---- — Keisling to competeat Top 60 workout
Lewis Cass’ Austin Keisling will compete at Hoosier Basketball Magazine’s Top 60 Senior Boys Workout on Sunday at Marian University in Indianapolis.
Statistical evaluation, game observation and statewide research were conducted throughout the season and the 2014 state tournament to determine Hoosier Basketball Magazine’s Top 60. This is the 27th year of the event.
Two sessions of the Top 60 Senior Workout will be hosted by Hoosier Basketball Magazine, in conjunction with the IHSAA and the IBCA.
Boys primarily from Northern and Southern Indiana, including Keisling, will participate in the first session (1-3 p.m. EST). The remaining players, primarily from Central Indiana, will compete during the second session (3:30-5:30 p.m. EST).
Both sessions are open to the public for an admission charge of $7.
Logan youth baseball holding final signup
The Logansport Youth Baseball has announced the last day it will be accepting new kids is Monday. Registration is at the Logansport school administration building from 7 a.m.-4 p.m.
If you cannot make it during those times, call Anthony at 574-721-4970. The league is open to kids who are between the ages of 4-12 on April 30 of this year. The league is broken down into Majors, Minors, Rookies and T-Ball. Payments plans are available.
Mickelson amongleaders at Houston
HUMBLE, Texas (AP) — Phil Mickelson is among the leaders after shooting a bogey-free 4-under par 68 in his opening round of the Houston Open, showing no effects of the muscle pull that forced him to withdraw from last week’s Texas Open.
The five-time major winner, who practiced at Augusta National for two days this week in advance of the Masters, is three shots back of leaders Bill Haas and Charley Hoffman — both who shot 7-under 65.
Keegan Bradley and Matt Kuchar lead a group of five golfers at 6 under after Thursday’s play. J.B. Holmes, Erik Compton and Jim Renner are also at 6 under, while 10 golfers are at 5 under.
Former world No. 1 Rory McIlroy, playing in the afternoon on the 7,441-yard Golf Club of Houston, finished with a 2-under 70— five shots back of the lead. World No. 10 Dustin Johnson withdrew after an 8-over 80.
Shanshan Feng leadsKraft Nabisco
RANCHO MIRAGE, Calif. (AP) — Michelle Wie let a couple of shots slip away late Thursday afternoon in the Kraft Nabisco Championship, leaving her a shot behind Shanshan Feng.
Tied for the lead after playing a four-hole stretch in 5 under, Wie lipped out a 3-foot par putt on the par-3 17th and settled for par and a 5-under 67 after her wedge approach released long on the par-5 18th.
Feng shot a 66 in perfect morning conditions at Mission Hills in the first major championship of the year. The 24-year-old Chinese player had seven birdies and a bogey.
Se Ri Pak birdied her final hole in the afternoon to match Wie at 67.
Angel Yin, a 15-year-old amateur from the Los Angeles suburb of Arcadia, was another stroke back at 68 with Amy Yang.