Jefferson 10, Lakeside 0
at JAGS Complex
Lakeside 000 000— 0 3 1
Jefferson 030 061— 10 11 3
n Lakeside — Brianna Leonard and Kristin Keasling.
n Jefferson — McKenzie Wilber and Ariann Barile.
n WP — Wilber (1-0). LP — Leonard (0-1).
n HR — None. 3B — Sarah Busch (J), Deanna Comp (J), Barile (J). 2B — Courtney Smith (L); Kaycee Fusco (J).
n Other — Leonard (L) 5 IP, 11 H, 10 R, 7 ER, 2 K, 2 BB on the mound; Wilber (J) 6 IP, 3 H, 0 R, 2 K, 0 BB on the mound, 2 R at the plate; Amanda Krause (J) 2 RBI.
n Records — Lakeside 0-1; Jefferson 1-0.
n Next games — Lakeside at Cardinal, Thursday; Jefferson at Fitch, today (5).
n Umpires — Henry Masimore, Ron Book.
n JV — Jefferson, 14-5.
Outlaws win opener
The Ohio Outlaws Gold did not start well at the USA-ASA 16-and-under Nationals in Salem, Va. on Monday, but they sure did finish their opening encounter with a flourish.
Racing remains at the fore
Raceway 7’s Crate Late Models had an unsanctioned $1000 to win 25-lap feature with Kyle Zimmerman picking up the lion’s share of the glory after leading the entire distance for his first win of 2014.
While it seems only yesterday school was letting out and summer vacation was starting, the time for respite will have the curtain drop for area high school football players this week.
AREA HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL SCRIMMAGES:
TUESDAY, AUG. 12
- Lake Catholic at Perry (10)
Outlaws gunning for national title in Virginia
There’s gold in their name and that’s just what the Ohio Outlaws Gold softball squad is gunning for at the USA-ASA 16-and-under Nationals this week in Salem, Va.
A Don McCormack column:Easton on right pitch in Florida
Paying a Monday morning visit to the variety store...
The second summer as a professional baseball player has been an excellent one for Brandon Easton, to this point.
Outdoors Insider, with Dale Sunderlin: OEW doing good job of passing it on
On July 18, 19 and 20, the Ashtabula County Wildlife Conservation League (ACWCL) along with Ashtabula Rod & Gun Club (ARGC) held their annual OEW (Outdoor Education Weekend) Weekend.
Vaulting to The Rock
When Jefferson’s Kaydee DeVivo first started pole vaulting as a freshman for the Falcons, she knew it was the event for her.
VanHoy racing on
Geneva track star Hailey VanHoy had a near unbelievable run of success during her final months running for the Eagles.
Just minutes after Geneva’s Danielle Nicholson holed out on the 18th green at the Gray Course at Ohio State University during her freshman year to win the 2011 Division I state championship, the recruitment process of where she would go to college began.
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