Jake Kingery led Caston at the plate with two singles and a run scored. Galen Rentschler and John Martin each added a single and an RBI.
“We got an outstanding pitching performance from Young,” Caston coach Blake Mollenkopf said. “We asked him to bounce back from Friday night start on a short rest and he did with his best outing of the year. He threw strikes and allowed no walks on a windy, cold night. We were solid on defensively, adjusting to the wind.”
N. Judson 9, Winamac 3
Winamac (4-8) dropped its sixth straight game.
The Warriors’ offense sputtered with only three hits. Devin Kistler led with two doubles and two RBI. Maverick Schultz added a single.
Jack DeGroot was the losing pitcher. He allowed five runs on three hits with one strikeout in 4 1/3 innings. Jeremy Bentle pitched 1 2/3 innings in relief, allowing four runs on six hits.
Logansport 6, Peru 1
Holding a 1-0 lead, Logansport scored five more runs in the top of the sixth inning to gain some breathing room.
Bailey Kelley led Logansport with two singles. Kristie Flora (triple) and Jennifer Kreighbaum (double) added an extra-base hit apiece. Abbi Zartman, Emily Prentice, Kennedy Curl and Lauren Pruitt each had a single, and Flora and Curl each had an RBI.
Prentice (3-4) was the winning pitcher. She allowed one run on six hits and five walks with three strike outs.
Winamac 13, North White 3, 5 innings
Winamac’s bats came alive in the Midwest Conference game with four runs in both the first and third innings, and single runs in the second and fourth innings. The final three runs were scored in the bottom of the fifth inning for the 13-3 win, which ended on a 10-run rule.
Bethany Brogdon led the Warriors (5-4, 3-1 MWC) with two singles and three RBI. Brooke Daugherty added two singles and two RBI, and Stephanie Crist contributed a double and an RBI.