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Autumn Oehlstrom gave Columbiana fits, as she bagged four hits in Lisbon’s 13-7 victory on Wednesday.  Oehlstrom homered in the first, doubled in the second, singled in the fourth, and homered in the sixth.

Both pitching staffs had their hands full, frequently dealing with runners on base. The Blue Devils collected 15 hits and Columbiana had 11.

In the first inning, Lisbon got their offense started when Oehlstrom homered on a 2-1 count, scoring two runs.

Emma Thompson was credited with the victory for the Blue Devils.  She surrendered seven runs on 11 hits over seven innings, striking out six and walking one.

Alyssa Tohm took the loss for Columbiana. She went seven innings, allowing 13 runs on 15 hits and striking out four.

Lisbon smacked four home runs on the day. Oehlstrom had a dinger in the first and sixth innings. Kenedy Vrable went deep in the fourth inning. McKenna Dailey went for the long ball in the fifth inning.

The Blue Devils totaled 15 hits in the game.  Oehlstrom, Justyce Vrable, Vrable, and Dailey each had multiple hits for David Anderson Blue Devils Varsity.  Oehlstrom went 4-for-4 at the plate to lead Lisbon in hits.

Columbiana tallied 11 hits on the day.  Tohm, Julia Rapp, Tori Long, and Marissa Makosky all had multiple hits for the Clippers.  Tohm led Columbiana with three hits in four at bats.

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COLUMBIANA, OH-  The Columbiana Clippers defeated the Western Reserve Blue Devils in softball action here Tuesday night 7-5 in a game that featured a few momentum swings, the last favoring the home team.  The Clippers scored in each of the first two innings to take a 3-0 lead into the third. The Blue Devils rallied to tie it in the third and took the lead 5-3 in the fifth. They maintained a 5-4 lead into the bottom of the sixth, but with none on and two out, the Clippers exploded for 4 runs.  Tori Long retired the side in order in the seventh for the complete game victory.

Losing pitcher, Layla Woolf, settled in after the shaky first two innings and appeared to have the game in hand with two outs in the sixth.  However, Clipper sophomore Madison Moser battled Woolf fouling off several offerings before singling sharply to right. That turned the lineup over to the top where Maci Linhart resides.  Linhart scorched a base hit to left for her third hit of the game. Then, Alyssa Tohm delivered the big blow. A two-run triple to give the Clippers the lead. Tohm scored the final run on a wild pitch.

Welsch led the Blue Devils offensively.  Woolf, Donithan, and Heater had timely hits as well.  Long helped her own cause with two hits for the Clippers (2-0).


**Written by YSN’s Voice of Columbiana, Mark Franken**