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Class A softball champs pick up narrow victory

The defending Class A state softball champions haven’t lost their touch.

Lakewood Park Christian got a seven-hitter from ace Mikeila Boroff and staved off a late rally to clip Northridge 6-5 Saturday at Northridge. The win moved Lakewood Park to 3-0.

Boroff struck out seven, and Suzanne Grimm and Jamie Budreau each drove in two runs.

Baseball

HOMESTEAD 15, CARSON CITY 8: The host Spartans struck for six runs in the second and five in the third to put away Carson City.

ADAMS CENTRAL 15, SOUTH ADAMS 3: A nine-run fourth for the Flying Jets ended this one after five innings at Adams Central. Isaac Soldner went 4 for 4 with a home run and drove in five runs.

ADAMS CENTRAL 3, BELLMONT 1: Isaac Luginbill muzzled the Braves with a two-hitter, striking out eight.

Softball

CARROLL 7, GREENFIELD CENTRAL 1: At Carroll, Katy Guebard shut down Greenfield with a two-hitter, striking out 11. Emily Cantanzarite and Maddy Peterson each had three hits and two RBI for the Chargers.

NORWELL 8-15, SOUTHERN WELLS 0-5: The visiting Knights got a three-hit shutout from Tiffany Williams in the opener and scored 12 runs in the first three innings in the nightcap to sweep the Raiders.

BLUFFTON 7, CENTRAL NOBLE 0: Kaitlyn Lovell spun a three-hit shutout at Bluffton, striking out 11.

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