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The Journal Gazette

Saturday, April 28, 2018 10:50 pm

High schools

Canterbury wins own golf invitational

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The host Cavaliers won the Canterbury boys golf invitational on Saturday by 10 strokes with a total of 318 at Chestnut Hills.

Lafayette Harrison finished in second with 328 despite a tournament-best 72 from sophomore Nic Hofman, who shot a 2-under 34 on the front nine. Blackhawk took third, finishing 20 strokes back.

The Cavaliers' Carson Stohler and Camdyn Cobler finished third and fourth, respectively, shooting 76 and 77. Joey Shaklik was the third Canterbury player in the top 10, with an 81 that put him in a tie for eighth.

 

DEKALB INVITATIONAL: Bishop Dwenger won by 31 strokes over second-place Angola with a team score of 303 at Bridgewater. The Saints took the top three individual spots as Logan Ryan shot a 3-under 69, Danny Kimes had a 75 and Luke Miller fired a 77.

WAWASEE INVITATIONAL: Chesterton defeated Homestead on a tiebreaker after both teams finished with a total score of 310 in Syracuse. Chesterton's Mitch Davis was medalist with a 70, while the Spartans' Garrett Willis finished second with 71.

Baseball

SNIDER 6-0, CARROLL 5-5: The Chargers (14-2) saw their 13-game win streak snapped when they split a home double-header against the Panthers (5-6). Snider's Jeffrey Tolbert pitched a complete game and struck out six to end the streak.

HOMESTEAD 14-3, NORTHROP 5-10: Northrop (11-4) split a road doubleheader with the Spartans (7-6) thanks to four hits and two runs scored for Gaven Schreiber.

Softball

DELTA 7, HOMESTEAD 3: The Spartans (9-1) lost their first game as Delta sophomore Natasha Coy hit a home run and got the road win on the mound.

 

HUNTINGTON NORTH 12, WARSAW 0: The Vikings scored five runs each in the third and sixth and totaled 12 hits at Warsaw. Sydney Selvage doubled and pitched a three-hit shutout. 

Tennis

DELTA INVITATIONAL: Carroll (12-0) remained undefeated and won the tournament in Muncie after beating Hamilton Southeastern (8-3) in the final. The Chargers lost two of the three singles matches against Hamilton, but won both doubles matches to take the title. Carroll's Katelyn VanWyngarden won all three of her individual matches.

Track

LIME CITY RELAYS: Homestead's Rhylee Jones led the Spartans to titles in the 1,600-meter relay in 4:05.01 and the distance medley in 7:01.74 at Huntington North. Northrop's Shaton Vaughn set a meet record, running the 110 hurdles in 14.26 seconds and also won the 300 hurdles in 39.65.