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The Times Recorder from Zanesville, Ohio • B1

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Times Recorder THURSDAY, MAY 18, 2023 1B SPORTS 740-562-6462 Call Today! Indiana Michigan Kentucky Ohio Missouri Illinois North Carolina LIMITED TIME SPECIAL Save 12 MONTHS NO INTEREST NO PAYMENTS OFFER EXPIRES NOT VALID ON PREVIOUS PURCHASES. SOME RESTRICTIONS APPLY. CALL FOR DETAILS. FINANCING SUBJECT TO CREDIT APPROVAL. Premium Concrete Floor Coatings Installed The RIGHT Way! We Move We Store We Floor Ask about Exclusive White Glove Treatment Leave the heavy lifting to us! Let us do the back-breaking job of moving your furniture and room contents out before we begin your project.

We will store them safely and once your floors are complete our team will move all your contents back in! Floor coatings have never been so easy! CAMBRIDGE Tournament play is all about the end result, win and ad- vance is the bottom line. No. 5 seed Cambridge High get any style points for 4-1 Divi- sion II sectional victory over No. 9 seed Morgan. But the opportunistic Bobcats took advantage of a rough inning by the Raiders to claim the sectional title.

And with it, advance on to meet No. 11 seed West Holmes in Division II district action on Monday, 5 p.m. at a site to be determined. were able to take advantage of their CHS head coach Ja- maal Lowery explained. playing tournament baseball, just what you have to do.

going to see best so when they make mistakes you have to capitalize on Cambridge took advantage of a for- gettable second inning by the visiting Raiders, putting up four runs with just one hit. Morgan committed one costly error, and starting pitcher Carson Mummey hit three batters in the frame. Senior Andy Ogle got the rally start- ed with a two-out single to followed by Bradyn Gregg and Keaton Kyser getting hit by pitches to load the bases. Mummey then plunked his third consecutive hitter in senior Caden Moore to score Ogle run of the game. Senior Regan Rogers followed with a ground ball to shortstop that was thrown away attempting to turn a dou- ble play.

The errant throw ended up down the line allowing Gregg, Kyser and Moore all to come around and score to extend the Bobcats lead to 4-0. preached to the kids to just put the ball in play and make them get you Lowery said. took advantage of three hit batters and put a hard hit ball in play that they threw away. That was huge, especially in tournament play when every play That lead was more than enough for Cambridge junior ace Jake Valentine, who shut down the Morgan to HIGH SCHOOL BASEBALL Bobcats advance to Division II district Kevin Sutton Cambridge Daily Jeffersonian USA TODAY NETWORK See BOBCATS, Page 2B DRESDEN wealth of arms have been the hallmark this season, even as its bats have often been a hit-or-miss proposition. The Scotties saved one of their best performances for the perfect time on Tuesday.

Ace starter Landon Harney and hard-throwing reliever Brady Kaufman combined on a with 11 strike- outs. They got more than enough sup- port from an that scored six times in the second inning as Tri-Valley rolled to a 9-2 win against Steubenville in a Division II sectional at Kenny Wolford Park. Ashton Sensibaugh and Bennet Bak- er, the second and third hitters in the order, respectively, combined for of the 13 hits. third hit was his loudest a mammoth two-run homer to right in the sixth inning to extended a 6-2 lead. Normally an hitter from the left side, he took a pull- hitting approach for the homer of his high school career.

He has more than .400 on the season and is 4-0 on the mound, but this was one of the clear highlights. told him, built yourself up (physically) to be able to do this, just one time like to see you pull those hands in there and yank Tri-Val- ley coach Marc Hadley said of his con- versations with Baker. did it. He went out front for that fastball. That was It was emblematic of the sort of of- fensive showing the Scotties were able to compile on veteran Big Red starter Cooper Blackburn, who was saddled Ashton Sensibaaugh congratulates Bennet Baker after two-run homer in the sixth inning of 9-2 victory against visiting Steubenville during a Division II sectional on Tuesday in Dresden.

It was the homer of career. PHOTOS BY SAM RECORDER DISTRICT BOUND Tri-Valley baseball stymies Steubenville Sam Blackburn Zanesville Times Recorder USA TODAY NETWORK Brady Kaufman a pitch during victory against visiting Steubenville. Kaufman pitched two hitless innings of relief as he and starter Landon Harney combined on a with 11 strikeouts.See TRI-VALLEY, Page 2B MINGO JUNCTION One inning changed the game. The eighth seeded Indian Creek baseball team led John Glenn, 2-1, with one out in the top of the fourth inning, however, the next batters all reached safely three on RBI sin- gles as the 13th seeded Muskies col- lected four runs in the frame to rally past the Redskins, 5-2, in an Ohio Di- vision II East District sectional Tuesday at Muth Field. big inning made the Indian Creek (17-8) head coach Mike Cottis said.

bottom line is we hit the ball on the nose, but they did not gaps. Aidan Orr hit the you know what out of the ball into the gap, but their made a great play. If he make that play, two runs score and it is a game. John Glenn credit. They made the plays.

Their pitcher threw a great game. He kept us the whole game. We just could not get the big John Glenn plated one run in the fourth before tacking on four more in the to take the lead, as the Mus- kies will see Muskingum Valley League rival Tri-Valley in a district at 5 p.m. Monday at a site to be determined. tournament John Glenn (9-15) head coach Brad Barclay said.

you put that one inning to- gether, you give yourself a chance. pitcher was a bulldog. We made the plays behind him. We had that one big inning and that was With the win, John Glenn will now play No. 2 seed Tri-Valley in the dis- trict at 5 p.m.

Wednesday at a site to be determined later today. Tri-Valley advanced to the district tournament by defeating No. 12 seed Big Red, 9-2, in another Tues- day at home. The Redskins scored a run in each of the two innings, however, the hosts were not able to plate another run. Leading 2-0 in the third, the hosts had a runner on with one out, however, a 4-6-3 double play ended the inning.

After the visitors scored a run in the top of the fourth to make it a 2-1 ballgame, Gavin Pownall and Stan Amis produced back-to-back singles with two outs, however, a strikeout HS ROUNDUP John Glenn upends Indian Creek, Philo and Maysville eliminated Aaron Petchal From Steubenville Herald Star See ROUNDUP, Page 3B.

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