NorthWood Baseball 12, West Noble 0
In a matchup of potential sectional opponents, Isaac Roberts had a night to remember.
Roberts threw a no-hitter, working all five innings and walking just three in the dominant performance. Roberts struck out 11 in his first varsity no-hitter.
Kyle Sellers had four hits had four hits and three RBI for the Panthers while Isaiah Yoder had three hits, three runs scored and four driven in.
NorthWood (3-0) has scored at least 12 runs in all three of its wins this season.
Tippecanoe Valley Baseball 14, Triton 0
There was a second five-inning no-hitter going on about 15 minutes southwest of Nappanee as Cameron Manuel made his high school debut and twirled a gem.
Manuel was perfect through 4.2 innings, losing his perfecto on a walk to Jeremiah Farrell one strike away. Manuel, who had 11 strikeouts in the game, only allowed one Triton (0-2) ball out of the infield.
Valley (1-1) hung 13 of its 14 runs on the board in the first two innings, highlighted by a two-run homer from Rex Kirchenstien and a pair of doubles from DJ Estep, who added another single and scored two runs in the contest.
Mishawaka Marian Baseball 7, Warsaw 6
Warsaw took a tough loss at Mishawaka Marian, the Knights rallying in its final at-bat.
Warsaw led 6-5 and had gotten two outs in the seventh, but Marian rallied with three straight singles to plate two, the walk-off coming from Kaleo Kakalia.
Lukas Maier led Warsaw with a bases clearing double among a five-run second inning. Aaron Greene and Drew McCleary also added RBIs in the frame.
Wawasee JV Baseball 6, Central Noble 5
Kaleb Salazar and Ryan Menzie had two RBI apiece as Wawasee’s junior circuit got a home win Monday.
Salazar added a double and run scored for the Warriors (2-1), which used five combined innings of scoreless pitching from Landen Alexander and Cole Turner, the two fanning nine in their work.
Fairfield Softball 3, Wawasee 2
Fairfield pulled back a pair of runs in the fifth to trip up Wawasee in Benton.
After Haylee Allen and Olivia Stuck drove in runs for Wawasee in the top of the fifth to claim a 2-1 lead, Fairfield responded in its half of the fifth. Mackayla Stutsman came home on a Kayla Miller groundout and Laney Faldoe advanced home on a wild pitch to score the go-ahead and eventual game-winning run.
Stuck and Stutsman each had three hits to lead their teams.
Allen took the loss for Wawasee (0-3-1), giving up four hits and the two unearned runs while Brooke Sanchez worked all seven in the circle for Fairfield, striking out 12.
West Noble Softball 7, NorthWood 5
A four-run first inning gave West Noble the boost it needed in a win in Ligonier.
A two-run double by Angela Caldwell got West Noble going, and a pair of RBI hits from Julia Vargas and a two-run double by Lily Nelson gave the Chargers needed room to breathe.
NorthWood countered with an RBI triple by Morgan Jenkins and RBI single from Macy Lengacher. Lili Lomeli added an RBI single for the Panthers (0-4).
Kacee Click got the win for the Chargers, working three innings, and Tori Franklin went the final four innings for the long relief save.
West Noble (4-0-1) touched up NorthWood hurler Autumn Miller for 10 hits and five walks in six innings.