Baseball: Ontario shuts out Galion in MOAC play


By Brandon Little - [email protected]



Galion’s Landon Campbell was one of three Tigers that was able to pick up a base hit against Ontario on Wednesday evening.

Galion’s Landon Campbell was one of three Tigers that was able to pick up a base hit against Ontario on Wednesday evening.


Brandon Little | Galion Inquirer

Ontario added three runs in the first inning to give them some momentum.


Brandon Little | Galion Inquirer

GALION — Ontario traveled to Heise Park and blanked Galion by a score of 8-0 on Wednesday evening in Mid Ohio Athletic Conference action.

Warriors’ pitcher Ryan Chapman had a complete game, allowing just three hits and walking a single batter. Chapman was able to sit down seven Tigers on strikes.

Chapman picked up a hit at the plate and brought in two runs to help his cause.

Ontario (5-2, 3-2 MOAC) jumped out to a quick 3-0 lead after an inning of baseball. The Warriors brought a run across due to an error, then Gage Weaver ripped a double, bringing another one across the plate. Chapman singled to right field to bring in Weaver.

Weaver finished 2-for-4 at the plate and scored three runs. Colten Ramion and Braxton Hall led the way for Ontario, going 3-for-4 at the dish each.

Neither team would score again until the top of the fourth inning. Ontario again was able to get active and bring another pair of runs in.

Chase Studer singled in a run, then Peyton Dzugan recorded an RBI ground out.

Ontario added another run in the fifth inning, as Weaver was able to race home on a passed ball.

The seventh inning was again friendly to the Warriors. Ontario received another run due to an error, then a sacrifice fly-out, thanks to Chapman. Each team recorded two errors.

Galion was able to get a pair of base runners in the final inning, but they were stranded.

Landon Campbell took the loss for Galion, pitching five innings, and allowing 11 hits. Campbell was charged with just two earned runs. Braylen Hart pitched two innings in relief.

Braxton Prosser, Max Albert and Campbell picked up the only hits for Galion.

Tigers and Warriors are scheduled to match-up again on Thursday, which will be weather depending.

Galion now sits at 2-9 overall and 2-5 in conference play.

Baseball scores from April 20

Seneca East 1, Colonel Crawford 0

Northmor 10, East Knox 5

Loudonville 6, Crestline 5

Upper Sandusky 30, Bucyrus 0

Highland 6, Shelby 0

Pleasant 7, Clear Fork 3

Softball scores from April 20

Ontario 16, Galion 6

Colonel Crawford 14, Seneca East 1

Upper Sandusky 12, Bucyrus 2

Highland 6, Shelby 1

Clear Fork 6, Pleasant 2

River Valley 7, Marion Harding 3

Marion Harding 4, River Valley 0

Galion’s Landon Campbell was one of three Tigers that was able to pick up a base hit against Ontario on Wednesday evening.
https://www.galioninquirer.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/38/2022/04/web1_DSC04084-2.jpgGalion’s Landon Campbell was one of three Tigers that was able to pick up a base hit against Ontario on Wednesday evening. Brandon Little | Galion Inquirer

Ontario added three runs in the first inning to give them some momentum.
https://www.galioninquirer.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/38/2022/04/web1_DSC04039-2.jpgOntario added three runs in the first inning to give them some momentum. Brandon Little | Galion Inquirer

By Brandon Little

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