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Many of the faces are different, but the Eastern Hancock softball team hasn't missed a beat or many pitches in its follow-up to a 2013 regional title.
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In the opening game of the Parkview Sports Medicine Baseball Series, the Chargers raked four Huntington North pitchers for 13 hits and 10 runs in a 10-0 shutout.
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Eric Cirillo's go-ahead RBI single in the seventh inning sent Snider to a 7-6 win over Northrop on Tuesday night at Parkview Field.
Hayes Cronk struck out 13 and pitched a two-hitter to lead Class 2A No. 3 Central Catholic to a 5-0 Hoosier Conference baseball victory Tuesday at Gordon Leming Field.
Rei Tsuyuki is a little bit shy. It's hard to get the Nagoya, Japan, native to say much, but there's one question that gets her talking: "What are your goals with the Richmond High School girls tennis team?" "We want to go to state," she said following Richmond's 5-0 victory Tuesday over Winchester.
The wind was blowing out Wednesday afternoon at Lloyd Michael Field when Hagerstown hosted Lincoln in Tri-Eastern Conference baseball.
Brownsburg High School junior Travis Mears puts the tag on Noblesville High School junior Brian McLean as he tries to score from third on a pass ball.
It was hard to find something not to like in Plymouth's opening game of the 2014 NLC season.
At times, it looked like the weather was going to play afactor in Columbus East's girls tennis match against Greensburg.
Ronald D. Malott, 92, North Manchester, passed away Monday, April 21, 2014, at 6:15 a.m. at Peabody Healthcare Center, North Manchester.
Cody Woolf and Jordan Bowmer each had two hits for the Golden Bears, each logging a double.
Logan Sowers' two-run homer in the bottom of the sixth inning Monday night delivered McCutcheon a 3-1 Hoosier Crossroads Conference baseball victory over visiting Zionsville.
Cowan and Daleville split a doublehader between rivals Saturday at Daleville. The Broncos won 2-1 in a pitchers' duel to claim a Mid-Eastern Conference victory.
Cody Burton went the distance on the mound for North, scattering five singles and racking up nine strikeouts to help the Bull Dogs edge out Columbus East, 3-1, on a warm, sun-soaked Saturday afternoon to capture the Lou Giovanini Tournament, hosted by the Olympians.
In a voting of The Journal Gazette staff and Gooden, Crews and Mitchell were the top two vote-getters for the annual award that is presented to the top basketball player, male or female, in the SAC.
Central' boys track squad scored 68 points and finished fifth in the seven-team Marion Relays.