Roundup: TV claims titles in county track; walkoffs lift Braves’ baseball and softball

Teays Valley claimed titles on both sides of the Pickaway County track meet Tuesday night.

The Vikings’ boys scored 100 points on their side of the meet. Circleville edged out host Logan Elm for second with 54 points to LE’s 53.5. Westfall had 47.5

TV’s girls scored 92.5 points while Logan Elm was second with 66. Circleville was third with 63.5 and Westfall had 31.

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Westfall’s Marcus Whaley was one of the top performers of the meet as he won the 110-meter hurdles along with the 200 and 400 meters.

TV’s Chance Littler won the 100 meters and he teamed up with Wyatt Collins, Robbie Scott and Richard Odum to win the 400-meter relay.

The Viking squad of Carson Weiss, Connor Dean, Fedya Southerington and Landon Garrett-Kelly won the 1,600-meter relay.

TV’s Jerry O’Dell finished first in the 1,600 meters and TV’s Kyle Dennis was first in the 3,200.

LE’s Drew Tomlinson, Ian Shaeffer, Brock Evans and Trace Smith opened the running events with a win in the 3,200-meter relay. The LE group of Jude Braun, Mason Carenter, Anthony Steele and Dustin Moore won the 800-meter relay.

Circleville’s Colton Pinkerton finished first in the 800 meters and the Tigers’ Kaiden Wade won the 300-meter hurdles.

In the field events, TV’s Owen Morningstar took the top spot in the shot put and discus. Teammate Dominic Doan won the high jump.

Circleville’s Zach Buitendorp took first in the pole vault and Westfall’s Trevor Wolfe took first in the long jump.

On the girls side of the meet, Teays Valley got off to a strong start winning four of the five field events.

Ashton Anderson won the discus, Anna Kauffeld won the high jump, Natalie Newton won the pole vault and Lauren Sharrock won the long jump.

Logan Elm’s Annie Karshner took the top spot in the shot put.

Circleville’s Lily Winter had big a night as she won the 200 and 400 meters and was part of two winning relays. She teamed up with Logan Jones, Addison Lowe and Faith Yancey to win the 800-meter relay and with Lowe, Morgan Blakeman and Yancey to win the 1,600-meter relay. Yancey also won the 100 meters.

Ellie Patrick won the 800 meters for Circleville and teamed up with Gretchen Search, Morgan Blakeman and Audrey Fausnaugh to win the 3,200-meter relay.

Lindsey Triplett won the 1,600 meters for TV.

The Viking group of Denajah Smith, Allison Kirk, Olivia Knox and Grace Henegar won the 400-meter relay.

Logan Elm’s Annabelle Rutter came across the finish line first in the 100-meter and 300-meter hurdles.

Westfall’s Kylee Henry was more than a half minute ahead of the competition in winning the 3200 meters.


Logan Elm 6, Washington Court House 5

Caleb Eplin singled in the winning run in the bottom of the eighth inning Tuesday to lift Logan Elm to a 6-5 win over visiting Washington Court House.

After giving up a run in the top of the inning, the Braves were able to load the bases on two walks and a single. Garrett Summers hit a ground ball and reached safely on a error which allowed Anderson to score and set up Eplin’s winning hit.

Braylen Baker picked up the win pitching three innings in relief.

Circleville 9, Southeastern 2

Circleville collected 10 hits in grabbing a 9-2 non-league win over Southeastern Tuesday.

A five-run second inning gave the Tigers control in the game.

Wyatt Thatcher had three hits for the Tigers, including a double, Max Brooks and Nolan West each had a pair of hits in the game as well.

Jake Bell picked up the win going five innings and allowing two runs on two hits and he struck out five.

Teays Valley 18, Logan 5

ASHVILLE — A 10-run second inning propelled Teays Valley to an 18-5 win over visiting Logan Tuesday.

The Vikings didn’t need a lot of fire power for their big inning as they collected four singles while taking advantage of two errors, a walk and four hit batters to put 10 runs across.

The big hit of the night came in the fourth as TV’s Matthew Farmer hit a grand slam in his only at-bat of the game.

Farmer was the winning pitcher going four innings while giving up three unearned runs. He struck out three.


Fairfield Union 19, Circleville 7

LANCASTER — On a night when Circleville collected 10 hits, it wasn’t enough to control host Fairfield Union as the Falcons pounded out 16 themselves for a 19-7 win in five innings.

Seven Falcons collected a pair of hits in the game as FU scored seven in the first, one in the second, four in the third and seven in the fourth.

Kat Kipes and Katie Folkes led Circleville at the plate with three hits each. Kipes drove in four runs.

Logan Elm 5, Washington Court House 4

Logan Elm executed in the bottom of the seventh to knock off visiting Washington Court House 5-4 Tuesday.

With the game tied at 4 each, Cheyenne Arnold drew a one-out walk and advanced to second on a sacrifice bunt from Lynsay Vanhoose. Calena Wiget then drove the first pitch she saw to right field to bring Arnold in with the winning run.

Arnold went 2-3 at the plate with a double, Kyle Smith went 2-3 with two doubles, Vanhoose went 2-3 and Wiget went 2-4.

Avree Entler started for LE and Carly King got the win in relief.

One comment

  1. Wow! Very nice to see some coverage on Track! Thank you!!

    On Tue, Apr 20, 2021 at 11:54 PM Sporting Pumpkin wrote:

    > Brad Morris posted: ” Teays Valley claimed titles on both sides of the > Pickaway County track meet Tuesday night. The Vikings’ boys scored 100 > points on their side of the meet. Circleville edged out host Logan Elm for > second with 54 points to LE’s 53.5. Westfall had 47.5 ” >


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