High School Baseball ------------------------------- Newark Catholic 11 Pickerington Central 2
The boys from Newark Catholic flexed their muscles in the previous 2 games, belting 8 home runs. There would be no power outage today either as Tyler Moore, Jason Hess and Cody Sanborn all go deep during an 8-run 6th inning.
R.L. Eisenbach was overpowering as well. The hurler will play for Division 1 Buffalo next season but today he was busy throwing a complete...
College Baseball --------------------- Ohio State 9 Miami (OH) 2
At Bill Davis Stadium, Sheridan grad Josh Barerra made his seventh appearance, as number 24 Ohio State ups its record to 16-6.
A freshman southpaw, Barerra pitched three innings, and gave up two runs on two hits, while striking out one and walking one. On the year, Barerra is 1-0 with a 5.00 ERA, with 15 strikeouts and 15 walks. He has pitched 15 total innings.
High School Baseball Scores -------------------------- Coshocton 10 Zanesville 5
Zanesville leaves eight runners on base, and gives up two unearned runs, as Coshocton improves to 4-1 and the Blue Devils fall to 4-1.
In six innings of work, ZHS starter Alex Cultice allows eight hits and seven earned runs, while striking out four. Tanner Nelson, on the otherhand, got better run support behind similar pitching numbers. Nelson survives six and two-third...
High School Softball Scores ------------------------- John Glenn 7 Crooksville 0
Muskie junior pitcher Logan Hursey tosses a complete game two-hitter, while striking out 12 and walking none. The defending MVL champs improve to 5-0 overall and 2-0 within the league. Amy Graham and Hursey both lead the Muskies at the plate with a double each. _____________________________________
John Glenn's Todd Neptune earned a runner-up finish at the State Wrestling meet this winter. Now the senior is given a free ride for the work he's put in.
Tuesday, the three-time MVL champion commited to continue his athletic and academic career at Division II Limestone College, located in Gaffney, South Carolina. Neptune will attend the D-II school on full scholarship.
As a senior, Neptune wrestled his way to a 49-1 record in the 171 pound weight class, earning a second...
After three seasons, Kevin Krier has stepped down as the head coach of the Philo boy's basketball program.
Krier made the announcement official Tuesday morning at 10:30 a.m. when he informed his team that he would not be coaching next season. He will, however, maintain his job as a social studies teacher at the high school.
Tuesday night Krier told WHIZ that he stepped down for the betterment of the program, and has no regrets about his time with the boy's team. He also...