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The Times Recorder from Zanesville, Ohio • B2

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Minnesota, Ohio Stadium, Columbus, Ohio Nov. 25: Ohio State vs. Michigan, Michigan Stadium, Ann Arbor, Michi- gan Ohio State Continued from Page 1B Harney threw 87 pitches 51 for strikes. He walked two ands struck out four, as he from a host of im- pressive defensive plays. One was a running catch in center by Nathan Better on a long ball from MLB draft prospect Colt Emerson that barely missed a home run.

The standout left-handed hitting shortstop, ranked 31st nationally by mlb.com, was held without a hit for one of the few times this season. He en- tered the game batting just below .500 with eight home runs. wanted to limit his damage as much as possible and make sure we let anyone else start to tattoo the Harney said. think we did a pret- ty good job at Two-out hits burn Muskies lefty Justin Stambush, coming a strong showing in the sectional, matched his hard-throwing counterpart for much of innings. The artisanal lefty allowed nine hits and walked four, but he worked around trouble to keep his team within striking distance.

Veteran John Glenn coach Brad Bar- clay said Stambush was a hard-luck pitcher during the regular season, when he took four losses, and credited him for being resilient against a solid Scottie lineup. threw real Barclay said. feel they hit him very hard, but they found some holes that we They were locked in a scoreless through two innings, but Tri-Valley struck twice in the third to break the ice. Ashton Sensibaugh scored from with two outs on a long ball to left from Hansel Holmes that went the glove of a hard-charging Jesse Dris- kell, a play that also allowed Holmes to reach second base. One batter later, Kaufman delivered a lined single to score Holmes for the second run.

The two-out production proved more than a theme. After Driskel was stranded at in the top of the following a two-out single to keep the game 2-0, Tri-Valley loaded the bases in the bottom of the in- ning after one-out singles from Holmes and Kaufman and Kelynn walk. Pinch hitter Derrick Stotts came though with a run-scoring single to make it 3-0. choice reliever Robert Woodard added another tally. roll of the dice paid big.

talked about it last year, how just we get that big Hadley said of a team that was upset in the section- al. times than not, this year I think just seniors being seniors and getting the job Stotts comes through Stotts been the household name of many of his counterparts, but Hadley never lost in him even after he took on more of a support role the bench. swung for a Hadley said. got surpassed, then he comes through with a line drive to give us an insurance run. That was big.

kept his head in Hadley added. kept on grinding. I told him last week, with us, going to come up in a big And he did. He Better, Sensibaugh, Kaufman and Daniel had two singles and Sensibaugh also stole two bases as Tri- Valley had 10 hits and committed only one error. The Muskies had three mis- cues.

swan song a quiet one It marked game. He is a potential pick in the up- coming MLB player draft, and a collection of high-level scouts were on hand for game. He leaves as one of the best players and all-around athletes in league his- tory. He was All-Ohio in base- ball and football as a junior and will like- ly repeat the feat in baseball this season. He was hoping to held deliver anoth- er upset, something he said the team felt was possible after playing the Scotties close twice during the regular season.

we come out aggressive hitting the ball we can play with Emer- son said. I think we showed that against Indian Creek we came out swinging aggressive. Today we only had two hits. really the whole thing about our team. When we are aggressive Barclay said the team focused on get- ting primed for the postseason once a midseason slump ended its chances at the Big School title.

The fruits of their la- bor came into place against Indian Creek, but pitching proved too tall of a task. The Muskies 8-16. and winning at Indian Creek, that was Barclay said. chose to go an hour and a half away and not host, and it worked out. Tri-Valley is solid.

They have a really good chance against New Philly. not that they do things that awe you, but they do the lit- tle things. They just a Twitter: Tri-Valley Continued from Page 1B John Glenn senior Colt Emerson dives after a ball in the hole at shortstop during the sixth inning of a 5-0 loss to Tri-Valley on Monday during a Division II district at Lake Park in Coshocton. Emerson, ranked 31st nationally by MLB.com’s draft prospect rankings, the season with eight home runs and a batting average just shy of .500. SAM RECORDER.

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