PERKINS TWP. — Perkins softball pushed across four runs in the bottom of the first and didn’t look back, because the Pirates’ Addi Obermeyer controlled the game in the circle.
Oak Harbor 13, Toledo Start 3 (5 innings)
Obermeyer pitched a complete game, allowing four hits and two runs while striking out three. Perkins’ offense was led by Cameron Kaufman, Kelley Baker and Tristen Shullick, a trio with two hits apiece. Kaufman had a home run, and Baker had a triple. Rylee Yates also doubled for Perkins in the home victory.
TOLEDO — It was a banner offensive day for Oak Harbor on the road. Porter Gregory went 3-for-3 with four RBI. Ellie Hanselman went 3-for-4 with three runs. Kori Helle had two hits, including a home run, and Reagan Schultz and Emily Sommers had multi-hit days, too.
Oak Harbor 170 32 — 13 15 3
Toledo Start 100 20 — 3 5 1
The win moves the Rockets to 9-5 on the season, and it’s the second consecutive hitting outburst for Oak Harbor, which had a 14-2 win over Willard on Wednesday.
WP: Reagan Schultz. LP: Bee
2B: (OH) Emily Sommers; (TS) Collins. HR: (OH) Kori Helle
Clyde 14, Oak Harbor 10 OAK HARBOR — Clyde won by a football score on the road, moving to 6-7 on the season and 3-3 in SBC Lake Division play.
The Fliers got three-hit days from Mark Odell, Zach Hickman and Will Lozier. Hickman, Dillon Overmyer, Trevor Phillips and Nate Montgomery all drove in two runs apiece. Oak Harbor had three-hit games from four players in defeat: Grant Belcher, Gunner Gregg, Collin Fauver and Ryan Friar.
Clyde 104 540 0 — 14 17 1
Oak Harbor 021 312 1 — 10 19 3 WP: Trevor Phillips. LP: Gunner Gregg
2B: (C) Will Lozer, Zach Hickman, Dillon Overmyer, Mason Dick, Nate Montgomery; (OH) Ryan Friar (2), Hayden Craig, Karter Latji, Collin Fauver. 3B: (OH) Gunner Gregg
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