Indian Valley 2, CVCA 1
CUYAHOGA FALLS -- Visiting Indian Valley used two runs in the top of the first inning to slip past Cuyahoga Valley Christian Academy 2-1 in Principal's Athletic Conference action on Monday.
Evan Miller earned the win on the hill for the Braves while Drew Wilson suffered the loss for the Royals.
Cade Williams roped a pair of singles in the win for Indian Valley (10-7, 7-2 PAC) while Josh Junko and Steve Taylor added two safeties in the loss for CVCA (8-7, 5-4 PAC).
Newcomerstown 8, Malvern 4
NEWCOMERSTOWN -- Host Newcomerstown High notched its second Inter-Valley Conference victory of the year with an 8-4 victory over Malvern on Monday.
The Trojans scored three in the home half of the third and tacked on two more in the bottom of the sixth frame to seal the deal.
Joel Ebersbach went the distance for Newcomerstown (2-10, 2-8 IVC) allowing two earned runs on eight hits while fanning three and walking one in the winning decision.
George Brode posted a three-hit game with a double, two singles and two RBI followed by Braden Russell with a double and a single and Branden Septer with a two-run single.
Indian Valley 16, Claymont 4
UHRICHSVILLE -- Wyatt Garabrandt pitched the visiting Indian Valley Braves to a 16-4 routing of the host Claymont Mustangs on Tuesday.
Terin Harris absorbed the loss for Claymont on the mound.
Leading a 14-hit attack for the Braves (11-7) was Cade Williams with three singles. Brennon O'Connor, Colbey McBeth and Jarrett Helter each chipped in with two singles each.
Claymont was paced at the plate by Jordan Kleyman and Garrett Armstrong with two singles each.
Newcomerstown 11, Shenandoah 1
NEWCOMERSTOWN - Host Newcomerstown High posted a victory for the second day in a row with an 11-1 "mercy-rule" win over Shenandoah on Tuesday.
The Trojans erupted for three runs in the first two innings and four more in the fourth frame to take early command in the contest.
George Brode tossed a gem for Newcomerstown allowing only one run on seven hits fanning seven and walking two in the complete-game effort while Jacob Howell suffered the loss on the mound for the Zeps with one K and one walk in 3.1 innings of work.
Brode helped himself at the plate with a double and a single while Braden Russell belted a home run, added a pair of base hits and recorded two RBI for the Trojans (3-10). Branden Septer chipped in with a double, single and a game-high four RBI and Gavin Weaver stroked three base hits with three RBI
Howell led the Shenandoah (5-11) offense with a double, single and drove in the Zeps' lone run while Austin McPeek added a pair of singles.
CVCA 3, Indian Valley 2
GNADENHUTTEN -- For the second time in a week the visiting Indian Valley Braves and the Cuyahoga Valley Christian Academy played a close game with the Royals claiming a 3-2 Principal's Athletic Conference win Wednesday.
The Royals scored two runs the opening inning and Indian Valley cut the deficit in half the fourth. Both teams scored a single run in the fifth to provide the 3-2 final.
Steven Taylor picked up the mound win for the Royals, while Cade Williams suffered the loss.
Indian Valley (11-8, 7-2 PAC) was led at the plate by Williams with a double and single, while Brennon O'Connor added a double.
Newcomerstown 9, Tusky CC 6
NEW PHILADELPHIA - Newcomerstown High picked up a 9-6 Inter-Valley Conference win over Tuscarawas Central Catholic on Friday.
Joel Ebersbach earned the pitching win for the Trojans with a complete-game effort, striking out five and walking three. Two TCC pitchers combined for five Ks and six walks.
George Brode paced NHS at the plate with a double, two singles and three RBI.
Braden Culler smacked a triple and two singles with two RBI and Alex Selinsky had three singles and an RBI for TCC.
Ridgewood 5, East Canton 2
WEST LAFAYETTE -- Ridgewood High extended its winning streak to four games on Friday with a 5-2 victory over East Canton in Inter-Valley Conference action.
Freshman Koleton Smith picked up the win on the mound for RHS with six innings of work, allowing two runs on five hits with seven Ks and one walk.
The younger Smith also led the way at the plate with three singles, while older brother Braeden Smith, Zach Wright and Jarrett Slusser each singled twice for the Generals.