Area ball clubs saw action Tuesday evening.
The Bellefontaine varsity baseball team shut out Dayton Stebbins 13-0.
Jordan Baughman homered and tallied 3 RBIs, Nick Burton doubled twice and totaled 3 RBIs, and Brandon Wilson added 2 RBIs.
From the mound, Josh Clifton struck out 6.
BHS moves to 15-7 overall and 11-4 in the CBC. They will host Indian Lake Thursday on 1390 WBLL at five p.m.
Stebbins falls to 5-19, 0-15.
The Bellefontaine Red JV baseball team shut out Dayton Stebbins 5-0.
On the mound, Joe Oliver fanned 7.
Lane Kiser tallied 3 RBIs.
The Benjamin Logan varsity baseball team defeated Indian Lake 4-1.
Austin Cline earned the win. He struck out five in six innings.
Garrett Dunn recorded the save.
Zane Collins had two hits and an RBI, Collen Pulfer smacked a double, and Brady Bechtel added a hit and an RBI.
The Riverside varsity baseball team topped Troy Christian 14-2.
Dalton Bollinger homered twice contributing 5 RBIs and Dustin Proffitt added 3 RBIs.
The Pirates improve to 16-8.
The West Liberty-Salem JV baseball team fell to Minster 16-1.
The Benjamin Logan varsity softball team beat Indian Lake 4-2.
Taylor Quay had 2 RBIs and Courtney Stewart struck out 9 in the win.
For the Lady Lakers, Ashley Franks tallied 2 RBIs.
West Liberty #1 Thomans IGA handled Lakeview 24-3.
Brandon Upton was 5-for-5 with 8 RBIs, 5 runs, and 3 stolen bases.
Ben Hyland, Logan Brown, Luke Woods, and Tyler Louden combined for the no-hitter.
Washington Township edged Ridgeway 2-1 in seven innings.
The game was scoreless after six innings.
Starting pitcher Matt Kawalec struck out 12.
Nathan Severt had three hits, including the game-winner.
For Ridgeway, Cole McKinley had 12 Ks.
Huntsville #2 McKeestown Trading Post defeated East Liberty Middleburg 10-5.
Ethan Parker and John Zumberger each had three hits. Darrick Curtis added a triple.
Ethan Fulkerson, Garrett Gross, and Zumberger combined for 7 strikeouts.
For East Liberty Middleburg, Taggert Beaty had a double.
Washington #2 beat West Liberty #1 4-1.
Logan Evans was 3-for-3. Ian Wischmeyer stole home.
Andrew Joseph, Reece Lensman, and Evans pitched well.
Best Door and Window played Vital Signs.
Jaxon Hoskins hit a three-run home run in the first inning, Christopher Ritzma recorded a double and a single, and Foster Noreiga added two hits.
The Bellefontaine Area Church Softball League hosted two games at Gretna Tuesday night.
Reality Outreach Church #1 ran past First Baptist Church Urbana 28-3.
Bellefontaine First Church of God #1 outscored Rushsylvania Church of Christ 26-10.