Keystone Wildcats nab 20th win of season in PAC win (Varsity Roundup)

LAGRANGE — Keystone continued its impressive season, notching its 20th win of the season in a 5-4 Patriot Athletic Conference win over Brooklyn on Tuesday.

Emily Cornish improved to 12-1 on the season and was helped by her offense as the Wildcats scored two runs in the bottom of the sixth inning to take the lead and the game.

After leading 1-0 after the first inning, Keystone trailed Brooklyn, 4-1 going into the fifth and 4-3 heading into the sixth.

Keystone improved to 20-3 (11-1 PAC), while Brooklyn slipped to 10-6 (8-3 PAC). Keystone will try to avenge its only conference loss today when it travels to Black River.

Avon Lake 7, North Olmsted 0: The Shoregals scored three runs in the first inning and Annie Wennerberg threw a no-hitter, striking out 15 in a shutout of the Eagles.

Wennerberg improved to 16-1 in the circle while Avon Lake upped its record to 20-1 overall.

North Ridgeville 3, Avon 2: Jenna Yost drove in the game-winning run with a single in the bottom of the 10th as the Rangers remained perfect in the West Shore Conference.

Kailey Demarco pitched all 10 innings, giving up five hits and striking out 14. She hit a home run in the sixth to put North Ridgeville ahead before Avon tied the game in the seventh.

Midview 14, Elyria Catholic 0: Kate Thomas had four hits to pace four others with multiple hits as the Middies cruised to a win over the Panthers.

Megan Wade, Shelby Lantsberry and Amanda Beursken each had two RBIs and Lexie Hamker picked up her 14th win in the circle, giving up two hits in five innings.

Clearview 6, Fairview 4: The Clipper scored four runs in the top of the fourth to come back and defeat the Warriors.

Sarah Kaya struck out 13 and improved to 12-5 in the circle. Fairview ws plagued with five errors.

Oberlin 15, Open Door 3: Fahlen Santago went 3-for-3 with two doubles and four RBIs to help the Phoenix rout the Patriots.

Santiago also picked up the win in the circle, allowing just two hits and a run in four innings of work.

Bay 15, Lakewood 13: Stephanie Sheppa had a home run with three RBIs and four runs scored as the Rockets outlasted the Rangers.

Courtney Woodworth, who earned the win in the circle, added three hits, including a home run with two RBIs and two runs scored in the win.

Vermilion 14, Rocky River 6: Leigh Stainbrook had four hits and Jessica Tucker added three as the Sailors cranked out 14 hits in a win over the Pirates.


Elyria Catholic 7, Vermilion 0: Joey Begany threw seven shutout innings, yielding four hits while striking out 13 as the Panthers blanked the Sailors in West Shore Conference action.

Elyria Catholic scored six runs in the bottom of the fifth as it evened its record to .500.

Bay 10, Rocky River 6: Four players had two hits or more for the Rockets, who scored four runs in the third and five in the fifth to down the Pirates.

Chris Eaton earned the win on the mound, evening his record to 1-1.

Keystone 9, Brooklyn 3: Tyler Gullett improved to 5-0 on the mound and Chad Lowman recorded his first save as the Wildcats scored early and often in a Patriot Athletic Conference win over the Hurricanes.

Clearview 12, Fairview 2: The Clippers scored all the runs (4) they needed in the first inning as Antonio Bennett tamed the Warriors’ bats in PAC action.

Ryan Vargo and Roger Engle had three hits apiece as Clearview got over the .500 mark.


Last Updated: 5/7/2013 11:40:47 PM EST

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