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All-Ohio Baseball Teams COLUMBUS, Ohio -The 2006 AII-Oh10 Hig!l School Baseball Teams as 'IOted by the Oh10 H1gh School Baseball Coaches AssoCiatiOn DMSIOIII

FlntTP-Ben Minard.lew1s CenterOientangy; Cory Marfin. Stow-Munroe Falls; Tom Popadak, Warren Harding_ c:-..td Glopolo, 5prloporo; Nick Karow. lew1s Center Otentangy. IB-CIInt Mahoney, Gar1ield Hts. IF-Kyte Sprague, Mansfield Madison; Cory Ruppert. Manstleld Mad1son; Jamel Scott Dublin Scioto. Darnell Young, Springfield N. Crisper, Mollr, Robbte Hall, Fremont Ross; Ryan Meade. lewis Center Olentangy; Andy Peyton, Spnngfield N UWDH-Andy Whewell. Whitehouse Anthony Wayne . ....,... of tho ,..-: Cory Ruppert, Mansfield MadiSOn. Colch Steve Uttle, lewiS Center Olentangy.

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P-eer,....,~ Billy Krtchen. M1am1sburg; Zacll._, Massillon Perry. C-Coumey Steele. Manstleld Mldioon; Ook - . IB-Jusnn Braund, Dublin SciotD; IF-T0111 Belza, Moolllr; RICk Ga~ns. North Royalton; Sam Mote. Mtamtsburg; Josh Rtvera. Amherst Steele. OF-Justin Ellsworth, Wooster; Greg Fenre«, Green; Aaron Opelt. Fremont Ross; James Wemle. Ha/rison. Utii/DH-Chns Doll<a, Thomas Worthington.

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FlntTP-Andy Oliver. Venm1hon; Chad Rogers, Cuyahoga Falls Walsh Jesu~; Chns Waldren. BellefonU11ne C-Brock Whiteman. New Concord John Glenn; Brad S~ll~ngs. Washington CH. IB-Kev~n Johnson. Willard IF-Lee Bambndge, Steubenvtlle: Joey Fratantomo. Chagnn Falls. Chas Lowe. Olmsted Falls; Logan Mets ler. Port ctmton OF-Tyler Blake. Newa~ llckmg Valley.- llownox, Turpin; Daryl Dotter. Cols. Wat terson: KuX Saltnskt. Sandusky Perkins Utli/DH-Aiex Monroe. Chargnn Falls Kenston . ....,... of the ,..-: Chad Rodge". Cuyahoga Falls Walsh Jesu1t. Coach of tho,_, Rob Sm1tll. Washington CH

SecondTP-Brennan Sm1tt1. Sandusky Perkms; Jason Fer rell. Cols. Wanersor. Brian Garman. Wapakoneta. CJosh Wierzba. Port Cl1nton: Kyle Mossbarger, Urbana. !B-Ene WilSOn. Washington CH. IF-Brett Tevepaugh. Chargm Falls Kenston: Josh Wallace. Bellefontaine, Bnan Delucia. Cols. Watterson. Tyler Penwell, Washmgton CH. Of~lay Lawrence, Olmsted Falls: Nate Hauck, Bellefontame. Lance .,..._, .... Bacon; Matt Chapon. Bay V1llage Bay UtJI/DH-Caleb Vorhees. Wapakoneta

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DIVISION Ill FlrstTeom P-Justln Lukes. Ne"W london: Enc Marzec. Cant Cent. Calh. Donme Sm1tt1. Johnstown-Mooroe CMarc Krauss. Hamler Patnck Henry; John Turk. Klrt land~ IB-M,chael lar, Cols. Ready. IF-TI'IIIIob no, Cln. Chrbtian; Corey Chaffins, New Lon don; Adam Erskme. Columb1a StatiOn Columbia. Jot Moms, Williamsport Westfall. OF-Greg Turk, Kirtland. Ben Ross. Beachwood: Kyle Robmson, Springfield NE.; Austin Fredenc1. Gal1on Northmor. Utii/DH-Anclf Puthoff. St. H""ry ....,... oflhl ,..-: Enc Ma~ec. Canton Cen. CaUl. Coach of tho,..-: Glen Mo"", New london

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SecondTP-Dan Hug!les. Sparta H1g!lland; lac Rlchar•1. Versa111es: Landon Good, Archbold. C-Jason Kulc, Cols. Ready: Trav1s Mclnervey. Coshocton. 18-Bnan HISCOl, Burton Berk..Sh1re. IF-Jake Sad1e. Cant Cer.t Cath.; Tyler Moore Crooksv1lle. Cody Lawhorn, Chl~­ cotheZane Trace: Kyle Stewart. Rootstown. OF-COitf·n Coy. Frankfort Adena: Ben Hammer, Bloomdale Elnwood: Dav1d Myers. Lucasv1lle Valley: Nathan Van V'eter, Crooksville Ubi/DH-Adam Zunnehly, Frankf,•rt Adena.

Localllanorlblo ........ Jarred Barker, Middletown Madison; Trace Norton. Read1ng DMSIOIIIV

FlntTP-Jacob Bernath. Stryker, Michael Meintol, Shadyside; M1chae1 Ta~or. Newar1< CaUl.; C-Cory Cormichael; Dahon; A. J. Ramthun, S Cha~eston SE. 'BCorey Seyfo". CtesU~ne. IF-Brad l11ucher, Morral ~ld­ gedale; lac Osborn. Greenw1ch S. Cent; A. J. Woals. S. Cha~eston SE; Brett Chfton, Spong_ Calll. Cent JFTravts Miller. Toronto; Adam Booze, Millersport; Ross GUJsmger. Kalida; M1ct1ael Harvey, Tiffin Cat¥ert..l1JI/ DH-Matt Struble. Edon . ....,... of tho ,..-: M1chael Taylor, Ne¥·ar1< CaUl. Coach of the,..-: Bnan Per1<ins. Toronto

SecondTP-Kevm Mann JackSOn Center: NICk Johnson. Delpos St. John·s. Ryan Hoffman, Kalida. C-T"BVIS Nye. New R1egel: Geoff Bowers, Columbus Grove 18Josh lhOis. New R1ege1 IF-Jared Ho~n& Ft. lorem~e; Tyler JackSOn, N leYto'ISburg Triad; J. Noms. Mo·lt'T)'Stown Whiteoak. M Bachert. Cols Tree of LJte. OF-J Hess. New an<. Cath .. M Parcher. GreenWich 5. Cent : B. Carter. DeGraff R1vers1de: B Aselage, Ft Lor.,mte. UWDH-M Gamby. Carey.


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ler). 5-1, 6-0; Geary (Princeton) d. Ransonette (lakota East) 6-0, 6-4; Wilson (Winton Woods) d. Femendez (Ross) 6-2, 6-4; Hall (Sycamore) d. Tepe (Kings) 6-3, 6-2; Relatores (i.Dveland) d. Emerson (Hamson) 6-1, 6-2; Allare (Kings) d. Weidman 6-0 6-0; Perry (Hamilton) d. Geary 7-6 (7-5), 6-2; Tomes (Talawanda) d. . Mills (Ross) 6-3, 7-5; Martin (Sycamore) d. Jarc (i.Dveland) 6-2,.6-2; Bunker (Milford) d. Butt (Talawanda) 6-0, 6-1; Hall (Mason) d. Wilson 6·0, 6-0; Kramer (Princeton) d. Hall 6-4, 6-0; Uppert (lakota West) d. Relatores 6-0, 6-1; Driscoll (Moeller) d. Conner (Hamson) 6-0, 6-0; Downs (Hamilton) d. Sokol sky (Kings) 6-3, 3-6, 7-5; Patrice (Mmord) d. Tumer (Mason) 6-3, 4-6, 6-1; Arozarena (lakota West) d. Ferchen (Princeton) 7-5, 6-3; Rogers (Milford) d. Shannon (Moeller) 6-0, 6-4. Second 1'11111111: Allare d. Perry 6-0, 6-0; Martin d. Tomes 6-2, 6-0; Hall d. Bunker 6-1, 6-2; Uppe~ d. Kramer 6-2, 6-0; Berry (Sycamore) d. Driscoll 6-3, 6-1; Kimmell (lakota East) d. Downs 6-1, 6-1; Broda (lakota West) d. Williams (Winton Woods) 6-3, 6-4; Streicker(loveland) d. Patrice 6-1, 6-2; Henron (Ross) d. Ahlers (Mason) 6-2, 6-3; Troche (Hamilton) d. Schilling (Talawanda) 6-l, 6-2; Arozarena d. lacey (Winton Woods) 6-1, 6-0; R. Hamning(lakota East) d. Rogers 6-3, 6-0. QulrtlorftMII:AIIare d. Martin 6-1, 6-2; Uppe~ d. Hall 5-4, 6-3; Berry d. Streicker 6-2, 6-1; Hamning d. Henon 6-3, 6-0.

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First round: Sachdeva-Walker (lakota West) d. Warders-Hininger (Hamson) 6-3, 6-1; Duffy-Calderhead (Milford) d. Brown-Gannamaraj (Kings) 6-3, 6-4; Heheman-l.uttertlie (Ross) d. Kinamore-Thomas (Winton Woods) 6-0, 6-0; Butt-Grey (Talawanda) d. Downs-Menche (11amilton) 3-6, 6-4, 7-6; P. Hamning-Siddiqui (lakota East) d. Caprio-Shahrestane (Mason) 6-1, 6-4; Lonergan-Weaver (Princeton) d. Wemery-Bums ·(Moeller) 6-1, 6-1; Peterson-Huezo (loveland) d. Homfeck-Jackson (Talawanda) 6-0, 6-1; Hemani-Hakala (Princeton) d. Sim-Girardot (lakota West) 7-6,4-6, 6-3; Pham-Eberhard (Mason) d. McHone-Schli1z (Winton Woods) 6-0, 6-0; SchneiderRogers (Milford) d. Owens-Sims (Hamson) 6-2, 6-2: Buehfer,Numrich (Moeller) d. laborie-Pitman (lakota East) 6-4, 6-4; Boers-Blankenship (Ross) d. Giii-Joos fHRmiltnn\ 6-1 S.C.


East·West all·star gives lifelong memories to locals '--2,-o,, By Kyle Burch Community Press Staff Writer

ONCINNATI - Madeira senior Jeff Moore has received his share of athletic accolades in his four years as part of the Mustangs athletic program. While most of those have come on the hardwood as a member of the Madeira basketball team, the recognition he received after being named to the East all-star baseball squad is going to be hard to top. Moore was one of the 30 players selected for inclusion on the East team, in the 2006 Great American East-West All Star Baseball Series. That series concluded June 14 with a 7-3WestwinatGreatAmerican Ballpark. "Basketball is always going to be my main sport, but it was great to get the honor of playing in these games," Moore said. "Getting on that field, with all of those other great players, that was big time. n Moore was selected to the squad after hitting .345 with six doubles and 25 RBI this past sea-

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son. The series was cut short because of bad weather after game one was stopped in the fifth inning and game two never even began. The series finale at Great Amer, ican Ballpark went off with a hitch, providing those playing in it a memory that will stick with them for a long time. Moore, who is planning on playing both basketball and baseball at UC-Qermont, started the game at shortstop for the East squad, but was unable to get an atbat in the Joss. Deer Park senior Johnny McHone also took part in the series after hitting .337 with six doubles and 15 RBI for the Wildcats this season. It didn't take long for McHone to realize the scope of the situation upon walking on the field. "Itwas awesome. As soon as we walked out on the field I knew that this was going to be something I'd remember for the rest of my life," McHone said.

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Moeller's Jason Cisper was the Crusaders lone representative In tHe 2006 Great American East· West All Star Baseball Series. •

McHone played two innings at shortstop for the East squad and was hit by a pitch in his only at-bat ofthegame. While he isn't playing baseball in college next fall, McHone says he couldn't think of a better way to finish his playing career. "It's a great way to end it," he said. Moeller senior Jason Cisper also finished his high school career by playing in the all star series. Cisper, who will be playing at Miami University in Oxford next fall, was selected to the team after hitting .377 with five doubles and seven stolen bases for the Cru-

saders. • Being the versatile player he t;. Cisper played in the outfield during the second inning and took tlie mound to pitch for the East sqmfd in the sixth. : The enjoyment of the game was highlighted by a Reds wib, which preceded the all-star seri~ finale. "It was pretty cool to be dOWn. there," Cisper said. "We were up in the stands watching Adam Dunn hit a walkoff home run to win the game and then an hour later we were p!aying on the same field.:: kburch@communitypress.~;~m

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Moeller uses walk as fuel in big inning Intentional pass sets up 7-run outburst By Jeff Wallner Enquirer contributor

Everyone agreed that Glen Este coach John Hatfield was making the right decision when he chose to intentionally walk Moeller's Alex Willuners to load the bases with one out in the fifth inning. "We were trying to get the double play," Hatfield said. "The game was still relatively close. We put him on, and they made us pay for it.'' Crusaders senior inett

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Cisper followed with a single to left. Tom Belza's RBI double scored Baltes and put runners on second and third. That set up the walk to Wlffiffiers and Robinett's smash. "It was a good baseban decision to walk him," said Cameron. 'Wunmers is a big RBI guy for us. The decision made baseball sense. Naturally, they would like to take it back." Moeller sent 11 batters to the plate in the fifth inning. 'The wheels just fell off for us defensively," Hatfield said. ''Gones) deserved a much better fate than that." Jones pitched 4~ innings for the Trojans, allowing nine runs on eight hits. He walked one and struck out three. Aggressive baserunning helped the Crusaders break a scoreless tie in the fourth inning. Belza reached on an infield single. Robinett was hit by a pitch. Moe11er attempte d a double-st eal and catcher Dan Gregory's throw Sailed past third base into left field allowing. Belza to score Moeller's first run. Robinett scored on a ground out to give the Crusaders a 2-0 lead. Wimmers began the game with three straight strikeouts and retired the first eight batters he faced. "We jUSt COUldn't get anything gom·g o'"ensi'vely," S";d Hatfield. ll' 'That's the best game thrown at us this season." . ]um'or]oey Mack's double m· the third inning waS the Only extra-base hit for Glen Este. "I felt real strong and well-rested,"Wimmers said. "I knew it was a big game. I just wanted to hit my spots and keep them off balance." tu

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Panthers still a power /-"-('¡!DC.

~ By Mark Schmelzer Enquirer contributor

Elder coach Mark Thompson's ~ction to his defending Division I state champion Panthers earning the top spot in the Enquirer Division I area coaches' poll was typical. "Dam," he said. "It's flattering that the other coaches think that highly of us, but it doesn't mean a thing. Our goal is to win the last game of the season. It'll be a feather in our cap, if we're still there." Thompson might have to deal with the loss for the season of left fielder Marty Kersting. The firstteam Greater Catholic League allstar suffered a possible tom labrum in his shoulder during the Panthers' Division I basketball regional championship loss March 18. 'We have three or four guys we can plug in there," Thompson said. "One thing that's fortunate is we do have a lot of depth, but you can't re-

place him." 2. MOEU.m: The Crusaders have five seniors but need their pitchers to step up and replace Eric Surkamp, whose 19-1 career record ineluded last season's 8-1 perlonnance. 3. ST. XAVIER: Enquirer first-team all-star outfielder Brad Brookbank hit .394 and stole 12 bases in 13 tries last season. 4. HAMILTON: Senior Brandon Bouley and junior Justin Schultheiss, both 3-0 last season, lead a deep pitching staff. 'We can go about six deep and not get hurt too bad," coach Dan Bowling said. "We don't have a lot of power, but I think we'll score a lot of runs." 5. PRINCE'ION: Craig Baker returns to the VIkings' pitching staff after missing last season's run to the state final four with a knee injury. Matt Weber, who started and left Princeton's state semifinal with a lead after six innings, also is back.

. 6. GLEN ES1E: The Trojans lost starters from last year's Fort Ancient Valley Conference Buckeye Division champion. They are counting on Buckeye Division first-team pitcher Josh Godfrey and secondteam shortstop Steve Adams. 7. lA SAll.E: Frrst-team all-GCL first baseman Tyler Sheehan returns. Junior left-bander Dave Middendorf is a Puma preseason AllAmerican. 8. LOVElAND: Indiana-bound pitcher Danny Rosenbaum was an FAVC Buckeye first-team all-star last season. "If we score five or six runs a game, we will be tough to beat," coach Ken Reed said. 9. lAKOTA WEST: Replacing coaches' first-team all-state catcher Josh Colliver is coach Bill Dreisbach's top priority. 10. OAK HILlS: Senior Joe Berling was 3-0 with a 2.24 ERA and hit.318 last season. Second baseman Brock Miller will be in his third season as a

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starter. "We will need to improve team-wise with hitting with men in scoring position," coach Chuck Laumann said.


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·Bobinski, Moeller romp past o·ak Hills ~~~o/ce:, Enquifer staff reports

Moeller junior pitcher Brian Bobinski threw a complete game to defeat Oak Hills 12-2 in a Cincinnati Division I district final Friday at Midland. Moeller (23-6) will play the winner of today's Elder-Springfield North game at'2 p.m. Friday at the University of Cincinnati. Bobinski improved to 6-1. Dan Burkhardt was 3-for-3 with two RBI and three runs scored, and Chris Baltes went 2for-4 with a double and two RBI for the Crusaders. Division Ill- Versailles defeated Reading 5-0 Friday for the district title.

sion Ill at Fairmont- Monroe defeated Deer Park Friday for the district title. · "It was a tough game and we knew it was going to be a battle going in," Monroe coach Keith Truesdell said. Junior Jordan Eastham, a right-l}anded pitch~r, has not allowed an earned run m the tournament.

few times throughout the game, but she buckled down each time," coach Paul Fernandez said. Ross will play either Greenville or Tipp City at 5 p.m. Thursday atClayton Northmont.

