Morning Journal Players of the Week

Baseball

Eric Lauer, Midview

Pitched a complete game, no-hitter in a 6-0 win over Lakewood. The Kent State commit threw seven innings, striking out 13 Rangers. At the plate, Lauer hit a double and drove in a run.

Softball

Sara Lowman, Keystone

Capped off an 11-pitch at-bat in the bottom of the seventh with a walk-off single to lift the Wildcats to a 4-3 win over North Ridgeville on the first day of the 8th Annual Prebis Memorial Classic. The freshman also came through in the circle, allowing just four hits. In a 9-0 win over Twinsburg the following day, Lowman threw a two-hitter while striking out six.

Boys Track

Brentten Wiley, Avon

Placed first in the 100 meter hurdles (15.27) and second in the 300 meter hurdles (39.75) at the Comet Relays. The Eagles placed fifth as a team with 48 points.

Girls Track

Erin Kasper, Amherst

Had a great all-around performance to help lead Amherst to a win at the Comet Relays. Kasper guided Amherst to a first place finish in the high jump relay, coming in first after clearing 5-feet, 4 inches. Kasper leaped 16-5 in the long jump relay, the third longest jump at the event.

Tennis

Harry Love, Norwalk

Went 2-0 at the second singles flight in matches against Edison and Shelby before winning the second singles championship at the Clyde Invite. Norwalk finished as team champions at the Clyde Invite.



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Last Updated: 5/2/2013 10:59:01 PM EST

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