September 4, 2015

Elyria
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Diamond Report

Diamond Report

High school baseball: Area all-stars enjoy game despite resultCollege Softball: Keystone’s Lauren Shaw picks Iowa, adds to list of Wildcats headed for Big TenHigh school softball: Avon’s Anna Edwards second to win coaches’ player of the year award and Miss SoftballBaseball: Elyria High’s Marques Inman has bright future on the diamond
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Friday 8/28 Midview at Lorain   AM930/Stream 1
Friday 8/28 Elyria at Avon Lake Stream 2 
Friday 9/4 Elyria at Lorain AM930/ Stream 1 
Friday 9/4 Columbia at Wellington Stream 2
Saturday 9/5 Elyria Catholic at C.C.C AM930/ Stream 1
Friday 9/11 Vermilion at Firelands AM930/ Stream 1
Friday 9/11 Avon at North Olmsted Stream 2
Saturday 9/12 Brookside at Western Reserve Stream 2
Thursday 9/17 Elyria Catholic at Valley Forge AM930/ Stream 1
Friday 9/18 Midview at Avon AM930/ Stream 1
Friday 9/18 Lutheran West at Keystone Stream 2
Friday 9/25 Black River at Columbia AM930/ Stream 1
Friday 9/25 Avon Lake at North Ridgeville Stream 2
Friday 10/2 Black River at Keystone AM930/ Stream 1
Friday 10/2 Amherst at Avon Lake Stream 2
Saturday 10/3 Elyria Catholic at Holy Name AM930/ Stream 1
Friday 10/9 North Ridgeville at Avon AM930/ Stream 1
Friday 10/9 Clearview at Columbia Stream 2
Friday 10/16 Solon at Elyria AM930/ Stream 1
Friday 10/16 Amherst at Avon Stream 2
Friday 10/23 TBD AM930/ Stream 1
Friday 10/30 TBD AM930/ Stream 1

Games will be streamed on WEOL.com

Division II regional baseball: Heavy hearts hard to overcome as Keystone held to one hit and no runs in loss to Perkins

Keystone's Kendle Stiner kneels in the infield after a 10-0 loss to Perkins. DAVID RICHARD / CHRONICLE

TIFFIN — Perkins left-hander Braun Miller showed Keystone why he will be pitching for Ohio State in the future. The 6-foot-4 junior dominated the Wildcats on Thursday in a 10-0 Division II regional semifinal win at Tiffin University’s Heminger Field, allowing just one hit while striking out 14 of the 20 batters he faced. Aaron Read More…

Division II regional softball: Tough week ends in tough loss as Keystone manages just one hit in 4-1 loss to Maumee

Keystone's Emily Cornish, left, and Sammie Stefan react after a loss to Maumee. DAVID RICHARD / CHRONICLE

BUCYRUS — At the end of an emotionally draining week, Keystone’s softball season came to an emotional end Thursday afternoon. Maumee, a team with nine regular-season losses, pinned a 4-1 defeat on the second-ranked Wildcats in a Division II regional semifinal delayed 22 hours by rain. In the course of their final game, the Wildcats Read More…

Division I regional softball: Elyria on brink of state tourney thanks to huge comeback, extra-inning win over Oregon Clay

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CLYDE — Team Wow earned its nickname. And then some. Elyria softball coach Ken Fenik dubbed his club Team Wow after putting together a great run at the end of the season. He was left nearly speechless Wednesday after watching his Pioneers score four times in the sixth inning and twice in the eighth inning Read More…

Division II regional baseball preview: Keystone feeling confident thanks to dominant pitching, defense

Pitching has been a strength of the Keystone Wildcats all season thanks to the talents of Collin Fitzgerald, left, Kendle Stiner, middle, and Tyler Gullett. STEVE MANHEIM/CHRONICLE

Pitching and defense win games. Just ask Keystone, which used that formula to claim its fourth straight district title and earn a spot in today’s Division II regional semifinal against Perkins at Tiffin University at 5 p.m. Keystone (24-5) was able to accomplish that goal even with a move up to Division II thanks to Read More…

Division II regional softball: Keystone rained out, postponed until today

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Keystone’s Division II regional softball semifinal Wednesday against Maumee at Bucyrus High School was postponed due to rain. The game was not started. It will be played today at 3 p.m. at the same site. The second-ranked Wildcats bring a 27-3 record into the game against the 18-9 Panthers.  

H.S. Softball Regional Preview: Keystone looks to make more history, another trip to state Final Four

Keystone seniors, from left, Morgan McNulty, Emily Cornish, Carleigh Herrington, Jenny Schaffer and Nicole Neri are looking for a state title to go with the one they won as sophomores. STEVE MANHEIM/CHRONICLE

It could have scarcely escaped one’s attention that the Keystone softball program makes history every so often. In 1999, it became Lorain County’s first to win a state championship. In 2006, it was the county’s first to win two state titles and the first — and still only in the history of the state tournament Read More…

Baseball: Lorain County All Stars split doubleheader

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VERMILION — All-star games are usually all about offense, as players concentrate on having fun —and that means scoring runs. But the annual Lorain County Baseball Senior All-Star doubleheader Saturday at Vermilion High School had the pitchers in the spotlight on a beautiful, sunny late-spring day. Consider Amherst’s Justin Mott—announced as Lorain County’s “Mr. Baseball” Read More…

Amherst’s Justin Mott named Lorain County Mr. Baseball

Justin Mott was named  Lorain County Mr. Baseball. CHRISTY LEGEZA/CHRONICLE

VERMILION — Amherst’s Justin Mott had no idea. Mott received one of the best surprises of his life Saturday when he was named Lorain County’s Mr. Baseball before the senior all-star games at Vermilion High School. “It’s a good feeling,” Mott said. “I didn’t even think I was in the running for it or wasn’t Read More…

High school softball: Power boost carries Keystone past Buckeye to 27th district championship

Keystone’s Carleigh Herrington, middle, gets a high five as teammates celebrate after her home run Friday. KRISTIN BAUER/CHRONICLE

LAGRANGE — Keystone defeated Buckeye for the third time this season Friday afternoon, but this time it was different. For one thing, it secured the second-ranked Wildcats’ 27th district championship — 13th in the last 14 seasons — and a spot in the Division II regional tournament in Bucyrus next week. And unlike the first Read More…

District Softball: Pioneers find special meaning in 10th straight district title

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NORTH RIDGEVILLE — Elyria has made winning district championships an annual tradition, as much a part of May as Memorial Day and the Indianapolis 500. But the 5-0 win over Midview on Thursday in the Division I North Ridgeville district final — Elyria’s 10th straight title — still felt special. It could have been because Read More…