Indian Lake Falls to Northwestern in Final Play; Benjamin Logan Wins


The Indian Lake Lakers fell to Northwestern 2-1 in the final play of the game.

The game was tied at one in the bottom of the eighth when Brody Grim singled, scoring one run.

Both teams were strong on the hill.

Northwestern pitchers struck out six, while Indian Lake sat down nine.

The Lake opened the scoring in the first after Camdon Tuttle drew a walk, scoring one run.

Evan Manley took the loss for the Lakers.

They went one and two-thirds innings, surrendering one run on one hit, striking out one, and walking one.

Burke Lillard stepped on the bump first for the Lakers.

The right-handed pitcher allowed one run over six innings, striking out eight, and walking two.

Evan Manley and Cyrus Cummins each collected one hit for the Lake.

Manley stole three bases.

The Lakers were sure-handed and didn’t commit a single error. Cummins made the most plays with ten.

The Lakers will play at home on Wednesday against Northwestern.


Benjamin Logan varsity Raiders defeated Shawnee 4-3.

Benjamin Logan captured the lead, four to two at the top of the seventh after Derek Stevens singled, Carter Laden grounded out, the Raiders scored the wild pitch, and Keaton Horny singled each scoring one run.

Ethan Martin earned the win for the Raiders.

The right-handed pitcher surrendered nine hits and three runs over seven innings, striking out seven and walking two.

Martin went three for four at the plate to lead the Benjamin Logan varsity raiders in hits.

Horny, Laden, and Stevens each drove in one run for Benjamin Logan.

Camden Spriggs collected two hits in four at-bats.

Benjamin Logan turned one double play in the game.


Bellefontaine Chiefs could not keep up with Jonathan Alder 7-2 on Tuesday.

Alex Crabill started on the bump for the Chiefs, Crabill allowed eight hits and four runs (three earned) over five innings, striking out one and walking none.

The offense was led by Jayden Temple who went 2-3 on the day with 2 doubles and Chris Fogan who also added a double and a run.

They will be back in action Wednesday at home versus Jonathan Alder starting at 5:15 PM.


The Riverside Pirates traveled to Covington Tuesday night and absorbed a 1-0 defeat.

Sam King pitched a complete game striking out eleven, walking four, and giving up only three hits and one earned run.

Riverside drops to 1-2 in league play and 4-2 overall.