Ridgewood 5, Hiland 0

WEST LAFAYETTE — Behind the solid pitching work of sophomore Koleten Smith the host Ridgewood Generals blanked Hiland 5-0 in an Inter-Valley Conference match-up on Monday.

Smith tossed seven innings allowing just one hit with two Ks and one walk for RHS.

Leading the Generals’ offense was sophomore Kaden Smith with a pair of singles, while sophomore Connor Kunze chipped in with a basehit that plated two RBIs.

Buckeye Trail 9, Newcomerstown 1

OLD WASHINGTON — Host Buckeye Trail High notched its second win of the season as it no-hit Newcomerstown and picked up a 9-1 Inter-Valley Conference victory on Monday.

Dylan Beaver tossed a gem for the Warriors (2-10) as he fanned 12 Trojans while allowing four free passes in seven no-hit innings.

Gavin Weaver accepted the loss for Newcomerstown (0-14) as he struck out four and walked three in six innings of work.

Leading the way for Trail at the plate was Beaver who smacked a double and two singles for a pair of RBI while Coltin Meek scored the lone run for the Trojans.

Ridgewood 12, Newcomerstown 2

Ridgewood 10, Newcomerstown 3

WEST LAFAYETTE — Host Ridgewood swept a Inter-Valley Conference double header over the visiting Newcomerstown Trojans on Wednesday by scores of 12-2 and 10-3.

In the opener, which went just five innings before the mercy rule came into play, saw the Generals plate five runs the second inning, one in the fourth and six in the fifth, while the Trojans got single tallies in the third and fifth frames.

Freshman Blayden McCoy picked up the pitching win fanning four and walking just one in four and one-half innings of work. Kyle Hinds absorbed the loss for Newcomerstown with two strikeouts and six free passes.

The Generals banged out eight hits led by Memphis Cutshall with a pair of doubles with Koleton Alexander and Zach Wright adding a two-bagger each. Kaden Smith chipped in with a pair of singles.

Indian Valley 10, Newcomerstown 0

GNADENHUTTEN - Koby Shepherd tossed a five-inning, mercy rule no-hitter as the host Indian Valley Braves shutout the visiting Newcomerstown Trojans, 10-0, Thursday in Inter-Valley Conference South Division action.

Branen Lehigh led the Braves (12-1, 6-1 IVC) at the plate with a double and single, while Dalton Burcher and Tanner Myers had two hits each.

Grayson Wagner absorbed the mound loss for the Trojans.

Ridgewood 4,East Canton 1

WEST LAFAYETTE — A big four-run third inning gave host Ridgewood all the offense needed for a 4-1 Inter-Valley Conference victory over East Canton on Friday night.

East Canton took an early 1-0 lead in the opening inning before the Generals rallied for the IVC win.

Kolton Alexander worked six innings with nine Ks and two walks to get the win on the mound for RHS.

Sophomore Memphis ‘Mac’ Cutshall and senior Jarett Slusser each stroked a double and single to pace the Generals’ eight-hit attack. Senior Zach Wright also chipped in with a two-base hit with an RBI.

Tusky Valley 12, Newcomerstown 0

NEWCOMERSTOWN — Visiting Tusky Valley kept the Newcomerstown Trojans winless with a 12-0, five-inning Inter-Valley Conference win on Friday.

Kienzle and Jones combined for a three-hitter for TV, with Kienzle picking up the win. The two combined for seven strikeouts and three free passes. Thurman Gibson took the mound loss for the Trojans, fanning five and issuing three walks.

Tusky Valley banged out 10 hits paced by Johnson with a triple and two singles with Kienzle helping his cause with a double and single. Phillips added three singles.

Newcomerstown (0-18) collected just three hits — singles by Gavin Weaver, Jared Simmons and Logan Hursey.

Indian Valley 11, Conotton Valley 1

GNADENHUTTEN -- Host Indian Valley scored its 13th win of the season with an 11-1 beat down of Conotton Valley in an Inter-Valley Conference crossover game on Friday.

Thanks to a brilliant outing on the mound by Cade Williams, the Braves improved to an impressive 13-1 on the year while the Rockets fell to 6-8 on the season.

Pacing Indian Valley at the plate was Braden Lehigh, Colbey McBeth, Ryan Berger and Kyle Enos with one double each.