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Ross 8, .Bellbrook 0, D.ivislon II feated Kings' MattAllare 3-6, 6-4, at Miami University- Junior Anna 7-5 to win the singles title at the

Smith had 11 strikeouts and pitched her 17th shutout of the year to lead Ross to the district title.' Smith had to pitch out of trouble in the fourth inning with runners on first and third with no outs and again in the seventh inning with the bases loaded and Fast-pitch softball two outs. "She had som~ rough spots a Monroe 3, Deer Park 0, Divi·

Division I district tournament at Princeton .. St. Xavier's Patrick Bandy and Jonathan Gaffney won doubles as they defeated teammates John Drosick and Kris Mehan 6-3, 4-6, 6-2. The state tournament will be held at Ohio State University's Stickney Tennis Center May 2627. .r


• Atlantic Coast Conference teams are armed with local products By Colleen Kane .,,.. ' z_ y ': o ~

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Three of the area's top pitching products are playing in this week's .Atlantic Coast Conference Tournament in Jacksonville, Aa. The Enquirer caught up with the ACC locals:

Georgia Tech's David Duncan David Duncan hardly thinks about the $500,000 he doesn't have in his bank account That's how much money the New Richmond left-hander was offered · by three teams in the second round of Prov1ded photo last summer's Major League Baseball New Richmond grad David Duncan starts for Georgia Tech. amateur draft. Duncan and his family declined the offers, hoping for about Hunter, a member of Moeller's 2004 $150,000 more, and instead Duncan state championship team, attended the was drafted by Minnesota in the 14th . Southern Conference's Furman out of round. He opted to attend Georgia Tech, high school because he "wasn't good where he has moved into the starting ro" enough" to be recruited by his top choictation for Baseball America's 11th-ranked es. But the summer before his freshman Yellow Jackets. year of college, weight training and a "I have no regrets at all, • Duncan nutrition makeover helped him add 20 said. "I thought there would be some pounds and more speed on his fastball. here and there, but since I got on camHis stats last year as a freshman at Furpus, I haven't thought about it" , man eamed him a transfer this season Duncan made his first appearance for to Wake Forest, where coaches apTech on Feb. 15, an 11-9 win over Geor- preached him about leaving behind his gia State. A week later, he made his first starting role to close. start He has gone 7-2, the second-best "It seemed natural when (pitching record on his team, and is 5-1 in his last coach Chris Sinacori) introduced me to seven starts. In what he called an "upthe idea," Hunter said. "I have the type and-down" season, he has a· 5.48 ERA of arm that I can come back day after and has struck out 49. day and it doesn't stay sore. And presHe said he has fallen in love with sure situations are where I've always Provided photo; Jeffrey A. Camarati Tech's campus in the heart of Atlanta thrived." and has leamed some lessons he didn't Hunter was the only relief pitcher to Moeller graduate Eric Surkamp is get in high school or summer ball. be named first-team aii-ACC this season an important cog on North Car"The biggest thing has been consisand is on the watch list for the AII-Ameri- olina State's pitching staff. tency. You can't have it where one day ca team, the NCBWA Stopper of the Year you're great and the next day you won't award and the Clemens Award, given to N.C. State was influenced a little by be. You have to be focused every pitch," the top collegiate pitcher. He leads the Brackman, but more by the coaching staff. Surkamp has made 15 appearDuncan said. "Even when I pl~yed with ACC and is tied for fifth in the country Midland, there were four or five real good with 14 saves (in 15 opportunities). He ances this year and 10 starts, with. a 2-2 hitters and the others were decent. Now, leads the ACC and is second in the record and a 5.33 ERA. He said he'll probably pitch In relief to start the ACC every hitter I face is really good." country with a 1.36 ERA and is 12th in Fourth-seeded Georgia Tech faces the country with 11.4 strikeouts per nine Tournament N.C. State plays secondseeded North Carolina at 1 p.m. today. fifth-seeded Miami at 4 p.m. today. Dun- innings. ~It hasn't been too big a transition," can is likely to pitch Thursday or Friday, "There's not as much margin for erhe said. He's not worried about the high ror, • Hunter said of the switch. "You have Surkamp said. "The game's a lot faster, pressure that comes with postseason to be focused right away when you first and everyone can hit I've struggled with control problems a little. But I'm definitecollegiate baseball, nor is he worried come into the game.... But you get the ly excited and happy to be· out there." about his future. He tums 21 on June 1, knack of it pretty quickly." Brackman, who also plays for the 2007, and plans to re-enter the Ml.B Hunter could look to help the eighthWolfpack basketball team, made .only draft next summer, but he would retum seeded Demon Deacons today when seven appearances on the mound this to school if he felt he'd benefit from anthey take on top-seeded and season, with a 1-3 record and a 6.35 other collegiate season. third-ranked Clemson at 7 p.m. ERA. His last appearance came April 21. "If the price is right, I'll be leaving (in N.C. State's Eric Surkamp After that, the team reported he was out 2007)," Duncan said. "If not, I'll get anEric Surkamp might not be the name with an illness, and May 17 it announced other year here under my belt I'm not he was out for the season with a stress of the Moeller pitcher that immediately going to be in a hurry." • comes to mind when N.C. State is men- fracture in his left hip. An N.C. State Wake Forest's Ben Hunter team official said Brackman could have tioned. But because two-sport star Anpitched with the injury, but the staff was Before this season, Ben Hunter could drew Brackman, also of Moeller, has afraid he would overcompensate for the count only a few times he had pitched in missed most of the season because of the NCAA basketball tournament, illness weakness and injure his arm. a relief role. In the course of a few Brackman and Surkamp plan 'to play months, the sophomore right-hander has and now a stress fracture in his hip, Surtogether for the Orleans Cardinals in the kamp is the one seeing the action. become one of the top closers in colCape Cod League this summer. The freshman's decision to attend lege.

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Higb school baseball: Moeller 4, La Salle 1

Bobinski pitches Crusaders to win By Mark Schmetzer Enquirer contributor

Moeller's Brian Bobinski couldn't have picked a better time to pitch his best game of the season -at least to this point, anyway. The junior right-hander allowed three hits and one run in 5;.'; innings and got effective relief from classmate Alex Wunmers to help the Crusaders stay alive in the Greater Catholic League South Division race with a 4-1 win over La Salle at Crosley Field at the Blue Ash Sports Complex Wednesday. '1'his keeps us in s:ride in the (GCLS)," said Bobinski (4-1). "If we wanted to have any hope of winning the (GCLS), we had to win today," added coach Mike Cameron. "We control our own destiny, and that's where you want to be." Moeller (12-5), the No.4 team in The Enquirer Division I area coaches' poll, is ~2 in the GCLS. To~ranked Elder is 9-1 after defeating No.9 St Xavier 7-5 Wednesday. The third-ranked Lancers are 11-4 overall, 7-2 in the GCL "The GCL is tough," said La Salle coach Pat O'Connor, whose team is scheduled to play St Xavier Friday and at Elder Monday. Elder is scheduled to play at Moeller Friday and the Crusaders travel to St. Xavier Monday. Games against GCL ~orth Division teams also count in the standings. Moeller still must play Purcell Marian and Roger Bacon. Bobinski limited the middle third of La Salle's batting order to a combined 0-for-7 with two walks. "That was probably the best game I've pitched all year," he said. '1'his has been kind of an off year forme." His counterpart, La Salle junior left-bander Dave Middendorf (5-1), was almost as effective, but Moeller Greg Lonng for The Enqu~rer used three hits to capitalize on a walk and a wild pitch to score three Moeller's Alex Wlmmers drives in a runner f¡om third with a base hit. runs in the third inning. Wunmers He later came in as a relief pitcher. and seniors Chris Baltes and Bryan Robinett each had run-scoring singles in the inning. "La Salle loaded the bases in the sixth, but Wunmers came on to induce a sacrifice fly before striking out Karl Schlimm to end the threat Moeller, which had runners in scoring position with c-ne out in both the fourth and fifth without scoring, got the run back in the bottom of the sixth on sophomore Ross Oltorik's leadoff single, junior David Coma's sac bunt and junior Adam Stacy's run-scoring single. "We thought going into this year that we were going to struggle early while we identified our players' roles," Cameron said. "We felt by the time the tournament came around that we'd be a pretty good team." l,a$olle _ _ _ QOO

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Bobinski, Moeller romp past Oak Hills Enquirer staff reports

Moeller junior pitcher Brian Bobinski threw a complete game to defeat Oak Hills 12-2 in a Cincinnati Division I district final Friday at Midland. Moeller (23-6) will play the winner of today's Elder-Springfield North game at 2 p.m. Friday at the University of Cincinnati. Bobinski improved to 6-1. Dan Burkhardt was 3-for-3 with two RBI and three runs scored, and Chris Baltes went 2for-4 with a double and two RBI for the Crusaders. Division Ill- Versailles defeated Reading 5-0 Friday for the district title.

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sion Ill at Fairmont - Monroe defeated Deer Park Friday for the district title. "It was a tough game and we knew it was going to be a battle going in," Monroe coach Keith Truesdell said. Junior Jordan Eastham, a right-handed pitcher, has not allowed an earned run in the tournament. 路 Ross 8, Bellbrook 0, Division II at Miami University- Junior Anna Smith had 11 strikeouts and pitched her 17th shutout of the year to lead Ross to the district title. Smith had to pitch out of trouble in the fourth inning with runners on first and third with no outs and again in the seventh inning with the bases loaded and two outs. "She had some rough spots a

few times throughout the game, but she buckled down each time," coach Paul Fernandez said. Ross will play either Greenville or Tipp City at 5 p.m. Thursday at Clayton Northmont.

Boys' tennis Sycamore's Sandy Berry defeated Kings' MattAllare 3-6,6-4, 7-5 to win the singles title at the Division I district tournament at Princeton .. St. Xavier's Patrick Bandy and Jonathan Gaffney won doubles as they defeated teammates] ohn Drosick and Kris Mehan 6-3, 4-6, 6-2. The state tournament will be 路 held at Ohio State University's Stickney Tennis Center May 2627.


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Here are spring things to consider atching up with spring happenings, ·while still catching our breath from the winter season: • If there is an Ohio baseball · team better than Elder, we haven't seen it yet. The reigning Division I state champion Panthers at this writing are 11-0 this year and 39-1 over the past two seasons,· and ranked No. 25 nationally by SchoolSports magazine. Coach .--=--, Mark Thompson said assistant coaches Phil Brown and Tony Hesketh deserve kudos. Brown has had three sons play at Elder. "I know we would not Tom have had the success we've had without Groeschen Phil's efforts," Thompson said. • Rob Heise, girls' basketball coach at McNicholas, is now interim athletic director at the school Dave Boettger, the longtime McNick AD, stepped down last week. Heise might become the full-time AD next season but hopes to keep coaching his hoop team. McNick was 20-4 last season, and Heise's eight-year head coaching career includes a D-II state title in 2001. • The Castner brothers are a force, as usual, as softball head coaches. Keith (Lakota West) has the area's No. 1-ranked Division I team, Brian (Mason) has the No. 4 team, and Steve (Lakota East) is just outside the Enquirer top 10. Lakota West is ranked No. 25 nationally by Student Sports magazine. • The Wmton Woods boys' track team is. excelling despite not having a track. The Warriors' strong spring includes a recent victory at the FAVC Relays. Troy Everhart, theWmton Woods football coach, says track coaches Ron Wright and Tony Boyd are doing "an incredible job." Says Everhart, 'The kids are running around the parking lot, and boarding a bus two days a week to use Fairfield's track." •Joe and John Hoard, senior twins and mainstays on the Elder tennis team, are sons of former FOX19 sports anchor Greg Hoard. Greg Hoard also is a former Enquirer and Post sports reporter. • Jason Cis~r, Moeller senior base6lm oG:tli'eta'ei"/pitcher, is featured on the cover of SchoolSports magazine for April. Cisper, signed with Miami University for next year, is ambidextrous but mainly plays left-handed for the Crusaders. He is hitting .387 with a 1-0

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Young team finishes second in city after loss to Elder By Kyle Burch Community Press Staff Writer

KENWOOD- Most of the time when a coach describes a teain as being young the description brings with it an undertone of that team not having success. That wasn't the case for the 2006 Moeller baseball team. Beginning the 2006 season, head coach Mike Cameron labeled his team as very young and hoped that they could mature enough to be playing well heading into postseason play. Well, the Crusaders postseason play concluded last week, but only after Moeller posted a 23-6 record during the regular season and finished second in the city's Division I poll. The one obstacle the "young" Crusaders team couldn't overcome was the Elder Panthers, who knocked off Moeller 8-1 in the regional semifinals. 'We didn't do a very good job of figuring out (Mike) Nastold," said Cameron, of the Elder pitcher. "He beat us 1-0 during the regular season and once again we couldn't figure him out." The defeat was the third this season suffered at the hands of Elder, and despite the seven-run difference the game was much closer. Moeller trailed by just three runs before the Panthers struck for four runs in the top 'Of the seventh

inning. So with the loss, Cameron and the Crusaders will take the year of success and turn it into a valuable learning tool for the younger players on the team. · "We were hoping that come ·.tournament time we would end up being a pretty good team," Cameron said. "I think that 1\appened." Among the players who will be KYLE BURCH/COMMUNITY PRESS STAFF hard to replace for Moellernext sea- Moeller and junior Alex Wimmers (above) were unable to overcome son is centerfielder Jason Cisper. Elder in 2006 losing three times to the Panthers, the last a regional According to Cameron, Cisper semifinal defeat that ended the CrUJSaders season. finished his career among .. I think with the strong junior class and the sophomores we have junior varsity the top-10 · 'II" · xt D f · lu 'Ill squad which took coming up HaVe amce group ne year. eenstve.y we ose first-place honors career leaders at Moeller in some guys, but we have· some who are ready to step up:' in the GCL-South M C · and won 19. hits, at-bats, batting averIKE AMfRON straight games to MOELLER HEAD COACH end its season at age, RBI and runs scored. 22-13. Other seniors who will be hard long list of steady contributors "I think with the strong junior to replace for Cameron will be; starting with pitchers Alex Wun- . classandthesophomoreswehave Willy Balbach, Chris Baltes and mers, Brian Bobinski and Ross coming up we'll have a nice group Bryan Robinett. Oltorik. Those three combined to next year," said Cameron about "Our senior class was a great go 16-4 on the mound this season. next season which will be his 40th group of kids," Cameron said. Also returning will be shortstop on the bench for the Crusaders. "Their spirits and their ability to Tom Belza, first baseman David "Defensively we'll lose some accept their roles were outstand- · Coma, catcher Dan Burkhart and guys, but we have some who are ing. They made us a better team outfielders Jeff Wilson and Adam ready to step up." because of their positive atti- Stacy. kburch@communitypress.com tudes." The Crusaders will also benefit 576-8255 Returning for the Crusaders is a from an influx of players from the

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The senior went 6-1, 1.7 4, and hit .333 with 20 runs scored, six doubles, two triples, three homers and 37 RBI. He led Kings to its first Division I district championship.

The senior out. ftelder hit .386 with a .480 on-base percentage. He had 40 runs scored, six doubles, two triples, two home runs, 25 RBI and 15 stolen bases.

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The sophomore outfielder hit .44 7 With 10 doubles, one triple, 24 runs scored, 16 stolen bases and 21 RBI.

The senior pitcher was 9-2 with a 2.80 ERA, with 85 strikeouts in 75 innings. He also hit .311 and was SOPL American player of the year.

The senior outfielder hit .418 with 27 runs scored, seven doubles, three triples, one homer, four steals and a .458 on-base percentage.

The junior outfielder hit .352 with 22 runs scored, six doubles, two triples, one homer, 20 RBI and eight stolen bases.

The senior went 5-3 with a 2.13 ERA and one save. He had 69 strikeouts in 62 innings and led the Firebirds to the district finals.

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The junior · shortstop hit .382 wit~ 22 runs scored, seven doubles, one triple, one homer, seven steals and 25 RBI as Hamilton reached the sectional finals.

