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April 29, 2014

Prep roundup for Tuesday, April 29

Hartley pitches Cass baseball squad to victory over Pioneer


Brogdon (4-4) was the winning pitcher. She allowed no runs on one walk with six strikeouts in four innings. Mackenzie Howard pitched an inning in relief allowing three earned runs and one walk. She struck out two. Between the two of them, North White had four hits.

Caston 12, West Central 0, 5 innings

Tori Rentschler pitched a one-hit shutout in Class A No. 9-ranked Caston’s Midwest Conference win.

Rentschler struck out nine and walked one.

The Comets came alive on offense as well with three runs in the first and second innings, four runs in the third and two runs in the fourth.

Tori Rentschler, Tierney Rentschler, Madison Taylor, Hope Weaver, Adrienne Frye and Marli Leazenby each had singles in leading Caston. Taylor came up with three RBI. Tori Rentschler and Frye had two RBI apiece.

Pioneer 10, Tri-County 0,5 innings

Pioneer’s Katie Bingaman pitched a one-hitter in the Midwest Conference win. She struck out 10.

Kennedy Nies led the Panthers with a single, triple and two RBI. Kayte Miller added two singles. Riley Morris had an RBI triple. Katie Bingaman added an RBI double, and Megan Smith, Ashley Miller and Emily Powell each had a single. Smith also scored two runs.

“It was a solid conference win for us,” coach John Bingaman said. “We got solid pitching performance and solid defense. Plus, we are hitting the ball well the second time through.”


Culver Military 159, Logansport 170

The Berries dropped their third straight dual match. Deion Rennewanz led Logansport with a score of 40, followed by Kennedy Achey (41), Bryan Worthington (43) and Will Harvey (46).


Logansport 73.5, Cass 68.5

Both Logansport and Cass came out winning eight events apiece. The Berries dominated in field events in winning four of the five events.

“The girls did a good job [Monday] in not-so-good weather,” Logansport coach Randy Kuhn said. “Cass has some good runners and coach [Grace] Scott does a great job. I think both of us were trying to rest some injured kids, and we just happened to come out on top. Now add Pioneer and Caston into the mix and it should be a good meet at the Cass County meet this Saturday.”

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