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BYESVILLE — Morgan’s stars were shining bright on Saturday.

None were more vibrant than Odessa Smith and her 4×100 relay team.

The 4×100, which placed in last year’s Divsion II state meet, blew away the field with a :51.47 that was almost two second better than runner-up St. Clairsville. It consisted of Paige Gorrell, Odessa Smith, Emily Pinkerton and Josie Knierim.

It was the highlight on a day that saw Smith pile up 32 1/2 points as the Raiders place second of 18 teams at the annual Joe Kaspar Invitational. Dover, with 91 points, won the meet with the Raiders at 68.

Smith, an All-Ohioan last season, took the 100 hurdles in :15.52 — almost a second faster than runner-up Alyssa Feller, of Dover. She was even more dominant in the 300 hurdles, racing to a :48.36 that topped Feller (:50.83) by almost two seconds. 

For good measure, she won the long jump in 16-7 3/4, more than a foot farther than second-place Emily Backus, of Rosecrans. Backus checked in at 15-4.

Knierim was second to West Holmes’ Jasmine Giauque in the 100 and 200 in :13.18 and :27.59, respectively. Emily Pinkerton was fourth in the 800 (2:38.0).

Mykell Bowen won the shot put for West Muskingum in 112-9, just ahead of runner-up Arianna Terakedis, of Claymont, who was at 111-5.

In the boys meet, Philo’s Jaxson Radcliffe was second in the long jump (20-2 3/4) and Caden Swingle sixth in the shot (40-9 1/2), West Muskingum’s Ty Shawger was fifth in the 300 hurdles (:45.03) and Rashid Sesay sixth in the 200 (:24.0).

New Philadelphia won with 142 1/2 points and Dover was second with 76 1/2.

Frame shines at N-Y invite: Grace Frame won the shot and discus to pace Crooksville in the Small School meet at the Nelsonville-York Rocky Boots Invitational at Boston Stadium.

Grace Frame

The senior Frame, a state qualifier in Division III in 2021, reached 37-2 in the shot and 111-7 in the discus. Crooksville was 10th of 12 teams with 36 1/2 points.

Sydney Hambel was second in the 800 (2:37.7) to lead New Lexington to a seventh place finish in the Big School girls meet with 36 points.

The 4×800 relay of Emma Abrams, Grace Baker, Jaylyn Shirkey and Hambel was third overall (11:24.6); Nora Duperow, Jocelyn Bowen, McKenna Pingle and Isabella Starlin were fourth in the 4×200 relay (1:56.5). Starlin was also fifth in the 200 (:28.77).

Gage Frash won the long jump in 19-3 1/2 and was third in the 100 (:11.88) to lead the Ceramics’ boys, who were sixth with 51 1/2 points.

Blayze Hunter third in the 800 and ran a leg on the 4×400 relay that was fifth (4:01.9), while Andrew Willison was fifth in the 110 hurdles (:19.8) and also ran on the 4×400. Gabe Sandefur was fifth in the 300 hurdles (:48.67).

Softball

Crooksville 10, 11, Waterford 6, 0 (6 inn.): Gracie Peck clubbed a pair of homers in the opener and tossed a one-hitter with seven strikeouts in the nightcap to pace the host Ceramics (3-1) in a nonleague sweep in McLuney.

Crooksville trailed 6-0 after two innings in Game 1, but McKenna Headley came on in relief in the third and allowed four hits, one earned run and struck out nine the rest of the way.

The Ceramics trailed 6-5 when Peck’s second homer gave them a 7-6 lead. Headley added a two-run single, part of a five-run sixth that put them ahead to stay. Headley also had a double.

Cheyenne Elliott hit a three-run homer and hit a go-ahead RBI single in the sixth for Waterford.

Grace Frame hit a three-run homer in the first inning and Jaelynn Nelson belted a walk-of grand slam of Game 2 to lead Crooksville’s rout in Game 2. 

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Frame also had a double and single and Sonni Nelson two singles as the Ceramics had 12 hits. Peck walked two and struck out seven to get the win.

Sheridan 3, 8, Logan 1, 11: Cora Hall hit a two-run homer and pitched a complete game in the opener as the Generals managed a doubleheader split against the Division I Chieftains.

Hall struck out eight and walked three while allowing seven hits. Hall sent home Avery Mueller, who doubled, with a key insurance run in the third.

The Generals hit three homers in the nightcap — from Addison Grosse, Cate Conrad and Hall — but the Generals couldn’t keep pace as Logan totaled 12 hits off pitcher Brooke Dixon. 

Grosse added two singles and Avery Mueller a double for Sheridan.

Tri-Valley 16, 12, Tuscarawas Central Cath. 6, 1 (5 inn.): The visiing Scotties piled up 32 hits in a doubleheader sweep of the Saints in New Philadelphia.

