Dover baseball now 15-3 after 9-7 win over Canton South


Winning pitcher Mason Stoldt drove in three runs with a triple, double and single and Ethan Kellicker also drove in three runs with a double as Dover recorded a 9-7 non-conference baseball win over Canton South at Dover City Park Saturday.

Tyler Little added two hits and an RBI and Ayden Hall hit a double with a RBI, while Connor McGarry chipped in a triple and Nolan Kellicker posted an RBI for the Crimson Tornadoes (15-3).

Dover led 9-2 before the Wildcats scored four times in the sixth and once in the ninth to make things close.

Clay Mitchell hit two doubles, a single and had three RBIs to lead Canton South (7-13). Brady Noll added two RBIs for the Wildcats.

Meanwhile, Blake Ring tossed a two-hitter and helped his cause with a double as the Dover JV team blanked Canton South 10-0. Zane Connor and Caden Schie each added two hits, while Cade McGarry chipped in a double.

Harrison Central 19, Central Catholic 3

Host Harrison Central defeated Tuscarawas Central Catholic on Senior Night at Mazeroski Field in Cadiz.

The Huskies led 5-0 after two innings, 6-0 after three innings and put the game on ice with a 13-run fourth inning.

The Saints scored three times in the top of the fifth but was unable to extend the game.

In JV action, Harrison Central nipped Ridgewood 4-3.


Garaway 12-19, Hiland 0-2

Garaway scored 19 runs on 16 hits in Game two of doubleheader against Hiland.

The offense was led by Meghan Petitte and Jordyn Keim, who each had four hits in the game.

Isabelle Tetreault got the start in the circle and pitched a complete five-inning game in which she set two school records. One for most strikeouts in a season She is currently sitting at 183 strikeouts with the previous record being 180.

Tetreault also broke the school record for most wins in a season as a pitcher with 15. The previous record was 14. She finished game two surrendering three hits, two runs, and 12 strikeouts.

In the opener, Tetreault started in the circle and pitched a complete game one-hitter with nine strikeouts and Petitte’s second career grand slam led Garaway to a shutout over visiting Hiland.

Track and field

Joe Prosek Invitational

River View welcomed West Holmes and Strasburg to Don Rushing Stadium for the annual Joe Prosek Invitational.

West Holmes won both team titles, as the boys totaled 88 points to River View’s 66 and Strasburg’s 31, while the Lady Knights tallied 91 points to Strasburg’s 52 and the Lady Bears’ 42.

Quinn Cornwell (110 hurdles, 18.71 seconds; 300 hurdles, 46.0) and Kyle Maltarich (100, 12.17; high jump, 6 feet, 2 inches; 4×100 relay) were multiple winners for the West Holmes boys.

Cierra Miller (100 hurdles, 18.21; 300 hurdles, 51.98) and Jasmine Giauque (100, 13.28; 200, 27.61) were multiple winners for West Holmes.

Maci Willoughby, Josie Lautenschleger, Ella Pumphry and Madi Becker won the 4×800 relay and Karli Curfman, Becker, Lautenschleger and Rylee Thomas claimed the 4×400 relay, while Lautenschleger (1,600), Thomas (long jump) and Aubrey Fry (400) were individual winners for the Strasburg girls.

Carter Pratt (800, personal record of 2:05.51), Eli Fierbaugh (long jump) and Jacob Ross (triple jump, school record) led the Strasburg boys.

Javin Robinson, Drew Tumblin, Cael Summers and Sam Adams won the 4×800 relay in 9:16; Koda Klein, Jace Allen, Dominic Durben and Jamal Watts were first in the 4×200 relay in 1:36.31; Adams claimed the 1,600 in 4:33; Alex Papadol placed first in the 400 in 56.75; Watts claimed the 200 in 24.17; Robinson won the 3,200 (10:46.85); Klein, Papadapol, Mason Griffin and Adams were first in the 4×400 in 3:47.44 to lead the Black Bears

Cortney Bookless, Ashlyn Tumblin, Krysten Smalley and Alyssa Fox took first in the 4×200 relay with a time of 1:56.83; Kylie Miller won the triple jump with a distance of 26-4 and took second in the 300 hurdles (54.97) to highlight the Lady Bears’ effort.

Boys tennis

Hoover 5, Dover 0

Dover dropped its regular-season finale at North Canton Hoover 5-0, but the Crimson Tornadoes have had a successful 2022 campaign heading into the postseason.

Dover finished its regular season 11-2 as ECOL Champions, Ohio Valley Athletic Conference Runners up, and runners-up at the Louisville Doubles Classic.

The postseason kicks off in the Division I sectional at Jackson Park in Canton on Tuesday.

This article originally appeared on The Times-Reporter: Saturday’s HS sports highlights: Dover baseball now 15-3 after 9-7 win over Canton South


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