Weekend Roundup

 Weekend Roundup


Madison 4 East Central 2

Ryan Thurston picked up the win allowing only one run in 3 2/3 innings, while striking out four. Aaron Bowling picked up three RBIs and had a double. Noah Hewitt drove in the other run for Madison and also scored.


Hamilton Southeastern 8 Lawrence North 7 F/8

Tyler Grogan picked up the win in the eighth inning. Westin Edrington had three hits, two runs, and RBI for HSE. HSE also had 2 hits, three runs, and an RBI from Justin Striebel. LN had multiple hits from Levi Crawford (3-4, 2 RBIs), Alex Benson (2-4, 2 Rs), and Cory Mexiner (2-5, 2 Rs, 2 2Bs).


SB Riley 8 Michigan City 5

Brett Carlson had a strong day at the plate going 3-3, 2 HRs, 3B, 4 RBIs, 3 Rs, and 1 SB.


Lake Central 28 Morton 2

Lake Central 7 Morton 3

Lake Central?s offense was powerful in game 1 belting out 27 hits, including 15 for extra bases with six of those being homeruns.


Vincennes Lincoln 5 Madison 4

Madison got multiple hits from Clark Vaughn (3-4, RBI, R) and Donnie Malcomb (2-4, 2 2Bs, R).  Noah Hewitt also added a hit and two RBIs.


Homestead 3 Noblesville 1

Homestead?s Rhoades threw a CG allowing only two hits and one unearned run, while striking out 5. Rhoades also picked up a hit and two RBIs. Homestead?s Soat had a solid game at the plate going 3-4, scoring twice and stealing a base.


Homestead 10 Moeller (OH) 5

Weber (Win) and Doan (Save) combined to strike out 7 and 4 respectively. Homestead got multiple hits from Soat (2-4, 2 RBIs, R), Plasterer (2-4, 3 RBIs, R), and Talley (3-3, 2 Rs, RBI, 3B).


Fishers 7 Meade Co. (KY) 4

Baumgartner threw 4 innings giving up two earned runs and striking out two in picking up the win. Clark (1-1, 3 BBs, 3 RBIs, 3B) and Lasch (2-2, 2 Rs, 2 BBs, 2B) both reached base four times. McCalley also had two hit in three Abs and drove in a run.


Fishers 10 Grayson Co. (KY) 0

Tirro threw a CG four hitter striking out nine in Fishers rout. Fishers as a team had 13 hits with three players going 2-3: Orris (2 Rs, 2 RBIs), Patrick (RBI), and VanderBerg (2 RBIs, R). Woolwine and Baumgartner both scored twice, Woolwine also hit a homerun.


Fishers 8 Hancock Co. (KY) 1

Roach picked up the win with 6 IP, 4 Hs, 1 ER, and 6 Ks. Clark reached based 3 times going 1-1, 2 BB and 3 Rs. Woolwine went 2-4 with a RBI and scored once. Lasch also picked up a RBI and scored once going 1-3. Fishers won the Battle for Bluegrass Tournament going 3-0.


Twin Lakes 5 Lebanon 4

Twin Lakes 9 Lebanon 2

The Tigers controlled most of game one but the host Indians took the lead in the bottom of the 6th and went on to win 5-4 then controlled much of the game in game two and completed the sweep 9-2.  The Tigers (2-2) just couldn't string together consecutive hits and the Indians were able to string multiple extra base hits together in key situations all day long.

Senior Jacob Shike pitched another solid ball game for the Tigers in game one.  Strike struck out 7 while walking none but hit a man.  All five runs were earned, four of which came in the pivotal sixth inning.  The Tigers had the lead for much of the game and it got started early.  Senior Jacob Shapiro led off the game with a base on balls, moved to 2nd on a wild pitch, was then moved over on a fielders choice.  Finally, he was driven in by Matt Beard when he grounded out.  The Indians tied it up in their half of the first.  Both sides would then settle into a pitcher's dual until the fifth when the Tigers were able to scratch out a run.  Senior Zach Butner doubled to leadoff the inning, would then be moved over, then singled home by junior Mitchell Starkey.  The sixth would then see the Tigers extend their lead as Shapiro again would leadoff with a walk, would be moved to third after a double by junior Mason Schaller.  Shike would help his cause by hitting a hard ball to the right side that would drive in both Shapiro and Schaller to extend the lead to 4-1.  The Tigers would then fall in the 6th, giving up 4 earned runs in the bottom half.

The second game started like the first with the Tigers going ahead 1-0 after the top of inning number one.  Schaller tripled and would score on a sacrifice fly by Beard.  The Tigers only other run came off the bat of freshman Colton Ranney, making his varsity debut, and in his first career at bat, sent the 0-1 offering over the right field fence for his first career HR.  After that, the Tigers would only collect one more hit.


Mishawaka 18 FW North 4

Mishawaka 4 FW North 0



In game 1 Josh Fry went 4-4, 7 RBIS, 2B and Joey Schuster went 3-4 with 3 RBIS, HR. Zak Sobierlaski picked up the win for Mishawaka. In game 2 Jordan Gard earned his first victory giving up zero runs while striking out 12, Trey Bickel recorded the save.




Jasper 14 Norwell 6

Josh VanMeter went 3-4, 2B

South Ridge 8 Norwell 3

Josh VanMeter RBI, 2B


Northrop 9 Heritage 0

Josh Fisher picked up the win with 15 Ks, he also had a hit.


Bloomington South 15 Bedford North Lawrence 3

Caleb Baechtold picked up the win throwing four innings and Waldon came in for the last 3 innings not allowing any runs. Joey Forney went 2-2 2 Rs, 2 RBIs, Kevin Swango picked aslo drove in 2 and scored once. Colton Wininger hit a HR and drove in 4.


Ben Davis 9 Terre Haute North 5

Terre Haute North 11 Ben Davis 7

For Ben Davis in game one Rhoades picked up the win and drove in two runs. Turpin went 2-2 2 RBIs, 1 Run and Napier also picked up 2 hits scoring once and driving in one run.

In game two Patterson picked up the win throwing 6 innings, he also scored twice and got two hits. Peabody had a strong day at the plate for THN going 4-5 and scoring twice. THN also got a good game at the plate out of Davenport going 2-2 with 3 RBIs.


Other Scores:

Evansville Central 7 Wisconsin Lutheran 1

South Spencer 11 Perry Central 1

North Posey 16 South Knox 4

Tell City 9 Evansville Memorial 6

Evansville Harrison 11 Wisconsin Lutheran 1

Evansville Harrison 13 Wisconsin Lutheran 3

Jasper 14 Norwell 6

Cathedral 17 Pike 7

Fort Wayne Carroll 13 New Albany 1

New Albany 10 South Dearborn 4