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HONORABLE MENTION Aiken -Gavin Mathis, AI Williams; Amelia- Zack iVeyant, Eric Rothman, Chris Berndt; Anderson- Tony Methews, T.C. Wethington, Matt Shingleton, Jay Brokamp, Josh Jeffrey; Coteraill -Derick TabOr, Brent Wethington; EdgewoOd- Dustin Taggart, Michael Johnson. Jason Edwards; Elder- nm Tepe, Brett Hofmsnn, Marty KerstJng, Matt Klausing, Pat Williams, Bryan Earley; Fairlie~- Aaron Revel; Glen Este- Jarred Jones, Josh Godfrey; Hamilton- Jason Gray, Jay Wetstoget, Jusun Rice, Adam LBtulippe; Hamson- T~er Pete~>, Troy Fette, Daniel Robben; Hughes- Jamal Davis; Kings- Cramer Dethy, Mike Mitchell. Derek Reese, Josh Smith; LBkota East- Colt Cattani, Ben Prewitt. Dave Geise, Nate Kautz; lakota West- Brad Gschwind, Dane Aennlng. Dustin Huff; La Salle- Matt Aamm, Curtis Blank, Dave MiddendOrf, Steve Schwettmann, Tyter Sheehan; lebanon- Clint Day, Adam Tucker; loveland -Greg Riesenberg, Taylor Russell, Patrick Grant. Max Whiteside; Mason- Josh Murphy, Chase Conn,

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Everyone agreed that Glen Este coach John Hatfield was making the right decision when he chose to intentionally walk Moeller's Alex Wimmers to load the bases with one out in the fifth inning. "We were trying to get the double play," Hatfield said. "The game was still relatively close. We put him on, and they made us pay for it." Crusaders senior Bryan Robinett followed with a grand-slam . home run on the first pitch from Trojans starter Jared Jones that gave Moeller a 9-0 victory in a sectional final game played Saturday at Midland. The Crusaders, ranked No.2 in The Enquirer Division I area coaches' poll, advance to the district final against Monday's Colerain-Oak Hills winner at 4:30 p.m. Thursday at Midland. Wllllmers pitched seven hmings allowing just three hits, walked one and struck out 10. 'This is two starts in a row that he's been dominant," said Moeller coach Mike Cameron. "His command of his pitches was outstanding today." The Crusaders were leading 3-0 with runners on second and third and one out in the fifth inning when Jones fell behind 2-0 to Wllllffiers. Hatfield chose to intentionally walk the Moeller junior and pitch to Robinett. "I was looking for a fastball," Robinett said. "I thought it was just a long fly ball at first. I just wanted a sacrifice fly, but it kept carrying." Glen Este committed three errors, including one that helped jump start Moeller's seven-run fifth inning. Chris Baltes reach based on a throwing error with one out. Jason

Cisper followed with a single to left. Tom Belza's RBI double scored Baltes and put runners on second and third. That set up the walk to Wllllffiers and Robinett's smash. "It was a good baseball decision to walk him," said Cameron. "Wimmers is a big RBI guy for us. The decision made baseball sense. Naturally, they would like to take it back." Moeller sent 11 batters to the plate in the fifth inning. 'The wheels just fell off for us defensively," Hatfield said. "Gones) deserved a much better fate than that." Jones pitched 4~ innings for the Trojans, allowing nine runs on eight hits. He walked one and struck out three. Aggressive baserunning helped the Crusaders break a scoreless tie in the fourth inning. Belza reached on an infield single. Robinett was hit by a pitch. Moeller attempted a double-steal and catcher Dan Gregory's throw sailed past third base into left field¡ allowing Belza to score Moeller's first run. Robinett scored on a ground out to give the Crusaders a 2-0 lead. Wimmers began the gaine with three straight strikeouts and retired the first eight batters he faced. 'We just couldn't get anything going offensively," said Hatfield. 'That's the best game thrown at us this season." Junior Joey Mack's double in the third inning was the only extra-base hit for Glen Este. "I felt real strong and well-rested," Wimmers said. "I knew it was a big game. I just wanted to hit my spots and keep them off balance."

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Moeller junior pitcher Brian Bobinski threw a complete game to defeat Oak Hills 12-2 in a Cincinnati Division I district final Friday at Midland. Moeller (23-6) will play the winner of today's Elder-Springfield North game at 2 p.m. Friday at the University of Cincinnati. Bobinski improved to 6-1. Dan Burkhardt was 3-for-3 with two RBI and three runs scored, and Chris Baltes went 2for-4 with a double and two RBI for the Crusaders. Division Ill- Versailles defeated Reading 5-0 Friday for the district title.

Fast-pitch softball Monroe 3, Deer Park 0, Divi-

sion Ill at Fairmont- Monroe defeated Deer Park Friday for the district title. "It was a tough game and we knew it was going to be a battle . going in," Monroe coach Keith Truesdell said. Junior Jordan Eastham, a right-handed pitcher, has not allowed an earned run in the tournament. Ross 8, Bellbrook 0, Division II at Miami University-Junior Anna Smith had 11 strikeouts and pitched her 17th shutout of the year to lead Ross to the district title. Smith had to pitch out of trouble in the fourth inning with runners on first and third with no outs and again in the seventh in:~go::!~ the bases loaded and

few times throughout the game, but she buckled down each time," coach Paul Fernandez said. Ross will play either Greenville or Tipp City at 5 p.m. Thursday at Clayton Northmont.

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Sycamore's Sandy Berry defeated Kings' MattAllare 3-6,6-4, 7-5 to win the singles title at the DiVision I district tournament at Princeton .. St. Xavier's Patrick Bandy and Jonathan Gaffney won doubles as they defeated teammates John Drosick and Kris Mehan 6-3, 4;-6, 6-2. The state tournament will be held at Ohio State University's Stickney Tennis Center May 2(). "She had some rough spots a 27.


Elder victory~sets up showdown with Moeller By Tom Groeschen Enquirer staff writer

Elder players barely flinched Saturday as they stared at a 2-0 deficit after three innings. The Panthers responded with a seven-run fourth inning and went on to beat underdog Springfield North 7-3 in a Division I district baseball championship game, before a standing-room-only crowd at Midland Field in Amelia. Elder senior third baseman Chris Fishburn swung the big

lnside/CS • Mason wins its first Division I district baseball title. • Lakota West and Lakota East win Division I district softball championships. • Goshen rules on track. stick as Elder sent 12 men to the plate in the fourth inning. Fishburn, the team's top hitter with a .446 average, had two hits in the inning, including a two-run single. "We've been down a couple

of times this year, but we're not used to it," Fishburn said. "We knew two runs wasn't going to win it, and it seems like we always come up with a big inning." Elder (26-3), the reigning Division I state champion, advances to the regional semifinals against Greater Catholic League South rival Moeller (23-6) at 2 p.m. Friday at the University of Cincinnati. Elder beat Moeller 4-1 and 1-0 in regular-season games. See ELDER, Page CS

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Elder's Chris Ashburn had two hits and two RBI in the Panthers' seven-run fourth inning Saturday.

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Elder and Moeller finished 1-2 in the final Enquirer Division I coaches' poll of the regular season. Elder was ranked No. 2 and Moeller No. 10 in the final state pol;. "We thought we were the two best teams all year," Elder coach Mark Thompson said. "It should be a great game, but I'm not looking forward to playing them agam." Elder probably will throw wphomore right-hander Mike Nastold against Moeller, Thompson said. Nastold (7-0) went four innings to .{et the win Saturday. He struck out eight and allowed four hits, and senior right-hander Matt Klausing finished with three hitless innings to get a save. Nastold allowed all three runs Saturday, but only one run was earned, as two Elder-errors helped 'Jsher in North's first two runs. The hard-throwing Nastold was clocked as high as 91 mph on the ndargun. North (23-5), ranked No. 9 in the state, admittedly had not faced a team of Elder's caliber. That said, North felt confident with a 2-0 lead after three innings. ~one bad inning, and they came through with some big hits," North coa•~h Mark Stoll said. "We had heard all week that Elder doesn't beat themselves, but they showed early that they were just high school kids too. Butgivethemcredit- tl:ey didn't get rattled and they came back."

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Fishburn started the big fourth with a single off losing pitcher Mitch Monke (5-4), a sophomore left-bander. Monke eventually walked four batters and allowed four hits in the inning before being knocked out of the game. Besides the fourth inning, Elder had only four men reach base. But once the seven spot went up, the game essentially was over. "We got some big two-out hits," Thompson said. "We've been doing that a lot lately." Fishburn drove in two runs in fue fourth, while Marty Kersting !sacrifice flY), Quinn Currin (single), Pat Williams (sacrifice fly), Ben Wtlliams (single) and Tim Tepe (double) each knocked in a

run. Elder also showed its pitching depth in the person of Klausing, who threw a three-hitter in a 3-0 victory over Toledo Start in last year's state championship game. The Panthers' team ERA is just more than a run per game. The Elder-Moeller winner will advance to the regional final Saturday at UC against Kings or Miamisburg. The regional champion then qualifies for the two-game state tournament at Columbus' Cooper Stadium beginning June 2. Elder ... Spnngf eld

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Top-ranked Panthers dominate Moeller By Tom Groeschen Enquirer staff writer

Elder had heard the whispers. This was one the Panthers might lose. Turns out, it wasn't even close. Elder and sophomore right-hander Mike Nastold handed Moeller an 8·1 defeat in a Division I regional semifinal baseball game Friday at the University of Cincinnati, in a game expected to be much closer. "We were psyched," said Marty Kersting, an Elder senior outfielder who was 2-for-3 with a double and an RBI. "Coach (Mark Thompson) started talking to us about this one last Saturday."

lnside/CS • CHCA falls in Division Ill baseball, as Sparta Highland gets revenge. • Hamilton defeats Lakota East, sets up meeting with Fairfield for Division I softball state final four. • Mason girls win Division I track regional title. • Havens, Herrlinger could meet for state tennis crown.

state champions (Moeller 2004, Elder 2005), and there was a state-title atmosphere at UC's Marge Schott Stadium. Tournament officials estimated the crowd at 2,100, a hefty figure for a high school baseball game. Nastold (8-0) struck out The Enquirer;Sarah Conard seven in six innings, and designated hitter Jeff Elder's Robb Thompson swoops in to field a ball in the Brinck (3-for-4, two douseventh inning of Elder's 8-1 victory Friday. bles, RBD led an offense Elder (27-3) and Moeller quirer Division I area that produced 13 hits. (23-7) finished Nos. 1-2, re- coaches' poll. The game See ELDER, Page C8 spectively, in the final En- matched the last two D-I


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Kings can't stand heat of Kitchen in 5-lloss By Tom Groeschen Enquirer staff writer

The string ran out on Kings' great baseball tournament run Friday, and it took one of Ohio's best high school pitchers to do it Kings lost 5-1 to Miamisburg and senior right-hander Billy Kitchen (12-0), who is headed to Indiana University next season. Kitchen had a no-hitter through 4'/ innings and allowed only three hits overall, as Miamisburg won the Division I regional semifinal matchup at UC's Marge Schott Stadium. Kings (19-11), which last week won its first Division I district championship, still was battling as it trailed 5-0 entering the bottom of the seventh inning. The Knights had two hits in the inning, including an RBI double by Dustin Klum that plated Kings' only run. But Kitchen, whose fastball approaches 90 mph, ended things without further damage. 'There aren't very many games that we've been out of, because our kids play so hard," Kings coach Matt Middleton said. "You go against a guy throwing in the high 80s and low 90s, it's tough. But we had our opportunities." Kings was led this year by senior pitcher Jeff Pope, who is headed to Ohio ~orthem next season. Pope (6-1) took his first loss of the season Friday. "We're maybe not a great team, but we had a bunch of guys that love to play," Middleton said. "In 30 games, I never had to question their effort" Miamisburg, unranked in the D-I state poll, plays No.2 stateranked Elder in a regional final at 2 p.m. today at UC. The winner advances to the state tournament semifinals at Columbus' Cooper Stadium next Friday. Elder beat ~1iamisburg 13-3 in a regular-season game in early April. "We just have to go out and play our game," said Miamisburg coach Keith Robinson. •.~ --;~.:=~7!::·"~".

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Elder began mental preparations shortly after beating Springfield North in last Saturday's district final, Kersting said. "Coach said, 'OK, six more days until Moeller,' " Kersting said. "'Then two days ago he said, 'Only 48 hours now.' Moeller is all we thought about all week." Elder beat Moeller 4-1 and 1-0 in their two Greater Catholic League South meetings this spring. Elder is No.2 in the state poll and MoellerisNo.lO. Elder is rated No.l7 nationally by Student Sports, a prep Web site. "We just wanted to come out and be aggressive with the bats," Thompson said. "One through nine, we got some key base hits, and ~1ike (Nastold) didn't give them much." Elder got ahead 2-0 in the second inning on a two-run single by Pat Williams. Moeller answered with a solo home run from Bryan Robinett in the bottom of the second to make it 2-1, but that was ali Nastold allowed. ~astold's fastball again was docked in the 90

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game advances to the state tournament semifinals at Columbus' Cooper Stadium next Friday. Elder took a 4-1lead through six innings, with Moeller junior right-hander Alex Wimmers (5-3) leaving at that point. Elder broke it open with four runs in the seventh off Moeller relievers Ross O!torik and Willy Balbach. Nastold, who has <·merged as Elder's ace in his first varsity season, said he felt some nervousm•ss that quickly disappeared when the game started. ''I've got a lot of confidence in my team." Nastold said. Mit's a big Elder coach Mark ThomjlSlln relief to get this one, because we know how good Moeller is." Thompson said srnior rightmph range, which is bi!;·league hander Matt Klausing probably caliber. will start for Elder today, with se"I don't think we figured out nior right-hander Hrya_n Earley Nastold," Moeller coac~1 Mike a!;;o c:vaila blr. Cameron said. "We werm't get.. UlC ting good swings at it, a."ld tht•n ' they got thdr bats going. They'll ;.;' .. ";J '" ;: 1 be tough to beat." 1"~' ,~ <·' Elder will play Miamh;'tlurg in ~;: -..:-:.~·~:·./ ~~; the regional final at 2 p.m. today 2 ;? at UC. Elder beat ~1ianisburg · · ______ ,_ --- -- - 13-3 in a regular-season g-ame in E-mail tgrocsc/mzeiJe1zquirer.com early April. The winner oftoday's ('}~


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Loss le~_aves Purple dazed No repeat for Panthers By T• Greesdtea Enq11irer staff writer

Elder baseball fans already were booking hotel resetvations for next weekend's state playoffs in Columbus, and it was hard to blame them. The Panthers, after all, were reigiling Division I state champions and favored to rout Miamisburg in the Division I regional final Saturday. Instead, Miamisburg stunned Elder 9-2 before about 1,500 fans at the University of Cincinnati's Marge Schott Stadium. Elder (27-4), ranked No . 2inthisyear'sstatepoll, lost to an obviously underrated Miamisburg team (also 27-4) that was unranked. ' . The Enquirer/Tony Jones "It's one of the bigger Elder's Jeff Brlnck slides safely into second base as Miamisburg's Sam Mote catches the throw Saturday. wins in school history, to beat a program of Elder's key player on last year's caliber," said Miamisburg team, aclmowledged that coach Keith Robinson, who . losing was hard to take. Elgot tbe customary Gatorade der had a 55-5 composite reshower from his players af cord over the past two sea-· terward. sons, including the Miamisburg is the first program's 12th state title Cincinnati athletes pulled Dayton-area school to reach last year. off what the Ohio High the D-l state baseball semifi"We weren't expecting to School Athletic Association nals since 1990, as Cincin- lose today," Tepe said quietsaid is a first- a clean nati schools typically domi- ly. "We didn't make the sweep of the singles and nate the Southwest district plays, and they made them." doubles in both Division I and regional tournaments. Elder throttled Greater and Division II. Elder players remained Catholic League South rival Chris Heminger (left) of in their dugout for about 20 Moeller &1 ill. Friday's reCincinnati Country Day (DII) minutes afterward. A few gional semifinals, and most players wiped away tears, obsetvers :figured tlie · and Kings' Matt Allare (DI) while others sat silently with Panthers could not lose to a won singles titles. heads ·bowed. Panthers Miamisburg program that St. Xavier's Patrick Bandy coach Mark Thompson con- last reached the state tourand Jonathan Gaffney (DI) soled his players with a brief nament in 1969. and Indian Hill's Vlnod Mapostgame talk. "Baseball is different evhalingam aod Devin McCar"Our guys had a heck of a ery day," 'fepe said. "We thy claimed doubles crowns. run," Thompson said. "'bis were ready (l) play. We just In fast-pitch softball, is my 17th' year here; and couldn't co~ r(> with that Lakota West aod Hamilton this is the hardest-:worki,ng one bighitorQlatone big ineach won to advance to the group rve ever h~" r. ning." .• . . . Division I final four. 11m Tepe, Elder senjor COVERAGE, C12-l3 The Columbus Dispetch/Neai C. l.lluroo second baseman· and alsO a , See .ELDER, Page_ C12

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Two Elder errors opened the door fer Miamisburg late. With the game tied 2-2 entering the sixth inning, an Elder error Jed t:> four Miamisburg runs. Miamisburg tacked on three more runs in the se,•enth inning, aided by anc.ther Panthers error. Eldu senior Bryan Earley (6-2) took the Joss in relief of starter Matt ~Jausing, who allowed two runs in three innings. Earley went 2~'· innings, then Robb Thompson, the coach's son, finished up. MarK Thompson deflected any blame to himself. 'This one's on me," he said. "I don't bow if we had a letdown after a big, emotional win over Moeller. We just weren't sharp all around. but Miamisburg did a great job. Their pitchers came at us and they hit the ball." Miamisburg senior ·right-hander Bred Clark (7-3), a side-armer, allowed only five hits and fanned three. Senior right-hander Billy Kitchen, a flamethrower (90 mph) headed to Indiana University next season threw two innings of scoreless relief after a completegame ¥'in (5-1) over Kings on Friday.

