Warsaw Baseball 7, Mishawaka 5
Warsaw built a 6-0 lead before needing to hold on for the Northern Lakes Conference win Saturday at Baker Park.
Sam Justice had two hit and two RBI and Drew McCleary added two hits and two runs scored, Aaron Greene and Lukas Maier also plating twice.
Milan Burris was 2-for-4 with two runs scored, an RBI and a stolen base to lead the Cavemen.
Justice worked 4.2 innings to get the win for the Tigers (9-12, 6-6 NLC) allowing five hits, one earned run and striking out four.
Caston Baseball 12, Triton 2
Caston moved into first place in the Hoosier North Athletic Conference with the dime in Fulton.
The Comets (9-3 HNAC) scored nine unanswered runs after the game sat at 3-2 heading into the bottom of the fourth. Carter See reached base four times, two hits and two walks, drove in two and scored three times to lead the hosts. Joey Spin had three hits and three RBI, and on the hill, struck out nine in the complete game.
Luke Kaufman drove in Evan Briles twice to account for both Trojan (2-15, 2-10 HNAC) runs.
Wawasee Baseball 16, West Noble 4
Parker Young parked a homer as the Warriors crushed the Chargers.
Young had five RBI in the game, among an 11-run third inning to blow the game open. Kam Salazar had two RBI, Kaleb Salazar scored three times and Gavin Malone added a pair of runs for the Warriors (12-10).
Dylan Stump got his first win of the season, giving up three hits in three innings and striking out four.
Adam Nelson had three hits and a run scored for the Chargers.
Jimtown Softball 2, Tippecanoe Valley 0
Central Noble Softball 7, Tippecanoe Valley 3
Tippecanoe Valley (10-12) came up short in a pair of game at Central Noble.
Against Jimtown, Emily Gletty shut the Vikings down, pitching a one-hit shutout. Gletty did walk four but struck out nine. Sophie Allen had an RBI for the Jimmies. Abby Bowers had the only Valley hit and also had a walk, but was tagged with the loss, allowing both runs in 5.1 innings of work.
Against Central Noble, Mercedes Snapp had an RBI and both Macy Kirchenstien and Corinna Stiles had a hit and run scored. Brayden Baney added a triple.
Stiles and Kirchenstien combined to pitch all seven innings, and none of the seven Cougar runs were earned, Kirchenstien the tough luck loser in the circle.
Bridgette Gray had three hits and a run scored for the Cougars.
Warsaw Softball 14, Triton 4
Warsaw 18, Triton 8
Warsaw dimed Triton on both ends of a doubleheader Saturday morning in Tiger Town.
Avery Sleeth homered and scored four runs in the game one win for the Tigers (14-5), Kali Ousley going 2-for-3 with three runs scored. Tori Tackett got in some morning work, striking out seven for the win. Hannah Snyder was 2-for-3 with an RBI for the Trojans.
In game two, Lindsey Bradley went off, going 5-for-5 with a triple and four runs scored. Kendyll Landis homered and drove in five, Megan McKenzie drove in three and Makayla Holder had three hits and two runs scored. Ousley worked her first game in the circle, striking out six in six innings for her first varsity win.
Madeline Doll had three hits and an RBI and Lena Doll had three RBI for the Trojans (4-14).