(4-22-22) It took 13 innings to decide but Bryan would hang on to beat Hilltop 13-1.

Arnold

Bryan’s Kailee Thiel scored the tying run in the bottom of the 7th inning to send the game to extra innings…and a history making day.

Addie Arnold would hit the walk-off game winner in the bottom of the 13th to bring home Marlee Yoder with the winning run. Arnold had quite the game, pitching the first 12 innings, allowing six hits and recording 28 strikeouts…a new Bryan school record.

Katelan Nagel entered the game for Golden Bears in the top of the 13th and struck out 3 more Cadets to pick up the pitching win. The two Bryan pitchers combined 31 K’s in the game.

Box Score

Hilltop — 000 100 000 000 0 — 1
Bryan — 000 000 100 000 1 — 2

Records: Bryan 10-2, Hilltop 10-3

OHSAA State Records

Most Strikeouts, Game (minimum 25, extra innings)

55 – Hayley Flynn, Duncan Falls Philo vs. Thornville Sheridan (2010) (24 innings)
44 – Kasie Kelly, Wooster vs. Lexington (2009) (20 innings)
42 – Kristy Goodrich, Warren Lordstown vs. Bristolville Bristol (1998) (21 innings)
39 – Megan Everson, Bristolville Bristol vs. Warren Lordstown (1998) (21 innings)
37 – Kinsi Tellep, Byesville Meadowbrook vs. Cadiz Harrison Central (2009) (14 innings)
34 – Erin Gabriel, Poland Seminary vs. American Heritage (FL) (4/12/2012) (16 innings)
34 – Caitlyn Minney, LaGrange Keystone vs. Dagmar Smith (4/20/2010) (15 innings)
33 – Megan Flenniken, Cincinnati St. Ursula Academy vs. Batavia Clermont Northeastern (03/30/2010) 16 innings
32 – Holly Tomaszewski, Lexington vs. Wooster (2009) (20 innings)
31 – Lauren Slatten, Cincinnati Oak Hills vs. Lakota West (2012) (16 innings)
31 – Heather Clark, Oxford Talawanda vs. Harrison (2000) (15 innings)
31 – Nikki Scott, Columbus Bishop Ready (1998)
30 – Sarah Phillips, Powell Olentangy Liberty vs. Hilliard Davidson (2006) (22 innings)
30 – Jessica Miller, Medina vs. Berea (1999) (12 innings)
29 – Allison Smith, Warren Champion vs. Anthony Wayne (4/27/2019) (14 innings)
29 – Courtney Smith, Hilliard Davidson vs. Powell Olentangy Liberty (22 innings)

28 – Addie Arnolds, Bryan vs. Hilltop (4-22-22) (12 innings)
28 – Gwen Sparks, Portsmouth Notre Dame vs. Ironton (5/10/21) (12 innings)
28 – Julia Miller, New Philadelphia vs. Marietta (4/22/2019) (13 innings)
28 – Ruthie Kaiser, Bloomfield vs. Newbury (4/8/2019) (12 innings)
28 – Cheyenne Eggens, Vienna Mathews vs. Bristol (5/6/2014) (13 innings)
28 – Emily Anderson, Batavia Clermont Northeastern vs. Middletown Madison (2010) (15 innings)
28 – Jordyn Fisherback, Greenville (2009)
28 – Shana Szypka, Genoa Area (2006)
28 – Shana Szypka, Genoa Area vs. Bloomdale Elmwood (04/26/2006)