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April 30, 2014

Logan overcomes high winds, LCC to improve to 8-2

Logan overcomes high winds, LCC to improve to 8-2


Kiser was also a quadruple winner, placing first in the 100 and 800 and anchoring the winning 400 relay team that included Kari Parmeter, Brittney Biggs and Emilee Sweet. Mati DeWitt took first place in both the shot put and discus and Storey was first in the 300 hurdles.

Winamac 73, N. White 46, Tri-County 37

Claire Collins was a quadruple winner and Morgan Ball was a double winner for Winamac.

Collins won the 800-meter run, 1,600 run and 3,200 run. Ball was tops in the 100 dash and 200 dash. Savanna Button took first in the shot put, and Stephanie Shorter won the high jump.

Collins was joined by Dagney Zupin, Sara Bailey and Jaydyn Scott in winning the 4x800 relay.


Pioneer 15, Tippy Valley 0

The Panthers (9-6) waited out a 30-minute lightning delay and then belted out 13 hits with the wind blowing out at Tippecanoe Valley (5-5).

Kirsten Zarse had a triple and single. Kayte Miller doubled twice and had two RBIs. Megan Smith collected a double, single and scored two runs. Katie Bingaman singled twice and had three RBIs. Kennedy Nies hit an RBI triple. Ashley Miller and April Wheeldon each had RBI singles, and Emily Powell and Sadie Layman both singled.

Bingaman fired a four-hit shutout, striking out eight with no walks.

Pioneer gets a bit of a break before hosting Maconaquah next Monday.

Winamac 23, Culver 0

Kallie Rasmussen pitched a two-hitter as Winamac (6-4) blew out Culver Community in five innings.

Rasmussen allowed no runs on two hits and one walk, while striking out two.

Macy Bischoff led the Warriors with two home runs, two singles and seven RBIs, including a grand slam in the first inning. Brooke Daugherty added three singles and three RBIs. Stephanie Crist came up with a single, double and three RBIs. Bethany Brogdon had a single, double and two RBIs. Allison Craft pounded out two singles and an RBI, and Gabby Behny also had two singles.

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