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LadyCats denied share of MOAC title by Vikings
Monday, May 6
RV 4, NU 0
River Valley stepped up to the challenge in an MOAC softball showdown at North Union High School on Monday.
A win by North Union over the undefeated and top ranked Division II team in Ohio would have pulled the Lady Cats into a tie with the Vikings for first place in the MOAC's Red Division.
LadyCats wrap up regular season, prep for MOAC, district
BV 117, NU 82,
VA 28, DC 9
Buckeye Valley piled up 117 points to win a quadrangular meet on the Barons' track. North Union was a strong second with 82, while Village Academy tallied 28 and Delaware Christian 9.
Morgan Chapman was a double winner for the LadyCats, taking both the 300 hurdles and the 3200 run.
Wildcats fourth at Riverdale, ready for post-season
BV 94, NU 74, VA 7
In a triangular meet at Buckeye Valley, the Wildcats put points all over the score sheet but finished second to the home team because the Barons dominated the first place column.
Of the 17 events, the Cats won only two individual events and one relay.
Wildcats bust out of slump in run-rule victories
Monday, May 6
NU 13, RV 3
The North Union baseball team broke a nine game losing skid with a 13-3 win in six innings over River Valley on Monday.
The Wildcats erupted for four runs in the bottom of the first and never trailed in the game. A five run fifth and a three run sixth invoked the mercy rule.
Jayvees wrap up 14-5 season
Monday, May 6
NU 5, RV 1
The North Union JV softball team avenged one of its early season losses with a pleasing win over River Valley on the road.
“We got solid defense and solid pitching with some consistent hitting from key players in this game,” NU coach Jessica Green said. “All of this gave us the edge over a team that had shut us out 5-0 earlier in the season.”
Jayvees snap losing streak
Saturday, May 4
Elgin 10, NU 4
The NU jayvees outhit Elgin 10-5, yet managed to lose 10-4. Four errors, two walks and two hit batters figured into the mix.
Elgin scored four runs in the third inning and at least one run in each subsequent inning to post the victory.
Elgin baseball team plans golf outing
On Saturday, June 29, Whetstone Golf Club will be the site of a golf outing. Proceeds of the day's events will benefit the Elgin High School baseball program.
The four person team scramble will tee off with a shotgun start at 9 a.m. There will be snacks at the turn and possibly a lunch/dinner after golf is completed.
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