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Rochester rallies past Plymouth

May 31, 2011

PLYMOUTH — They say hitting is contagious, but once the Rochester bats caught fire Monday, it was downright virulent.
Rochester cranked out nine hits for eight runs in the fifth and sixth innings, tying up the Pilgrims at 6-all on a Chad Miller grand slam during a five-run fifth, then taking the lead for the first and last time with a three-run sixth as they ousted host Plymouth 9-8 in a Class 3A Sectional 19 semifinal at Bill Nixon Field.
The Zebras ultimately dropped the final 8-0 against Marian, which advanced through John Glenn in the other semifinal Monday morning.

Krugh and Marian shut out John Glenn 4-0 in Plymouth semi

May 31, 2011

PLYMOUTH — Mishawaka Marian opened and closed the door on John Glenn all in one inning.
The Knights got off to a bumpy start as two errors and a base hit loaded the bags with no outs in the top of the first, but Marian ace Taylor Krugh came right back at Glenn batters for three straight strikeouts to wiggle off the hook, and the Falcons barely threatened again in a 4-0 Marian win at the Class 3A Plymouth Baseball Sectional at Bill Nixon Field Monday.

Rochester rallies past Plymouth

May 31, 2011

PLYMOUTH — They say hitting is contagious, but once the Rochester bats caught fire Monday, it was downright virulent.
Rochester cranked out nine hits for eight runs in the fifth and sixth innings, tying up the Pilgrims at 6-all on a Chad Miller grand slam during a five-run fifth, then taking the lead for the first and last time with a three-run sixth as they ousted host Plymouth 9-8 in a Class 3A Sectional 19 semifinal at Bill Nixon Field.
The Zebras ultimately dropped the final 8-0 against Marian, which advanced through John Glenn in the other semifinal Monday morning.

May 27th

Triton falls in championship heartbreaker with South Central

May 28, 2011

BOURBON — There’s a saying in baseball and softball that the third out is often the hardest to get.
Three nights after battling with nine two-out runs to upset No. 5 Westville in their Class A Softball Sectional 51 opener Tuesday, the Lady Trojans experienced the flip side of that fact.

Plymouth survives Cougars, 4-3

May 27, 2011

PLYMOUTH — Just when things seemed their darkest, Plymouth found a way to pull out the win.

Stuart scatters 5 as Rochester ousts Eagles, 4-1

May 27, 2011

PLYMOUTH — The hits have been coming for Culver Military all season.
But the Eagles struggled at the plate when it mattered most Thursday, recording just five hits for one run as they fell to Rochester ace Aaron Stuart 4-1 in Class 3A Plymouth Baseball Sectional action at Bill Nixon Field.
The Zebras move on to play Plymouth in a sectional semifinal Monday following another semi between John Glenn and Mishawaka Marian, scheduled for 11 a.m. The championship is slated for 8 p.m. Monday night.

May 26th

Argos’ Shepherd inks with Bethel basketball

May 26, 2011

ARGOS — Latisha Shepherd, a 5-foot-4 guard from Argos High School, has committed to continue her basketball and academic careers for the 2011-2012 season at Bethel College in Mishawaka.
“I chose Bethel because it is where I felt the most at home,” said Shepherd. “It allows me to enjoy the two things I love: playing basketball and being in a Christian atmosphere.”

May 25th

Triton unseats No. 5 Westville

May 25, 2011

BOURBON — After Westville ace Ashley Henrich shut out Triton in last year’s sectional championship game, the Trojans knew what they were up against.
On Tuesday, they were ready.
Triton batters took an aggressive approach at the plate and on the bags, and the Trojans surprised Henrich and the Blackhawks with 15 hits, earning a 9-6 upset of No. 5 Westville in a Sectional 51 semifinal at home. The win was a reprisal for last year’s final, when the Blackhawks handed their hosts a 7-0 win for the school’s first-ever championship.

South Central dimes Argos at Triton tourney

May 25, 2011

BOURBON — Argos fell behind early and never recovered in a 12-2 Triton Sectional loss to South Central Tuesday.

Neer knocks down regional records at Bremen track tourney

May 25, 2011

BREMEN — A fluky timing glitch created a 45-minute delay at the Bremen Girls Track Regional Tuesday.
Culver Girls Academy senior Waverly Neer tried her hardest to put the meet back on schedule.
Seeded faster than the state standard in the 1600 and 3200, Neer blistered the field and the regional record in both races to qualify for the state finals.
Altogether, eight area athletes advanced to the June 4 state finals at the Robert C. Haugh Track and Field Complex at Indiana University, Bloomington.

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