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Surkamp allowed four runs in four innings, allowing two-run homers to Leesman and Chris Fishbum. He entered the game with a 1.32 ERA. "I've had better days," Surkamp said. With Surkamp out, Elder poured it on. The Panthers went up 9-1 through six innings, including another home run (solo) by Ben Wittwer. Moeller scored three runs against Elder reliever Robb Thompson in the seventh inning, but the Panthers were never in serious trouble. The crowd, numbed by the cold afternoon/evening affair, had dwindled considerably by ' game's end. Moeller coach Mike Cameron lamented some missed opportunities. The Crusaders loaded the bases with one out in the third inning but failed to score, and stranded seven runners through the first four innings. "We didn't make enough quality pitches, and we didn't get runners in when we had opportunities," Cameron said. "You can't do that against a good team. Hopefully we learned something from it." And file this one away: These two teams potentially could meet in the state finals. The recent tournament draw shows that Elder could go through the Columbus regional and Moeller will stay in Cincinnati, with a potential state finals matchup. 'There was a scenario where we could have faced Surkamp in the district finals," Thompson said. 'To be honest, I didn't want to do that. We11 see where it leads us." Said Leesman: 'That's all a long way off. We11 just try to keep going, knocking them off one by one." 010 3 -4 9 3 232 X -8 10 3 WP -leesman (3.0, 10 Ks), LP- Surkamp (6-1, 6 Ks). Hitting leaders: M - Davis 2-4; Kemme 2-4; Murphy RBI; Mock RBI; Baltes 2B, 2RBI; E- Wittwer HR, RBI; LaGreca 2-3, 2B, 3 R; leesman HR, 2RBI; Tepe RBI; Hall RBI; Fishburn 2-4, HR, 3RBI, 2 R; Brown 2-3, 2B, RBL Records: M 14-3 (8-2 GCL-S), E16-0 (9.0),

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lSU CINCINNATI WARRIORS The 15U CinCinnati Warriors finished their season 28-10, winning t!Je south and north divisions of the SWOL American League. They finished second in the Southeast Regional World Series Qualifier and advanced to place third in the CABA World Series in St. Clair Shores, Mich., in the open division. Team memProvided photo bers are: Nick Aylward (Anderson), Brian Baird (Mariemont), lack Kier (Western), Kenny McGee (Anderson), Jon McHale (St. Xavier), Davey Moreton (Mariemont}, Jon Powell (Moeller), J.R. Reynolds (Moeller), Turp Ricketts (Mariemont), Bryan Sallee (Anderson}, Justin Shelton (Anderson), Danny Watkins (Anderson). Coaches are: Tom Ricketts, Jay Salâ&#x20AC;˘ lee and We"dell Shelton.


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HIGH SCHOOLS

state championships • Baseball: June 2-5, Cooper Stadium, Columbus • Softball: June 4, Brookside Pari<, Ashland

SPRING SEASON PREVIEWS AND MORE

Division I baseball\ Defending state champs ranked No. 1

Divisions II-IV baseball

Despite losses, Rockets No. 1 By Mark Schmetzer Enq~<irer contributor

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Elder players (front, from left) Robb Thompson and Tim Tepe and (back, from left) Matt Klausing, Jeff Brinck and Chris Fishburn are part of a deep Panthers squad that received 11 first-place votes in the Enquirer Division I area coaches· poll.

Panthers still a power By lark Schmetzer Et~q~<irer

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Elder coach Mark Thompson's reaction to his defending Division I state champion Panthers eambg the top spot in the Enquirer DivisiJn I area coaches' poll was typical. "Damt he said. "It's flatterbg that the other ccaches think that highly of us, but .t doesn't mear. a thing. Our goal is to win the last game of the season. It'll be a featl:er in our cap, if we're still there." Thompson mi(ht have to deal v.ith the loss for the season of left fielder Marty Kersting. The firstteam Greater Catholic League a1J.. S!ar suffered a possible tom labrum in his shoulder during the Panthers' Division I basketball regional championship loss March 18. "We have three or four guys we can ,Plug in there,~ Thompson said. "One thing that's fortunate is we do have a lot of depth, but you can't re-

place him." 2. MOEllER: The Crusaders have five seniors but need their pitchers to step up and replace Eric Surkamp, whose 1.9-1 career record included last season's 8-1 performance. 3. ST. XAVIEH: Enquirer first-team all-star outfielder Brad Brookbank hit .394 and stole 12 bases in 13 tries last season. 4. HAMILTON: Senior Brandon Bouley and junior Justin Schult· heiss, both 3-0 last season, lead a deep pitching staff. "We can go about six deep and not get hurt too bad," coach Dan Bowling said "We don't have a lot of power, but I think we11 score a lot of runs." 5; PRINCETON: Craig Baker returns to the VIkings' pitching stiff after missing last season's run to the state final four with a knee injury. Matt Weber, who started and left Princeton's state semifinal with a lead after six innings, also is back.

6. GLEN ESm The Trojans lost six starters from last year's Fort An· cient Valley Conference Buckeye Division champion. They are counting on Buckeye Division first-team pitcher Josh Godfrey and secondteam shortstop Steve Adams. 7. LA SAl.Lf: First-team all-GCL first baseman Tyler Sheehan returns. Junior left·hander Dave Middendorf is a Puma preseason AJl. American. 8. 1.01/ELAM): Indiana-bound pitcher Danny Rosenbaum was an FAVC Buckeye first-team all-star last season. "If we score five or six runs a game, we will be tough to beat," coach Ken Reed said. 9. LAKOTA WEST: Replacing coaches' first-team all-state catcher Josh Colliver is coach Bill Dreisbach's top priority. 10. OM Hll.LS: Senior Joe Berling was 3-0 with a 2.24 ERA and hit .318 last season Second baseman Brock Miller will be in his third season as a

Coaches' poll (Rrst·place votes In parentheses) Team Votes 135 (11) 1. Elder 2. Moeller 1l5 (3) 3. St. xavier 113 (1) 4. Hamilton 87 5. Princeton 73 6. Glen Este 64 40 7. La Salle 8. loveland 37. 9. Lakota West 36 10. OakHills

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Kings 4. starter. ''We will need to improve team-wise with hitting with men in scoring position," coach Chuck Lau· mann said.

Parity reigns on the smaller· school baseball scene. Thirty-three schools received at least one vote in the Enquirer Divi· sions ll-IV coaches' poll. "I think the best way to define the season is it's wide open for a lot of teams," said McNicholas coach WJ!.. !y Corbett, whose team is ranked No.1. "That surprises me, because we lost 13 seniors," Corbett said. The Rockets lost catcher/third baseman/pitcher Jake Oester, a four-year starter, and catcher Greg Feldkamp, a three-year starter. But Enquirer first-team all-star Drew Schmidt returns to play shortstop after hitting .461 as the Rockets' second baseman last season. 2. BADitt Graduation cost the Di· vision n state runner-up Rams their entire starting infield and three start· ing pitchers. Right-hander Jake Staff, a 6-foot-5 junior, has potential. 3. CHCA: If junior shortstop Trae Balzano can approach his .523 hit· ting performance of last season, he will help make up for the loss of En· quirer first-team all-stars Chris Hatfield and Ben Hoyer. Significant new· comers include sophomore left-bander David Myers and sophomore Andy O'Neill, son of former Reds outfielder Paul O'Neill. 4. TURPIN: Senior Jay Russell and sophomore Ryan Martin should help make up for the ~eparture of David Pinney, who went 10.0 last season. Outfielder Matt Bowersox, a Cardinal Division first-team all-star last season, and second-team catcher Tun Stickley lead the Spartans. S. ROSS: Catcher Shea Harry returns after sharing last season's FAVC Cardinal Division co-Player of the Year award, but the Rams lost their three top pitchers. 6. hBY RICHMOND: Enquirer Divi· sions ll-IV Player of the Year David Duncan now is pitching for Georgia Tech, and coach Brian Benzinger is counting on sophomore Jacob WJl.. son to help make U!}the difference. Enquirer first-team outfielder Eric McMonigle returns after hitting .514. 7. WYOMING: Junior Jon Edgington anchors the infield. He and senior James Hom both were first· team all-league picks last season.

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Coaches' poll (Rrst-place votes In parentheses) Team Votes 1. McNicholas 90 (3) 2. Badin 84 (5) 3. CHCA 83 (4) 4. Turpin 00 (1) 5.

Ross

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6. New Richmond 54 7. Wyoming 51 8. Reading 47 9. Madeira 42 10. Roger Bacon 39 Also receMng votes: Summit 29, Purcell Marian 27, CNE 24 (1), CCD 23, Taylor 17, Mariemont 14, Indian Hill12, Lockland 8, Uttle Miami 7, Seven Hills 7, Batavia, 6 Edgewood 6, St. Bernard 6, Deer Pari< 5, Westem Brown 5, Cincinnati Christian 4, Rnneytown 4, Talawanda 4, NCH 3, Blanchester 2, New Miami 2. 8. READING: Center fielder AnthC>ny Reddish was named second-team all-league last year despite missing half of the season with a broken wrist FII'St-team all-league catcher Brandan Buchanan also returns. 9. MADEIRA: The Mustangs. last year's Cincinnati Hills League champions, return srnrtersJeffMoore and Brian Morande. 10. ROGER BACON: FII'St-team Enquirer all-star outfielder Lance Durham hopes to help the Spartans bounce back from last year's 8-21 season.


HIGH SCHOOLS · BasebaU slats _1... ~

Pllyer, School Balzano, CHCA ..••....... Nelson, Aiken ............ . Leonard, Woodward ... . Davis, Hugtles ........... . NortDn, Reading ........ . Williams, Mason ........ . Forte, Woodward .•...... Ramirez, Madeira ....... . GHI,CCD ................... . Costanzo, Mariemont .. Voshell, CNE ............. . Mathews, Anderson •... Ellis, Western Brown ~-. Gray, Uttle Miami .....•.. Wimmers, Moeller .•..... Rohde, Summtt ......... . lakas, Mason .....•....... Bowersox, Turpin ....... . Madden, Indian Hill ... . Durham, Roger Bacon. Houston, Uttle Miami.. West, Princeton ......... . Barker, Madison ........ . Conway, Martemont....

=~;~~~d~:~:

73 43 38 37 76 38

40 56 68 30 87 83 73 83 68 66 58 91 62 65 63 42 61 43 41 65 89 46 46 53

1

s -Dl..

Hib

Aog.

45 25 22 21 41 20 21 29 35 15 43 41 36 41 33 32 33 44 30 31 30 20 29 20 19 30 41 21 21 24

.616 .581 .579 .568 .539

Schunk, Oak Hills ...... . Piper, New Richmond .. Franzreb, Oak Hills .....• DickeJSOn, Cin. C~ristian ...•.. ,............ . Clark, Norwood........... 75 34 . Poland, St. Bernard .... 49 22 Giese, lakota East...... 78 35 GKiard, Withrow.......... 78 35 Schmidt, McNick ........ 78 35 Mathews, Anderson .... · 67 30 Srofe, Martemont........ 47 21 Fishburn, Elder........... 74 33 Maynard, Norwood ..... 81 36 Doublet Pllyer, School NortDn, Reading ................•......•........... Balzano, CHCA ..................•.................. Schunk, Oak Hills .............• Suellentrop, McNfck ............................ . Schmidt, McNick ........................•........ Riesenberg, Loveland ......................... . Belza, Moeller ................................•.... Peterson, Summit .... . Adams, Glen Este .............................. . Bowersox, Turpin .............................. . Houston, little Miami ........................ . Gray, Utile Miami. .............................. .. Ellis, Western Brown ........................... .. Meadors, CNE ..................................... . Bella, Moeller ................................... .. Rosenbaum, Loveland ........................ . Rice, Hamitton ..................... . Williams, Milford .......................... .. Letter, Summtt .................................... . Madden, Indian Hill. ............................ . Browne, CHCA.

Triples

Pllyer, School Clinton, East Clinton ... .. Gillard, Withrow ................................. .. Kadish, Wyoming ............................... .. Balzano, CHCA .................. .. Meininger, Summit. ............ . Malone, Madeira ........... .. Henderson, Withrow Giese, lakota East .. . Prewttt. lakota East .......... .. Gill, ceo ........ Fiamm, La Salle .... . Gray, Taft ...................,........ . Ashburn, Elder ................................... . Swallen, CHCA .... .. .. .. Boone, Winton Woods .......... . Gray, Uttle Miami. ............... . Burnett, St Bernard ........... .. NortDn, Reading .......... . Home Runs

.526 .525 .518 .515 .500 .494 .494 .493 .493 .485 .485 .485 .484 .484 .477 .476 .476 .475 .465 .463 .462 .461 .457 .457 .453 .453 .449 .449 .449 .449 .448 .447 .446 .444

No. 17

15 15

12 12 12 II

II 10 10 10 10 10 10 10

9 9 9 9 9 9

No. 6 6 6 5 5 4 4 4 4 4 4

4 4 4 4 4 4 4

No.


--

Slld<ley,Scllool Turpin ................ . """"· Poe, Reading ....................................... Weldon, Mason .................................. ..

Botticllkl, Malo!L ............................... . Rice, HamiiU>ft ..................................... Kadish, Wyoming ................................ . Rohde. Summk.................................... Ramirez, Madeim ................................ . Edglngll>n, Wyoming........................... .. Clark,Ho!Wood .................................... Croall, Seven Hills ............................... . Gray, Utile Miami... ............................ ..

Bowenlox. Tufllin .................................. Brol<amp, Mde!SOIL ........................... . lal<as, Mason .................................... .. l..olllrop,S)'C81110<8 ............................. .. Samet, a.tDYta .................................. .. HendeiSOn, WM/Irow ........................... .. MacKzum,~ ........................... .. Clift. Turpin ..........................................

Johnson, MadiSon .............................. .. Catton!, lakola East ........................... .. Pope, Kings ........................................ . ~. TU!pin ................................... .. ~lndiiiiiiW .................... .

BRIQmp, Andellon............................ .

loloynlrd, ~ ...... - .................... ..

Clodl, Goehen .................................... . lloOOey. Talawandl ............................ .. ~ I.IMIIancj ......................... ..

Sdluntc,OekHIIIs................................. Bushelman, St. llemaRI ...................... .

-

Wolnle, Hanllon ................................ .. -.UUkt.lleml ......................... .. Fiscus, Gorhen .................................. .. Balzano, CHCA................................... .. """"· Scllool Pope,Kif185 ....................................... ..

8-.Tufllin ................................ ..

Horton, ReadlnC ................................... Slk:ldey, Tufllin .................................... Botticlllo, Mason ................................ .. Rohde. SUmmit. ................................. ..

Po!W, Mason.:;;. ................................ . Ramirez, Madeira .... :.......................... ..

Clark. No!wood ....................................

Voshell, CNE ....................................... . S<:llerpef\belg Indian Hill .. ................. ' Schunk, Oek Hill& ................................. Maynard, Nolwood .............................. .

Miller, Belhel ...................................... .

Lal<as, Meson .................................... .. Rice, HamiiU>ft ................................... ..

Browne, CHCA ................................... ..

~.McNick ........................... ..

Kadish, Wyoming ................................ . Houslnn, Utile Miami ...........................

Robinea. Moellel ............................... ..

Obefsclllalle, Wesl2m BIOWII ................ . Noland, CNE ...................................... ..

a-

i """"· Balzano,Selloel CHCA ................................... ..

1

Swallen, CHCA .................................... . Edgington, Wyoming........................... .. Baiza, Moeller ...................................... Balla, Moeller ...................................... GHiaro, Withrow .................................. . Thompson, Elder ................................ .. lloweiSOx. Turpin .................................. Meadors, CNE ..................... .. Maynald. NoiWOOd ............................. .. Wemle, Hamson ................................. . Kadish, Wyoming ................................ . Byrd, Withrow ...................................... Voshell, CN£ ....................................... . Meininger, Summk............................. .. COnn. Mason .................................... ..

Stollll boMeadors,Scllool CNE .................................... .. """'' COnn, Mason .................................... .. Gillard, Withrow ................................ .. COlston, Mt Healthy ........................... . leonard. WOOdward ............................ . Giii,CCD ........................................... .. Davis, Hughes...................................... Reddish, Reading............................... . Jollnson, fayetreYtlle ......................... .. Pen, 1\nde<son .................................... . Wl\ltecol!On, CNE ................................ . Swallen, CHCA ..................................... Van De! Holst. Seven Hills .................. .. Diesel. Mt Haalthy ................. .. Reilly, Western Brown .................. .. Thompson, 8der ....... .. .. Fl<hbum, Elder.................................... . Brown. Mt Haalthy ......... .. Maynard, Norwood ..................... . Ball, Withrow ............................. .

"""'· Scllool PllcNaciP Barl<ar, Madison......... 36.7 Nastold, Elder........ 35.D Murphy, Mason............. 26.2 Nelson, Aiken............... Rosenbaum, Lowland... Hom. Wyoming............. Spall<man, MadiSon..... Houk, CNE.................... Klausing. 8der.............. Brtnct<. Elder................. ParsollS, Hamikon......... WlmmetS, Moeller......... Stephenson, Tatawanda Williams, fa)!!ttevllle..... i Gramme!, Talawanda .... I Williams. indian Hill...... C.rdell, Madeim ...........

Fusco, Mason............... Wlttes, Kings................ Sauer, Madeira............. Murphy, Mason............. llobinl!!l, Moetie< .......... case. New Richmond....

32.7 25.0 39.7 39.3 38.0 29.0 21.3 20.1 44.3 42.7 59.7 35.0 29.D 33.D

28.1 31.7 22.7

22.2 40.D 26.7

"lu 5 5 5 5 5 5 4 4

4 4 4 4 4 4 4 3 3

3 3 3 3

3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 No.

42 37 37 37 35 35 34 33 32 32 31 31 30 29 28 28 28 28 27 27 27 26 26 26

No. 41 39 38 36 34

33 32 32 32 31 31 31 30 30 30 30 lie. 35 34 32 31 30 27 24 23 22 22 22 22 22

22 22

21 21 21 21

21

EllA

W·L

0.18

5-1 5-0 4-1

0.20 0.52

0.64 0.64 0.88 0.88 0.92 0.97 D.98 !.D3 1.10 1.14 1.28 1.40 1.44 1.48 1.48 1.54 1.54 1.54 1.57

,

..

