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May 2, 2014

Friday roundup: Cass baseball beats Tri-Central 13-4

Lewis Cass’ baseball team picked up right where it left off in a 13-4 win at Tri-Central on Friday night. The game was called after six innings due to darkness.

The Kings (9-4) pounded out 11 hits in the win. They led 12-2 before Tri-Central scored twice in the bottom of the fourth to help extend the game.

Kyle Dwiggins had three hits including a home run to lead the Kings, who had five extra base hits in the contest. R.J. Phillips, Jake Miller, Noah Byers and Hunter Clark each had a double. Clark finished with two hits.

John Hartley got the win in relief. Evan Ohman started and Dakota Hammond also pitched in relief.

Cass next travels to Mid-Indiana Conference leader Western on Tuesday. Western is alone in first at 2-0 while six teams are locked in a tie for second at 1-1.

The Kings lost their MIC opener last Tuesday at Hamilton Heights but bounced back with a win over Taylor Thursday by 10-run rule.

Western defeated Hamilton Heights 6-3 Thursday, breaking open a 2-2 game with four runs in the sixth.

Softball

Winamac 11, S. Newton 0


The Warriors improved to 7-5 and 4-1 in the Midwest Conference with the five-inning win in Kentland.

Brooke Daugherty went 3-for-3 with a double and two RBIs for Winamac. Chantel Heinsen was 3-for-4 with a double and RBI. Bethany Brogdon had two hits including a triple and two RBIs. Gabby Behny tripled and had two RBIs, and Macy Bischoff added a double.

Brogdon fired a three-hit shutout, striking out five.

Winamac hosts Knox for a twinbill today.

Boys golf

Logan 170, Delphi 174


Matt Beeman earned medalist honors for Logan with a 41 at Carroll County Country Club.

He was followed by Bryan Worthington (42), Will Harvey (43), Deion Rennewanz (44) and Jack Skaggs (44).

“I’m proud of our overall effort tonight. We have so much parity that any given night someone is going to step up and play well,” Logan coach Pete Lundy said. “We struggled early, but our guys can battle and that’s what we did.”

Logan (2-3) competes at the Rochester Invite today.

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