Thursday through Saturday Sectional Wrap Up



 

4A
 
Sectional 1:
Munster 10 Lowell 3
East Chicago Central 10 Gary West Side 2
 
Sectional 2:
Chesterton 9 Michigan City 2
Portage 6 Merrillville 1
Valparaiso 9 Hobart 0
Jerrick Suiter got the win going all seven innings allowing just one hit and striking out 11. Suiter was also 3-4 with two RBIs at the plate. Greg Thome and John Clymer both drove in two runs for Valpo.
 
Crown Point 3 Chesterton 0 F/8
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Portage 15 Valparaiso 7
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Sectional 3:
SB Adams 6 SB Washington 4
Penn 14 SB Riley 0
 
Sectional 4:
Elkhart Central 3 Concord 0
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Warsaw 6 Elkhart Memorial 1
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Sectional 5:
FW Carroll 6 East Noble 1
Timmerman picked up the win allowing just three hits to help Carroll advance. Carroll had eight hits including a homerun from Lengacher and a double from Keathley.
 
Sectional 6:
Jay County 5 Marion 3
Jay County scored five runs in the third inning, which would be all Selvey needed to get the win. Selvey threw all seven gave up just five hits and struck out 14. Fuller homered and drove in four runs, Dunn had three hits, and Miskinis had two hits in the win.
 
Huntington North 8 Homestead 7
Huntington North hit four homeruns in the game and scored in the bottom of the 7th to get the victory. Brown, Whitman, Bartrom, and Green hit the homeruns for Huntington North. Jernigan homered and had three RBIs for Homestead.
 
Sectional 7:
Lafayette Jefferson 6 McCutcheon 2
Sean McDonald picked up the win going six plus innings allowing just two runs on six hits. Brayton Harrington went 2-2 with two RBIs and Eddie Munoz had a two run single for Jeff. Cody Strong went 3-4 for McCutcheon.
 
Sectional 8:
Pendleton Heights 5 Muncie Central 0
Mitch Patishall picked up the win throwing four innings, allowing one hit and striking out five. Trevor Jennings led the offense going 2-3 with two doubles and three RBIs. Grant Hendershot and Austin Early both had two hits, Hendershot also drove in a run.
 
New Castle 6 Connersville 5
Michael Bear picked up the victory throwing 1.2 innings of no hit baseball and striking out five. Austin Cook led the offense going 2-2 with a homerun and three RBIs. Trey Ball and Nick Kendall also collected two hits for New Castle.
 
Sectional 9:
Zionsville 6 Carmel 0
Fishers 3 Noblesville 2
Ant Roach picked up the win going 6.1 innings allowing one earned run on four hits. J.P Pena drove in two runs for Fishers and also picked up the save on the mound. Koby Orris had two hits and drove in the other run for Fishers.
 
Sectional 10:
Warren Central 18 Arlington 0
Cathedral 5 North Central (Indy) 0
 
Sectional 11:
Whiteland 8 Center Grove 4
Franklin Community 2 Franklin Central 1
Perry Meridian 13 Greenwood 2
Perry needed only five innings to pick up the victory. They scored four in the second and three in the third, fourth, and fifth en route to a ten run rule.
 
Sectional 12:
Ben Davis 16 Manual 0
Avon 9 Decatur Central 4
Pike 5 Indianapolis Tech 3
 
Sectional 13:
Terre Haute North 3 Mooresville 1
Bryan Nacke picked up the win allowing just one hit and striking out 12 in the game to help North advance. David Knight had a two run double in the bottom of the third that gave North the lead for good.
 
Terre Haute South 3 Northview 2
AJ Reed picked up the win allowing just three hits and striking out 16. South scored two runs in the top of the 7th to take the lead. Kodie Girton allowing just five hits and struck out 13 in the loss.
 
Sectional 14:
Columbus East
 
Sectional 15:
Jennings County 6 Seymour 4
Jeffersonville 7 Floyd Central 1
 
Sectional 16:
Evansville Reitz 4 Evansville Central 1
 
 
3A
 
Sectional 17:
Hammond Clark 35 Gary Wallace 0
 
Sectional 18:
Andrean 6 Kankakee Valley 1
Knox 22 Calumet 8
Knox scored 10 runs in the first inning en route to a victory. Blake Bridegroom homered twice and Tance Kehoe also added a homerun in the win.
 
Sectional 19:
Rochester 4 Culver Academies 1
Plymouth 4 New Prairie 3
 
Sectional 20:
Benton Central 6 Western 4
Pat Lester and Kenyon Spangler had big offensive days for Benton Central. Lester went 2-4 with a homerun, five RBIs, and a run scored and Spangler was 2-3 with two doubles, a RBI, and two runs scored.
 
Northwestern 9 Twin Lakes 2
 
Sectional 21:
Whitko 7 Lakeland 2
Whitko scored in five of their six at bats to provide enough offense for Stoddard to get the victory.
 
Northwood 8 Wawasee 6
Northwood scored three runs in the top of the 7th to advance in sectionals. Derek Yoder picked up the win and homered twice to lead Northwood.
 
West Noble 6 Tippecanoe Valley 2
Dirk Ormsby threw a complete game allowing just two runs on four hits and striking out 11. Nick Thomas and Kyle Halderman both drove in two runs for West Noble. Landon Stover and Ormsby drove in the other two runs.
 
Sectional 22:
Norwell 6 FW Wayne 4
Norwell scored four runs in the top of the third to help them advance. Patten picked up the victory and Szarenski homered for Norwell.
 
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Sectional 24:
Muncie Southside 10 Delta 9 F/8
Nick Hollowell led the offense for Muncie going 2-3, with two homeruns, five RBIs, and two runs scored. Tre Wills also had a good game at the plate going 2-2 with a double, three RBIs, and two runs scored. Coty Reynolds led Muncie in hits going 4-5 with three runs scored.
 
Yorktown 10 Mississinewa 5
Ryan Cates picked up the win allowing just one earned run on four hits and striking out 14. Zack Stout went 3-3 with a RBI and three runs scored, Justin Miller was 2-5 with a double, two RBIs, and a run scored, and Zeth Tanner drove in two runs.
 
Sectional 25:
Western Boone 11 North Montgomery 10
Lebanon 12 Southmont 2
Jacob Shike picked up the victory throwing all six innings allowing just one earned run and striking out eight. Mason Schaller led the offense going 3-5 with a triple, three RBIs, and a run scored. Daniel Stevenson went 3-4 with a double and three run scored.
 
Sectional 27:
Mt. Vernon (Fortville) 11 Shelbyville 1
Logan Blair got the victory throwing all six innings allowing just one run on four hits and striking out eight. Blair also had two hits and drove in three runs. Drew Krammerer led the offense going 2-3 with a homerun, four RBIs, and three runs scored. Troy Montgomery and John Weaver also had two hits in the win.
 
Sectional 28:
Scottsburg 11 Batesville 4
Greensburg 6 Madison 4
Greensburg scored two runs in the 6th and two in the 7th to advance.
 
Sectional 29:
Edgewood 5 West Vigo 4
Edgewood knocked off unbeaten West Vigo thanks to the pitching of Jake Bauer, who only allowed two earned runs. Cameron Walls hit a solo homerun in 6th that proved to e the difference in the game.
 
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