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Braden Giroux struck out six over five shutout innings to lead McCutcheon to a 5-0 victory over Westfield in a Hoosier Crossroads Conference baseball game Friday.
The Harrison Raiders scored all of their runs in the first four innings and then held off a West Lafayette rally to grab an 8-5 home victory in Friday evening baseball action between the county rivals.
Haley Harris and sister Kelsey Harris of Carmel finish one, two in the girls Miracle Mile during the annual Flashes Showcase Invitational track event at Franklin Central High School Friday April 18, 2014.
Following Chuck Hutchins' approval as boys basketball coach at the Brown County school board meeting Thursday, Attica was left without a head coach.
SLIDING IN: New Albany's Tucker Marcum slides past the tag of Madison shortstop Ethan Leach for a stolen base during Thursday's game at O'Neal Field.
The Plymouth Softball program earned it's first victories last night against the Falcons of John Glenn High School.
Greenfield-Central grad Kyle Gibson threw eight shutout innings in the Twins' 7-0 win over the Blue Jays in Game 1 of a doubleheader Thursday.
In a battle of ranked teams, Class 2A No. 6 Delphi got outstanding pitching and scored nine runs in the first two innings to hand Class A No.
ORVC BATTLE: Shawe's Whit Grote slides across home plate as Southwestern catcher Robbie Stoner awaits the throw during Wednesday's game in Hanover.
Delphi refused to relinquish the lead after grabbing it early against Frontier, recording a 10-0 victory on Thursday at Oracle Field.
It was entirely too much Eric Knepper for Plymouth's Pilgrims as the Bremen senior pitched and hit his team to a come from behind win at Bill Nixon Field on Wednesday night.
Joe Gallatin had two doubles for the Bearcats, and Jordan Smith and Billy Walker each had two hit.
Cowan used a huge offensive performance to defeat Central 23-0 and get its first victory of the season.
Buddy Walters, second from left, is somewhat apprehensive about being the only boy angel in his class production of Hansel and Gretel at Durgan Elementary School.
It took nearly 2 hours for Richmond's Rei Tsuyuki to put away her first set Wednesday on Tiernan Center's tennis courts.
It was difficult enough for West Lafayette to lose to Central Catholic in a doubleheader sweep at Gordon Leming Field Wednesday, but it may have also lost one of its best baseball players to a freak ankle injury.