LOCAL SPORTS ROUNDUP: Monday, April 22, 2024

Apr. 22—Here are your local scores from Monday, April 22.


Triton 9, Bethany Christian 2

Triton outhit Bethany 13-4 and beat the Bruins 9-2 at home Monday afternoon. Jacoby Reinhardt brought in the lone RBI for Bethany which dropped to 3-6.

Concord 4, Mishawaka 0

Concord won it's sixth-straight ballgame Monday afternoon, taking down Mishawaka in conference action. The Minutemen collected just four hits as the Caveman scratched seven past. The difference was when Concord broke a scoreless tie in the fifth, scoring a pair and tacking on two more for good measure in the seventh. Lukas Ulfig batted 2-3, driving in three Minutemen. Concord now leads holds the sole lead of the NLC and moves to 8-3 (3-0).

Fairfield 18, Prairie Heights 1

In the first round of NECC Tournament action, Fairfield stormed past the home Panthers in a blowout win. Fairfield scored five runs in the first inning, six in the third and four in the fifth. Michael Slabaugh finished 3-4, scoring four times and driving in four others. Fairfield now sits 10-4 on the season.

Goshen 4, Plymouth 2

Goshen tallied its first conference victory Monday on the road. The RedHawks scored the games first four runs before cruised to the finish line. Kyan Miller pitched five innings, allowing two runs and striking out eight. Braxton Cline hit a two-run home run in the first inning. Goshen is now 4-7 (1-3 NLC) this season.

Northridge 8, Wawasee 1

Northridge tacked on a home conference victory Monday afternoon over visiting Wawasee 8-1. The Raiders outhit the Warriors 8-7. Kam Radeker finished 2-2, driving in three runs while Jack Urbanski hit 2-4, scoring once, driving in two runners with a double and triple. Northridge improves to 5-5 (2-2 NLC). Wawasee falls to 4-5 (0-4 NLC).

NorthWood 4, Warsaw 2

NorthWood tallied a big road win Friday afternoon in Warsaw. The Panthers were outhit 7-5 but were more efficient offensively. NorthWood scored once in the second, third, fourth and seventh innings. The Tigers scored a pair in the home seventh. Mason Bogan batted 2-4, scoring twice and hitting a double. NorthWood improves to 8-3, (3-1 NLC).

Eastside 2, Westview 1

Westview put together a poor game Monday afternoon losing their opening game of the NECC Tournament to home Eastside. The Warriors duo of Gavin and Max Engle combined to strike out 18 Eastside batters but the team put together three hits and committed four errors. The team's lone RBI came from Jaxon Engle in the fifth. Westview now sits at 8-7.


Mishawaka 17, Concord 0

Mishawaka scored five in the first inning and eight in the second on way to a conference win at home. The Minutemen fall to 0-8 (0-4 NLC).

Fairfield 10, New Prairie 4

Fairfield faired well in the opener to it's NECC Tournament action. The Falcons scored in all but two innings Monday afternoon on the road. Adelyn Holsopple hit a home run and drove in three runs with teammates Lilly Yoder also scoring three runs. Fairfield is now 8-4.

Plymouth 5, Goshen 2

Goshen committed five errors in a home conference loss to Plymouth. The RedHawks let up the three-run difference in the sixth inning. The RedHawks fall to 1-9, (0-4 NLC) this season.

Wawasee 7, Northridge 2

Wawasee marched on to a road conference victory Monday afternoon over Northridge. The Warriors offense came alive, tallying 13 hits and scoring seven runs. Northridge committed six errors, contributing to the loss. Natalya Holder batted 2-4, scoring a pair and scoring twice herself. Haylee Allen batted 2-4, collecting three RBIs while throwing seven innings, allowing four hits, one earned run and striking out 12. Wawasee improves to 7-6 (2-2 NLC). Northridge falls to 5-6 (3-1 NLC).

NorthWood 19, Warsaw 2

NorthWood scored eight runs in the second and six in the third to create a 19-2 win over Warsaw at home. The Tigers committed five errors while NorthWood tallied 11 hits. Brooklyn Davis batted 3-4, scoring thrice and bringing in a pair. The Panthers improve to 5-5 (3-1 NLC).

Eastside 16, Westview 5

Westview fell to 2-4 in it's NECC Tournament opener at Eastside. The Blazers connected on 14 hits to Westview's five.


Mishawaka Marian 3, Bethany Christian 2

Bethany Christian fell at home to Mishawaka Marian Monday afternoon. The Bruins won both doubles matches but falls to 3-3.

Fairfield 4, Churubusco 1

Fairfield beat Churubusco Monday afternoon 4-1. The Falcons recorded wins in all but No. 2 doubles with Addie Mast (No. 1 singles) and Allie Stahly (No. 3 singles) both winning 6-0, 6-0. Fairfield improves to 4-2.

Northridge 3, NorthWood 2

Northridge won a crucial game in the NLC at home in a 3-2 win over No. 26 NorthWood. The Raiders swept the singles competition with Saige Wheatley winning 6-1, 6-0 in No. 1 singles, Jaycie Cress winning in three sets (7-5, 3-6, 6-2) in No. 2 singles and Sage Granberg wining 6-4, 6-1 in No. 3 singles. Northridge improves to 5-2 (2-1 NLC). NorthWood falls to 6-4 (2-1 NLC).

Goshen 4, Jimtown 1

Goshen beat Jimtown 4-1 to improve to 5-5 this season.

Bremen 4, Wawasee 1

Wawasee fell to Bremen Monday afternoon. The No. 1 doubles partners of Kenley Stewart and Allison Clark brought in the Warriors lone point at 6-4, 6-1.

Westview 3, East Noble 2

Westview edged East Noble 3-2 in girls tennis action Monday afternoon. Kristen Bender won a three-set thriller 6-3, 5-7, 6-2. Other wins for the Warriors were in No. 1 singles with Maddie Stults winning 6-2, 6-2 and No. 3 singles hitter Cam Christner 6-3, 6-3. Westview is now 7-1 (4-0 NECC).


Trinity Greenlawn 158, Northridge 166, Westview 174

In a very competitive match at Meadow Valley GC, Trinity Greenlawn took home two wins while Northridge split the matchup and Westview took the last spot. Warriors No. 2 hitter Luke Haarer carded a one-over par 37 to win medalist honors.

Bethany Christian 205, Oak Park 234

Bethany Christian picked up at Cobblestone GC Monday afternoon. The Bruins were led by Noah Schrock who earned medalist honors shooting a 47.

Fairfield 158, Wawasee 166, West Noble 221

Fairfield picked up a pair of wins on the golf course Monday afternoon at Maxwelton GC. Miles Nine recorded a 38 while Fairfield's Brayden Miller carded a one-under 35 for medalist honors.