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Cardinals down Indians

Seton Catholic defeated Union City 13-3 in five innings on Monday at McBride Stadium.

Nathan Brouse went 3-for-4 for the Cardinals, with Dylan Reichley adding a triple and three runs scored. Adam Schroeder earned the pitching victory.

Seton (15-10) was coming off the Catholic Classic tournament over the weekend. Seton fell to Lafayette Central Catholic 1-0, Scecina 2-0 and Guerin Catholic 6-2.

Union City 000 03- 3 6 2

Seton Catholic 231 43- 13 10 1

Batteries- UC: Knox and Lacy; SC: Schroeder and T.Dolesh . 2B- UC: Carpenter, Burton, Bocanegra; SC: Brouse. 3B- SC: Reichley. LOB- UC 2, SC 7.

Knights win

CHARLOTTESVILLE, Ind. – Mason Slinker and Conner Silvers each drove in two runs Monday as Northeastern halted Eastern Hancock 11-8.

Slinker, Kelsy Kirkland and Ben Claywell all had two hits for the Knights (13-9), who play today at Lincoln.

Northeastern 305 030 0 – 11 13 2

Eastern Hancock 030 005 0 – 8 8 1

2B- NE: Slinker, Uhl.

Patriots win tournament

Union County won the Big Cat Classic, defeating Anderson Prep 10-0 in five innings before knocking off Elwood 14-4 in five.

Hunter Miller, Bryce Fields, Austin Fuller, Hunter Hartman and Shane Mosley all had two RBIs against Elwood, with Jullian Snyder earning the pitching win.

Game 1

Anderson Prep 000 00 – 0 1 1

Union County 206 02 – 10 9 0

Batteries- UC: Snyder, Stout (3) and Fields, Snyder. 2B- UC: Fields, Miller, Hartman.

Game 2

Union County 026 24 – 14 17 1

Elwood 010 12 – 4 3 2

Batteries- UC: Snyder and Fields. 2B- UC: Fields, Miller, Hartman.


Blazers fall in sectional

SALEM, Ohio – West Liberty Salem eliminated National Trail from the Ohio Division III sectional tournament Monday by halting the Blazers 6-0.

Jenn Stan went 2-for-3 for National Trail (7-18) in the Blazers’ season finale.

National Trail 000 000 0 – 0 2 1

West Liberty Salem 200 040 x – 6 8 0

Batteries- NT: Unger and Acton. LOB- NT 4, WLS 7.

Bulldogs sweep Tri High

STRAUGHN, Ind. – Centerville swept TEC foe Tri High in a Saturday doubleheader with an 11-0, five inning win in the TEC game, followed with a 12-4 victory.

Hannah Newland pitched the two-hit shutout in the first game, while Destiny Maitlen had a double and two RBIs, Alexis Cox had a double and two singles, driving in three, and Newland went 3-3 with two RBIs. Alexx Marshall had two hits and drove in a run as well.

In the second game, Amanda Wilson was the winning pitcher, and Kayla Miller had two hits and two RBI,s and Kaylin Smith drove in two runs. Cox contributed another double and Newland had two more hits and three RBIs.

Game 1

Centerville 042 14 – 11 13 0

Tri 000 00 – 0 2 1

Pitching, CE, Newland (WP) and Miller. T, Coffman (LP) and McNew. 2B-CE, Maitlen, Cox. LOB-CE 8, Tri 2.

Game 2

Centerville 320 214 0 – 12 8 2

Tri 000 004 0 – 4 5 1

Pitching, CE, Wilson (WP) and Cox. T, Peggs (LP) and McNew. 2B-CE, Cox, T, Peggs, Coffman. LOB-CE 8, Tri 5.

Boys golf

Patriots top Rebels

LIBERTY, Ind. – Union County defeated Randolph Southern 180-208 on Monday.

Randolph Southern’s Ian Gough was medalist with 36. Cody Frame shot 44 to lead the Patriots (11-3).

Union County (180)- Chamness 47, Frame 44, Frasur 46, Miller 52, Antrim 43.

Randolph Southern (208)- Gough 36, Hosbrook 44, Jones 62., Wilson 82, Howard 69.

Falcons fall to Yorktown

Yorktown defeated Winchester 157-177 on Monday.

Winchester’s Brandon Edwards tied for medalist honors by shooting 38.

Winchester (177)- Edwards 38, Garza 45, Trautman 46, Morris 48.

Freshman baseball

Red Devils fall to Trojans

New Castle defeated Richmond 6-1 on Monday.

Jordan Christian went 2-for-4 with an RBI and a triple for the Red Devils (4-3), who play Thursday at Cathedral.

JV softball

Pendleton stops Richmond

PENDLETON, Ind. – Richmond dropped a 14-7 decision to Pendleton Heights on Monday.

Sadie Hemingway and Hannah Goddard each went 3-for-4 for the Red Devils (6-3).

Middle school track

Richmond wins

Richmond defeated Seton Catholic on Monday, winning the boys meet 81-18 and the girls meet 51-36.

Individual boys winners for Richmond included Logan Mayer (200), Doug Penn (shot put, discus), Thomas Stanley (long jump, 100), T.J. Henemyre (800), Daniel Hill (110 hurdles) and Blake Vanlandingham (high jump).

Individual girls winners for Richmond included Leave Thomas (shotput), Paityn Farris (200), Sydney Moore (100), Taryn Twine (long jump) and Alexus Perkins (100 hurdles).

Seton Catholic’s Jenna Barker finished her season undefeated in all events as she won the 800 and 1,600 for the Cardinals.

Seton’s Suzi Quigg also won the 400 to stay undefeated in that event.

Jacob Berger was first in the 400 and Nick Berger won the 1,600 for the Seton boys.

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