Paiton Murphy cracked a two-run homer with a double and single and Raegan Smith added a solo shot in Game 1, when Tri-Valley (5-0) had 15 hits and scored seven times in the second inning to take the lead for good.

Falon Wolford smacked a pair of doubles and a single, Olivia Rapol doubled and singled and Jenna Ashcraft doubled home two runs for the Scotties; Jenna Ashcraft and Caity Journey also doubled.

Belle Baughman allowed two unearned runs with three strikeouts and no walks in four innings to get the win. Rapol pitched three innings in relief.

The hits continued for Tri-Valley in Game 2, when Wolford’s triple, double and single accounted for three of the Scotties’ 17 hits in a five-inning rout.

Journey doubled with two singles, Paiton Murphy had three RBIs with a triple and double and Smith singled twice with two RBIs; Kierra Joseph singled home two runs.

Paiton Murphy twirled four one-hit innings with seven strikeouts to get the win.

New Lexington 5, 14, Berne Union 14, 10: The Panthers managed a nonleague split at home against the Rockets thanks to an offensive outburst in Game 2.

After rolling in the opener, the Rockets took a 3-1 lead in the second inning in the nightcap, only to watch New Lex pile up nine runs in the second inning.

The Rockets pulled into a 10-all tie with a four-run sixth, but Addee Straits sent home Rylee Newlon with a sacrifice fly in the bottom of the sixth to send New Lex ahead to stay.

Abby Wilson tripled twice, Phoenix Williamson tripled and singled and Kylie Fink and Jalynn Allen singled twice for New Lexington.

Baylee Mirgon drove in four runs with a homer and double and also scored five times in the opener for Berne Union, while Chloe Walton plated three runs with a double and two singles.

Lydia Stephens, who pitched a pair of complete games, drove in two runs for the Panthers; Jayden Allen and Addee Straits had doubles. 

John Glenn 8, Richmond Edison 2: Hannah Bendle and Sydney Marshall combined for six hits and five RBIs as the unbeaten Muskies (5-0) in a nonleague win at home.

The game was part of a triangular that also included Indian Valley.

Bendle doubled home two runs in the fourth to push a two-run lead to 5-1, then scored one batter later after stealing third and getting home on Brynna Wolford’s sacrifice fly.

Bendle, who also pitched a complete game to get the win, finished with a triple, three doubles and three runs scored. Marshall doubled home two runs and singled in another.

John Glenn 10, Indian Valley 0 (5 inn.): Sydney Marshall fired a one-hitter and the Muskies piled up 13 hits in a nonleague mercy of the Braves in New Concord.

Hannah Bendle had two doubles, a single and scored three times for the Muskies; Abby Buchtel and Alivia Boothe combined for five singles and four RBIs and Ryann Snider and Sarah Wayne had doubles.

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John Glenn also drew six walks and didn’t strike out.

Philo 13, West Holmes 3 (5 inn.): Allison Tom and Olivia Winland combined for six RBIs in the Electrics’ nonleague mercy at the Philo Athletic Complex.

Tom, the cleanup hitter, drove in three runs with three singles and Winland tripled and singled with three RBIs. Megan Tom tripled and singled and Caitlin Rose singled and walked with two RBIs.

Philo (2-2) scored six times in the third and fourth innings to overcome a 3-0 deficit. Natalie May singled in the go-ahead run and Winland followed with a two-run double to make it 6-3. Allison Tom added a two-run single to make it 9-3 in the fourth.

Addie Shearer allowed one earned run in a complete game to get the win. She walked one and struck out two. 

East Knox 21, Maysville 3 (5 inn.): Natalie Smith drove in seven runs with a pair of homers to lead the host Bulldogs in a nonleague mercy in Howard.

The Bulldogs scored 12 times in the second inning to take a 16-0 lead. Maddy Cotsamire allowed two earned runs in a complete game to get the win.

Haylee Cornett suffered the loss for Maysville, which committed five errors. Shyann Havens doubled and singled to account for half of the Panthers’ hits.

Baseball

Sheridan 10, 11, Logan 1, 1: The Generals (3-2) reached a pair of solid pitching performances in a nonleague sweep of the Chieftains.

Jake Paxton and Caden Sheridan combined on a four-hitter in the opener, when Logan committed five errors and the Generals held an 11-4 edge in hits. Caden Sheridan drove in two runs with a double and Austin Clifton had two singles.

Game 2 saw Blaine Hannan twirl five two-hit innings with four strikeouts and tally three singles, while Jarrett Thorne clubbed a two-run homer as the Generals won in five innings.

Reid Packer singled, walked and scored three times for the Generals, while Collin Duffey tripled with an RBI.

Logan committed five more errors.

