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PREP BASEBALL Vukovic pitches McDonald past J-M



Published: Tue, April 19, 2005 @ 12:00 a.m.



Craig Clemson hit a game-winning single in the 10th to lead Maplewood.

McDONALD -- McDonald High pitcher Corey Vukovic pitched a two-hit shutout, striking out 12, to improve to 3-0 as the Blue Devils blanked Jackson-Milton 1-0 in an Inter-County League baseball game Monday.

Tyler Stanley drove in Steven Hughes in the first inning for McDonald (7-4, 4-2). Steve Bowles went the distance for the Bluejays, striking out three and walking two.

Springfield 16, Mineral Ridge 4

NEW MIDDLETOWN -- Aaron Wood and Mike Sobnosky each homered to lead Springfield.

Joey D'Amato had two hits, including a triple, and Andy Richey, Andrew Farich and Zach DeJane each added two hits for the Tigers (8-5, 3-2).

Tim Grantz had two hits for Mineral Ridge.

South Range 6, W. Reserve 2

BERLIN CENTER -- Steve Bensinger scattered six hits and struck out eight batters for the Raiders (5-5, 4-1).

Eugene Leson homered and drove in four runs. Josh Less, Ben Detwiler, Joe Marino and Isaac Melnick each had two hits.

For the Blue Devils, Ryan Pauken's two hits included a homer.

Ursuline 16, Chaney 1

YOUNGSTOWN -- Matt Yarab had three hits, including two triples, to lead the Irish.

Matt Tynal added a triple and single for Ursuline (10-4), while Andy Kopper doubled and Justin Markota singled twice.

Dave Patrick (3-0) allowed four hits and struck out six for the Irish.

Chaney is 2-11.

Canfield 13, Niles 1

CANFIELD -- Drew Turocy had two triples, a double and four RBIs for Canfield (8-5, 5-0) in a Metro Athletic Conference game.

Zach Guerrieri and Joe Rosko each had two hits. Rosko (4-0) struck out two and walked three, giving up one hit over five innings.

Salem 8, Howland 4

SALEM -- Jarin Heath tripled and Bill Ellis doubled for the Quakers (9-4, 1-4 MAC). Sean McKee had three hits and Ben Miller had two to drive in three runs.

For the Tigers (8-2, 2-2), Manoli Pahoulis doubled.

Hubbard 5, Newton Falls 4

HUBBARD -- Frank Rosile and A.J. Police each had three hits for the Eagles (7-2, 4-2 Trumbull Athletic Conference). Rosile drove in two runs and Police one.

For the Tigers (9-6, 2-4), Brad Blevins had three hits including a triple.

Champion 6, Girard 2

GIRARD -- State-ranked Champion scored three runs in the third inning in a TAC game.

Ryan Collins had two singles for Girard.

Maplewood 5, Mathews 4

CORTLAND -- Maplewood's Craig Clemson hit a one-out, bases-loaded single in the bottom of the 10th to score Jared Patridge for the game-winner.

Clemson (4-1) also had two hits and pitched three innings of relief, striking out five, to pick up the win for the Rockets (6-3). Rockets starter Jake Abbott struck out a career-high 17 batters over the first seven innings.

Doug Wajda added two hits.

Matt Weymer had three hits for Mathews (7-3).

Youngstown Christian 7, Ledgemont 2

STRUTHERS -- Youngstown Christian pitcher Aaron Agresta (1-1) struck out 14 of the 31 batters he faced and walked one to earn the win.

Jared VanArsdale had three hits, including a triple for the Eagles (2-3). Nathaniel Setnick had two hits, including a triple.

Ledgemont is 0-7.

Garfield 7, Southeast 3

GARRETTSVILLE --Greg Lemley homered and Josh Johnston had two hits for the Pirates (1-10, 1-4 Portage County League).




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