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The Journal Gazette

Sunday, May 14, 2017 1:00 am

High schools

Spartans win title game at Warsaw

Journal Gazette

The Homestead softball team defeated Warsaw 6-1 to win the Warsaw Invitational on Saturday.

The Spartans scored all their runs by the fourth in the championships game.

Homestead defeated Concordia 9-3 in the first game as Lauren Selking hit a double and a triple and drove in two runs. Libby Hetler and Victoria Shannon hit home runs for the Cadets.

Kennedy Steele hit two home runs, a double and a triple. Shelby Prows hit two doubles and Faith Poor added a home run for Concordia in a 19-0 win over Wayne.

SOUTH ADAMS 0-2, EASTBROOK 4-1: At Eastbrook, in game one, the Panthers scored all four runs in the bottom of the sixth. Starfires pitcher Katelin Augsburger struck out 13 and walked two in the loss.

In game two, Isabella Ramirez and Morgan Alberson scored in the top of the first and held off Eastbrook. Anna Nussbaum gave up six hits in a complete-game performance, striking out five.

Baseball

NORTHROP 11-9, BELLMONT 1-3: At Northrop, in game one, Garrett Schoenle hit two home runs and a double and Gaven Schreiber doubled for the Bruins.

In game two, Ben Keating hit a homer and added a double and Gavin Schoenle and Jacob LaMonte each added a double for Northrop.

HERITAGE 6, ADAMS CENTRAL 3: At Adams Central, Bobby Lomow hit a triple and finished with three RBI and Nick Bosler finished 2 for 2 with two runs scored and two RBI to lead the Patriots.

Golf

LEO INVITATIONAL: At Cedar Creek, Bishop Dwenger took the team title 302-311 over runner-up Homestead.

The Saints were led by medalist Luke Miller, who shot a 2-under 69. Logan Ryan shot 74 in a three-way tie for second.

Tennis

NECC TOURNAMENT: Central Noble won 49-46 over runner-up Fairfield. Erika Maneke finished second at No. 1 singles for the Cougars, Maggie Kaiser was second at No. 2 singles, Erin Maneke won No. 3 singles and Ellie Cole and Anna Jank won No. 1 doubles.

West Noble's Tara Miller and Riley Kruger earned all-conference for a second-place finish at No. 1 doubles.

CONCORDIA INVITATIONAL: Canterbury won with 43 points with wins from Kyra Foster at No. 1 singles, Samantha Becker at No. 2 singles. The Cavaliers swept doubles.

Brianna Baughman won at No. 3 singles for the host Cadets.

Adams Central and Mississinewa tied for second with 27 points.