3-2 5-0 5-0 5-! 5-0 4.0 4.0 2·1 5-2 5·1 8·1 5-1 3-1 4-1 3·1 4·2 4-o 4-o 5-l


HIGH SCHOOLS Baseball stats S'-2~;... ,._,School

~

Balzano, CHCA .......... . Nelson, Aiken ............ . Leonard, Woodward .. .. Davis, Hughes .......... .. Norton, Reading ........ . Forte, Woodward ...... .. Williams, Mason ........ . Ramirez. Madeira ....... . Giii,CCD .................. .. Ellis, Westem Boown .. . Durham, Roger Bacon. Lakas, Mason ............ . MatheWs, AndeMn .. .. Houston, lrt!le Miami .. BoweMx, Turpin ...... .. Gray, I.Jttle Miami ...... .. WesL Princeton ........ .. Ingram, Walnut Hills .. .. Wethington, AndeMn. Frenz,.b. Oak Hills .... .. Clar1<, Norwood .......... . Giese, Lakota East .... .. Howard, Walnut Hills .. . Maynard. Norwood .... . Schmidt, McNick ...... .. Sullentrop, McNick .... . Gschwind, Lakota

73

40 34 37 73 37 36 56 88 70 57 59

83 45 88 45 42 41 65 46 75 78 36 72 73 73 67

Hlb 45 24 20 21 40 20 19 29 35 36 29 30 41 22 43 22 20 19 30 21 34 35 16 32 32 32 29

AVJ. .616

.600 .588 .588 .548 .541 .528 .518 .515 .514 .509 .508 .494 .489 .489 .481 .476 .463 .462 .457 .453 .449 .444 .444 .438 .438 .433

West ........................ ..

RieSenberg, Loveland.. FIShburn, Elder........... ShingleiDn, AndeMn.. Schunk, Oak Hills....... Davis. AndeMn ......... Dixon, PrinceiDn ......... Weinle, Hamson......... Bischoff, Ross ........ .... Rosenbaum. Loveland. Testerman, Milford...... Weyant, Amelia .......... Cooper, Milford........... Mayes, Hamlnon......... Campbell, McNick.......

,._,School

69 56 70 61 40 59 7B 64 69 81 62 86 36 36

30 24

30 26 17 25 33 27 29 34 26 36 IS IS

Doubles

Norton, Reading ................................. .. Balzano, CHCA ..................................... Schunk, Oak Hills ................................. Suellentrop, McNick ............................. Schmidt. McNick .................................. Riesenberg, Loveland ......................... .. PeteMn, SUmmit .............................. .. Adams, Glen Este .............................. .. Schunk, Oak Hills ................................ . Bella, Moeller ......................................

Bowersox, Turpin ................................. . Ellis, Westem Brown ............................. MeadOIS, CNE ...................................... Rosenbaum, Loveland ........................ .. leiter, Summit .................................... . Rite, Hamirton ..................................... Williams, Mi!tord .................................. Browne, CHCA ........................ :....., ....., Toiploo

,._,School

Olntoo, East CllniDn ............................ . Gillard. Wntnow ................................... Balzano, CHCA ..................................... Kadish, wyoming ................................. Meininger, Summit .............................. . Malone, Madeira ............................ :..... HendeMn, Withrow ....... ,................... .. Flshbum, Elder................................... .. Glti,CCD ........................................... .. Aamm, La Salle .................................. . Gray, Tan. .......................................... .. SwaHen, CHCA ..................................... Giese, Lakota East ............................... Prewitt. Lakota East ............................:. Boone, WiniDn Woods .......................... Bumett. St Bemerd ........................... .. Norton, Reading ................................. ..

,._,School

._Runs

Stickley, Turpin .................................... Rice, HamHton .................................... . Ram1rez, Madeira ................................ . Poe, Reading ....................................... Oar1<, Norwood .................................. .. Croall, Seven Hills .............................. .. BoweiSOX, Turpin ................................ ..

-

.429 .429 .429 .426 .425 .424 .423 .422 .420 .420 .419 .419 .417 .417

No. 17 IS IS 12 II II II 10 10 10 10 10 10 9 9 9 9 9

No. 5 5 5 5 5 4 4 4 4

4 4 4

4 4

4 4 4

No. 10 4

4 4

4 4

4


..._,,s;;;;;a:::r------"NNe. Balzlno, CHCA.....................................

Bowersox. Turpin.................................. Pope, lllngs ......................................... Sticldey, Tu!IJin .................................... Nonon, Readtna................................... Bottlchio, Mason.................................. RamiA!Z, Madelra .............. ...................

Vcshell. CNE........................................ , Scheopenbel1, Indian HIM ..................... I Clar1<, Norwood .................................... ~-

Non!ood...............................

Rol'de, summL................................. Millet. Bathel .... .. .. .. .... .. .... .... .. .... .... .. .. . Rice. Nemllloo..................................... Schunk, 0e1< Hills................................. Browne, CHCA .....................................

....

Player, Sc:Mol Balzllno, CHCA................................. ....

Swailefi,CHCA .................................... . Balzll, Moeller .....................:................ lhompeon, Ekler,................................. MtadOIS. CNE...................................... Gillin!, WlthiOW ................................... wetqle, Han1lon .................................. Booolerlcl<, Turpin................................

Vcshell, CNE ........ ................................ aauman, CHCA....................................

MaUiews, MdeltOII..............................

l11ompson, Ekler .......................... ........ RutSell, TUIIJin ..................................... Whltaoo!lon, CNE .............. ................... Maynard, Norwood................... Meininger, summtt.............. Browne, CHCA ...... . Fishburn, Elder................... Laughlin. Cin. Christian...... Gnlnt. Loveland .................. ...... Edelngton, Wyoming............................. Berta, Madeira..................................... RieSenberg, Loveland .... .... ........ .......... Reynolds, Norwood ........... Reily, Western Brown.......................

stoiiOI .....

Player, School MeadoiS, CNE ........ . Gll;ard, Wtthrow .... . Cols1on, Mt Heatthy .......................... .. GIII.CCO ............................................. LBonard. Woodward .................... . Conn, Mason ........ .. Dellis, Hughes .................. . Slaughter, Shroder Paldela ............ . Johnson, Fayetteville .......... .. Whlll!<:Oiton, CNE .............. .. SwaUen, CHCA .......................... .. Reddish, Reading........................ .. Thompson, Elder ............................ . Fisllbum,Wer.. ...... . Brown. .Mt Neatthy...................... .. Van Der HOISt, Seven Hills .... . Diese4, Mt Heatthy ...................... . Reilly, Western Brown .......................... . Nelson. Aiken ................ . Rod. Anderson ...................... . Bauman, CHCA ....... -rd. Walnut Hills ............ . Henry, East Clinton .............. .. Hanenkrat, leesburg ...... .. Maynard, Norwood Grant, Loveland .......................... . Bell. Withrow.

~

,.._, Scllool

Overbeck, Reading .. Barl<ef, Madison ...... .. Nastold, Elder ............ . Hom, Wyoming .......... .. Nelson, Aiken .............. . Murphy. Mason ............ . Rosenbaum, Loveland .. . Sparkman, Madison.

Houk, CNE Klausing, Elder............ .. Stephenson, Talawanda Brine!<, Elder ............ . Pa!SOOS, Hamilton ........ . Wuliams, Fayetteville .... . Fusco. Ma90n ...... . Maus. Baoln. Murphy, Hamilton ...... . Dawes, PT1nceton ...... . Robben. Ha·rlson Wittes, Kings .. . Bischof!. Ross .. . Koenig, Badin .. .

23.7 36.7 29.0 27.3 26.7 24.0 25.0 39.3 38.0 29.0 35.7 21.3 20.1 52.7 23.0 24.0 22.2 30.1 21.1 29.1 41.0 25.0

ERA 0.00 0.18 0.23 0.25 0.52 0.58 0.84 0.88 0.92 0.97 0.98 0.98 1.03 1.06 1.22 1.46 1.54 1.62 1.84 1.67 1.87 1.96

Wins

,.._, Scllool

Smtth, Mt Heatthy ....... AriZ. Turpin .... Williams. Fayet!e'illle Stamper, Goshen .......... .. Wethmgum. Colerain Randolph, Batavia ...... Noeth. Western Brown

Wilson. Leesburg ... wethmgton. Colerain ...................... . Hendemon, Wi'.hrow .. U~l. McNiel< ............ . Henry, East Cl:nton Davis, Hughos M:ddendort, La Salle Rosenbaum. Loveland. Lar.e. Indian HW~ .. Pope, Kings .... Spar1<man, Mtd:son ..... Houk, CNE ......... . Barl:er, Madison ....... Earley, Elder Peterson, Summ~ ..... Dltorik,Moeller .. Gramme!, Talawanda .................... . Haenning, La Salle .............................. . Pangallo, Bethel .......... .

,.._,Sc:Mol

5lrlkeoolls

Williams, Fayetteville ...... . Smtth. Mt Healthy ...... .. Barl<ef. Madison ........... .. Charles, Shroder Paldela Davis, Hughes Hendemon, Withrow .......... .. Clar1<. Norwood .............. .. Sparkman, Madison ........ .. Donawerth, Lakota West. Nelson, Aiken .......... ..

Wilson, Leesburg .. .. Jefferson, CNE ............. .. Ove!Street. Fayetteville .......... ..

Wimmem, Moeller .................... . 'aeanl, Deer Par1< .............. .. Pet&rsoli, summn .......... .. Greene, Talawanda ............... .. DenniS, Wjomlne. ........................ . Noeth,-. Brown ...................... . Middendorf, La Salle .............. .. Godlny, Glen Ellie; .......................... . Nastold. Elder ......................... .. Sabo, Madison ............................ .

Martin, Tu!IJin .................................. .. ; Boblnslli. Moeller........ ................... · · Tud<e<, Wllllrow .. HoUk, CNE... ..... .. ......................... ..

I

42 37 35

34 34 32 32 31 29 29 29 29 28 28 28 28

No. 4391 . 34 32 32 31 31 31 30 29 29 29 28 28 28 28 28 27 27 27 26 26 26 26 26

No. 35 29 28 27 27 25 24 22 22 22 22 22 21 21 21 21 21 21 20 20 20 18 18 18 18 18 18

W-1. 2-1 5-1 4.0 4.0 3-1 3-1 5.0 5-1 5-o 4.0 4-1 4.0 2-1 7-o 3-1 1.0 4-0 4-2 2.0 3-2 1-2 2-1

No. B B

7 6 6 6

5 5 5 5 5 5

5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5

5 5 5 5 5

No. 96

77 74 70 66 84 62 59 59 59 53 50

49 49

46 45 44 44 43 42 42 42 40 39 39 38 37


2006 OHSAA State Baseball Tournament Brackets State Final

State Semi-Final Division I 28-4

Miamisburg

2 12

Strongsville

Saturday, June 2 ·7:00p.m. Cooper Stadium, Columbus

24-6

Strongsville

9 Strongsville Division I State Champion

Monday, June 5 • 7:00 p.m. Cooper Stadium. Columbus

29-2

Lewis Center Olentangy

7 Lewis Center Olentangy

Saturday, June 2 • 4:00 p.m.

7

Cooper Stadium. Columbus

19-9

Twinsburg

2

Division II 28-2

Cuyahoga Falls Walsh Jesuit

4 Cuyahoga Falls Walsh Jesuit

Monday. June 5 • 12:00 P.M. Cooper Stadium, Columbus

22-9

Pataskala Watkins Memoria

0 Tuesday, June 6 • 11 :00 A.M.

Division II State Champion

Cooper Stadium. Columbus

26-2

Bellefontaine

0 Chardon Notre Dame-Cathedral

Monday, June 5- 3:00P.M.

Lati~

Cooper Stadium, Columbus

24-6

Chardon Notre Dame-Cathedral

Lati~

3

Division Ill 24-5

Marion Pleasant

2 Marion Pleasant

Saturday, June 3 -10:00 A.M.

2

Cooper Stadium, Columbus

25-5

Sparta Highland

1 Marion Pleasant Division Ill State Champion

Sunday, June 4 ·8:00P.M. Cooper Stadium, Columbus

28-3

Canton Central Catholic

2

Saturday, June 3 -1:00 P.M.

Youngstown Ursuline

1

Newark Catholic

3

Cooper Stadium. Columbus

23-5

Youngstown Ursuline

11

Division IV 19-7

Kalida

2 Friday, June 2- 5:00P.M. Cooper Stadium, Columbus

28-4

Newark Catholic

4 Newark Catholic Division IV State Champion

Sunday, June 4 • 5:00 p.m. Cooper Stadium. Columbus

13-8

Windham

0 Tipp City Bethel

Friday, June 2 ·7:30P.M. Cooper Stadium, Columbus

22-5

Tipp City Bethel

1

2


2006 OHSAA Regional Baseball Tournament Brackets Division I

Reglon4

23-6

Cincinnati Archbishop Moeller Fri., May 26- 2:00p.m. Unlve~lty

Cincinnati Elder

of Cincinnati

2

Scott Wilhoit. Mgr., 513-556-2170

26-3

Cincinnati Elder

8 Miamisburg

Sal, May 27-2:00 p.m.

19-10

Kings Mills Kings

1

Unlveralty of Cincinnati

Regional Champion

Scott Wilhoit, Mgr., 513-556-2178

To State Semifinal as Home Team vs. Shelby Winner at Cooper Stadium, Columbus Friday, June 2-12:88 P.M.

Fri., May 28- 5:80p.m. University of Cincinnati

Miamisburg

9

Strongsville

8

Scott Wilhoit, Mgr., 513-556-2170

25-4

Miamisburg

5

Strongsville

3

Region 3

22-6

Sat., May 27 • 2:88 p.m. Shelby High School Kevin Cafver Mgr., 419-342-6586

18-5

Oregon Clay•

1

Sun., May 28- 2:00p.m.

Strongsville

Shelby High School

Regional Champion

Kevin Calver Mgr., 419-342-8588

16-9

Middleburg Heights Midpark

1

To State Semifinal as Visiting Team vs. Cincinnati Winner at Cooper Stadium, Columbus

Friday, June 2 - 12:00 P.M.

Sal, May 27- 5:88 p.m. Shelby High School

Whitehouse Anthony Wayne

7

Newark

0

Kellin Catver Mgr•• 419-342-8586

21-4

Whitehouse Anthony Wayne

5

Mason

3

Region 2

23-7

Fri., May 26- 2:00p.m. Dublin Coffman High School

Tlm Saunders Mgr., 614-764-5908

24-6

Newark

12 Lewis Center Olentangy

Set., May 27 • 2:88 p.m.

27-2

Lewis Center Olentangy

7

Dublin Coffman High School

Regional Champion

Tim Saunders Mgr., 614-764-5908

To State Semifinal as Home Team vs. Eastlake Winner at Cooper Stadium, Columbus Friday, June 2 ·3:80P.M.

Fri., May 26- 5:88p.m. Dublin Coffman High School

Lewis Center Olentangy

1

Twinsburg

5

11m Saunders Mgr., 614-764-5908

25-5

Worthington Kilbourne

4

Twinsburg

5

Region 1

14-9

Sat.,May27· 11:08a.m, Eastlake Ballpark Fred Heyer Mgr., 440-975-3285

23-3

North Royalton

4 Twinsburg

Sun., May 20- 2:88p.m.

20-6

Euclid

5

eastlake Ballpark

Regional Champion

Fred Heyer Mgr.• 440-975-3285

To Slate Semlfmal as Vcslling Team vs. Oubfin Winner et Cooper Stadium, Columbus Friday, June 2- 3:00P.M.

&Innings Sat., May 27- 2:00p.m.

Euclid

Eastlake Ballpark Fred Heyer Mgr., 440-975-3285

21-9

Green

2

4


f

2006 OHSAA Sectional/District Baseball Tournament Brackets Division I, Region 1 - Eastlake Eastlake Ballpark,

35300 Vine Street, Eastlake 44095. Fred Heyer, Mgr., B: 440-975-3285. # - indicates seed at sectional draw

Hudson District: Hudson H_S., 2500 Hudson-Aurora Rd., Hudson 44236. Paul James Vagi, Mgr., P: 330-653-1438 Visiting team is the bottom team on the bracket and will host sectional games.

Cuyahoga Falls Mon.. May 1 -4:30p.m. at Solon H.S. Solon

3

Macedonia Nordonia Mon.. May 1 -4:30p.m. at Barberton H.S. Barberton

0

Hudson #3 Mon., May 8- 4:30p.m. at Solon H.S. I solon

5 Hudson

3

3

Twinsburg #3 Mon., May 8- 4:30p.m. 4 I• at Wadsworth H.S. Wadsworth

12

1

District Semifinal Tue., May 16 ·4:00p.m. at Hudson H.S.

41 !Barberton Mon .. May 8-4:30 p.m. at Stow-Munroe Falls H.S. 11 Stow-Munroe Falls #1

#3

Stow-Munroe Falls

#1

Stow-Munroe Falls

#1

7

3

91 District Final

Wadsworth Mon.. May 1 -4:30p.m. at Medina H.S. Medina

Twinsburg (14-9)

Thu., May 18 - 3:30 p.m. at Hudson H.S. Twinsburg

#3

District Champion To Regional Semifinal at Eastlake Ballpark vs. Struthers Winner Sat.. May 27- 11:00 a.m.

5

21

21

Brecksville-Broadview Hts. Mon.. May 1 -4:30p.m. at Cloverleaf H.S. Lodi Cloverleaf

12

Akron Firestone #4 Mon., May 1 - 4:30 p.m. at Roosevelt H.S. Kent Roosevelt

5

!Brecksville-Broadview Hts.

