Champion 7, PV 4
Champion 000 004 3— 7 5 1
PV 210 000 1 — 4 8 9
n Champion — James Naylor and Kris Martinick.
n PV — Hunter Rhoades and Travis Kiser.
n WP — Naylor. LP — Rhoades.
n HR — None. 3B — None. 2B — Martinick (C); Rhoades (PV), Mason Lipani (PV).
n Other —Rob Douglas (C) 2 R, Martinick (C) 2 H, Brandon McFarland (C) 2 RBI, Naylor (C) 7 IP, 7 H, 4 ER, 8 SO, 1 BB on the mound; Kiser (PV) 2 H, 2 SB, Rhoades (PV) 7 IP, 5 H, 7 R, 3 ER, 4 SO, 2 BB on the mound.
n Records — Champion 6-14; PV 11-15.
n Next games — PV at Southington, Wednesday (4:30).
Conneaut 6, Canfield 1
Conneaut 000 330 0— 6 12 2
Canfield 100 000 0 — 1 8 0
n Conneaut — Lexi Zappitelli and Tori Simek.
n Canfield — Alexa Schmidt and Laura Beck.
n WP — L. Zappitelli (10-1). LP — Schmidt.
n HR — None. 3B — None. 2B — Danni Heinonen, Megan Picard, Taylor Kantola.
n Other —Angie Zappitelli (Co) 2 H, 2 R, Heinonen (Co) 2 H, Picard (Co) 2 H, 3 RBI, Kantola (Co) 2 H, L. Zappitelli (Co) 7 IP, 8 H, 1 R, 0 ER, 8K, 3 HBP, 1 BB on the mound; Rachel Tinkey (Ca) 2 H, Kayley Keller (Ca) 2 HBP at the plate, Schmidt (Ca) 7 IP, 12 H, 6 ER, 3 K, 0 BB on the moud
n Records — Conneaut 13-1; Canfield 17-5.
n Next games — (6) Jefferson-(8) West Geauga winner at Conneaut, Jefferson Division III sectional championship, Wednesday (4:30).
n JV — Canfield, 13-0.
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