Columbiana hands Reserve their first loss

Columbiana will welcome Lisbon on Tuesday

Columbiana Clippers High School Baseball - Columbiana, Ohio

BERLIN CENTER, Ohio (WKBN) – In the battle of the unbeaten, visiting-Columbiana got the better of Western Reserve — 6-3. The Clippers trailed 3-0 after the first inning but scored six points in the top of the fifth to secure their 10th win of the year.

Jake Clark hit a two-run double in the fifth while Zach Fahs and Keenan Green also drove-in runs in the inning. Columbiana’s offense tallied four hits and registered five walks in the game.

The Clippers’ Chase Franken posted the win after four innings of work which saw #1 strike out four Blue Devils allowed two earned runs. Zach Fahs tossed the final three innings and permitted just a single hit, striking out two and picking up the save.

Dom Velasquez and Justin Ciccone each had a pair of base hits for the Devils. Ciccone drove-in two runs in the first inning. Ryan Demsky posted a double and stole a base. Wyatt Larimer began the game and pitched four innings, struck out seven and didn’t permit a base hit to start the game.

Columbiana (10-0) will play host to Lisbon on Tuesday. Reserve (9-1) will also visit McDonald on Tuesday.

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