Rebels outlast United
COLUMBIANA — Crestview exploded for 10 runs in the fourth inning to down United 16-2 in five innings on Saturday.
Sam Campbell had three hits and three RBIs for the Rebels. Tyler Milhorn and Carter Blakeman had home runs.
Crestview is 5-3.
Dante Rapp had a hit and RBI for the Eagles, 2-5.
Crestview hosts Brookfield today.
CR — Tyler Milhorn, wp (5IP, 5K, 0BB)
UN — Parker Berdine, lp (3 2/3IP, 3K, 2BB), Loudon Stryffeler (1/3IP, 1K, 0BB)
Minerva 10, Lisbon 1
MINERVA — Lisbon dropped a 10-1 decision to Minerva on Saturday.
Brayden Flory led the Devils with two hits and an RBI.
Lisbon is 4-4 and is at East Palestine today.
LI-Tyler Welsh, lp (2IP, 2K, 1BB), Hunter Sturgeon (2IP, 3K, 1BB), Damien McCormick (2IP, 0K, 0BB)
MI-Kimble, wp (7IP, 10K, 3BB)
West Branch 18, Hubbard 3
NILES — West Branch banged out 12 hits in a 18-3 win over Hubbard in five innings on Saturday at Eastwood Field.
Nick Wilson had three hits and two RBIs for the winners, 7-2. David Cunningha, had two doubles and two RBIs. Josh Meissner had two hits and two RBIs.
Hubbard is 2-8.
WB–David Cunningham, wp (3IP, 3K, 1BB), Garrison Martin (1IP, 1K, 1BB), Carter Holodnak (1IP, 0K, 1BB) and Tanner Egli
HB–Wukelich, lp (1IP, 1K, 1BB)
at Lake Center (DH)
HARTVILLE — Heartland Christian’s baseball team split a a doubleheader with Lake Center Christian on Saturday.
The Lions won the first game 14-3.
Caleb Graft had two singles, a double and four RBIs to lead the Lions to a 14-3 win in the first game. Aaron Gault added two hits and two RBIs. Zach Labon had two hits and three RBIs.
The second game went to Lake Center 14-11.
Steven Baker, Gault, Graft and Jake Walker had two hits each for Heartland.
HC–Hayden Stewart, wp (6IP, 1BB, 4K), Drew Walker (1IP, 0BB, 1K) and Aaron Gault.
LC–K. Byler, lp ( 4 1/3IP, 2BB, 4K), K. Gottschick (1 1/3IP, 3BB, 0K), H/ Coblentz (1 1/3IP, 1BB, 1K)
LC–T. Fulk (1/3IP, 5BB, 0K), J. Spickard, wp (4 2/3IP, 1BB, 1K), D. Maninga (2IP, 1BB, 1K)
HC–Will Morgan, lp (2IP, 2BB, 2K), Nate Garzanich (0IP, 3BB, 0K), Drew Walker (4IP, 3BB, 3K) and Tom Kling.