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April 18, 2014

No. 7 Lewis Cass baseball falls at HN, 3-2

Logan softballgets win at Taylor.

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Winamac 13, Oregon-Davis 0

Winamac scored 12 runs in the first inning to set the tone for the game.

Jeremy Bentle was the winning pitcher. Bentle and two other Warrior pitchers combined for a one-hit wonder.

Bentle also did it at the plate with a three-run homer and finished with four RBIs. Jack DeGroot added a double and two RBIs, and Dylan Hintz had two singles.

Rochester 10, Pioneer 1

The Panthers dropped a game at Rochester to fall to 1-3.

“We put the ball in play much better. Our top five really put the ball in play,” PHS coach Dick Farrer said.

Billy Swisher had a double for the Panthers. Tucker Waddups added an RBI single.

The Panthers allowed six earned runs for the contest.

“Again, our kids that are learning on the mound are pitching against the bigger schools during the week,” Farrer said.

Pioneer travels to West Central for a doubleheader Saturday.

Softball

Logansport 15, Taylor 0

Logansport’s Bailie Long and Emily Prentice combined on four-hit shutout as the Berries (2-3) snapped a two-game skid with an easy win at Taylor.

Lauren Pruitt led Logansport with a home run and an RBI. Kristie Flora added a single and double. Jennifer Kreighbaum and Chelsey Haskett each had two singles. Bailey Kelley and Mallory Rowe each had a double.

Logan travels to South Bend Clay Saturday and will also face Hammond Noll.

Twin Lakes 9, Pioneer 3

Pioneer’s Kayte Miller hit a three-run home run in Monticello, the 10th of her career.

But the Class A No. 8 Panthers weren’t able to hold on to an early 3-0 lead, as Twin Lakes struck for seven in the second inning.

Riley Morris added a double and single for Pioneer. Kennedy Nies and Ashley Miller each added a pair of singles.

Pioneer travels to North Miami Saturday and will also face Morgan Township.

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