Tanna Jacobs, and Courtney Bowers each singled.

A huge seventh inning was sparked by a lead-off walk from Miracle, followed by a hit from Kyndal Cronkleton, and a walk by Chloe Crumm to load the bases.  When Benjamin Logan turned over the lineup, Keeli Rostorfer hit and drove in two runs to bring Benjamin Logan within one.  Bailee Stover then tripled to score Rostorfer and Crumm ending the game with a 6-5 win.

Adilynne Gregg earned the win on the mound and was surrounded by a solid defense.  It was a great night to be a Raider and a great ending to an exciting Senior Night game.

Benjamin Logan will host their first tournament game next Thursday, May 9, against the winner of Northwestern and Urbana.  The game will start at 5:00 pm.


Riverside’s softball team hosted Northeastern in a non-conference game and fell 7-0.  Offensively, they left 12 runners on base, despite Jayden Hoffer’s 3 of 4 efforts.


The Lady Chiefs traveled to Graham tonight and won 6-2. The battery of Averie Vigansky (P) and Laila Butler (C) earned the win. Offensively Addison Wical added two doubles to extend her season-high doubles record to 16, also tying teammate Alexza Clifton’s career doubles record. Airiana Young went 2-4, while Kassi Prine, Averie Vigansky, and Emma Crabtree all added doubles. They return to action next Thursday for a home sectional tournament game.


Greenon bested West Liberty 4-3.

North Union easily took out Tecumseh 14-1.