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High Schools

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    In a rivalry that includes the postseason, and for the last four years the regular season, Penn took a 9-8 series lead on Snider with a 37-17 win Saturday at Spuller Stadium.
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    Carroll girls golf coach Bryan Koehlinger accidentally forgot to bring the NHC championship trophy to Whispering Creek Golf Club on Saturday.
  • DeKalb senior runs off with title
    DeKalb senior Mark Beckman won the boy’s 5-kilometer race at the Bruin Invitational at Northrop in a time of 15 minutes, 45.4 seconds. Concordia’s David Ehlers was second in 16:31.6 and Northrop’s Dustin Starnes finished third in 16:
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Northrop’s Jack Welty slides into second base as New Haven’s Justin Bennett catches the ball Tuesday during the second inning of the Bruins’ 9-5 home victory over the Bulldogs.
High schools

High school roundup: Northrop topples New Haven

Colin Brockhouse belted a home run to help lead Northrop to a 9-5 home win over New Haven on Tuesday.

Brockhouse moved from third base to first base after undergoing Tommy John surgery last summer.

The Bruins scored four runs in the second after the teams each scored once in the first. New Haven scored twice in the third and sixth, and Northrop scored twice in the fourth and sixth.

Nick Snow had two doubles for Northrop, and Mike Snyder had a double. Joey Filosa picked up the win.

New Haven’s Vance Shearer and Trent Bill each had a double.

Softball

LAKEWOOD PARK 4, CENTRAL NOBLE 0: At Central Noble, Mikeila Boroff threw a no-hitter, striking out 14, to lead the Panthers.

WAWASEE 22, WEST NOBLE 9: At West Noble, Meghan Fretz drove in four runs with three hits to lead the Warriors.

Tennis

WEST NOBLE 4, WHITKO 1: At Whitko, Anna Buttgen and Tiffany Byers won singles matches, and the Chargers won both doubles matches.

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