Tri-Valley 12, Fisher 2

The Vikings plated nine runs in the first and one in the second, while Fisher could only tally single runs in the second and fourth frame. Dylan Baker finished 2-for-3 for the Bunnies, and Zach Griffith tallied the only RBI. Dawson Purvis took the loss on the mound, only throwing 1/3 of an inning while allowing nine runs (six earned) on six hits.

Fisher 3, Villa Grove/Heritage 2

The Bunnies scored two runs in the bottom of the sixth inning to edge the Hawks (5-12) in a game played at Fisher. Austin Henson limited the Hawks to two runs on three hits to earn the complete-game victory. Jacob Horsch had two singles and stole a base for the Bunnies. Noah Reinhart and Cody Patterson scored for the Hawks.

LeRoy 10, Fisher 0

The Panthers scored in every inning but the third, relying on Brett Egan's steady pitching and Ryan Jacob's timely hitting to earn an HOIC home win in five innings. Egan struck out seven in throwing a one-hit shutout, while Jacob had two hits and drove in three runs for LeRoy (10-2, 4-0).

Fisher 4, Lexington 1

The Bunnies (3-7-1) got two hits from Horsch, and Baker drove in a pair of runs while Purvis struck out eight.


Westville 11, Armstrong-Potomac 4

Clayton Cheesman came through with three hits and two RBI for the Tigers (7-6) in a road Vermilion Valley Conference win in Potomac. Jason Sollars paced A-P by going 3 for 3 with an RBI

Georgetown-Ridge Farm 12, Armstrong-Potomac 1

Waylon Conrad struck out 12 in a three-hitter as the Buffaloes (5-2) won at Potomac. Dustin Campbell had three hits. G-RF teammates Conor Steinbaugh and Keegan Wills had two hits apiece. Garrett Latoz knocked in four runs. Nick Cannon, Shawn Reardon and Dalton Loschen had hits for the Trojans.

Oakwood 14, Armstrong-Potomac 2

The host Comets picked up their first VVC win and ended a three-game losing streak as Chase Vinson (1 for 1, two walks) and Lukas Hoshauer (2 for 3) each drove in four runs. Oakwood (5-6-1, 1-3) also received two RBI apiece from Skylar Bolton and Hunter Phelps. A-P led 2-0 after the top of the first thanks in part to a solo home run from Shawn Reardon.

Milford 14, Armstrong-Potomac 1

The Trojans (0-9, 0-6 VVC) only managed two hits, and Cameron Colunga had the lone RBI.


Westville 15, Armstrong-Potomac 4

The visiting Tigers (5-3) took advantage of eight errors by the Trojans (2-9) to post the VVC win.

Georgetown-Ridge Farm/Chrisman 15, Armstrong-Potomac 5

Taylor Stal had three hits and drove in four runs for the Buffaloes (8-4), who won a road decision.

Lacey Steinbaugh pitched all five innings for the winners. A-Pā€™s Trinity Fitzsimmons ended with three hits.

Oakwood 18, Armstrong-Potomac 8

Kylie Neuman ripped two doubles, drove in three runs and scored four runs to pace Oakwood (6-6, 2-1) to a Vermilion Valley Conference home win.

The Comets ā€” who scored nine runs in the fourth inning to take an 11-2 lead ā€” also received two hits and two RBI from Katelyn Young and Bri Hafner.

Holley Hambleton went 2 for 4 with two runs scored for A-P (2-11, 0-6).

Armstrong-Potomac 15, Milford 8

Hayley Hambleton tallied five RBI, and Holley Hambleton and Tessa Van Ostrand each had three hits for the Trojans (3-10).