NorthWood Baseball 11, Bethany Christian 1
NorthWood (12-5) represented its seniors well on Tuesday by crushing the Bruins in Nappanee.
Jacob Raasch went wild, going 3-for-4 with five RBI and a pair of runs scored. Sergio Lira Ayala added a double and four runs scored and Kyle Sellers had two hits and two runs scored.
Landon Kemp was solid on the mound, firing a two-hitter and punching out seven Bruins in the five-inning dime.
Mishawaka Baseball 6, Wawasee 3
A hot start for the Cavemen pushed the visitors through in Syracuse.
The Cavemen hung a five spot in the first inning and made it stand up. Drew Mason had two hits and two runs scored to pace Mishawaka and Gavin Egendoerfer added an RBI single.
Wawasee’s (10-9, 5-4 NLC) fait accompli was eight errors in the field, which left pitcher Jacob Meek allowing just five hits and no earned runs in a complete game loss.
Mishawaka won the JV game 22-10. Kaleb Salazar was 3-for-3 with an RBI and run scored. Cole Turner added two hits and two RBI.
Bremen Baseball 23, Triton 2
The Lions overwhelmed their rivals Tuesday afternoon in Bourbon.
Every hitter in the Bremen lineup had at least a hit, the Lions getting 22 overall. Marty Manges led the way for the Lions with three hits and four RBI.
Isaac Lemler had a hit and two RBI for the Trojans (2-12).
NorthWood Softball 5, Wawasee 3
The Panthers took a five-run lead, but had to hold on to knock off the Warriors in Nappanee.
Lili Lomeli had the big stick for the Panthers, ripping a pair of doubles and driving in a run. Morgan Jenkins added another two hits, scored two runs and stole a base.
After Sydney King drove in Lomeli for a 5-0 lead, Wawasee began its comeback. Olivia Stuck homered in the sixth, and after loading the bases with no outs in the seventh, Wawasee brought in a pair of runs on fielder’s choices. But Autumn Miller got a groundout to end the threat and the game.
Miller had eight strikeouts for the Panthers (6-11, 4-5 NLC) while her counterpart Haylee Allen struck out four for the Warriors (2-18-1, 1-9 NLC).