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April 23, 2014

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JV score: Fairfield won 17-14. (Fairfield: Alexis Thaxton winning pitcher, Samantha Shank home run, two singles, three RBI; Hannelore Jones two singles, five RBI; Shelby Graber four singles, two RBI; Lynsey Miller two singles, two RBI.

Millers lead Concord to conference win

RaeAnn Miller tossed a no-hitter and Jenny Miller smacked three doubles as Concord posted a 4-0 NLC win over NorthWood Monday night at Concord.


NorthWood 000 000 0 — 0-0-1

Concord 200 00 x— 4-7-0

Pitching: (Concord) RaeAnn Miller (W). (NorthWood) Taylor Troxel (L).

Hitting: (Concord) Jenny Miller three doubles, jade Iavagnilio two singles, Sabrina Scherer two RBI.

Records: Concord (4-3, 1-0 NLC) at Plymouth, NorthWood at Northridge, both today.

Warriors clipped by Tigers

The Wawasee Warriors dropped a 3-1 decision to the Warsaw Tigers Monday at Warsaw.


Wawasee 001 000 0 — 1-8-1

Warsaw 200 100 x — 3-6-0

Pitching: (Warsaw) Speicher (W). (Wawasee) Amber Lemberg (L).

Hitting: (Warsaw) Jones double, two singles, Ousley double, single; Speicher two RBI. (Wawasee) Ale Brito two singles, Cristina DeLaFuente two singles. Meghan Fretz RBI.

Records: Wawasee (5-2, 0-1 NLC) hosts Elkhart Memorial today.

JV score: Wawasee won 24-1. (Wawasee: Hannah Haines winning pitcher.

Roth, Yoder lead Warriors

Amber Roth and Brooke Yoder both had two hits for the Westview Warriors in a 7-0 NECC win over the Fremont Eagles Monday at Westview.


Fremont 000 000 0 — 0-5-3

Westview 205 000 0 — 7-11-1

Pitching: (Westview) Sam Penning (W).

Hitting: (Westview) Amber Roth double, single; Brooke Yoder two singles, two RBI; Pfenning two singles, Hannah Witham two singles.


Minutemen collect two home wins

The Concord Minutemen posted a team score of 173 to defeated Culver Military Academy (174) and LaVille (187) Tuesday night at Bent Oak Golf Club near Elkhart. Peyton Kime of Concord and John Connelly of CMA shared medalist honors with 38s.


Concord (173) — Peyton Kime 38, Noah Gonyon 43, AJ Sandlin 46, Cole Wilkerson 46, Dave Dietz 46.

CMA (174) — John Connelly 38, Kirby Hart 45, Joseph Camors 45, Santiago Fernander 46, Ben Sharff 47.

LaVille (187) — Zach Gurtner 40, Michael Butler 45, Cam Gunter 48, Brian Lindstrand 54, Tyler Thomas 58.

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