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BEAVERS OPEN EYES ON THE ROAD

HANOVERTON OH- In an impressive display of offensive firepower, Beaver Local opened some eyes while they stormed to a 17-6 victory over United in Tuesday’s matchup on the road.

Beaver Local’s bats were red hot, racking up hits and runs throughout the game. Addison Eells led the charge with a 2-for-4 performance, driving in 3 runs and scoring 3 times herself. Ciara Call also made her presence felt, going 2-for-2 with a home run, 3 RBIs, and 3 runs scored. Lora Reeder contributed with a 2-for-3 outing, tallying 4 RBIs and crossing the plate twice.

On the mound, Beaver Local relied on a combination of Addison Eells and Megan Henrich. Together, they limited United’s offense to 10 hits and 1 earned run while striking out 2 batters.

Despite the loss, United had some notable offensive performances, including a home run from Kiley Hetherington, who finished 2-for-3 with 2 RBIs and 2 runs scored. Joshlynn Irey went 3-for-4 with an RBI, while Sam Lippiatt added 2 hits and Grace Coffee drove in 2 runs.

BEAVERS BUILD UP A MASSIVE VICTORY

WELLSVILLE OH- Beaver Local dominated Thursday night’s softball game, cruising to a 14-0 victory over Wellsville.

The Beaver offense was on fire, led by Addison Eells who went 2 for 2 with 3 RBI and 2 runs scored. Lainie Bock contributed with a perfect 3 for 3 at the plate, driving in 2 runs and scoring 3 times. Lily Schrieber also had a strong showing, going 2 for 3 with 2 RBI and a run scored. Tatum Duncan and Ciara Call added to the offensive onslaught, each contributing hits and runs scored.

In the circle, Megan Henrich was outstanding, pitching a complete game shutout. She allowed just 1 hit and recorded 9 strikeouts in 5 innings of work.

 

EAGLES CAN’T TIME UP BEAVER LOCAL

EAST LIVERPOOL, OH- Paxton Grimes was on fire with three hits as Beaver Local Beavers steamrolled United Golden Eagles 11-2 on Thursday. Grimes lined singles in the first, fourth, and fifth innings, fueling his team’s dominant performance.

The Beavers really broke the game open with a six-run frenzy in the fifth, thanks to Keaton Heddleston’s RBI single and a couple of costly errors by United that cleared the bases.

Micah Jones kicked off the scoring for the Beavers in the first inning with a timely single. Jones was back at it in the third, putting the Beavers up 2-0 after hitting into a fielder’s choice.

On the mound, Grimes was just as sharp, tossing a complete game with four hits, two unearned runs, six strikeouts, and just a single walk. Kadin Schonauer, despite striking out nine, was pegged with the loss for United after a tough outing where he allowed 11 runs, but only three were earned.

The Beavers tallied nine hits in total. Jones contributed two RBIs and Evan Stephenson chipped in with two hits. Not just quick with the bats, Beaver Local showed off their speed, swiping five bases, including three from Grimes himself.

For United, Schonauer, Quentin Taylor, Mike Dangelo, and Gage Smith each managed a hit, with Smith also stealing two bases.

Beaver Local aims to keep their momentum rolling as they head to Crestview next Tuesday.

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TOUGH SLEDDING ON SENIOR NIGHT FOR BEAVERS

EAST LIVERPOOL, OH- On Senior Night at Beaver Local High School, the home team celebrated their eight seniors: Hayden Beebout, Colin Gaydos, Keaton Heddleston, Wyatt Johnson, Micah Jones, Jordyn Kropp, Kristian Lantz, and Evan Stephenson, with a special pregame ceremony. But once the game got underway, the Weir Red Riders took control, turning the night into a challenging one for the Beavers.

The Red Riders came out swinging, putting up three runs in the first inning and another in the second. But it was the fifth inning that really broke the game wide open. Capitalizing on a mix of sharp hitting and some costly Beaver Local errors, Weir exploded for seven runs, sailing to an 11-0 win.

Beaver Local struggled to get their bats going, managing only three singles throughout the game. The Red Riders, on the other hand, racked up eight hits and kept the field clean with no errors.

The Beavers don’t have much time to dwell on the loss, though, as they’re set to face United at home today at 5:00 PM. They’ll be looking to bounce back and give their fans something to cheer about.

BEAVERS RALLY COMES UP SHORT

BELLAIRE OH- Beaver Local faced a setback on Saturday against Bellaire, falling 7-3 despite a late offensive surge in the 7th inning.

The Beavers offense struggled to gain momentum throughout the game, but managed to get going in the final inning. Britton Hickman led the charge, going 1-for-3 with 1 RBI and 1 run scored. Aiden Dray also contributed with an RBI, while Keaton Heddleston had a perfect day at the plate, going 2-for-2 and scoring a run.

On the mound, Britton Hickman put in a solid effort, pitching 4 innings and allowing just 3 hits and 1 earned run while striking out 2 batters.

