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Eastbrook baseball tops Northfield

The Panthers used a four-run fourth inning to slip past Northfield, 8-7 Thursday evening in Wabash County.

Austin Castillo went 3-or-4 for the Panthers with a home run and four RBIs. Issac Rans added a pair of hits while Dylan Bragg and Jason Hale each had one hit. Bragg and Josh Pluimer drew two walks apiece and eight different Panthers crosses home plate.

Eastbrook used three different pitchers and Bragg earned the win by going three innings in relief. He allowed five hits, three earned runs and had two strikeouts and two walks. Brody Brodkorb pitched the final three innings with three Ks, two hits and two runs allowed with no walks.

Eastbrook (3-4) will host Adams Central on Monday at 5 p.m.

Northwestern 4, Oak Hill 0

No details were reported before deadline.

Boys golf

Mississinewa 182, Southern Wells 182 

Ole Miss won the match on at fifth-man tiebreaker when Hunter Walters shot 54 to top the Raiders’ 57.

Bryce Luedtke shot 41 to lead the Indians. Ty Corey added a 44, Justin Dakin had 48 and Ryan Scott finished with 49.

Blackford 185, Bluffton 186, Marion 240

Jaydin Bell led the Giants with 52. Clayton Drook shot 59 while both Evan Browder and Hunter Durbin shot 67. 

Girls tennis

Madison-Grant 3, Frankton 2

The Argylls won for the second time this season by slipping past CIC-foe Frankton in the second round of the Madison County tourney Thursday.

Sadie Wilson earned a 6-0, 6-1 win at No. 1 singles and the Argylls swept both doubles matches. Kayla Comer and Brooke Butcher won 6-2, 6-1 at No. 1 doubles while Carley Bramel and Sydney Presnall captured No.2 doubles, 7-6 (7-5), 6-3.

M-G dropped its opening county match, 3-2 to Alexandria on Wednesday.

Boys track

Marion 76, Pendleton Heights 55

No additional details were reported from Wednesday’s meet.

Mississinewa 73, Madison-Grant 54, Elwood 23

The Indians captured wins in 10 of the 15 events on Tuesday.

Elijah Standridge who won the 100m with a time of 11.62, the 200m in 23.24, long jump with a leap of 19’ and was part of the winning 4x100 along with Heisman Skeens, Gage Peterson, and Tabias Mead in 46.37.

Brennan Butche won the 1600m in 5:12. Jon Alsup won the 3200m in 11:41, Jacob Ehmer won the 800m in 2:18, and Ty Newsom won the 400m in 57.94.

Also winning for Ole Miss was the 4x800 relay (Jacob Ehmer, Zach Luchetti, Camden Dorothy, Cameron Sizemore) in 9:30 and 4x400 (Sizemore, Ehmer, Collin Coffey, Butche) in 3:46.

AJ Jones won both the shot put and the discus for Madison-Grant. 

Girls track

Pendleton Heights 75, Marion 28

No additional details were reported from Wednesday’s competition

 Mississinewa 79, Elwood 45, Madison-Grant 32

The Indians won all running events except for the 4x400.

Winning relays for Ole Miss included the 4x800 (Juliana Smith, Lynnzey Young, Kara Dawson, and Chloe Saylor) in 13:37 and the 4x100 (Haleigh Skeens, Alayna Webb, Beth Lucas, and Zoe Rogers) in 55.5.

Lucas won the 100 hurdles in 18.15 and the 300 hurdles in 50.78. Carli Fones won the 100m in 13.15, 200m in 26.63, and the 400m in a new school record time of 1:00.23. Aurora Fisher won the 1,600 in 5:56 and the 3200m in 12:54, while Raegan Tippey won the 800 in a time of 2:55.

Payton Freel won both the shot put and discus of the Argylls.

College softball

IWU sweeps Grace

The No. 13 Indiana Wesleyan softball (32-10, 17-5 CL) team completed the season sweep of Grace on Thursday with 7-4 and 10-3 wins in a Crossroads League doubleheader in Winona Lake.

Miranda Wehrle pushed across the first run of the game while providing an insurance run in the sixth, driving in Lauren Buckley for the IWU 6-4 lead. Mackenzie Brown pushed her hit streak to ten games, going 2-for-2. Buckley stole three bases in game one, bringing her career stolen base total to 126, just 32 behind Holly Weaver (Bethel College) for the most in Crossroads League history.

In game two, the pitching duo of Mckenzey Ridge and Hannah Miller combined to throw a three-hit, two strike out game while allowing just one earned run.

Brown picked up three more hits in game two whileTrinity Medina and Wehrle both scored three times, while Addie Benham drove in three. 

IWU travels to Goshen on for a doubleheader at 3 p.m.