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2018-05-30

Sports
5/30/18
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SOFTBALL REGIONAL SCORES:
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.

HS BOYS GOLF:
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.

MLB:
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.

MWL:
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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