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High schools

Canterbury, Luers to face off

The ninth-ranked Canterbury girls tennis team learned it will face Bishop Luers in one of the sectional pairings announced by the IHSAA on Monday.

One of the host sites is Carroll. The No. 23 Chargers on Thursday are scheduled to face the winner of Northrop-Churubusco.

Blackhawk Christian gets the winner of Snider-Leo on the opposite side of the Carroll bracket.

Bishop Luers, 30th in the May 12 rankings, meets Canterbury on Wednesday at Homestead. The Spartans drew Wayne in the other half of that sectional.

CARROLL 5, MADISON-GRANT 0: The Chargers (16-3) picked up a convincing road win Monday. Rachel Sutton won 6-0, 6-0 at No. 1 singles.

BISHOP DWENGER 3, BISHOP LUERS 2: The Saints (8-4) clinched the SAC title. Audrey Rang defeated Luers’ Natalie Rahrig at No. 1 singles, winning 6-2, 6-3. Dwenger won both of the doubles matches.

Baseball

WAYNE 5, JAY COUNTY 1: Eli Mason threw a complete-game four-hitter for the Generals, who got three hits and two stolen bases from Braxton Riley.

EASTSIDE 5, WEST NOBLE 3: The Blazers scored three runs in the bottom of the seventh to overcome a 3-2 deficit.

BLACKHAWK CHRISTIAN 8, BLUFFTON 3: A seven-run rally in the sixth inning sent the Braves to the come-from-behind victory. Their No. 9 batter, Nate Moonen, was 2 for 4 with three RBI and had one of the Braves’ six stolen bases.

Softball

BISHOP DWENGER 20, WAYNE 0: The visiting Saints scored four runs in the first inning and eight each in the second and third. Jordan Schneider threw a no-hitter with 11 strikeouts.

Golf

CARROLL 160, EAST NOBLE 161: The Chargers (5-4) eked it out at Noble Hawk thanks in part to Clark Eby (38) and Nick Ramsey (39). Michael Sharp shot a 32 for East Noble (4-3).

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