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High School roundup: Woodlan beats Hamilton in baseball doubleheader

Woodlan’s baseball team picked up a pair of wins over Hamilton on Saturday, winning 6-1 and 17-9.

Shawn Kitzmiller improved to 4-0 and hit a double in Woodlan’s Game 1 win.

Five Warriors had extra base hits and Brad Barker hit a home run in the second game, which had a combined 24 hits. Woodlan had 16, and Hamilton had eight.

HUNTINGTON NORTH 5-3, RICHMOND 3-10: At Huntington North, Walker Spahr went 2 for 3, scored a run and had a RBI for the Vikings in the first game. Spahr allowed 14 hits and 10 runs (5 earned) in the second game as Huntington North committed six errors in the loss.

NORTHWOOD 5, WARSAW 1: At NorthWood, Caleb Heckaman went 3 for 4 and scored the Tigers’ only run.


LEO INVITATIONAL: At Cedar Creek, No. 5 Bishop Dwenger finished first in the team standings with a 310. Columbia City finished second with 315. The Eagles’ Spencer Klimek finished first individually shooting a 75.


FREMONT 3-5, NORTHROP 2-6: At Fremont, Ryleigh Weidenhamer went 2 for 3, had two RBI and struck out six for the Eagles in the first game. Rebecca Bennett went 2 for 4 and had two RBI for the Eagles in the second game. Fremont scored four runs in the sixth inning, but couldn’t complete comeback.

CARROLL 10, WOODLAN 7: At Woodlan, Jackie Phipps went 3 for 4 and scored twice for the Chargers. Haley Hostetler went 3 for 4 and scored three runs for the Warriors.

HERITAGE 3, WHITKO 2: At Heritage, Kamio Gilreath went 2 for 3, had one run, two RBI and was awarded the save for the Patriots.


BLACKHAWK CHRISTIAN 3, SOUTH ADAMS 2: At South Adams, the Braves swept singles play.