Bailey Long was the winning pitcher. She allowed one earned run on five hits and three walks, while striking out three.
Winamac 10, North Judson 0, 5 innings
Bethany Brogdon pitched a two-hit shutout as Winamac improved to 9-6 overall.
Brogdon (7-5) struck out a dozen and issued just two walks.
The Warriors had seven hits — four of them were home runs.
Brogdon hit two home runs. She had a solo shot in the second inning and a two-run tater in the fourth. Chantel Heinsen added a three-run homer in the second, and Macy Bischoff had a two-run shot in the fifth.
“Kids are hitting with a lot of power right now, and that is good to see,” Winamac coach Jennifer Belcher said.
• Winamac split with Knox on Saturday. The Warriors won the first game 10-4, but lost the second game 18-10. In the opener, Heinsen had two home runs, a single and five RBI. Brogdon added a homer, two singles and two RBI. Courtney Seymour had a double and Bischoff and Gabby Behny each had two singles and an RBI. Brogdon was the winning pitcher.
In game two, Bischoff had two homer and four RBI. Brogdon had a homer and two RBI. Seymour contributed a single, double and RBI. Kallie Rassmussen had a double and single and Brooke Daugherty added two singles. Rasmussen was the losing pitcher.
Peru 9, Pioneer 4
The Panthers (6-9) had nine hits in the loss. Carter Ulrich and Tucker Waddups each had two singles and an RBI. Austin Harmon and Chad Clifford also had two singles.
North White 8, Winamac 1
Winamac’s offense was put on hold with only five hits. The Warriors (4-11) were led by Jeremy Bentle and Brent Evans, each having a double.
Jack DeGroot was the losing pitcher. DeGroot allowed four earned runs with two strikeouts in four innings. Bentle allowed two earned runs on three walks and two strikeouts in three innings.