April 13, 2011
No. 2 Bloomington South 18 Linton-Stockton 8
South had 16 hits on the night and half of them were doubles, lead by Caleb Baechtold 3-3 with three doubles and four RBIs and Matt Acton 4-4 with a homerun, three RBIs, and three runs. Nolan Rogers and Wininger both had two hits, three RBIs, and three runs for South. Kevin Swango and Joey Forney also contributed for South both picking up two hits and driving in two runs.
No. 4 Lawrence Central 10 Greenfield-Central 0
Christian Montgomery got the start going 4 innings striking out 7 and did not allow an earned run. Offensively, the bears were paced by Jaylen Quarles who went 3-3 with a HR and 4 RBIs. Montgomery added a 2 run triple.
No. 5 Lake Central 10 No. 10 La Porte 0
Lake Central improved to 9-0 behind a no hitter from Jimmy McNamara, who has not allowed a hit in his last 14 innings pitched. Brandon Cloutier had a big day at the plate going 3-3 HR, 2 2Bs, 6 RBIs.
Evansville Central 5 No. 12 Jasper 4
Jasper jumped out to an early three run lead in the first, but Central came back with three of their own in the third. Jasper went into the top of the 7thtrailing by a run, but managed to tie it up. Central responded in the bottom of the frame scoring a run for the victory.
No. 13 New Albany 13 Madison 3
Rogers went five innings for New Albany to pick up the win giving up only two hits. Two of the three hits he gave up were to Madison’s Sam Smith. Evan Hackney had the other hit for Madison and drove in two runs.
Norwell 7 No. 14 Huntington North 3 F/8
Norwell got 6 1/3 innings from Josh VanMeter, who also double and drove in a run. Austin Dettmer also scored a run in Norwell’s victory.
Homestead 13 FW Dwenger 3
Jake Weber picked up the win throwing five innings allowing three runs and striking out 4. Homestead had 14 hits as a team lead by Soat going 3-3 with three RBIs and two runs. Homestead also had good offense from Talley (two Hs, three RBIs, R), Plasterer (two hits, three runs), Rhoades (two hits, three RBIs) and Jerrigan (2-2, two runs).
Westview 6 Washington 5 F/9
Darren Stillson drew a bases loaded walk in the bottom of the 9th to win the game for Westview. Jamar Weaver, Damon Miller, and Tarin Beachy all had two hits for Westview and Lukas Miller lead there team with two RBIs.
Greensburg 9 Connersville 0
Meyer threw six innings, striking out nine, for Greensburg to pick up the win and contributed to the offense with a homerun. Greensburg’s offense was lead by Bailey (3-5, HR), Vanderbur (2-4, 2B, HR) and Tressler (2-5) in their win.
Lawrence North 6 Avon 1
Nick Weybright picked up the win for LN throwing six innings, giving up six hits, striking out three and not allowing an earned run. He also went 2-2 at the plate with a RBI and run. Larew was solid at the plate going 3-3 with a double and drove in a run. Crawford (2-4, two runs) and Meixner (1-2, 2B, RBI, R) were the other two players for LN that had good days at the plate.
Roncalli 13 Southport 7
Ryan Parrott (UIndy) had a big day at the plate and in the field to help Roncalli overcome a 4-1 deficit going in to the bottom of the 6th. For Southport, Danny West (UIndy) had a 4-4 day at the plate with 3 doubles and driving in 4 runs.
Lebanon 14 Western Boone 0
Senior Jacob Shike pitched all five innings, allowing just one hit and striking out seven, to pick up the win. Lebanon had many players contribute to the offensive attack lead by, Junior Mason Schaller (4-4, HR, three RBIs, three runs), Senior Matt Beard (2-2, two BB), and Junior Brenden Shearer (3-4, 2B, HR).
Gibson Southern 16 Wood Memorial 5
Gibson Southern had a 12 run 4th inning to lead them to victory. They managed to collect 11 hits during the game.
