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April 23, 2014

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Beachy leads Warriors to win

Tarrin Beachy slapped two singles and was the winning pitcher for the Westview Warriors in a 5-4 non-conference win Monday night at Elkhart Christian Academy.


Westview 003 200 0 — 5-10-1

Elkhart Christian 100 030 0 — 4-6-2

Pitching: (Westview) Tarrin Beachy (W), Derricke Johns, Judah Zickafoose. (ECA) Josh Kelly (L), Jacob McCown.

Hitting: (Westview) Beachy two singles, Zickafoose two singles. (ECA) Kenny Bearss two singles.

Warriors edged by Tigers

The Wawasee Warriors dropped a 7-6 NLC thriller to the Warsaw Tigers Monday night at Warsaw.


Wawasee 010 300 2 — 6-9-3

Warsaw 200 302 x — 7-9-2

Pitching: (Warsaw) Kevin Hawley (W), Justin Oberlin, Jonathan Murphy (S). (Wawasee) Gage Fannin (L), Aaron Voirol.

Hitting: (Warsaw) Brandon Shipp home run, single, four RBI; James Brandes double, Caleb Moneyheffer three singles, Tyler Lafollette two RBI. (Wawasee) Bailey Hershberger double, three RBI; Drew Wright double, Gage Reinhard two singles, Nate Hare two RBI.

Next: Wawasee at Memorial today.

JV score: Warsaw won 14-12. (Wawasee: Lucas Garza home run, Sam Rookstool home run, Brock Spangle home run, Harrison Shortill three singles).


O’Dell, Grevengoed pace Raiders

Breanne O’Dell knocked in three runs and Grace Grevengoed two as the Northridge Raiders defeated the Goshen Redskins, 13-1, in NLC action Monday night at Goshen.


Northridge 508 00 — 13-11-2

Goshen 100 00 — 1-2-4

Pitching:(Northridge) Haley Nixon (W). (Goshen) Kaley Holmer (L), Lexi Vnaover, Taylor Caouette.

Hitting: (Northridge) Grace Grevengoed double, two singles, two RBI; Breanne O’Dell double, three RBI; Kylee Lantz double, Mikayla Deisler two singles, two RBI; Hannah Kistler two singles. (Goshen) Jordan Nemeth double, Reagan Wilson single, Taylor Caouette RBI.

Next: NorthWood at Northridge, Goshen at Warsaw, both Wednesday

Falcons fall to Railroaders

The Fairfield Falcons dropped a 5-2 decision to the Garrett Railroaders Monday at Garrett.


Fairfield 000 200 0 — 2-5-0

Garrett 000 000 5 — 5-9-1

Pitching: (Garret) Yarian (W). (Fairfield) Danica Mast (L).

Hitting: (Fairfield) Lairen Miller two singles, Payton Kammerdiener single, Jalisa Schwartz single, Karen Schwartz.

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