Age 9-10 Softball
Edwardsburg 9, Middlebury 3: Winning pitcher Carey Tittle struck out 14. Bailey Aisvon singled three times, Tori Huffman and Tittle both twice for Edwardsburg. Emma Sandy had two singles and pitcher Madison Wienert eight strikeouts for Middlebury.
Age 9-10 Baseball
Warsaw No. One 13, Osolo 3: Noah Burgh smacked a double and two singles and Braxton Foreman two singles for Warsaw. Burgh was the winning pitcher. Chris Maxwell pitched for Osolo.
Bristol 5, Middlebury 4: Winning pitcher Cam Wiltfong struck out five and Andrew Gerber fanned four for Middlebury.
Goshen No. Two 10, Concord 9: Sebastian Fisher and Angel Reyes both had a double and single, Reece Fisher three singles and Colin Turner two for Goshen. Fisher was the winning pitcher. Justin Cook had three singles, Griffin Swartout two and Conner Ergle pitched for Concord.
Osolo 11, Goshen 10: Traye Karbalaeali was the winning pitcher and Thad Solomon the leading hitter for Osolo. Angel Reyes pitched for Goshen.
Bristol 10, Concord 8: Anjel Guerra and Cam Wiltfong both had two singles for Bristol. Cam Pease (five strikeouts) was the winning pitcher. Brendan Stockman and Braedon Taylor both had two singles for Concord. Kendal Swartout pitched, striking out two.
Middlebury 7, Warsaw No. One 5: Jamon Christner singled three times, Oliver Eveler and Brandon Yoder both twice for Middlebury. Eveler (seven strikeouts) was the winning pitcher. Noah Burgh had a double and two singles for Warsaw. Burgh also pitched, striking out seven.
Edwardsburg 19, Warsaw No. Two 1: Zack Strysker was the winning pitcher. Desek Deida slapped a triple and single, Conner Nelson a double and single and Derek Hess two singles for the winners.
Mishawaka 21, Cleveland 9: Caleb Raes had three singles and Brendon Mark two for Mishawka. Raes was also the winning pitcher, striking out four. Reegan Butts tripled and singled for Cleveland.
Goshen No. One 13, Baugo 6: Joseph Good and Porter Revior both had two singles and Ryan Harmelink was the winning pitcher for Goshen. Mike Stout pitched for Baugo.
Edwardsburg 12, Goshen No. One 7: Zach Strycker slapped a double and three singles and Derek Perda two singles for Edwaradsburg. Carson Stanage was the winning pitcher. Porter Revoir smacked a double and single and Jocsan Sanchez two singles for Goshen. Revoir pitched, striking out four.
Cleveland 19, Baugo 1: Braden Black had a triple and three singles and Reagan Butts a double and two singles for Cleveland. Drew Pressler (two strikeouts) was the winning pitcher. Tyler Siebert had a double and Cameron Atkinson pitched for Baugo.
Mishawaka 4, Warsaw No. Two 1: Winning pitcher Mason Bauloski struck out four and Cheyenna Castel pitched for Warsaw.
Goshen No. One 13, Baugo 6: A three-run double by James Troyer was the big hit of the day for Goshen. Porter Revoir had three hits, Joseph Good, Jocsan Sanchez and Braxton Kincaid two each and Josh Haimes a two-run single. Ryan Harmelink and Haimes pitched the early innings with Revoir striking out the last four batters for a save.
Cleveland vs. Middlebury at Mishawaka at 6 p.m.
Bristol vs. Mishawaka at Cleveland at 6 p.m.
Osolo vs. Edwardsburg at Concord at 6 p.m.
Goshen No. One vs. Warsaw No. One at Edwardsburg at 6 p.m.
Age 10-11 Baseball Championship
Edwardsburg 8, Osolo 6: Caden Goggins had two doubles and a single, Ryan Prabreza three singles and Josh Priebe two singles for Edwardsburg.
Priebe (two strikeouts) was the winning pitcher. Surf Sadowey had two doubles and a single and Drew Stimac two singles for Osolo. Brooks Barnhizer (two strikeouts) pitched.
Age 13 Baseball
Edwardsburg 9, Goshen 3: Leading hitters for Edwardsburg were Ben Robertson a double and two singles, Adam Kosmski three singles and Dlyan Layher two. Moses Bradley was the winning pitcher. James Paetkau pitched for Goshen.
Junior Baseball Sectional
District 14 Middlebury 21, District 11 South East 1: Dean Ridenour had a home run and triple, Chase Anderson a home run and Andy Ross a double and single for Middlebury.
District 14 Middlebury 15, District 11 South East 4: Dean Ridenour smacked a triple and Andy Ross a double and two singles for Middlebury. Eric Burgess (six strikeouts) was the winning pitcher.
Edwardsburg 7, Baugo 0 ( forfeit)
Warsaw 10, Baugo 0: Caleb Heckaman had a home run and single, Gage Fannin and Kyle Heckaman both a double and single for Warsaw. Fannin (nine strikeouts) was the winning pitcher.
Tournament action begins to wind down
Age 9-10 Softball
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