Wednesday morning sports



Fremont 2, South Central 0
Fairfield 3, Bishop Dwenger 2
Penn 10, Concord 0
SB St. Joseph 2, Twin Lakes 1
Bremen 18, South Adams 2

Lakeland’s Grace Arend, East Noble’s Taylor Cripe, Northridge’s Sara Troyer and Samantha Deisler were honorable mention academic all-state softball players. The picks were announced by the Indiana Coaches of Girls Sports Association.

Concord 169, Westview 181
Northridge 366, Lakeland 409

Some local baseball players were named to the NECC all conference baseball squad. Lakeland's Hunter Frost, Drew Grossman, Nolan Isaacs, Kole Miller; Westview's Matthew Jones, Hunter Schumacher were all-conference picks.

Northern Lakes Conference all-sports trophy title for the 2017-18 school year. Aided by conference championships in football, wrestling, swimming & diving, and basketball (shared), the Raiders narrowly defeated Concord by 2 points for the top spot.

On the girls side, Northridge was on the other end of a close competition, falling short of Warsaw by 1 point in the NLC all-sports trophy standings. The Lady Raiders won titles in soccer, cross country, basketball, swimming & diving, and softball (shared) this past school year.
Each NLC school receives points based on their order of finish in the final conference standings in each varsity sport.

Cleveland 7, White Sox 3 Yonder Alonso hits an RBI single to right, giving the Indians a 2-0 lead over the Chicago White Sox in the first. Cleveland went on to win, 7-3.
Cubs 8, Pittsburgh 6 Kyle Schwarber hits a two-run home run to right, giving the Cubs an 8-4 lead over the Pittsburgh Pirates in the eighth. Chicago went on to win, 8-6.
LA Angels 9, Detroit 2 Former Tiger Ian Kinsler hits a three-run home run to left, giving the Angels a 4-0 lead over the Detroit Tigers in the second. Los Angeles went on to win, 9-2.

Bowling Green 7, Fort Wayne 5
Great Lakes 12, South Bend 4

Serena Williams speaks to the media following a first round win over Kristyna Pliskova. It was her first Grand Slam match as a mother and first match at a major in 16 months. She won 7-6 (4), 6-4. She says she is happy with her performance, despite a few struggles.

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