Heritage Hills 2 North Posey 0
Heritage Hills got a combined four hit shutout from Pella and Simpson to lead them to a close victory of North Posey.
Vincennes Lincoln 7 Loogootee 2
Vincennes Lincoln got their scoring in the fourth and fifth innings putting up four and three runs respectively. Loogootee’s two runs came off of a homerun by Ackerman.
Forest Park 7 Floyd Central 6 F/9
Forest Park trailed 6-3 going into the bottom of the seventh, but managed to tie the game up and would eventually pull off the victory in the ninth. Schwinghamer provided some pop for Forest Park in the first hitting a solo homerun.
Southridge 4 Northeast Dubois 1
Southridge had ten hits and scored three runs in the top of the 7th to help them win. Dubois tried to make a comeback in the bottom of the seventh, but only managed to score once.
North Daviess 10 Pike Central 4
North Daviess put up eight runs in the first four innings to help propel them to the win, they also managed to collect 11 hits.
Oak Hill 9 Southern Wells 7 F/8
Derek Durkes went 2-4 with a double for Oak Hill in their extra inning win.
Woodlan 10 Adams Central 3
Ryan Rickert picked up the win throwing six innings giving up two runs on six hits and striking out five.
Eastern (Hancock) 9 Randolph Southern 1
Cody Wallace and Derek Arbuckle combined to throw a one hitter while striking out eight. Dalton Korlowicz led the offense for Eastern going 2-3 with four RBIs and two runs. Steve Stunda also had three RBIs in the game.
Silver Creek 8 Mitchell 0
Matt Hawn went 3-for-3 with two RBIs to lead host Silver Creek past Mitchell, 8-0. Teammates Jared Vest, J.D. Ehringer and Layne Taylor each were 2-for-4. Silver Creek pitchers Kyle Briner 5 innings 7 K's and Shae Durham 2 innings 3 K's combined to throw a four-hit shutout.
Columbus North 6 Franklin Community 3
Adam Jones picked up the win throwing 6 1/3 innings, allowing just one earned run and striking out six, Daniel Ayres came in for the save. Hunter McIntosh lead the offense for CN going 3-4 with two runs, two stolen bases, and drove in a run. CN also had runs batted in from Braden Pelley, two, and CJ Dennis, one.
Valparaiso 7 No. 7 Crown Point 1
No. 16 Andrean 11 Lowell 1
Fremont 9 Central Noble 6
DeKalb 8 FW Northrop 3
FW Northside 10 Columbia City 6
Warren Central 3 Carmel 2
Warren Central 8 Carmel 2
Highland 6 Hobart 0
Portage 5 Michigan City 2
Anderson 10 Elwood 2
Terre Haute South 14 Vermillion 2
Whiteland 7 Plainfield 1
Greenwood 11 Martinsville 4
Shelbyville 2 Columbus East 0
Mississinewa 5 Marion 4
Brownstown Central 1 Seymour 0
Lafayette Jefferson 6 Kokomo 4
Muncie Central 15 Jay County 3
Pendleton Heights 5 Alexandria 0
East Noble 7 Snider 6
Kankakee Valley 14 Griffith 3
New Haven 6 FW Southside 2
Wawasee 13 Whitko 3
Mt. Vernon (Fortville) 12 Shenandoah 0
Yorkton 10 Daleville 2
Bellmont 9 Blackford 8
Northwestern 8 West Lafayette 2
Rockville 5 Greencastle 1
Crawfordsville 9 Tri West 0
Crawford County 13 Lanesville 0
Peru 19 Pioneer 8
Eastside 10 Angola 0
Rensselaer Central 6 Tri-County 3
Westville 7 New Prairie 4
South Spencer 8 Castle 5
Wapahani 11 Union 3
Wheeler 3 Boone Grove 2
Scottsburg 3 Henryville 0
North Central (Farmersburg) 15 Clay City 2
Cowan 7 Northeastern 3
Lafayette Central Catholic 10 Tri-Central 1
FW Canterbury 12 Harding 0