Thursday morning sports


LAGRANGE -- Former Prairie Heights wrestling head coach and current assistant coach, Lee Fry, will be inducted into the Indiana High School Wrestling Coach's Association Hall of Fame in February 2019. Lee served as head coach from the 1988-89 season to the 1998-99 season. While head coach, he compiled a record of 141 wins and only 18 losses. During that 10 year span, the Panthers won 6 IHSAA Sectional titles and 5 NECC Conference titles. Individually, he coached 1 State Champion (Aaron Ramey), along with 5 IHSAA State Place Winners and 4 IHSAA State Qualifiers. Currently, Lee serves as an assistant coach at Prairie Heights High School and he has been a significant contributor to their success. Since coming back to PH in the 2012-13 season, PH has went on to win 162 additional dual meets, 4 IHSAA Sectionals, 3 NECC Tournament titles (4 Regular Season), 3 IHSWCA Team State titles, and 1 IHSAA Regional title. Individually, PH has had two more IHSAA State place winners and 5 IHSAA State Qualifiers. The IHSWCA Hall of Fame induction will take place in February, following the IHSAA Individual Wrestling State Finals in Indianapolis.

KENDALLVILLE – Sam Riesen is taking his coaching skills to East Noble High School. After coaching wrestling at Churubusco the last ten seasons, Riesen was hired by the East Noble School Board to take over the Knights’ wrestling program. He will also teach social studies at the high school. A meet the coach night is planned for Monday night at 6 p-m in the cafeteria.

MIDDLEBURY – Northridge's Meghan Bontrager, Allison Hostetler, Sara Troyer and Madison Wienert were named to the Northern Lakes Conference all-conference softball team.
Goshen's AnaMaria Ramirez and Brynn Shoup-Hill along with Wawasee's Graceanne Kerlin and Ava Rush also made the first team.

Stanley Cup Finals
Washington 3, Vegas 2 (series tied 1-1) Brooks Orpik scores to make it 3-1 over the Golden Knights. The Capitals went on to beat the Golden Knights in Game 2 of the Stanley Cup Final 3-2. The series is tied at 1-1.

The Warriors and Cavaliers meeting up tonight (Thurs) for Game 1 of the NBA Finals and ABC's Alex Stone says it's the fourth straight year for this matchup. The Warriors are heavily favored tonight at home.

Cleveland 9, White Sox 1 Melky Cabrera's two-run double gives the Cleveland Indians a 5-0 lead over the Chicago White Sox. Cleveland went on to win 9-1.
Pittsburgh 2, Cubs 1 Corey Dickerson scores on a Gregory Polanco sac fly to make it 2-1 over the Cubs. The Pirates went on to beat the Cubs 2-1.
Detroit 6, LA Angels 1 Jose Iglesias hits a 2-run single to make it 3-1 over the Angels. The Tigers went on to beat the Angels 6-1.

South Bend 5, Great Lakes 3
Bowling Green at Fort Wayne ppd Fort Wayne and Bowling Green now will play a doubleheader at Parkview Field tonight beginning at 5:35 p.m. (90 minutes earlier than the originally scheduled start time).