District Semifinal Tue., May 16 • 7:00 p.m. at Hudson H.S.

2

Twinsburg

#3

14

21 Mon., May 8- 4:30p.m. at Firestone H.S. IAkron Firestone

#4

Brecksville-Broadview Hts.

4

1

01

Struthers District: Cene Park, 65 Main St., Struthers. Dave Smercansky, Mgr., P: 330-726-3423. Visiting team is the botton team on bracket and will host sectional games. Struthers #2 Sectional: Dave Smercansky, Mgr., P: 330-726-3423.

Warren Howland Mon.. May 1 - 4:30 p.m. at Lakeside H.S. Ashtabula Lakeside

6

W arren G Hard.mq Mon .. May 8 - 4:30 p.m. at Lakeside H.S. Ashtabula Lakeside

I.

Warren

District Semifinal Wed., May 17 • 4:30 p.m. Gene Park, Field #1

!Parma Normandy

61

#1

7

2

Mon., May 8 - 4:30 p.m. at North Royalton H.S.

I North Royalton

#1

North Royalton

#1

Y'gstown Austintown-Fitch Mon.. May 8- 4:30p.m. at Austintown-Fitch H.S. Y'gstown Boardman

District Champion To Regional Semifinal at Eastlake Ballpark vs. Hudson Winner Sat., May 27- 11:00 a.m.

Y'gstown Boardman

I

Euclid #5 Sectional: Tom Bane, Mgr., P: 216-797-7805

District Semifinal Wed., May 17- 4:30p.m. Gene Park, Field #2

9 Riverside Mon., May 8 - 4:30 p.m. at Eastlake North H.S. 81 Eastlake North #4

North Royalton (23-3)

District Final Thu., May 18 - 4:30 p.m. Gene Park, Field #1

s truthers #1 Sectional: Dave Smercansky, Mgr., P: 330-726-3423.

IPainesville

13

4

I

#1

Painesville Riverside Mon., May 1 -4:30p.m. at Cleveland Heights H.S. Cleveland Heights

North Royalton

1

Cleveland John F. Kennedy Mon., May 1 -4:30p.m. no contest North Royalton

2

81

p arm a #5 Sectional: Tom Schreiber, Mgr., P: 440·885·8431. Maple Heights Mon .. May 1 -4:30p.m. at Normandy H.S. Parma Normandy

G. Harding

I

5 Painesville Riverside

0

Y'gstown Boardman

1


Division 1, Region 1 - Eastlake Eastlake Ballpark, 35300 Vine Street, Eastlake 44095. Fred Heyer, Mgr., B: 440-975-3285. #- indicates seed at sectional draw

Euclid District: Euclid H.S., 711 E. 222nd St., Euclid. Tom Bane, Mgr., P: 216-797-7805 The visiting team is the bottom team on bracket and will host sectional games. Euclid Sectionals 1-4 Cleveland East 0 Mon., May 1 - 4:30 p.m. Willouohby South 1 at South H.S.

Willoughby South

!Cleveland Collinwood

Mayfield #3

3

3

9

District Final

1

Euclid (20-6)

Thu., May 18 ·4:30p.m.

!Chardon

Mon., May 1 -4:30p.m. at Chardon H.S.

1

District Champion

at Euclid Memorial #1

I

Mon .. May 8 - 4:30 p.m.

19

Euclid #2

To Regional Semifinal at Eastlake Ballpark vs. Canton Winner Sat., May 27 - 2:00 p.m.

4

at Euclid H.S.

6

Euclid #2

District Semifinal

Cleveland East Technical

Wed., May 17 • 4:30p.m.

Cleveland Glenville

Mon., May 1 - 4:30 p.m. no contest

Mon., May 8- 4:30p.m.

Cleveland Glenville

at Shaker Heights H.S.

Shaker Heights

Mentor #1

at Euclid Memorial #1

at Mayfield H.S.

Mayfield #3

Chardon

2

Mon., May 8 • 4:30 p.m.

3

East Cleveland Shaw

District Semifinal Wed., May 17 - 4:30 p.m.

8 innings

Madison

15

4

Mon., May 1 • 4:30 p.m.

4

at Mentor H.S.

Mentor #1 Cleveland Collinwood

Mentor #1

Mon., May 8- 4:30p.m.

25

0

Euclid #2

at Euclid Memorial #2

5

Shaker Heights

5

3

Mon., May 1 - 4:30 p.m.

Shaker Heiohts

at Brush H.S.

Lyndhurst Brush

17

4

Canton District: Thurman Munson Stad., 1416 West Valentine Cir. N.W., Canton. Dan Brooks, Mgr., P: 330-454-4736. Visiting team is the botton team on bracket and will host sectional games.

Mass1'II on Perry #2 Canton GlenOak

9

Mon., May 1 -4:30p.m.

Canton GlenOak

at Jackson H.S.

1

Marietta

7

5

North Canton Hoover #1

at Thurman Munson Stad.

North Canton Hoover #1

Akron Ellet

Ol

0

Uniontown Lake #3

7

4

111

District Final

2

I

Mon .• May 8- 4:30p.m.

Mon., May 1 - 4:30 p.m.

Canton McKinley

4

Fri., May 19 ·4:00p.m.

Green (20-6)

at Thurman Munson Stad.

District Champion

at Canton McKinley H.S.

at Canton McKinley H.S.

Canton McKinley

8

Massillon Washinoton #4

2

91

Green

at Green H.S.

Green 2

Green

at Thurman Munson Stad.

Mon., May 8- 4:30p.m.

Mon., May 1 - 4:30 p.m. at Wooster H.S.

District Semifinal Wed., May 17 • 4:30 p.m.

6

Wooster

District Semifinal

at Ellet H.S.

at Ellet H.S.

Green

1

Mon., May 8- 4:30p.m.

Mon., May 1 - 4:30 p.m.

Canton McKinley

2

Wed., May 17 • 4:30 p.m.

North Canton Hoover #1

Akron Garfield

Massillon Perry #2

at GlenOak H.S.

Massillon Jackson

Akron Ellet

8

Mon., May 8 - 4:30 p.m.

7

9

2

To Regional Semifinal at Eastlake Ballpark vs. Euclid Winner Sat., May 27 - 2:00 p.m.


2006 OHSAA Regional Baseball Tournament Brackets Division I, Region 2-Dublin Dublin Coffman High School. 6780 Coffman Rd., Dublin 43017. Tim Saunders, Mgr.• P: 614-764-5900 #- indicates seed at sectional draw

Cincinnati 5 District: Cincinnati Midland Complex-Nelson Homan, Mgr., P:513-515-4769 Dayton Upper Sectional: Jeff Sakal, Mgr., P: 937-667-8448 Huber Heights Wayne #1

19 Huber Heiahts Wavne #1

ppd to Mon., May 15 - 5:00 p.m.

Dayton Meadowdale #11

1

Sorinaboro #4

8

0

Sectional Anal

Sorinoboro #4

Riverside Stebbins #9

1

Wed., May 10- 5:00p.m.

Sorinaboro #4

Mon., May 8- 5:00p.m.

Kettering Fairmont Kettering Fairmont #5

0

#5

2

2

6

District Final

Mason {23-7)

Sat, May 20- 10:00 a.m.

District Champion To Regional Semifinal at Dublin Coffman H.S. vs. Dublin Coffman Upper Winner Fri., May 26 - 2:00 p.m.

at Cincinnati Midland Complex

Cin cinnati 2 Lower Sectional: Nelson Homan, Mgr., P: 513·515-4769. Cincinnati Princeton #2

3 Liberty Twp. lakota East #5

Wed., May 10-3:00 p.m.

5

at Mason H.S.

liberty Twp. lakota East #5

4

Sectional Final

Mason #3 Mason #3 Trenton Edgewood #7

8

Wed., May 10 • 5:30 p.m.

Mason #3

at Mason H.S.

Mon .. May 8- 4:30p.m.

MI. Orab Western Brown

at Mason H.S.

Mt. Orab Western Brown

4

5

at Mason H.S.

8

1

0

Dublin Coffman Upper District: Dublin Coffman H.S., 6780 Coffman Rd., Dublin. Dave Parson Mgr., P: 614-538-9152 Home team is the top team on the braciket and will host the first two games. Worth. Thomas Worthington #4 Columbus Marion Franklir 19

Thu., May 11 -5:30p.m.

Mon., May B- 5:30p.m.

at Thomas Worthington H.S.

Columbus Marion Franklin

at Marion Franklin H.S.

Columbus Brookhaven

11

at Teays Valley H.S.

Columbus Briggs

3

2

Newarik#7

at Dublin Coffman H.S.

5

Thu., May 11 -5:00p.m.

Newarik#7

Westerville North

0

Hilliard Darby #5

7 Hilliard Darbv #5

Thu., May 11 -5:00p.m.

Delaware Haves

3

Mount Vernon #8

14

9

4

Mon., May 8 - 5:00 p.m.

6

4

District Anal

Newark {23-6)

Thu., May 18 • 4:30 p.m.

District Champion To Regional Semifinal at Dublin Coffman H.S. vs. Cincinnati 5 Winner Fri., May 26 - 2:00 p.m.

at Dublin Coffman H.S.

Mount Vernon #8

at Dublin Coffman H.S.

Thu ., May 11 - 5:00 p.m.

Mount Vernon #8

at Mt. Vernon H.S.

13

District Semifinal Mon., May 15- 5:00 p.m.

Hilliard Davidson

at Central Crossing H.S.

Hilliard Davidson

District Semifinal Mon., May 15. 2:00p.m.

at Darby H.S.

at Briggs H.S.

Grove City Central Grossi

3

14

Mon., May 8- 5:00p.m.

Delaware Hayes

0

at Newark H.S.

Mon., May 8- 5:00p.m.

Westerville North

Worth. Th. Worthinaton #4

0 Newarik#7

Ashville Te!I}IS_ Valley

10

4

5

4


'\

Division 1, Region 2-Dublin Dublin Coffman High School, 6780 Coffman Rd., Dublin 43017. Tim Saunders, Mgr., P: 614-764-5900 #- indicates seed at sectional draw

Dublin Coffman Lower District: Dublin Coffman H.S., 6780 Coffman Rd., Dublin. Dave Parson Mgr_, P: 614-538-9152 Home team is the top team on the bracket and will host the first two games. Lewis Center Olentangy #1 Powell Olenlangy Liberty_ 11

Thu., May 11 - 5:00 p.m.

Mon., May 8 - 5:00 p.m.

at Olentangy H.S.

Powell Olentangy Liberty

at Olentangy Uberty H.S.

Columbus Whetstone

1

Galloway WesUand

5

Lewis Center Olenlangy #1

3

Galloway WesUand

at Westland H.S.

2

Dublin Jerome

4

District Semifinal

12

Lewis Center Olentangy #1

at Dublin Coffman H.S.

11

Thu., May 11-5:00 p.m.

Dublin Coffman #10

at Dublin Coffman H.S.

Mon., May 8 - 5:30 p.m.

Columbus Independence

9

Tue., May 16- 2:00 p.m.

Dublin Coffman #10

Pickerin!lton North #6

1 District Final

Lewis Center Olentangy (27-2)

Fri., May 19-4:30 p.m.

District Champion

2

11 Pickerington North #6

Thu., May 11 - 5:00 p.m.

5

To Regional Semifinal at Dublin Coffman H.S. vs. Dublin Scioto Winner

at Dublin Coffman H.S.

et Pickerington North H.S.

Mon., May 8 - 5:00 p.m.

Dublin Jerome

at Jerome H.S.

Westerville Central

5

3

2

Fri., May 26- 5:00p.m.

District Semifinal

Pickerington North #6

Tue., May 16- 5:00 p.m.

5

at Dublin Coffman H.S.

Grove City #9

8 Grove City #9

Mon .. May 8 - 5:00 p.m.

3

at Grove City H.S.

Westerville South

2

ppd. to Fri .â&#x20AC;˘ May 12-4:30 p.m.

Groveport-Madison

at Grove City H.S.

Groveport-Madison

0

16

Mon., May 8 - 5:30 p.m.

Groveport-Madison

at Groveport-Madison H.S.

Columbus Walnut Rid!le

4

3

Dublin Sc1oto D1stnct: Dubhn Sc1oto H.S., 4000 Hard Rd., Dubhn. J1m Stahl, Mgr., P: 614-855-7187 Home team is the top team on the bracket and will host the first two games. Dublin Scioto #2 Columbus West

9

11 Dublin Scioto #2

ppd. to Sat.. May 13-2:00 p.m.

Columbus Franklin Heights

atWestH.S.

1

Columbus Franklin Hei!lhl 10

9

6

Columbus Northland

1

Worthington Kilbourne #3

Mon., May 8 - 5:00 p.m.

Dublin Scioto #2

at Dublin Scioto H.S.

Lancaster #11

at Lancaster H.S.

Pickerington Central

Columbus St. Charles

0

6 Worthington Kilbourne #3

4

3

12

District Champion To Regional Semifinal at Dublin Coffman H.S. vs. Dublin Coffman Lower Winner

at Dublin Scioto H.S.

Worthington Kilbourne #3

Mon., May 15 - 5:00 p.m.

Upper Arlington

2

8

Thu., May 11 - 5:00 p.m.

Reynoldsbur!l

at Upper Arlington H.S.

12

Mon., May 8 - 5:30 p.m.

Reynoldsburg

at Reynoldsburg H.S.

Lo!lan

Thu., May 18 - 4:30 p, m.

May 26 - 5:00 p.m.

at Lincoln H.S.

Reynoldsburg

Worthington Kilbourne (25-~

District Semifinal

7

Mon., May 8-5:00 p.m.

~er Arlington

District Final

at Worthington Kilbourne H.S.

at Dublin Scioto H.S.

Gahanna Lincoln

5

1

ppd. to Sat., May 13 - 2:00 p.m.

Marysville

et Northland H.S.

Marysville

2

Thu., May 11 - 5:00 p.m.

Mon., May 8- 5:00p.m. at Pickerington Central H.S.

District Semifinal Mon., May 15- 2:00p.m.

Lancaster #11 Pickerington Central

10

at Dublin Scioto H.S.

Mon., May 8- 5:00p.m.

0

12

0

6


l

2006 OHSAA Sectional/District Baseball Tournament Brackets Division I, Region 3-Shelby Shelby High School, 109 W. Smiley Rd., Shelby 44875. Kevin Calver, Mgr., P: 419-342-6586. #- indicates seed at sectional draw

Elyria District: Elyria H.S., 311 Janowicz Drive, Elyria 44035. Mark T_ McGuire, Mgr., 440-284-8256 Visiting team is the bottom team on bracket and will host the sectional games.

Lcram . Ad m1ra . I K'mg North Ridgeville

0

4

at Brunswick H.S.

Brunswick #1

at Brunswick H.S.

Brunswick #1

11

North Olmsted

12

11 2

Diamond#1

North Olmsted

at Steele H.S.

North Olmsted

5

District Final

4

8 innings

7 7

5

Distric1 Champion WesUake#3

Mon., May 8- 4:30p.m.

Mon., May 1 -4:30 p.m.

vs. Maumee Winner

Berea

4

District Semifinal

Strollfl_sville #2

4

at Elyria George Day Field

8

Elyria

To Regional Semifinal at Shelby H.S.

7

at Berea H.S.

at Berea H.S.

Berea

Strongsville (22-6)

at Elyria George Day Field

WesUake #3 Avon Lake

7

at Elyria George Day Field

Mon., May 8- 4:30p.m.

Mon., May 1 -4:30p.m.

at Steele H.S.

North Olmsted

District Semifinal

Wed., May 17 â&#x20AC;¢ 2:00 p.m.

Grafton Midview #4

Amherst Steele

Brunswick #1

Mon., May 8- 4:30p.m.

Mon .. May 1-4:30 p.m.

3

Mon., May 8- 4:30p.m.

Elyria

9

Diamond #1

Strongsville #2

at Elyria H.S.

Lorain Southview

Strongsville #2

Fri., May 19. TBA

Mon., fv1ay 1 - 4:30 p.m. at Elyria H.S.

Fri., May 26-2:00 p.m.

9

3

2

Maumee District: Lucas County Recreation Ctr., 2901 Key Street, Maumee 43537. Mike Padgett, Magr., P: 419-255-2280 Lucas County Recreation Ctr Sectional I: 2901 Key Street, Maumee 43537. Mike PadgeH, Mgr., P: 419-255-2280

Toledo St Francis OeSales #1 Toledo Waite

5

Sat.. Apr. 29 ~ 11:00 a.m.

Mon., May 8

10 Tol. St. Francis DeSales #1

~5:00p.m.

6

at Lucas Co. Recreation Ctr.

Taledo R()gers

at Lucas Co. Recreation Ctr.

Tole do RoQers

0

6

District Semifinal

Tol. St. Francis DeSales #1

Thu., May 18- 5:00p.m.

Toledo Whitmer

5 Toledo Whitmer

Mon., May 1 ~ 5:00 p.m.

2

at Lucas Co. Recreation Center

1

at Lucas Co. Recreation Ctr.

Sylvania Southview

4

Mon., May 8

~7:30p.m.

Sylvania Northview

at Lucas Co. Recreation Ctr.

Holland Springfield #4

5

1

District Final

Mon., May 1 ~7:30p.m.

Sylvania Northview

at Lucas Co. Recreation Ctr.

Sylvania Northview

2

4

Fri., May 19 - 5:00 p.m.

