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Thursday Wrap-Up Baseball: Columbiana/Liberty, Austintown Fitch/Springfield, Warren Harding/Ursuline, Howland/Louisville

By All-American Conference, 05/04/19, 8:30AM EDT


Columbiana 11, Liberty 0


Evan Kenneally threw a five-inning no-hitter for the Clippers and was a walk short of a perfect game. He had three strikeouts. Ryan Fahs, Chase Franken and Michael Ginocchi each had two hits for the Clippers.

Fitch 4, Springfield 3


Trey Gianni pitched the final two innings for Fitch (16-6) while allowing just one hit and no runs to pick up the win. Brett Porter pitched the first five innings and struck out four for the Falcons. Bobby Cavalier had two hits to lead the Fitch offense.

Warren Harding 4, Ursuline 3


Brandon Arnold drove in the tying run in the top of the seventh inning for Warren Harding (7-12) at Bob Cene Park. Bret Brown followed that by bringing home the go ahead run for the Raiders. Elijah Taylor totaled two hits for Harding. Cavin Stouffer was the winning pitcher, striking out five over seven innings. Ursuline (10-10) was led by Pat Donofrio with two hits and an RBI and John Schatzel with a hit and an RBI.

Howland 8, Louisville 3


Braden Gebhardt struck out 11 and walked six while giving up three hits in five and a third innings of work to get the win for Howland. Ray Kaso and Luca Massucci each hit a double for the Tigers. Grayson Beamer gave up three earned runs while taking the loss for Louisville.

All-American Conference

The All-American Conference is an OHSAA-sanctioned league, created in 2008 as the result of the merger between the Trumbull Athletic Conference and the Metro Athletic Conference in Ohio. The league has 21 different member schools, with 17 sports offered throughout fall, winter and spring sports seasons.