Reedsville jumped out to an early 2-1 lead after the first inning but Chilton responded with nine unanswered to hand the host Panthers the 10-2 loss.
The Panthers (9-6, 9-6 Olympian Conference) were held to four hits as Trevor Mack paced Reedsville by going 1-for-2 with an RBI.
Elliott Ebert took the loss for the Panthers, throwing 31⁄3 while allowing eight earned runs on eight hits.
Sheb. South 14, Man. Lincoln 0 (6)
The host Ships were no-hit by a combination of Redwings’ pitchers Conner Harrison and Carter Amundsen.
After scoring one run in the first and fourth innings, South exploded with a four-run fifth and an eight-run sixth to seal the victory.
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SMC 12, Mishicot 1 (5)
Derek Cornils paced the host Indians by going 1-for-1 with an RBI and also drew a walk in the losing effort.
Mishicot tied the game at 1-1 entering the top of the second inning but St. Mary’s scored 11 unanswered starting in the second.
Taking the loss for Mishicot was Drew Honzik, who threw three innings and six runs — four earned — on four hits.
Howards Grove 8, Man. Lutheran 2
The visiting Lancers scored two runs in the fifth inning but it wasn’t enough against the Tigers.
Lincoln Raddatz took the loss for Lutheran, allowing two runs — one earned — in three innings of relief. In all, just one of Howards Grove’s eight runs was earned.
Raddatz also paced the Lancers offense, going 1-for-1 with an RBI and two walks. Also for Lutheran, Peter Lindemann went 2-for-2 with an RBI.
Late Thursday Chilton 7, Mishicot 1
Jeff Stuck took the loss for the Indians, throwing all seven innings while allowing seven runs — five earned — on eight hits while striking out six.
Erik Battin led Mishicot at the plate, going 1-for-2 with an RBI.