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High Schools

  • Penn gives Snider rude farewell
    In a rivalry that includes the postseason, and for the last four years the regular season, Penn took a 9-8 series lead on Snider with a 37-17 win Saturday at Spuller Stadium.
  • Carroll has firm grip on NHC golf trophy
    Carroll girls golf coach Bryan Koehlinger accidentally forgot to bring the NHC championship trophy to Whispering Creek Golf Club on Saturday.
  • DeKalb senior runs off with title
    DeKalb senior Mark Beckman won the boy’s 5-kilometer race at the Bruin Invitational at Northrop in a time of 15 minutes, 45.4 seconds. Concordia’s David Ehlers was second in 16:31.6 and Northrop’s Dustin Starnes finished third in 16:
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High schools

Canterbury wins baseball slugfest

– Aaron Scott went 3 for 3 with two doubles and a triple as the Canterbury baseball team held on to defeat Churubusco 10-8 Saturday.

The Cavaliers (2-1) four runs in the second, five in the fifth and one in the sixth.

Reid Collis got the win for Canterbury despite giving up eight runs. Curtis Hoffman got the save.

Josh Howk got the loss, surrendering 14 hits.

WAPAHANI 8-2, HOMESTEAD 4-3: At Wapahani, the Raiders scored five runs in the first inning to defeat the Spartans in game one.

In game two, Adam Newport scored two runs from three at-bats and D.J. Moore went 3 for 4 with one RBI in Homestead’s victory.

Golf

Leo placed first at the East Noble Invitational. The Lions defeated second-place Canterbury 324-332 in the 11 team field.

Canterbury’s Michael Brothers and East Noble’s Andy Kretler each shot 75 as the top individuals.

Softball

BLUFFTON 6, WHITKO 5: At Bluffton, Kaitlyn Lovell went 3 for 4, scored two runs, hit a double and a home run and had two RBI for the Tigers.

Bluffton outhit the Wildcats 11-8.

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