April 20, 2014

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LHS JUNIOR TURNER NO-HITS OLDENBURG FOR 1-0 WIN
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Friday, April 11, 2014 1:41 PM

BATESVILLE – Lawrenceburg's Michael Turner made his first varsity baseball pitching decision a memorable one, no-hitting Oldenburg Academy to take a 1-0 mound duel Thursday night at Liberty Park.

Turner, a junior right-hander and the No. 2 starter in the LHS rotation, struck out two and walked none in retiring 21 consecutive Twisters batters.

Primarily a jayvee pitcher last spring, Turner threw 64 strikes of a total 104 pitches in his mound gem, dealing 13 first-pitch strikes. He charted 11 ground ball outs and six fly outs – including the game-ending pop out behind third base by losing hurler Josh Kinker (five innings, one unearned run, four strikeouts, two walks).

Tigers needed every pitch in Turner's no-no to eke out the one-run victory, behind held to just two hits of their own Thursday.

 
TIGERS' OHLHAUT BLANKS SHINERS AFTER WASHOUT, 7-0
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Thursday, April 10, 2014 2:01 PM

LAWRENCEBURG – Senior right-hander Ben Ohlhaut pitched a five-hit shutout while Adam Lang and Jesse Mess combined to drive in five runs in Wednesday's 7-0 home win over Rising Sun.

Pushed back two days because of Monday's rainout, coach Nick Tremain's Tigers evened their season mark at 1-1, outhitting the Shiners 9-5.

LHS took a 1-0 lead off RS starter Austin Armstrong in the home half of the first inning, then knocked the Shiners' ace out of the box with a six-run second frame.

 
TENNIS TROJANS TAKE ALL 3 SINGLES, BEAT MILAN 4-1
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Thursday, April 10, 2014 1:15 PM

ST. LEON - East Central girls tennis moved its early season mark to 2-0 with a 4-1 varsity match win over Milan Wednesday.

Coach Scott Kluener's Lady Trojan netters won all three singles position matches, led by senior Alyssa DeFiglio's straight-sets victory, 6-2, 6-0, over the Tribe's Izzy Orte at No. 1.

 
VERTZ 9-K SHUTOUT WINS EIAC MOUND DUEL, 3-0
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Thursday, April 10, 2014 12:53 PM

AURORA – Kooper Vertz struck out nine in her two-hit shutout victory over Greensburg, 3-0, for South Dearborn softball Wednesday night.

SD's senior right-handed ace walked one batter and allowed just three Pirate baserunners, while classmate Ellen Barrett homered for the second time in as many games to boost the Lady Knights (2-0) to their first Eastern Indiana Athletic Conference win.

“Kooper Vertz did an outstanding job,” SD coach Tim Barrett praised. “She had good command and a mix of pitches that kept the Greensburg hitters on their heels.

 
WOLFER WALK-OFF HR SEALS LADY KNIGHTS OPENER, 11-1
Written by Staff Report   
Wednesday, April 09, 2014 1:00 PM | Updated ( Wednesday, April 09, 2014 2:12 PM )
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AURORA – When its season opener was pushed back three days by rain, South Dearborn softball made an April Fools joke of its first-time matchup with Class 4A Columbus North.

Lady Knights, with most of their principal players back from a team that came just two runs shy of replacing Class 3A champion Tri-West in last year’s state title game, hung an 11-1 mercy rule statement win on the visiting Bull Dogs last Tuesday, April 1.

Home runs by seniors Ellen Barrett and Morgan Wolfer paced a nine-hit attack. A three-strikeout complete-game pitching job by classmate Kooper Vertz also set the tone for second-year head coach Tim Barrrett’s SD crew.

“It was a nice season opener for us against a good opponent,” said Coach Barrett. “I thought we looked very confident in our play, both offensively and defensively. That's what you would expect from a veteran team.”

 
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