Trojans and Bulldogs do well in tournament and win respective conference titles

June 4th, 2009    Author: Richard Crawford    Filed Under: Sports

Most of the Clermont County varsity baseball teams are trying to wrap up their regular season scheduleof games while still competing in their respective sectional tournaments.

Batavia and Glen Este have been the most successful. Both are champions of their respective conferences.

Batavia

The Bulldogs downed Bethel-Tate 11-1 in five innings. Korey Eads got two hits to help himself to the win on the mound. Teammates Kris Hecktor, Eric Roberts, David Lenhardt, and Joey Wahl each had two hits. This was a Southern Buckeye Conference American Division game.

Andy King, Glen Este third baseman, throws out an enemy runner.
Williamsburg was also brought down in five innings 14-1. Bill McPartland got the win on the hill. Two hits each were achieved by Roberts, Wahl, J. D. Little, Ryan Anstaett, and Austin Boyer. This was a non-division game of the Southern Buckeye Conference.

Georgetown's G-Men were yet another victim, 6-1. McPartland was again the winning pitcher. Little, Anstaett, and Zach Heber all paced the offense with two hits each. This was a Southern Buckeye Conference non-division fray.

Glen Este

The Trojans took only five innings to wipe out Winton Woods' Warriors 17-0. Jones was the winning pitcher. He had two runs batted in to assist himself and Nathan Bromagem had two hits and two RBI, and Andrew King had two hits. This was a Fort Ancient Valley Conference Buckeye Division tilt.

Anderson was also upended in the Fort Ancient Valley Conference Buckeye Division. Glen Este won out 9-6 behind the superior performance ot Matt Marksberry who struck out 10 Redskins and homered and had three RBI to help himself. Tyler Godfrey, who had two hits, got the save. Bromagem among his three hits had a home run and two RBI, and Brandon Fuller also homered and had three RBI.

Marksberry fired a 5-0 shut out opposite Harrison's Wildcats in the Fort Ancient Valley Conference Buckeye Division. Fuller earned the save and each of them had two base raps. Andrew Gerber had two hits and two RBI and Kyle Gordon had two hits for the Purple and White.

Milford

The Eagles triumphed over Turpin's Spartans 8-2 in a Fort Ancient Valley Conference non-division duel. Nick Hittner was the victorious man on the mound. Trevor Cunningham earned the save. Zac McFarland powered the Red and white attack by homering among his four hits and got five RBI, Robert Nesteroff, Kevin Chaffin, A. J. Wilson, and Justin Barlow had two hits apiece.

The Red and White nipped Loveland 6-5 in a Buckeye Division showdown of the Fort Ancient Valley Conference. Wilson was the winning hurler. Nesteroff and Jacob Ohnmeis each had a pair of base knocks for the winners.

Bethel-Tate

The Tigers tripped Clemront Northeastern 2-0 in a battle in the American Division of the Southern Buckeye Conference. Cody Kirker was the winning hurler and fanned 11 of the Rockets. Tommy Galea's two hits paced the Red and Gray's offense.

Bethel-Tate wasted very little time in fracturing Fayetteville 13-2. Galea was triumphant on the hill and got three hits to aid his own efforts. Spencer Sutter and Ricky Kimberly added three hits each and Zach Taylor and Kevin Poe two apiece for the Red and Gray.

Fayetteville provided more resistance, but still lost to the Tigers 8-6. Both games were non-conference. Sutter was the winning pitcher and he helped himself by homering among his three hits, scored thrice, and had two RBI. Kimberly contributed two hits and two RBI and Taylor two hits.

Western Brown won out 11-3. Galea had three base raps for the Clemront countians in this Southern Buckeye Conference American Divison confrontation.

New Richmond

The Lions beat Clermont Northeastern 4-1 behind the nine-strikeout job fired by Josh Erdman. Justin Wilson, Dylan Senters, and Steven Biinder each contributed two hits to the winning cause. This was a Southern Buckeye Conference American Division duel. Justin Messinger and Jordan Smith paced the Rockets' resistance by each hitting safely twice.

The Red and Black lost to Western Brwon 20-3 in a five-inning Southern Buckeye Conference American Division tilt. Austin Warden's two RBI led the Lions' offense.

Amelia

The Barons won a Fort Ancient Valley Conference Cardinal Division game over Walnut Hills 7-4. Winning hurler Mitch Lawson struck out 10 Eagles. Donovan Schwalbach's two hits and Sam Gabbard's two RBI powered the Blue and White's offense.

Ross defeated the Barons 6-1 in a non-division game of the Fort Ancient Valley Conference.

In a non-conference contest, Cincinnati Hills Christian nipped Amelia 3-2.

Clermont Northeastern

The Rockets skimmed past Goshen 3-1 in a game of the Southern Buckeye Conference American Division. Seth Varner was the winning pitcher and got two hits to assist his performance. Wright earned the save. Ryan Mummert and Tanner Sanders both clobbered home runs for the Blue and Gold. Derek Koch's two base raps spearheaded the Warriors' attack.
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