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The Journal Gazette

Saturday, April 21, 2018 11:50 pm

High schools

Knights, Warriors take titles

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The East Noble girls track team won the gold division of the Turtle Town Classic at Churubusco on Saturday, scoring 131 points to put distance between itself and runner-up Columbia City’s 99.33. 

Lexie Moriarity led East Noble by winning the long jump (17 feet, 8 1/2 inches), 100 meters (12.79) and 200 (26.12). 

Westview won the black team title with 121 points, and Central Noble was second with 118.

Baseball

BISHOP DWENGER 11-6, NORTHROP 1-12: The host Saints split a doubleheader with the Bruins at Shoaff Park. Travis Workman picked up the win for Dwenger in Game 1, while Jack Hayden got the win for Northrop in Game 2.

HUNTINGTON NORTH 6-5, SOUTH BEND ADAMS 3-4: The host Vikings swept a doubleheader against the Eagles. Jarret Gray knocked in two runs in each game for Huntington North.

SOUTH ADAMS 7, BELLMONT 2: The host Starfires were outhit 6-5 but beat their county rival Braves. Nic Stuber was 2 for 3 with an RBI and a run scored for South Adams.

Boys golf

CONCORDIA INVITATIONAL: Bishop Dwenger captured the team title at Foster Park with a 287. Columbia City was second with a 311, and Blackhawk Christian third with a 316.

Softball

BISHOP DWENGER 9, ANGOLA 5: Olivia Dickerson picked up the win and added a double in the host Saints’ win. Avery Grider homered for Dwenger, which outhit Angola 15-6.

SOUTH ADAMS 18-5, LAKEWOOD PARK 6-3: The visiting Starfires swept a doubleheader against the Panthers. Victoria Raugh went 6 for 9 with three RBI in the two games.

HOMESTEAD 13, NORTHROP 12: Megan Hostetler’s sacrifice fly in the bottom of the seventh scored Rylee Norton with the winning run for the host Spartans.

Katie Felger and Rylee Norton each recorded a home run for Homestead, while Hayleigh Griggs and Madison Beekly homered for Northrop.

Boys track

MUNCIE CENTRAL RELAYS: Huntington North finished second to Anderson 1141/2-108 for the team title. 

The Vikings’ Brock Spahr won the 1,600 (4:35.2) and 3,200 (10:08.6).