Tuesday, May 5 Area Sports Scoreboard

St. Marys' Michael Hastreiter records the final out as the Roughriders clinch a share of the WBL title on Tuesday against Wapakoneta. (Staff Photo/Brian Smith)
Staff Writer


Tuesday, May 5
WBL Baseball

St. Marys 7, Wapakoneta 6: St. Marys held off a furious late rally from Wapakoneta to capture its first WBL title share since 2001. The Riders finished the WBL season at 8-1, tying them with Celina atop the league standings.

  • Bath 5, Kenton 4
  • Celina 6, Shawnee 5
  • Defiance 3, Van Wert 0
  • Ottawa-Glandorf 10, Elida 4


MAC Baseball
Coldwater 7, Minster 6: Coldwater rallied from down 6-0 in the final two innings to upend Minster in a fundraiser game for Hospice in Minster. Both teams have two losses in the MAC.

Minster head coach Mike Wiss put the loss into its proper perspective. “We had a nine game winning streak coming into this game,” Wiss said. “We played a good team on a beautiful day. We donated money to Hospice and we had a great Senior Night. Did we lose? Yes, but there was nothing to be sad about.”

  • Delphos St. John’s 4, Versailles 3
  • Fort Recovery 16, New Knoxville 0
  • Marion Local 9, New Bremen 2
  • St. Henry 3, Parkway 0

WBL Softball

Wapakoneta 10, St. Marys 0: Wapakoneta's Megan Fisher threw a no-hitter in the win.

  • Bath 7, Kenton 1
  • Celina 2, Shawnee 1
  • Defiance 5, Van Wert 1
  • Elida 8, Ottawa-Glandorf 6

MAC Softball

  • New Bremen 13, Fort Recovery 2
  • Parkway 11, Marion Local 3
  • Wayne Trace 7, Minster 0

WBL Boys Tennis

  • Van Wert 3, Defiance 2
  • Ottawa-Glandorf 3, Elida 2
  • Findlay 5, Wapakoneta 0
  • Kenton 4, Clyde 1

Track and Field

The New Bremen girls and the St. Marys boys track teams earned wins in a tri-meet at Memorial High School on a sunny, warm Tuesday night. The Cardinal girls scored 66 points, outlasting second-place Versailles (59 points) and St. Marys (24 points). The Roughriders boys scored 68 points to get past second-place Versailles (63 points) and New Bremen (18 points).

St. Marys boys winners were Cam Swanson in the 100 meter dash (11.4), the 800 meter relay team of Eric Spicer, Zach Lemmerman, Cam Swanson and Dakota McVety (1:34.4), Matthew Jutte in the mile (4:56.8), the 400 meter relay team of Spicer, Austin Tester, Julius Fisher and Swanson (44.9), Randy Slife in the 800 (2:13.5), Matt Patten in the discus (124-7), Stuart Yahl in the high jump (6-0), Dakota McVety in t he long jump (19-5) and Cameron Bowman in the pole vault (12-0).

New Bremen winners were the  3200 meter relay team of Lilly Hirschfeld, Bailey Bronkema, Aly Elking and Makenna Brackman (9:58.8), the 800 meter relay team of Jane Homan, Teresa Homan, Julia Goettamoeller and Maddy Moeller (1:58.8), Makenna Brackman in the 800 (2:28.4), the 1600 meter relay team of Shelby Paul, Brackman, Hirschfeld and Paige Jones (4:09.5), Paige Kuck in the discus (92-6), Jane Homan in the high jump (4-10), Steph Brandt in the long jump (16-3), Maddy Moeller in the shot put (34-8),
St. Marys winners were Kami Menchofer in the 100 hurdles (16.7), Kelly Wilker in the mile (5:39.0), the 400 meter relay team of Menchofer, Josie Bowman, Jill Schmitmeyer and Rachel Meier (53.3),