EAST LIVERPOOL TURNS THE BEAVERS BLUE

EAST LIVERPOOL OH- In a highly anticipated rivalry matchup on Wednesday night, East Liverpool emerged victorious over Beaver Local with a hard-fought 6-4 win.

East Liverpool’s offense came through when it mattered most, with Grant Wright driving in 2 crucial runs on his 1-2 performance at the plate. Elijah Suznevich also contributed with 2 RBI, while Evan Tice went 2-3, scoring 2 runs and drawing a walk. Trent Davis added to the offense with a hit, a walk, and a run scored.

On the mound, Jake Smith delivered a stellar performance for East Liverpool, pitching a complete game with 7 innings, allowing 9 hits and no earned runs while striking out 7 batters.

Beaver Local put up a strong fight, with Keaton Heddleston driving in 2 runs and Evan Stephenson collecting 3 hits, including an RBI and scoring a run. Kristian Lantz also contributed with 2 hits and scoring a run.

Despite Beaver Local’s efforts, East Liverpool’s pitching and timely hitting secured the win in their annual rivalry matchup.

With this victory, East Liverpool maintained their bragging rights in the rivalry, while Beaver Local will look to bounce back in their next contest.

BEAVERS SWING AWAY IN HIGH SCORING WIN

EAST LIVERPOOL OH- In a wild showdown on Tuesday night, Beaver Local snagged an 11-8 win against Bellaire.

T he bats were alive for Beaver Local, with Braxton Hickman going 2-3 with 3 RBI and 3 runs, Micah Jones smashing 3-4 with 3 RBI, and Britton Hickman adding 2-3 with 3 RBI and 3 runs.

On the mound, Andre Wiegand held it down for 3 innings, allowing just 1 hit and 1 walk while striking out 1. It was a rollercoaster of a game, but Beaver Local came out on top!

BEAVER LOCAL TAKES TWO

EAST LIVERPOOL, OH-The Beaver Local Beavers kept their winning streak alive, sweeping Union Local in a thrilling doubleheader with scores of 14-10 and 11-10 this past Saturday.

Beaver Local now stands at a 7-8 record and is gearing up for their next clash at East Liverpool on Tuesday.

In the first game of the doubleheader, Tatum Duncan clutched up with a two-run single in the sixth inning that proved pivotal for the Beavers. Addison Eells, who came in as relief, pitched three solid innings, striking out four and walking two to notch the win. Both Ciara Call and Eells had a hot day at the plate, bagging three hits each, while Delaney Morris smashed two doubles and drove in three runs.

The drama ramped up in the second game, which came down to a last at-bat thriller. Sydney Willson-Plunket emerged as the hero with an RBI triple that sealed the game for a walk-off win.

Call again took the circle in relief and mirrored her first game’s performance, striking out four and walking two to secure the win. Ally Wright also made significant contributions, going 2-for-3 with three RBIs. Eells continued her strong performance with three hits and two RBIs, and Tori Druschel matched with three hits of her own.

With their spirits high after these back-to-back wins, Beaver Local is looking to carry this momentum into their next game and continue climbing up the standings.

BEAVERS FALL SHORT AGAINST BROOKE

EAST LIVERPOOL, OH-  Last evening showcased a solid display of high school baseball as the Brooke Bruins took on Beaver Local at their home field. The Bruins didn’t waste any time getting on the scoreboard, knocking in two runs off a couple of hits and an error in the very first inning.

Beaver Local’s lineup struggled early on but found a spark in the third inning thanks to a solo home run by senior Colin Gaydos. Despite the shot of momentum, the Beavers found hits hard to come by, managing only four more for the rest of the game and only one additional run.

On the mound for Beaver Local, Wyatt Johnson started and pitched three and two-thirds innings, surrendering four runs on three hits while striking out five. Freshman Andre Wiegand took over in relief, allowing one run on three hits and adding a strikeout to his early varsity stats.

Meanwhile, Brooke continued to build on their lead, adding three more runs to secure a 5-2 victory over the Beavers.

Beaver Local will look to bounce back in their next game tonight at Martins Ferry.

BEAVERS SHOW STRENGTH ON THE ROAD

EAST PALESTINE OH- Beaver Local hit the road to East Palestine and showed no mercy, taking home a decisive 15-5 victory. Tori Druschel was the star of the show for the Beavers, knocking in three runs with a solid 2-for-5 performance at the plate.

But she wasn’t alone in the offensive onslaught. Tatum Duncan and Megan Henrich both came up big with multiple hits and two RBI each, while Kamryn Young sealed the deal with a monster three RBI double.

Henrich wasn’t just tearing it up with the bat, though. She also dominated in the circle, striking out four, walking none, and only giving up one earned run. Now, that’s what you call a complete performance.

On the other side, Maddison Foster and Emma Gingher did their best to keep East Palestine in the game, knocking in two RBI each. Leila Martin and Gabby Andre also had strong showings at the plate, both going 2-for-3, with Andre adding an RBI to the mix.

But despite their efforts, Beaver Local proved to be too much to handle on this day. And guess what? They’re gearing up for a rematch on Thursday, this time on their home turf. It’s shaping up to be another epic showdown you won’t want to miss.