Granville 10, 18, Morgan 0, 8: The visiting Raiders (1-3) managed only one hit in the opener and let an 8-4 lead disappear in the nightcap in a pair of nonleague mercy losses.

Wade Pauley had three singles and Nate Silvus two singles with two RBIs in Game 2, as Morgan scored six times in the first inning but were outscored 18-2 the rest of the way. Granville benefitted from eight walks and four Raider errors in the game.

Owen McCoy’s single in the sixth inning broke up a combined no-hit bit from three Blue Aces pitchers. Ezra Kurek had two doubles and a single with three RBIs to pace Granville’s offense. The Blue Aces (2-0) scored five times in the fifth to break open a 3-0 game. 

John Glenn 10, Toronto 4: The Muskies broke a 4-all tie with a five-run fifth inning to pull away for a nonleague win on the road.

All of the Muskies’ runs in the fifth came with two outs. Colt Emerson was intentionally walked to load the bases with two outs after Gunner Fox walked and Aaron Johnson laced a one-out single.

Blade Barclay reached on an error to send Fox home with the go-ahead run, then Johnson scored on a passed ball before Noah Wellmeier walked to load the bases. Avery Parmer singled home two runs to make it 8-4.

Avery Parmer

Parmer also had an RBI double and Johnson finished with two singles. Barclay and Emerson, who scored three runs out of the lead-off hole, had doubles.

Bexlee Woodard and Aydan Thompson pitched four innings of three-hit, shutout relief.

West Muskingum 12, Claymont 2 (6 inn.): Cam Fowler fired a four-hitter with seven strikeouts to pace the Tornadoes’ nonleague mercy in Falls Township.

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Fowler needed only 73 pitches to navigate six innings. He allowed no extra-base hits and walked one.

Colton Smith drove in three runs with a double and single and also stole two bases out of the No. 9 hole for West; Silas Bailey and Nathan Davis combined for three hits and 4 RBIs. The Tornadoes led 7-0 lead after four innings.

One of Davis’ hits was a double.

Zanesville 10, Sarahsville Shenandoah 8: The Blue Devils (1-2) scored 10 times in the final four innings in a game marred by 10 errors and nine walks at Jay Payton Field.

Preston Moorehead struck out eight in 5 1/3 innings to get the win. He allowed two hits — both singles — and one earned run. Slade Young picked up the save. 

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Freshmen Avery Mohler and Caleb Underwood combined for four singles, three RBIs and reached six times to pace the Zanesville offense; Trey Whiteman singled twice and drove in a pair.

Dierkis Vincent suffered the loss in relief of Wyatt Rogers, who pitched four innings.

Rosecrans 18, Liberty Christian 8 (5 inn.): The Bishops (2-0) scored 10 times in the bottom of the fifth inning to earn a nonleague mercy at Gant Municipal Stadium.

The Bishops piled up 13 hits — all singles — and took advantage of seven Liberty Christian errors. Brenden Bernath and Tommy Bernath combined for four hits and six RBIs, Drew Dollings three hits and Malakai Clark and Weston Hartman two hits and three RBIs.

Xander Daniels got the final two outs to get the save in relief of Mikey Burkhart, who pitched 4 1/3 innings.

Gnadenhutten Indian Valley 3, Tri-Valley 2: Gavin Henry knocked in the winning run with a one-out single in the bottom of the seventh inning to send the host Braves to a nonleague win.

Tri-Valley tied the game at 2 on Hansel Holmes’ one-out single, which came after the Scotties loaded the bases with no outs and had a runner picked off third base. Kaelynn Drummonds drove in a run with a bases-loaded single to make it 2-1.

Landon Harney took the hard-luck loss, allowing six hits and one earned run in 6 1/3 innings. The Scotties, who trailed 2-0 after an inning, had three errors.

Drummonds had two singles and Ashton Sensibaugh and Jacob Kinder doubled for Tri-Valley. 

New Lexington 6, 10, Pomeroy Meigs 3, 0: The Panthers earned a nonleague sweep of the Marauders.

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Crooksville 6, Waterford 5: The Ceramics trailed 4-0 after an inning but rallied for a nonleague win against the Wildcats in McLuney.

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Tennis

Zanesville 3, Logan 2: Lucas Watson and Jerimiah Penrose picked up singles wins for the Blue Devils in a road win against the Chieftains.

Watson topped Levi Keck (6-0, 6-0) and Penrose rolled past Owen Gadrim (6-0, 6-1), while Evan Dinan and Sam Lightle blanked Ashley Aldridge and Tommy Baron (6-0, 6-0) to seal the win in No. 1 doubles.

Sky Cooke and Max Mercer lost a hard-fought 0-6, 6-4, 6-7 decision to Zack Keck and Xavier Lawson in No. 2 doubles.

Zanesville forfeited No. 3 singles due to players taking the ACT.

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