WELLSBURG - The Brooke softball team defeated Edison 8-6 Tuesday at the Brooke Athletic Complex.
Kaylee Kuchinski earned the victory in the circle, striking out seven. Katie Castellucci pitched scoreless sixth and seventh innings, striking out four, to help preserve the victory.
Taylor Simala had a double and three RBIs for the Bruins. Michaela Hinerman, Isabella Preston, Kristen Reardon and Kuchinski each drove in a run as well.
THE WIND UP — Brooke’s Kaylee Kuchinski throws a pitch during the third inning of Tuesday’s 8-6 victory over visiting Edison. She struck out seven through five innings to get the win. Katie Castellucci pitched scoreless sixth and seventh innings.
-- Mike Mathison
IN THE CIRCLE — Edison’s Caitlin Brenstuhl throws a pitch during the first inning of Monday’s 8-6 loss at Brooke.
-- Mike Mathison
The Wildcats' Caitlin Brenstuhl struck out seven in the loss as well as had a pair of doubles and drove in two runs. Molly McCoy had a double, triple, and an RBI.
Both are in action today with Brooke hosting Weir and Edison welcoming John Marshall.
Brooke 8, Edison 6
Edison 200 310 0 - 6 8 3
Brooke 004 220 x - 8 7 3
EDISON: Brenstuhl (LP, 7K, 2BB), Westfall (6th, 2K, 0BB) and Jolly. Brenstuhl 2D, 2RBI; McCoy D, T, RBI; Hunter 2S; Jolly S; Morrison S, RBI.
BROOKE (2-2): Kuchinski (WP, 7K,. 1BB), Castellucci (6th, 4K, 1BB) and Preston. Duffy D; Hinerman, S, RBI; Simala D, 3RBI; Preston S, RBI; Reardon D, RBI; Kuchinski S, RBI; Smith S.
Carroll no-hits Potters
STEUBENVILLE - One day after being no-hit, Steubenville's Brooke Carroll threw her own no-hitter in Tuesday's 10-0 victory over East Liverpool at Jim Wood Park.
Carroll struck out 10 in the win. Christina Archer had two doubles, a single and four RBIs. Mallory Giannamore added a double, single and drove in a run.
Big Red travels to Indian Creek Friday.
Steubenville 10, East Liverpool 0
East Liverpool 000 00 - 0 0 4
Steubenville 340 12 - 10 10 2
EAST LIVERPOOL: Smith (LP, 2K, 4BB), Davis (4) and Holmes.
STEUBENVILLE (2-2): Carroll (10K, 2BB) and Barker; Giannamore D, S, RBI. R; Biasi S; Barker D, 2R; Archer 2D, S, 4RBI, R; Perrino S, 2R; Bodo S, 2R; Taylor D, RBI.
Red Knights top Panthers
TORONTO - The Toronto baseball team defeated Buckeye Local 14-4 Tuesday at the Knight Baseball Complex.
Tyler Owens struck out seven in the win. Chez Glen had a three singles and Owens added two of his own.
Austin Marshall had a triple for the Panthers.
Both are on the diamond today with Toronto hosting St. John and Buckeye Local at Martins Ferry.
Toronto 14, Buckeye Local 4
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Toronto 164 21 - 14 11 0
BUCKEYE LOCAL (2-2): Duncan (LP, 0K, 8BB), Ostijich (3rd, 1K, 3BB) and Sokolowski. Marshall T; Zeroski S; Borkoski S.
TORONTO (3-0): Owens (WP, 7K, 5BB) and Solomon. C. Glen 3S; Owens 2S; Antinone S; Lucas S; Romey 2S; Solomon S.
Huskies beat Oak Glen
CADIZ - The Harrison Central baseball team defeated Oak Glen 12-5 Tuesday.
Ryan Rose struck out seven in the win and also had two singles and two RBIs. Nick Pelegreen had two singles and drove in four runs with Drew Horn driving in three runs on three singles and Rashaen Mitchell adding a double and two RBIs.
Alex Wedgwood had two singles and two RBIs for the Golden Bears.
Both teams play at home today with Harrison Central hosting St. Clairsville and Oak Glen taking on Madonna.
Harrison Central 12, Oak Glen 5
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Harrison Central 310 503 x - 12 12 5
OAK GLEN: Haddox (LP, 6K, 5BB), Woodruff (4th, 3K, 4BB) and Smith. Wedgwood 2S, 2RBI; Smith S.
HARRISON CENTRAL (3-0): Rose (WP, 7K, 3BB), Graves (6th, 1K, 2BB) and Staten. Horn 3S, 3RBI; R. Mitchell D, 2RBI; Rose 2S, 2RBI; Pelegreen 2S, 4RBI; Staten S, RBI.
Creek downs Brooke
MINGO JUNCTION - The Indian Creek baseball team defeated Brooke 9-2 Tuesday.
Dustin Rath earned the victory with Alex Young and Sean Smith closing things out late in relief. Rath helped his cause with three singles and an RBI. Jimmy Bolyog, Cole Yeater, and Adam Freshwater each drove in a run as well.
Brooke received a double and an RBI from Heath Hildreth.
Indian Creek and Brooke each play today with the Redskins welcoming Edison and Brooke traveling to Magnolia.
Indian Creek 9, Brooke 2
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Indian Creek 500 004 x - 9 9 2
BROOKE (0-5): Schambach (LP, 1K, 2BB), Schwertfeger (6, 1K, 2BB) and Hardisty; Schambach RBI; Hildreth D, RBI; Sole D.
INDIAN CREEK (1-1): Rath (WP, 0K, 4BB), Young (6, 0K, 0BB), Smith (7, 2K, 0BB) and Freshwater; Young S; Rath 3S, RBI; Bolyog S, RBI; Williams S; Yeater S, RBI; Freshwater RBI; Crawford 2S.