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April 18, 2014

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

Logan softballgets win at Taylor.

(Continued)

Benton Central 7, Cass 3

Savanna Thompson, Alexa Humerickhouse and Logan Henry had the Kings’ lone three hits on the night in a loss Wednesday in Walton. Humerickhouse and Cheyenne Dittmaier each had an RBI.

Hailey Holt started on the mound and pitched four innings. She allowed three runs (none earned) on five hits and four walks with four strikeouts. Dittmaier pitched the final three innings, allowed four runs (one earned) on four hits and two walks with one strikeout.

The Kings committed seven costly errors in the game.

Boys track

Winamac 103, Carroll 29

The Warriors were dominant in their win over the Cougars by winning 15 events, placing second in eight and third in 10.

Winamac coach Jeff Beach was very pleased with his team.

“It was a nice night with not a lot of wind, and the kids ran well,” said Beach. “Despite having 11 wins, we also have depth. It’s not just first place, but the guys getting second or thirds that are helping us out.”

Zach Markley was a quadruple winner for the Warriors (8-0). Kyle Collins and Brandon DeGroot were triple winners, and Bill Williamson and Zen Zupin were double winners. Markley won in the 200-meter dash (:24.03), 400 (:53.3) and high jump (5-8). Collins was tops in the 800 run (2:06) and 1,600 run (4:50). DeGroot took first in the 110 hurdles (:17.5) and long jump (18-4). Williamson won the pole vault (12-0). Zupin took first in the 300 hurdles (:42.6). Other winners were Collin McGee (shot put, 41-10) and Dalton Button (discus, 129-6).

Zupin and Collins joined Derek Dotlich and Brayden Tankersly in winning the 4x800 relay (9:24). In the 4x100 relay, DeGroot joined Parker Fox, Shorter and O’Donnel in winning (:46.5), and Pugh, Williamson, Zupin and Markley was tops in the 4x400 relay (3:36).

Girls track

Winamac 78, Carroll 54

Missy Bailey and Claire Collins were each quadruple winners, and Claire Collins and Morgan Ball were double winners for Winamac. Bailey was tops in the 100 hurdles, 300 hurdles and pole vault. Collins took first in the 1,600 run, 800 run and 3,200 run.

Collins joined Sara Bailey, Dagny Zupin and Jaydyn Scott in winning the 4x800 run, and Missy Bailey was teamed with Sara Bailey, Ball and Steph Shorter to win the 4x400.

Shorter took first in the 400 dash. Ball came in first in the 200 dash.

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