Division 1 Northeast District


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Walsh is the first team in these Districts to stamp their ticket to Regionals by beating Mayfield 10-1. The game was much closer than the score indicated.
The Warriors just had more timely hitting and clutch pitching. Mayfield had 2 on with a runner on third with less than 2 outs in the 4th and 5th but couldn’t couldn’t bring any runs home. The score was 4-1 at the time.


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Hoover 5
Boardman 0

Kenston 4
Willoughby South 1
Walk off 3 run HR

North Royalton 5
Avon 4
11 innings

6/2 at Louisville
2:00 Hoover vs Walsh Jesuit
5:00 Kenston vs North Royalton


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St Ignatius 6
Medina 0
Top 3

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Strongsville 7
Wadsworth 0

Strongsville plays the winner of St Ignatius-Medina next week.
(St Ignatius beat Strongsville earlier in the year 9-4)


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St Ignatius 9
Medina 4
Bottom 6
And that's the final.
St Ignatius plays Strongsville next week in the Regional Semis.
The winner plays the winner of the Toledo Districts, who are playing their District Finals tomorrow.


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Walsh Jesuit beats Hoover 4-0 to advance to the Regional finals. Ryan Piech with another complete game shutout, giving up only 2 hits and 1 walk with 9 strikeouts.

Walsh will play the winner of Kenston and North Royalton tomorrow at Louisville. 0


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St Ignatius beats Strongsville 9-2 to advance
The Wildcats face Sylvania Northview in the Regional Final.


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Walsh Jesuit (25-5) plays Kenston (17-8) tomorrow for the Division 1 Region 1 Championship at Louisville.
This is a rematch from the April 21 game at Walsh, won by the Warriors 5-2.

Kenston has scored 17 runs in their 4 playoff games and has given up 7 runs. Overall they average 5.96 runs per game, yielding 5 runs per game.
This is their first Regional Final since 2004. The Bombers will likely have Junior Lefty Parker Munday on the mound tomorrow. Their big HR hitters are Drew McKenna with 2 and LA Mighton with 1.

Walsh has beaten opponents by an aggregate of 34-1 in the playoffs. Overall they have scored 7.6 runs per game and given up 3 runs per game.
The Warriors likely starter is Junior Cincinnati recruit Drew Erdmann. Their top power hitters are the top 3 in the lineup- Joey Canzoni (4 HR), Henry Kaczmar (5 HR), and Mason Eckelman (4 HR). Will Harding and John Simicek have both hit 2 HR apiece.

Both teams starters (Ryan Piech for Walsh and Jake Vasil for Kenston) pitched complete game shutouts today so both bullpens will be fresh.