March 21, 2024 at 1:28 p.m.

Arbuckle eats innings for HU

Collegiate Check-up


The Foresters were in the midst of four games in two days. 

A Jay County High School graduate helped eat some innings for them.

Noah Arbuckle, who graduated from JCHS in 2020, went eight innings Saturday as the Huntington University baseball team won the first game of a doubleheader 15-4 over Mount Vernon.

The Foresters (12-11) never trailed, scoring three runs apiece in the third and fourth innings and then breaking the game open with a six-run fifth.

Arbuckle struck out three batters over his eight innings before turning the game over to Anderson Fenton for the final three outs. He gave up four runs on 10 hits and two walks.

The senior leads Huntington with 34 innings pitched while recording 17 strikeouts and a 5.29 ERA. He is 3-2 with one complete game and one save.


Renna Schwieterman

Jay County – 2023

Scored seven points off the bench for the Purdue Fort Wayne women’s basketball team as it advanced through the first round of the National Invitational Tournament with an 83-75 victory Wednesday over Eastern Kentucky.

Schwieterman shot 3-of-5 from the field including a 3-pointer in her 14 minutes of play. She also shared the team-high of four rebounds and added an assist and a steal.

The Mastodons (22-12) will play in the second round Sunday against the host Cincinnati Bearcats.


Maddie Guggenbiller

Fort Recovery – 2023

Drove in one of the two runs for the Defiance College softball team in its 3-2 loss Sunday to Wartburg.

Guggenbiller had a double for the Yellowjackets’ lone extra-base hit as she finished 2-for-3 at the plate. She also had an RBI.

The freshman also drew a walk Saturday in a 4-3 loss to Spalding.


Crosby Heniser

Jay County – 2022

Had a brief stint in relief Saturday in the Manchester University baseball team’s 11-4 win over Berea.

Heniser faced just a couple of batters, hitting one with a pitch and striking out the other in one-third inning of work. He did not allow a run.


Griffin Mann

Jay County – 2021

Competed as an individual over the weekend in the Great Lakes Intercollegiate tournament at Rose-Hulman.

The Hanover College competitor placed 76th in the 36-hole tournament.


Sophie Pearson

Fort Recovery – 2023

Served as a pinch runner Saturday in the Thomas More University softball team’s 2-1 loss to Cedarville.

Pearson entered the game as a pinch runner for Delaney Kemper in the top of the second inning. She advanced from second to third base on a wild pitch before the inning ended on a Hailey McAdoo strikeout.

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