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Homestead shortstop Sarah Galovich, left, waits for a throw from the outfield as Jay County’s Kristen Simons races toward third at Homestead.
High school roundup

Barons no-hit Snider in 5 innings

DeKalb scored 13 runs on 11 hits in its DeKalb girls sectional softball game against Snider on Monday, which was a wealth of riches and then some.

The Barons didn’t need anywhere near that to blank Snider 13-0 in five innings, thanks to pitcher Camille Furrow.

Furrow threw a no-hitter, and the Barons feasted on four Snider errors to advance.

Maddy Fifer had two doubles, Lizz Barrett had a double and Madison Kirkpatrick had a double.


DEKALB SECTIONAL: In the day’s first game, East Noble used as nine-run third to blister Northrop 14-2 in five innings, taking advantage of five Northrop errors.

Taylor Koegler and Kerri Shrock homered for East Noble.

NORWELL SECTIONAL: Columbia City, Norwell and Mississinewa all won.

Mississinewa used an eight-run fifth to bury Adams Central 12-3; Columbia City scored a run in the bottom of the seventh to edge Bellmont 8-7; and host Norwell scored three runs in the fifth to overtake Eastbrook 9-7.

The Eagles were led by Allie Vodde, who had two doubles. Alissa Hanni had two doubles for Norwell in its win.

FAIRFIELD SECTIONAL: Lakeland scored six runs in the third and four in the fifth to pound West Noble 12-2.

Alexis Morris went 2 for 2 for West Noble, and Kenzie Cox, Kelsey Clark, Taylor Fisher and Molly Marsh also had hits. West Noble committed six errors.

ANGOLA SECTIONAL: Garrett knocked out Bishop Luers, Bishop Dwenger ousted New Haven, and Angola beat Concordia 8-7.

The Railroaders beat Luers 3-2, holding off a seventh-inning rally that saw the Knights score two runs. Emily Somers and Amber Poling both doubled for Garrett, which had 10 hits.

Dwenger scored three runs in the third, three in the fifth and one in the sixth to beat New Haven. Demitra Burns had a double and also picked up the win on the mound, allowing three hits and striking out 11.

Angola rallied from a 7-3 deficit to take out the Cadets, scoring two runs in the fifth, one in the sixth and two in the seventh. Lauren Henderson went 3 for 4 and Riley Peppler, Claire Grubb and Donna Bowers 2 for 4 for the Hornets. A. Grover went 3 for 4 for Concordia.

HOMESTEAD SECTIONAL: Jay County eliminated the host Spartans 8-2, scoring four runs in the sixth to break it open.

Gabby Hart homered twice, and Larissa Boles homered and singled for the Patriots.

Boles also got the win on the mound, pitching a three-hitter and striking out 10.