Manchester 1, Indian Valley 0

MANCHESTER -- Visiting Indian Valley High suffered a slim 1-0 loss to the hands of Manchester on Monday.

The Panthers lone run came in the home half of the sixth inning and it proved to be enough for the win.

Dalton Earich earned the win on the mound for Manchester and helped his own cause with a pair of base hits.

Cade Williams suffered the loss for the Braves while Ryan Berger paced the offense with a pair of safeties.

Canton Central Catholic 11, Indian Valley 5

CANTON -- Host Canton Central Catholic got a strong pitching performance from Miller Davies to throttle the visiting Indian Valley Braves 11-5 Tuesday in Principals Athletic Conference play.

Wyatt Garabrandt suffered the loss on the mound for the Braves. Indian Valley (8-6, 6-1 PAC) collected five hits led by Jarrett Helter with a double.

Malvern 13, Newcomerstown 10

MALVERN -- Host Malvern High rallied past Newcomerstown to record a 13-10 victory in Inter-Valley Conference baseball action on Tuesday.

After three innings the Trojans held a 4-3 lead, but the Hornets would close out the game with a 10-6 scoring edge to record the IVC home win.

Senior George Brode took the loss for Newcomerstown (1-8, 0-4 IVC) finishing with five Ks and two walks in a relief role.

Joel Ebersbach collected four singles with four RBIs, Braden Russell banged out a triple, two singles with an RBI for the Trojans, with Brode adding a pair of basehits with three RBIs.

Manchester 3, Indian Valley 1

GNADENHUTTEN -- Visiting Manchester jumped out to a 3-0 lead the opening inning and held off the host Indian Valley Braves for a 3-1 Principals Athletic Conference win Wednesday.

Seidel picked up the pitching win, while Evan Miller took the loss for Indian Valley despite striking out 10 batters.

Indian Valley (8-7, 6-2 PAC) collected three hits led by Wyatt Garabrandt with a double.

Sandy Valley 19, Newcomerstown 2

NEWCOMERSTOWN -- Five errors committed by host Newcomerstown High proved to be costly in its 19-2 Inter-Valley Conference loss to Sandy Valley on Wednesday.

The Cardinals jumped ahead early with eight runs in the opening frame and plated nine more runners in the third to take complete command of the game.

Michael Roberts hurled a gem for Sandy Valley allowing only two runs on four hits while fanning eight and walking one in the complete-game effort while Bailey Guy took the loss on the hill for the Trojans (1-8, 1-7 IVC) walking five in two innings of work.

Cameron Woods belted a home run and had a game-high four RBIs for the Cardinals followed by Roberts, Dante Tucci and Austin Dierick who added two base hits each.

Braden Russell paced the Newcometstown offense with a double and a single while George Brode added an RBI-single.

Strasburg 14, Newcomerstown 5

STRASBURG -- Visiting Newcomerstown jumped out to a 5-1 lead the first inning, but Strasburg roared back to claim a 14-5 Inter-Valley Conference win on Thursday.

Joel Ebersbach absorbed the loss on the hill for the Trojans, striking out two and walking three. Kyle Hinds came on in the fourth and added four walks. Mitch Neidenthal picked up the win for Strasburg with relief help from brother Mike as the duo combined for six strikeouts and two walks.

The Trojans (1-9, 1-8 IVC) were paced by Branden Septer with a double while George Brode and Gavin Weaver chipped in two singles each.

The Tigers were led by Mike Neidenthal with five singles with brother Mitch adding a pair of safeties. Paul Thomas also had two singles.

East Canton 10, Newcomerstown 2

NEWCOMERSTOWN -- Host Newcomerstown High dropped a 10-2 decision to East Canton in Inter-Valley Conference baseball action on Friday.

The Hornets tallied three runs in the third to take a 6-1 advantage and then cushioned their lead with four runs in the fourth to seal the victory.

George Brode accepted the loss on the bump for the Trojans (1-10, 0-8 IVC) with three strikeouts and two walks in 2.1 innings of work before being relieved by Branden Septer who tossed four innings with a pair of Ks and handed out four free passes.

Brode and Alex Porcher paced the Newcomerstown offense with two singles and an RBI each.