Oregon Clay (18-5)

at Lucas Co. Recreation Center

District Champion To Regional Semifinal at Shelby H.S. vs. Elyria Winner Fri., May 26- 2:00p.m.

10 innings

Lucas County Recreation Ctr Sectional II: 2901 Key Street, Maumee 43537. Mi ke PadgeH, Mgr., P:

419~255-2280

Or~nCiay #2

Taledo Bowsher

23

Sat.. Apr.. 29 ~ 1:30 p.m.

8 Oregon Clay #2

Tue., May 9 ~ 5:00 p.m.

6

at Lucas Co. Recreation Ctr.

Toledo Bowsher

no score reported

Taledo Libbey

2

1

District Semifinal

Oregon Clay #2

Thu., May 18- 7:30p.m.

Taledo Start #3

17

at Lucas Co. Recreation Center

Taledo Start #3

resched. Wed., May 3 ~ 5:00 p.m.

1

at Lucas Co. Recreation Ctr.

Toledo Woodward

0

Toledo St. John's Jesuit

Tue., May 9-7:30 p.m. at Lucas Co. Recreation Ctr.

Taledo St. John's Jesuit resched. Wed., May 3

16

~7:30p.m.

Toledo St. John's Jesuit

at Lucas Co. Recreation Ctr.

Toledo Scott

0

2

5

4


'

Division 1, Region 3-Shelby

'

Shelby High School, 109 W. Smiley Rd., Shelby 44875. Kevin Calver, Mgr., P: 419-342-6586.

#- indicates seed at sectional draw

Parma District: Valley Forge High School, 9999 Independence, Parma Hts., Tom Schreiber, Mgr., P: 440-885-8431. Visiting team is the bottom team on bracket and will host sectional games.

Cl eveIan d St. IIgnatius #2 1

Cleveland Lincoln West

10 Cleveland St. Ignatius #2

Mon .• May 8- 4:30p.m.

Mon., May 1 -4:30p.m.

6

at Valley Forge H.S.

Parma Hts. Valley Forge

at Valley Forge H.S.

Parma Hts. Valley Forge

10

Cleveland John Marshall

4

0

Lakewood St. Edward #3

Cleveland South

10

4

Midpark (16-9)

at lakewood H.S.

District Champion To Regional Semifinal at Shelby H.S. vs. Bowling Green Winner Fri., May 26- 5:00p.m.

6 Lakewood #4

Tue., May 9- 4:30p.m.

Bedford

3

3

2

9

8

Middleburg Hts. Midpark

7

at Lakewood H.S.

Tue.• May 9 -4:30p.m.

Tue., May 2- 4:30p.m.

at Midpark H.S.

Middleburg Hts. Midpark

at Parma H.S.

District Semifinal Sat. May 20- 7:00 p.m.

Garfield Heiohts #5

Parma

Middleburg Heights

District Final

Sun., May 21 • 5:00 p.m.

at Bedford H.S.

9 innings

Middleburg Hts. Midpark

3

0

2

Tua., May 2- 4:30p.m.

Cleveland Rhodes

at Lakewood H.S.

Lakewood St. Edward #3

at John Marshall H.S.

Cleveland John Marshall

Lakewood #4 Bedford

1

Tue., May 9- 4:30 p.m.

Tue., May 2-4:30 p.m.

at South H.S.

Cleveland St. Ignatius #2

District Semifinal

Sat, May 20 • 4:30 p.m.

-

Middleburg Hts. Midpark

9

10

4

Bowling Green District: Warren E. Steller Field, BGSU, 43403. Jim Elsasser, Mgr., P: 419-372-2401 Bowling Green Sectional: Bowling Green Carter Park, Campbell Rd., Bowling Green 43402. Tim Dunn, Mgr., P: 419-3524335

BowlinQ Green #2 Perrvsburo #2

9

Wed., May 3- 5:00p.m.

Bowling Green #2

5

at Bowling Green Carter Park

Perrvsburo #2

at Bowling Green Carter Pari<

Findlav#S

15

Tue., May 9- 5:00p.m.

5

2

District Semifinal

Whitehouse Anthony Wayne #1

Thu., May 18 • 5:00p.m.

Celina#4

2 Celina#4

Thu., May 4- 5:00p.m.

at Bowling Green Carter Pari<

Lima Senior #6

3 May 17-6:00 p.m.

1

Whitehse Anthony Wayne #1

at Bowling Green Carter Pari<

Whitehouse Anthony Wayne #1

7

11

Ma nsfield Sectional: Mansfield Madison H.S., 600 Esley Ln., Mansfield 44905. Ji m VanTilburg, Mgr., P: 419-589-2112

Fremont Ross #2 Ashland

5

at Warren E. Steller Field, BGSU

District Champion To Regional Semifinal et Shelby H.S. vs. Parma Winner Fri., May 26- 5:00p.m.

Ashland

Ashland

6

1

2

I

10

Thu .• May 4- 5:00p.m.

18

Mansfield Madison Comp. #1

et Mansfield Madison H.S.

0

Mansfield Madison Comp. #1

at Mansfield Madison H.S.

Tue., May 9- 5:00 p.m.

Sandusky

at Mansfield Madison H.S.

District Semifinal

Wed., May 17- 5:00 p.m.

Mansfield Madison Comp. #1

Mansfield Senior

Whitehouse Anthony Wayne (21-4)

at Mansfield Madison H.S.

at Mansfield Madison H.S.

Sandusky

District Final

SaL, May 20-1:00 p.m.

5

Mon., May 8- 5:00p.m.

Mon., May 1 - 5:00 p.m.

Marion HardinQ

3

at Bowling Green Carter Pari<

1

3

1


2006 OHSAA Sectional/District Baseball Tournament Brackets Division I, Region 4-Cincinnati University of Cincinnati, 327 Fifth Third Arena, Cincinnati 45211. Scott Wilhoit, Mgr., P: 513-556-2170. # - indicates seed at sectional draw

Cincinnati 1 District: Cincinnati Midland Complex-Nelson Homan, Mgr., P:513-515-4769 Cincinnati 1 Upper Sectional: Nelson Homan, Mgr., P: 513-515-4769.

c·mcmna · rs 1 >vcamore Cincinnati Withrow

3

Mon., May 8- 3:00p.m.

Cincinnati Glen Este

Cincinnati Glen Este

4

18

4

Mon., May 8- 5:30p.m.

12

4

at Midland Upper Field

Wed., May 10-3:00 p.m.

Cin. Archbishop Moeller #2

at Midland Upper Field

Batavia Amelia

at Midland Upper Field

Cincinnati Aiken

Cin. Archbishop Moeller #2

Sectional Final Fri., May 12- 4:30p.m.

Cin. Archbishop Moeller #2 Batavia Amelia

2

at Midland Upper Field

at Midland Upper Field

Cincinnati Glen Este

2

Wed., May 10 ·5:30p.m.

9

2

1

Cincinnati Archbishop

District Final

Cine innati 3 Lower Sectional: Bill Stewart, Mgr., P: 513-942-2999

Cincinnati Oak Hills #3

Fri., May 19

Moeller (23-6)

et Cincinnati Midland Complex

District Champion To Regional Semifinal at Univ. of Cincinnati vs. Cincinnati 4 Winner Fri., May 26- 2:00p.m.

10 Cincinnati Oak Hills #3

ppd. to Fri .. May 12- 5:30 p.m.

5

at Colerain H.S.

Cincinnati Northwest #9

0

Sectional Final

Tue., May 16- 4:30p.m.

Cincinnati LaSalle #2 Cincinnati Colerain #6

14

Cincinnati Colerain #6

at Oak Hills H.S.

Cincinnati Oak Hills #3

at Fairfield

Cincinnati Colerain #6

at Oak Hills H.S.

Mon., May 8 · 4:30 p.m.

Cincinnati Hughes Center #8

1

2

ppd. to Fri., May 12. 5:30p.m.

4

2

0

Cincinnati 4 District: Cincinnati Midland Complex-Nelson Homan, Mgr., P:513-515-4769 Fairborn Lower Sectional: Dave Wedderburn, Mgr., P: 937·372·6030.

Sspnngnel . fi dN orth#2 SprinQfield South #9

2

4 Springfield North #2

Thu., May 11 ·5:30p.m.

10

Mon., May 8 ·5:00p.m.

Piqua #7

Piqua #7

2

Sectional Final

Troy#3

4

at Springfield Municipal Stadium

Springfield North #2

3

3

Sidney#6

6

Mon., May 15 ·4:00p.m.

Mon .. May 8 ·5:00p.m.

New Carlisle Tecumseh #11

Sidney #6

at Springfield Municipal Stad.

Sidney#6

4

10

District Anal

2

Sat., May 20 ·3:00p.m.

Cincinnati Elder (26-3)

at Cincinnati Midland Complex

District Champion To Regional Semifinal at Univ. of Cincinnati vs. Cincinnati 1 Winner Fri., May 26- 2:00p.m.

Cin cinnati 3 Upper Sectional: Bill Stewart, Mgr., P: 513·942-2999 Harrison #4

4 Cincinnati St. Xavier #5

ppd. to Fri., May 12 · 3:00 p.m.

1

at Harrison H.S.

Cincinnati St. Xavier #5

-

7

Sectional Final

Cincinnati Elder #1

Mon., May 15-4:30 p.m.

Cincinnati Elder #1 Cincinnati Mt. Healthy

7

Mon., May 8 · 4:30 p.m.

Cincinnati Elder #1

at Oak Hills H.S.

6

at St. Xavier H.S.

ppd. to Fri., May 12- 3:00 p.m.

Cincinnati Mt. Healthy

at Colerain H.S.

Cincinnati Western Hills #1 0

5

4

10

7


Division I, Region 4-Cincinnati

'

#- indicates seed at sectional draw

Cincinnati 3 District: Cincinnati Midland Complex-Nelson Homan, Mgr., P:513¡515-4769 Fairborn Upper Sectional: Dave Wedderburn, Mgr., P: 937-372-6030. Vandalia Butler #1 Xenia #8

5

Xenia #8 Fairbom#10

0

Sectional Final

Vandalia Butler #1

11

12

0

at Springfield Municipal Stadium

Mon., May 15

Clayton Northmont #5

at Springfield Municipal Stad.

Mon., May 8- 5:00p.m.

Greenville #4 Trotwood-Madison #12

14

4 Clayton Northmont #5

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Monday, May 22, 2006 10:49 AM

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Moeller Faculty & Staff; Balbach, William E. 2006; Baltes, Christopher M. 2006; Belza, Thomas C. 2007; Bobinski, Brain M. 2007; Burkhart, Daniel P. 2007; Cisper, Jason P. 2006; Corna, David A. 2007; Hunter, Wynn G. 2007; Kovacs, Michael F. 2007; Mock, Jeffrey M. 2006; Neuwirth, Michael B. 2006; Oltorik, Ross D. 2008; Robinett, Bryan T. 2006; Rodriguez, Ryan F. 2007; Rohlfs, Nicholas M. 2007; Schmitt, Eric M. 2007; Seiler, Frank W. 2006; Stacy, Adam G. 2007; Sunderman, Richard V. 2007; Wilson, Jeffrey D. 2007; Wimmers, Alexander M. 2007

Subject: Regional Baseball All, Please excuse the members of the baseball team this Friday at 11:15 a.m. for the Regional baseball tournament at UC. Any juniors needing to finish their B-2 exam should do so and join us when finished with the exam. Thanks for your cooperation and understanding. Juniors: Tom Belza, Brian Bobinski, Dan Burkhart, Dave Corna, Wynn Hunter, Mike Kovacs, Ryan Rodriguez, Nick Rohlfs, Eric Schmitt, Adam Stacy, Rick Sunderman, Jeff Wilson, Alex Wimmers Sophomore: Ross Oltorik

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Game Summaries - Freshmen Moeller 16, Fairfield 5 (Scrimmage) The Moeller Freshman Baseball Team opened the 2006 season with at 16-5 scrimmage victory over the Fairfield Indians. Behind the opening day pitching of Ian Hundley, Andrew Kamphake, Kelley Barnes and Ryan Gran, the frosh banged out 7 hits. Bryan Beaver and Keith Rieman collected 3 hits each. A big inning ending double play was turned in by Brett Cisper to Mike Seifert to John Farfsing.

Moeller 11, Lakota West 0 (Scrimmage) Bryan Beaver and Patrick Donovan combined to pitch a one hit shutout of the Lakota West Thunderbirds. The duo struck out seven in the six inning game. Seven Crusader players banged out hits to lead Moeller to its second scrimmage victory. Keith Rieman had a two out bases loaded line drive double to knock in three of Moeller's 11 runs. Bryan Beaver also had three RBI's. Alex Fishback, Brett Cisper, Ian Hundley, Mike Seifert and John Farfsing all chipped in with base hits.

Moeller 2, Sycamore 0 The Moeller Freshmen opened the regular season with a 2-0 shutout victory over the Sycamore Avia tors. Moeller's Bryan Beaver also won the pitching duel over Sycamore's Matt Mendlesohn. Beaver, who gave up two hits and faced the minimum of21 batters over 7 innings. This was aided by nine strikeouts and a triple play pulled off by the Crusader defense. Moeller did not score until the sixth inning when with one out, John Farfsing had a pinch hit walk, Mike Seifert reached on an error which sent pinch runner Matt Welker to second. Keith Rieman was hit by the pitch and Matt Ceddia belted a double to left center field scoring Welker and Seifert for Big Moe's two runs. Matt Ceddia and David Stenger each had two hits with Keith Rieman, Brett Cisper, Ryan Gran, Sage Iacovone adding hits. Moeller record is 1-0

Moeller 6, LaSalle 0 'fhe Moeller Freshmen recorded their second shutout is as many games by defeating GCL foe, LaSalle Lancers. Ian Hundley and Patrick Donovon combined to toss a thriller. Hundley went six innings scattering three hits while walking three and striking out six Lancer batters. The Crusaders were not able to plate any runs off starter Blake Lehmann until the top of the seventh inning when with one out, Lehmann walked Mike Seifert and Keith Rieman. Matt Ceddia reached on an error by the shortstop to load the bases. LaSalle changed pitchers and he was greeted by back-to-back-to-back base hits from Brett Cisper, Bryan Beaver and Ryan Gran who each drove in runs. John Farfsing walked with bases loaded to collect Moeller's fourth run of the inning. With two outs, Derek Bresnen singled driving in Moeller's last two runs to seal the 6-0 win. The Moeller Freshman are 2-0 on the season and 1-0 in the CGL. http://homepages.moeller. org/baseball/basefrsum06 .html

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Moeller 6, Elder 3 â&#x20AC;˘ The Moeller Freshman caged the Elder Panthers in a GCL showdown at Riverfront Field by a 6-3 margin. Once again, the Crusaders scored all their runs in one inning, this time it was the second inning. Designated Hitter Hadley Bohanan led off the inning by hitting a shot to the leftfield wall. David Stenger singled sending Bohanan home. Derek Bresnen and Mike Seifert walked loading the bases. Keith Rieman grounded out to second scoring Stenger. Matt Ceddia grounded out scoring Bresnen. With two outs Brett Cisper and Bryan Beaver walked and Ryan Gran hit a laser to right scoring the final three runs. Keith Rieman had a double and pinch hitter Alex Fishback and Mike Seifert added base hits. Bryan Beaver turned in his second complete game victory allowing three earned runs on five hits, three walks, nine strikeouts and one hit batter. The Freshman record is 3-0 and 2-0 in the GCL.

Moeller 9, Anderson 5 The Moeller Freshman extended their record to 4-0 today by downing the Anderson Redskins, 9-5. The Crusaders came out swinging in the first inning. With one out, Matt Ceddia and Brett Cisper smacked back to back singles. Bryan Beaver smacked a triple scoring Ceddia and Cisper. Beaver scored on a Hadley Bohanan fielders choice. Moeller scored again in the second when Ian Hundley reached on an error, Sage Iacovone singled and both runners moved up on a passed ball. Hundley then scored on a Keith Rieman ground ball. Three more runs were scored in the fourth on a walk by Iacovone a base hit from Rieman, a double by Ceddia and back to back single by Cisper and Beaver. Big Moe's eighth run was scored on a single from Matt Welker and a double from Daniel Rosado. Matt Ceddia was 3 for 4 with 2 RBI and Derek Bresnen added a pinch hit double. Kelley Barnes pitched six great innings in relief of Ryan Kern. Kelley allowed four runs, all unearned, three hits, two walks and seven strikeouts to pick up the Crusader win. The Freshman record is 4-0 and 2-0 in the GCL.

St. Xavier 7, Moeller 4 The Moeller Freshmen lost their first game ofthe year today to St. X, 7-4. Bryan Beaver pitched another great game allowing the Bombers only three scattered hits through 6 2/3 innings. With two down and no runners on base X collected six hits and a walk off Beaver and reliever Ian Hundley to score five runs. Moeller scored two runs in the first inning on a base hit by Keith Rieman, a walk to Matt Ceddia, a base hit by Brett Cisper and a double by Bryan Beaver. The Crusaders scored their other two runs in the third inning by never touching the ball. Walks to Bryan Beaver, Sage Icavone, adn David Stenger loaded the bases. Derek Bresnen was walked scoring Cisper and Mike Seifert was hit by the pitch to score pinch runner, Kelley Barnes. Brett Cisper was 2 for 3 and others collecting hits were David Stenger and Mike Seifert. Moeller's record goes to 4-1 and 2-1 in the GCL.

