It’s been some week in the circle for NorthWood’s Madison Miller.
The rising sophomore star fired a one-hitter in pitching her team past LaVille 6-1 in a non-conference game at the Callander Complex in Nappanee Wednesday night.
Miller also had a one-hitter with 12 strikeouts in a win over West Noble Monday night and earned the win in relief Tuesday night as the Panthers rallied to edge Whitko 4-3 in 10 innings.
NorthWood scored all six of its runs in the opening inning en route to its fourth win in five games.
Amanda Jenkins and Gracie Clark each had a pair of hits to lead the offense for the Panthers.
Kylie Thornton and Kennedy Hochstetler each had one hit for NorthWood.
NorthWood plays at Elkhart Central Saturday at 11 a.m.
The NorthWood baseball team took out any leftover frustration on West Noble.
The Panthers, who lost at Elkhart Central in extra innings Tuesday night, crushed the host Chargers 20-1 in five innings in a makeup game Wednesday evening in Ligonier.
NorthWood piled up 16 hits in the win, scoring seven runs in both the third and fourth innings of the rout.
Brant Mast had a huge night at the dish for the Panthers. Mast slammed three hits, including a home run and a double, and drove in six runs.
Peyton Bear carried a big stick too as he homered among his three hits and collected five RBI.
Matt Dutkowski also homered for the Panthers. He also earned the pitching win with a three-hitter with five strikeouts and no walks.
NorthWood , now 3-1, will play at Fairfield Friday night.