Wellsville downed by Heartland

WELLSVILLE–Heartland Christian picked up its first win of the season over Wellsville 5-1 on Friday at Hammond Park.

Zach Labon led the Lions with a double and a single with two RBIs. Aaron Gault added a double and a single with an RBI. Joey Donofrio chipped in a double.

For Wellsville, Justin Thirtyacre had a double and a single at the plate. Cole Corbin added a single and a double with an RBI.

Heartland Christian is now 1-5 and will travel to Warren J.F.K for doubleheader action today.

Wellsville drops to 3-6 and will travel to United on Monday.

HC: 0-0-2-1-1-1-0–5-9-3

W: 0-0-0-0-1-0-0–1-6-3

HC– Caleb Graft, wp (7IP, 8K, 3BB) and Aaron Gault

W–Cole Corbin, lp (7IP, 9K) and Connor Ramsey


Steubenville Catholic Central 5, East Liverpool 2

STEUBENVILLE– East Liverpool fell to Steubenville Central Catholic 5-2 on Friday.

Maddy Brown had 13 strikeouts and only allowed three hits in a tough luck loss for the Potters.

Brown also had three singles at the plate. Karly Golden and Breanna Hall had singles. Hannah Newlin had a double and single.

East Liverpool travels to Bellaire today.

Brooke 17, Beaver Local 2

CALCUTTA — Beaver Local’s softball team had another tough loss as the Beavers fell to Brooke 17-2 on Friday.

Morgan Bouscher had two singles, while Hannah Call had an RBI single for the Beavers.

BR: 1-6-2-1-7–17-13-0

BL: 1-1-0-0-0–2-4-7

BR — Jaycee Mitchell wp (4IP, 1K, 4BB), Misch (1IP, 1K, 0BB) and Lusk, Hanes.

BL– Aleia Marino (2K, 6BB) and Leah Pancake.

Oak Glen 13,

University 7

MORGANTOWN, W.Va.–The Oak Glen softball team pounded out a 13-7 win over University Friday.

Oak Glen totaled 18 hits, led by multiple hits from Hanna Patterson, Hannah Walker, Lexi Andrews, Brittney Giorgini, McKayla Goodlin, Janaya Montgomery and Alyssa Creese.