Friday's prep highlights: Rieches delivers for Milford

Friday's prep highlights: Rieches delivers for Milford

In baseball

■ Milford 18, Donovan 0. Clayton Rieches was a dual threat for the Bearcats. Rieches pitched five shutout innings and struck out 15 batters. He was equally as good in the batter’s box. In his four at-bats, Rieches recorded three hits and four
Alex Portwood, Tanner Davenport, Jake McKinley and Jordan Gullquist all drove in two runs apiece.

■ Unity 7, LeRoy 1. Mitchell Snodgrass allowed one hit and one run in five innings for Unity. Zeke Eisenmenger and Taylor White combined for five hits.

■ Mattoon 10, Sullivan 2. Tanner Scott was 3 for 5 with two RBI, and Clayton Tucker was 2 for 4 with one RBI to lead the Green Wave. Corey Godden struck out nine and walked one batter in six innings. Shane Atchison and Nick Frerichs each went 1 for 3 with an RBI for Sullivan.

■ Bismarck-Henning 9, Danville 3. Dylan Dodd recorded 12 strikeouts and allowed three hits to give Mark Dodd his first win as Bismarck-Henning’s head coach.
Ethan Allsopp scored three runs and Andy Bott added four RBI for Bismarck-Henning.

■ St. Joseph-Ogden 10, Armstrong-Potomac 0. Brandon Sparks was 2 for 3 with two doubles and scored two runs in the shutout win.

■ Tuscola 21, Goreville 4. Nick Bates was 4 for 6 for the Warriors, who used a 16-run seventh inning to pull away.

In softball

■ Monticello 14, Pleasant Plains 8. The Sages scored 11 runs in the seventh inning for the comeback victory.

■ Bolton, Tenn. 4, M-S 3. The Bulldogs dropped their season opener in Tennessee, losing in eight innings.

Ashley Anglin went 2 for 4 with a run for the Bulldogs, who received two hits and an RBI from Mollie Spoerer.

Alyssa Spoerer had one hit and one run for M-S, which received one hit and one RBI from Emily Ziegler. Jess Hammack went 1 for 3 in the loss. London Acree was 1 for 2 with a run.

The Bulldogs fell behind 2-0 but tied the game in the top of the sixth inning, scoring two runs.

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