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Jets take two from Eagles

Adams Central and Churubusco were deadlocked through seven innings of shutout ball in the first game of their baseball doubleheader Saturday.

Matt Schwaller stepped up and changed that.

Adams Central won the first game 1-0 on a walk-off home run in the bottom of the seventh.

The Flying Jets followed that performance with a 12-2 victory over the Eagles.

BISHOP LUERS 3-10, BLACKFORD 0-2: Noah Hoeffel and Adam Ruest combined for a no-hitter for the Knights in the first win, and Brandon Diss threw a complete game for them in the second game of the doubleheader.

NORTHROP 11-11, BELLMONT 1-10: The Bruins got a fight from the Braves in the second game of a doubleheader but won both.

CARROLL 7-5, WARSAW 3-3: Cody Chase had 11 strikeouts in the first of two wins for the Chargers.

NORWELL 14-5, BLUFFTON 1-1: The Knights put up 16 hits in a two-game sweep of the Tigers. Austin Dettmer went 3 for 4 with four RBI to pace Norwell.


WOODLAWN 7, CARROL 1: Logan Smead went 4 for 4 at the plate with six RBI to lead the Warriors past the Chargers.

ADAMS CENTRAL 7-7, ANGOLA 6-6: The Flying Jets earned two wins, including an extra-innings walk-off after tying the first game in the bottom of the seventh.

BISHOP LUERS 2-1, PRARIE HEIGHTS 1-11: The Knights and Panthers split a doubleheader that included a walk-off win for Luers in the eighth inning of the first game.


ANGOLA INVITATIONAL: Lakeland’s Jordan Davidhizar shot a 5-over 77 to win the individual title, and East Noble posted a 328 to win the team title in the 12-team invitational.