SATURDAY, APRIL 20
Madison at Wickliffe, also vs. Benedictine (DH, 10)
GV at Mineral Ridge (DH, 11)
GRA at Geneva (DH, 1)
Liberty at Jefferson (1)
Riveside vs. Kirtland, Westlake at Perry (TBA)
Fairport at Conneaut (DH, 11)
Lakeside at Cardinal (DH, 12)
Bay at Perry (12)
Madison at South Range Tournament (DH, TBA)
PV at South Range Tournament (DH, TBA)
Jefferson vs. Poland (at Boardman High School, 11:45)
Jefferson vs. TBD (at Boardman High School, 1:30 or 3:15)
Edgewood vs. Ursuline, Strikeout Cancer Tournament (Candlelight Knolls, 11)
Edgewood vs. West Branch, Strikeout Cancer Tournament (Candlelight Knolls, 1)
Riverside at Mentor (DH, 11)
Edgewood, Madison, Geneva, GV, Jefferson, Riverside, Lakeside at Perry Relays (TBA)
Jefferson at Rocky River Inv. (8)
SATURDAY, APRIL 20
Tribe bests Royals
The top of the Cleveland lineup has been starting to hit. If that continues, it will bode very well for the team.
Walk on the wild side
Going into the bottom of the third inning Tuesday, things were looking pretty good for the Madison Blue Streaks at Edgewood.
A Rich Kelly column: Rick Peck... his legacy born at CLA
We all leave a legacy of our persona as we pass from this world to whatever the future holds for us.
Edgewood 14, Madison 3
at Higgins Field, Edgewood
Area High School Softball Statistical Leaders:
INDIVIDUAL BATTING (minimum 15 at-bats)
PLAYER SCHOOL AVG OB% SLG% AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SB
Brittany Baitt Riverside .645 .667 .806 31 11 20 3 1 0 8 0
Cassidy DiFranco Riverside .588 .632 .647 17 7 10 1 0 0 0 0
Alyssa Chadwick Conneaut .563 .630 .625 32 12 18 2 1 0 6 5
Alyssa Irons Jefferson .526 .526 .632 19 5 10 0 1 0 9 2
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 23
Niles McKinley at Lakeside (4:30)
Bloomfield at Conneaut (4:30)
Maplewood at Grand Valley (4:30)
Riverside at Edgewood (4:30)
PV at Mathews (4:30)
Orange at Perry (4:30)
Royals crown Wahoos to split first two games
The concerns about Indians starter Danny Salazar continue to grow.
Warriors whack Struthers
Edgewood softball coach Steve Cunha’s main focus for the season centers on his team playing well in the All-American conference. In their inaugural season as part of the AAC, the Warriors continued their strong start by defeating visiting Struthers, 8-2, on Monday afternoon.
Falcons go the extra Niles
Jefferson coach Scott Barber knows good things usually happen when you put the ball in play and put pressure on the opposing team’s defense.
Three Ashtabula area runners joined 36,000 of their closest friends Monday during the 118th rendition of the Boston Marathon.
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