MoeJler 10, Kings 0 The Frosh got back on the winning side of the ledger by defeating Kings in a five inning shutout by Patrick Donovan and Ian Hundley. Donovan pitched three innings facing 12 batters while allowing no hits, one walk and four strikeouts. Hundley pitched the last two innings allowing two hits, two walks, one strikeout and one hit batter. The Crusaders scored early with a leadoff hit and stolen base by Keith Rieman and a base hit by Brett Cisper. Moeller did not score again until the fourth inning when Bryan Beaver led off with a double, a walk to Sage Iacovone, David Stenger drop a perfect bunt advancing Beaver and pinch runner Tony Benedetti. John Farfsing stepped up and drilled a clutch base hit (his second of the game) scoring Beaver and Benedetti. Big Moe dll'opped a seven spot on the scoreboard, with hits by Cisper, Iacovone, Stenger, Andrew Kamphake, Ryan Kern, and Matt Ceddia. Moeller record is 5-1 and 2-1 in the GCL.

Moeller 10, Kings 7 With Whitey Campbell and Coach Ebel as part of the standing room only crowd at Kings Mills Elementary School http://homepages.moeller.org/baseball/basefrsum06.html

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the Moeller Freshmen came from being down four runs to defeat Kings 10-7. Hadley Bohanan picked up the victory in relief of David Stenger pitching three innings while giving up two unearned runs on three hits, three walks and four strikeouts. Andrew Kamphake faced the minimum three batters in the seventh inning to earn the save. The Crusaders put their first run on the board in the second inning on a two out triple by Kelley Barnes and a walk by Daniel Rosado. The pair then pulled off the perfect double steal. Moeller added two more runs in the fourth inning on a hit by Bryan Beaver and a walk from John Farfsing. They then moved up on a wild pitch and were knocked in by a Derek Bresnen base hit. The next inning plated three more runs to tie the game. Matt Ceddia doubled, Brett Cisper singled and Beaver walked to load the bases for John Farfsing who cranked a line drive double to clear the bases. Michael Seifert led off the sixth inning by being hit by the pitch. Alex Fishback dropped a bunt for a base hit, Ian Hundley walked as did Farfsing and Kelley Barnes collected his second hit on the day driving in a run. Moeller scored their last run in the seventh when Seifert reached on an error and Keith Rieman clocked a pinch hit double. Moeller's record is 6-1 and 2-1 in the GCL.

Moeller 11, Princeton 2 (Scrimmage) Moeller sunk the Princeton Vikings in their third scrimmage of the year, 11-2, behind the combined pitching effort of Eric Lang, Matt Botts, and Matt Welker. Lang started the game pitching three innings and giving up two runs, both earned on three hits, three walks and one strikeout, Botts pitched two innings allowing only one walk and one strikeout and Matt Welker picked up the win facing the minimum of six batters in his two innings of work with one strikeout. Alex Fishback led off the game with a walk, stole second , went to third on a wild pitch and scored of a Brett Cisper sacrifice .fly. The Crusaders received base hits from Alex Fishback, Eric Lang, Bryan Beaver, Andrew Kamphake, Derek Bresnen, a double from Kelley Barnes, and two hits including a double from Ryan Grau.

Moeller 9, Sycamore 8 The Frosh showed some grit today by coming from behind three times to down the Sycamore Aviators, 9-8, on a clutch bottom of the seventh inning base hit by Michael Seifert. With the score tied, David Stenger led off the seventh inning with a walk. Patrick Donovan dropped a perfect sacrifice bunt and the Sycamore pitcher threw the ball wide of first sending Stenger and Donovan to second and third respectfully, setting the stage for Seifert. There were many offensive heroes in addition to Seifert in the 14 hit attack. Brett Cisper and Bryan Beaver were both 3 for 4 with Beaver picking up 3 RBI. Matt Ceddia, Ryan Grau, and Seifert all had two hits each and Keith Rieman and John Farfsing each added hits. Andrew Kamphake came in the game in relief of Kelly Barnes to pitch the last three innings to pick up the win. The Moeller record is now 7-1 and 2-1 in the GCL.

Moeller 9, McNicholas 2 The Moeller Freshman rocketed to a 9-2 victory over McNicholas today behind the timeley hitting of John Farfsing and Alex Fishback who each gathered 2 RBI. The Crusaders got on the board with a leadoff double by Keith Rieman, hits by Matt Ceddia and Brett Cisper and a fielders choice from Ryan Grau who knocked in three runs on the day. Mike Seifert collected the other Moeller hit. Ian Hundley started on the mound and pitched 4 2/3 innings allowing two earned runs on four hits with two walks and seven strikeouts. Hadley Bohanan picked up the win in relief pitching 2 113 innings retiring the seven batters he faced which included two strikeouts. The Moeller Freshman stand at 8-1 and 3-1 in the GCL.

Moeller 19 McNicholas 5 The Moeller Frosh traveled to McNicholas today and came home with their ninth win against one loss. The Crusader bats came alive today banging out 19 runs on 15 hits. Runs were scored in all five innings. Designated http://homepages.moeller.org/baseball/basefrsum06.html

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Hitter, Daniel Rosado, led the charge going 3 for 4 including a walk, RBI and two runs scored. Michael Seifert also collected three hits in four trips to the plate. Matt Ceddia was 2 for 3 with two doubles, a walk, three RBI and four runs scored. Bryan Beaver had two hits and three RBI with a double. Others adding base hits were Ryan Gran, Kelley Barnes, Andrew Kamphake, and Alex Fishback. Keith Rieman had a bases loaded double. Ryan Gran started the game and pitched three innings before giving way to a stellar relief appearance by Ryan Kern. The Freshman record is not 9-1 and 4-1 in the GCL.

Moeller 18 Colerain 4 (5 innings) The Moeller Freshman Baseball Team traveled to Colerain today to take on the Cardinals in a doubleheader. After falling behind 4-0 in the first inning, the Crusaders scored 18 unanswered runs. Kelley Barnes picked up the complete game win pitching five innings allowing four runs, three earned on six hits, three walks and eight strikeouts. Moeller answered Colerain's four runs in the bottom of the first with six runs in the second. John Farfsing walked, David Stenger reached on an error and Patrick Donovan hit a shot off the leftfield wall for the first of two doubles and three hits including a walk on the day. Michael Seifert reached on a fielders choice and Keith Rieman singled sending Donovan plate ward. Brett Cisper and Bryan Beaver singled gathering RBI. Other players contributing to Moeller's 16 hit attack were Keith Rieman 2 for 2, two RBI -Ian Hundley 2 for 2 including a double, Matt Ceddia, Eric Lang, Ryan Gran, David Stenger, and Alex Fishback all had a hit and Bryan Beaver who was 3 for 5 including four RBI. The Moeller record stands at 10-1 and 4-1 in the GCL.

Moeller 7, Colerain 6 The nightcap saw Moeller jump out to a 3-0 lead in the first inning. With two out and the bases empty, Bryan Beaver walked, Ryan Gran singled sending Beaver to second. Ian Hundley singled scoring Beaver and Sage lacovone singled home Gran and Hundley. The Frosh scored again in the fifth inning when Daniel Rosado walked and Bryan Beaver doubled off the centerfield wall. Ian Hundley walked as did Sage Iacovone and David Stenger collected his second hit on the day scoring Moeller's seventh run. Matt Botts started the game on the mound pitching four superb innings. Hadley Bohanan came in to pitch in the fifth inning to snuff out a Colerain rally and Bryan Beaver pitched the last 1 2/3 to pick up the save. The Freshman record is now 11-1 and 4-1 in the GCL.

Moeller 7, Badin 2 The Moeller freshmen baseball team took a giant step forward today by sending the Badin Rams to only their second loss of the year against 12 wins. Bryan Beaver pitched seven very strong innings to pick up the complete game win. Beaver held Badin to two unearned runs, scattering four hits on two walks, one hit batter and five strikeouts. Badin scored first in the top of the first inning. Moeller answered in the home half of the first when Keith Rieman led offthe game with a line drive base hit to center. Matt Ceddia walked as did Bryan Beaver and John Farfsing also walked to notch an RBI. The Crusaders scored two in the second on a Sage Iacovone hit, a Mike Seifert walk. Keith Rieman dropped a bunt advancing Iacovone and Seifert to second and third. A Badin balk and Ceddia sacrifice fly plated the two runs. Moeller scored again on a Bryan Beaver double and Ryan Gran single. In the home half ofthe sixth, Big Moe scored three runs with walks to Brett Cisper, Bryan Beaver and Mike Seifert, a double by Matt Ceddia and a Alex Fishback sacrifice fly. The Moeller record goes to 12-1 and 5-1 in the GCL.

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double over the right fielders head. Matt Ceddia reached on an error and Brett Cisper walked to load the bases. Bryan Beaver singled up the middle scoring Rieman and Ceddia to pick up two of his five RBI on the day. John P'arfsing then also doubled over the right fielders head scoring Beaver and pinch runner Tony Benedetti scored when David Stenger reached on an error. The Moeller second saw four more runs crossing the plate. Michael Seifert led off the inning with a line drive hit to left. Matt Ceddia walked and Brett Cisper singled scoring Seifert. Beaver followed with a walk and Ryan Gran banged out his first of three hits and picking up two of his three RBI. Keith Rieman, Brett Cisper, John Farfsing, and Mike Seifert all had two hits in the game. Ian Hundley started the game pitching 4 113 innings giving up six runs, three earned, on eight hits, two walks and two strikeouts. Ryan Gran pitched the last 2 2/3 innings scattering three hits with two walks and two strikeouts. The Frosh record is now 13-1 and 6-1 in the GCL.

LaSalle 15, Moeller 11 The Moeller Freshman could not overcome a 9-0 first inning deficit today losing a non-league game to GCL opponent LaSalle Lancers. Even though they were down nine runs, the Crusaders answered with six runs of their own in the bottom of the first. With one out, Kelley Barnes tripled and Ryan Gran doubled. Then with two outs and Gran on second, Ian Hundley walked, Andrew Kamphake singled home Gran, Eric Lang singled while Hundley scampered home. Daniel Rosado banged out a hit driving in Kamphake. After a walk to Matt Welker, Alex Fishback singled in Lang and Rosado. Hitting leaders for Moeller were Bryan Beaver 3 for 5 with two RBI, Alex Fishback 2 for 5 with two RBI, Kelley Barnes 2 for 3 and two hit by the pitch, Matt Welker 1 for 2 with two RBI. Ryan Kern started the game on the mound and was relieved by David Stenger, Hadley Bohanan and Eric Lang, who pitched a perfect seventh inning. The Moeller record is 13-2 and 6-1 to lead the GCL.

Moeller 5, Defiance 4 The Moeller Freshmen made their annual trip to northern Ohio today to take on the Defiance team who were 10-2 on the year. What a thriller!! No runs were scored in this pitching duel in which Kelley Barnes took a giant step forward. Barnes dominated for sinx innings scattering only three hits and no runs with two walks and six strikeouts. They went on to score four runs in the home half of the seventh on - two off Barnes and two off reliever Bryan Beaver. Moeller scored first in the sixtth inning of the 0-0 game. Matt Ceddia led off with a single and was moved up on a Brett Cisper sacrifice bunt. Bryan Beaver singled sending Ceddia to third when Ryan Gran drove him in with the first run of the game. David Stenger walked to load the bases and Sage Iacovone also walked sending Beaver plateward. Michael Seifert hit a ball back to the pitcher who threw wild to first scoring pinch runner Tony Benedetti and Stenger. Moeller scored what proved to be the winning run on Bryan Beaver's second hit and a Ryan Gran double off the right field wall. But the big play of the day was in the bottom of the seventh tinning with the score 5-4 and a man on second. The Defiance batter lined a single to right field and David Stenger came up throwing. He hit John Farfsing in the middle ofthe infield who threw a seed to Sage Iacovone who blocked the plate snuffing out the tying run. Moeller wins!!! Moeller wins!!!!! Hitting leaders were Ryan Gran 3 for 5, Matt Ceddia and Bryan Beaver 2 for 4 with Brett Cisper and John Farfsing each gathering hits. Moeller record is 14-2 and 6-1 in the GCL.

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John Farfsing drew a walk and Michael Seifert came up big with a double scoring Stenger and pinch runner Kelley Barnes. Bryan had a little more fight in the seventh knotting the score at four all to send the game to extra innings. In true Moeller Baseball fashion, it did not take long. Bryan Beaver led off the eighth with his second hit on the day. Eric Lang executed the hit and run to perfection scoring Beaver from second. Alex Fishback and Derek Bresnen followed with hits each driving in a run to put Moeller up for good. Hitting leaders were Matt Ceddia, Bryan Beaver and Alex Fishback who all had two hits with Lang, Stenger, Bresnen and Seifert adding hits. Andrew Kamphake pitched 6 2/3 of masterful baseball with a tremendous relief job from Hadley Bohanan who picked up the win. Hadley entered the game with the winning run at second base and the four hole hitter at bat. He struck him out and pitched the seventth allowing only one hit. Moeller record now stands at 15-1 overall.

Moeller 5, Fairview JV 3 Moeller picked up their 16th win of the season by defeating a huge Fairview JV team. The story line here was the pitching of starter Matt Botts and reliever Ryan Kern. Matt seemed in control pitching 5 l/3 innings allowing three runs, all earned on three hits with two walks and three strikeouts. With the score 5-3 and two runners on base, Ryan Kern came in to slam the door on Fairview. Kern pitched 1 2/3 innings with one hit and one strikeout to get the save. The heart and soul of the Moeller offense in this game was Daniel Rosado who came up big in every at bat. Daniel went 3 for 3 with two RBI and a double. Others getting hits in this game were Kelley Barnes, John Farfsing, Sage Iacovone and Matt Welker. The Freshman record is now 16-2 and 6-1 to lead the GCL.

Moeller 8, St. Xavier 7 The Moeller Crusader freshman baseball team stepped up big time today winning their 14th GCL Championship in the last 16 years by defeating The St Xavier Bombers, 8-7. Coming from a three run deficit, the Crusaders scored four runs in the fifth inning to take the lead 6-5. With one out, Matt Ceddia reached on and error. Brett Cisper walked and Bryan Beaver singled to load the bases. Ryan Grau smacked a base hit scoring Ceddia and Cisper and Beaver went to third. John Farfsing then lofted a sacrifice fly to center scoring Beaver. Moeller was not done yet. David Stenger then singled Grau home fron second for the fourth run. The Bombers would not lay down. They scored two runs in the bottom of the fifth inning to go up 7-6. Ian Hundley came in relief of Bryan Beaver to get the last two outs in the fifth and then ground the Bombers in the sixth and seventh innings to gain the win. Moeller tied it up in the the sixth when Mike Seifert hit a line shot to left. Keith Rieman dropped a bunt moving Seifert to second and scored on a Brett Cisper single. Big Moe took the lead in the seventh when Bryan Beaver walked, went to second and third on fielders choices and scored on a St. Xavier wild pitch. Hitting leaders for Moeller were Matt Ceddia 2 for 4 with two doubles and one RBI, Bryan Beaver 2 for 3 with one RBI and a walk, Ryan Grau 2 for 4 with two RBI, Michael Seifert 2 for 3 and David Stenger and Brett Cisper with a hit each. The freshman record is not 17-2 and 7-1 to capture a piece of the GCL Championship.

Moeller 8, Anderson 4 The Moeller Freshmen collected their 18th win of the season by beating Anderson 8-4 today. Four Moeller pitchers teamed up to hold the feisty Anderson team at bay. Starter Andrew Kamphake and Hadley Bohanan combined to pitch the first four innings while Ryan Kern pitched the fifth and sixth innings allowing only one unearned run on two hits with two walks and a strikeout to pick up the win. Kelley Barnes pitched the seventh inning and struck out the side. Moeller scored early. A leadoff hit by Alex Fishback and a double by Matt Ceddia scored the first run. Brett Cis per followed with one of his three hits to drive in Ceddia. The Crusaders sent home two more in the second when Kelley Barnes walked, Ian Hundley singled, Tony Benedetti walked and Alex Fishback singled driving in Barnes and Hundley. The big blow came on an Ian Hundley double scoring Ryan Grau and Kelley Barnes who has singled before him in the fifth inning. Hitting leaders were Alex Fishback 2 for 3, two RBI, Brett Cisper 3 for 4 with two RBI, Ryan Grau 2 for 4 Ian Hundley 2 for 3 with three RBI. Others collecting hits were Daniel Rosado and Kelley Barnes. The freshman record is 18-2 and 7-1 to lead the GCL.

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Moeller 15, Oak Hills 3 Moeller's Freshmen Crusaders downed the Oak Hills Highlanders today in five innings by a score of 15-3. Matt Botts started on the hill and pitched four innings allowing one run on two hits with one walk and six strikeouts to gain the win. Eric Lang pitched the fifth inning to close the Highlanders out. Moeller hitters came alive in the fourth inning scoring 11 of their 15 runs. With one out, Michael Seifert reached on an error and scored on a Kelley Barnes triple. Brett Cisper walked and Bryan Beaver tripled followed by back to back to back singles from Ryan Grau, Ian Hundley and Daniel Rosado. Alex Fishback walked then Kelley Barnes banged his second hit of the inning and third of the game. Beaver , Grau and Hundley walked to round out the scoring. Hitting leaders for the game were Kelley Barnes 3 for 3 including a triple, a walk two RBI and four runs scored. Brett Cisper 2 for 2 with two walks, two runs and three RBI. Daniel Rosado 2 for 3 with one run and one RBI. Others getting hits were Bryan Beaver, Ryan Grau, and Ian Hundley. The Freshman record is 19-2 and 7-1 in the GCL.

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