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High school roundup

Cadets’ Paradise confounds Eagles with 5-hit shutout

Mitch Paradise was anything but Tuesday for the Columbia City Eagles.

The Concordia pitcher scattered five hits and struck out nine as the Cadets shut out the Eagles 5-0 at Concordia.

Caleb Wynn went 2 for 3, and freshman Nick Bradley had an RBI triple for the Cadets.

Baseball

BELLMONT 4, SOUTH SIDE 2: A three-run sixth lifted Bellmont at South. The Braves had nine hits.

DEKALB 11, EASTSIDE 3: The Barons scored seven runs in the second and third innings to blow it open at DeKalb.

Boys track

EASTSIDE 78, EAST NOBLE 54: Eastside won nine events, including both hurdle events and four field events.

Girls track

EAST NOBLE 102, EASTSIDE 23: East Noble overwhelmed Eastside, winning five of six field events, six other individual events and all three relays.

The Knights swept the top three spots in the shot put, the 3,200, the 800 and the discus.

Softball

JAY COUNTY 4, SOUTH ADAMS 3: Alyssa Bluhm went 2 for 3 with a double and scored two runs for the Starfires at Jay County.

Abby Myers pitched six innings, gave up two earned runs and struck out two.

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