The Bremen softball team saw its stellar season end Saturday, while the Manchester baseball team earned the right to play for a tournament title.
The Lions, ranked No. 9, dropped a 4-3 final to No. 12 Eastside in the championship contest of the Class 2-A Westview Sectional.
Eastside scored four runs in the sixth inning to take a 4-0 lead. Bremen got a pair of tallies in the sixth frame and one in the seventh, but could not pull it out.
Micaela Box led Bremen with two hits, including a home run.
Chelsea Huppert closed out her outstanding prep career with three hits, including two doubles, for the Lions. She took the pitching loss as she had seven strikeouts and two walks in the circle.
Bremen ends its season at 19-8. Eastside advances to the regional round on Tuesday night with a 21-6 mark.
The Manchester baseball team outscored Cass 12-7 in a semifinal game of the Class 2-A Wabash Sectional.
The Squires scored six runs in the fourth inning to highlight the win. Manchester, now 9-15, will play Oak Hill on Monday at 11 a.m. in the sectional finale. Oak Hill blanked host Wabash 1-0 in the other semifinal Saturday.
David McAtee led the Squires with three hits and three RBI. Janzin Cripe and Hayes Sturtsman each had a hit and an RBI for the winners.