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April 22, 2014

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Borden    000 103 0—4

Lanesville    000 000 0—0

    W — Paige Schindler. L — Zeller. 3B — Haley Shouse (B).

    Borden highlights: Schindler 15 K, 1 H; Shouse 3-for-4; McKency Terflinger 1-for-3, sac bunt; Caitlin McKinley 1-for-3.

    Lanesville highlights: Zeller 7 K; Randolph 1-for-2.

    Game notes: Lanesville is the defending conference and sectional champion and opened this season ranked No. 4 in Class A.

    Borden coach Alex Knerr: “Coming off the two wins this weekend against Eastern and taking today’s game against Lanesville, I’m extremely proud of our girls. They’ve really been working hard and I think they are coming together. We did a lot of great things today and put some hits together when we needed to. We just have to keep on pushing.”

    Next: Borden hosts Charlestown, today.


Eastern    000 000 0—0  9 5

Henryville    421 002 x—9 14 0

    W — Ashtyn Kaskie (4-1). L — Rogers. 2B — Audrey VanMeter (H). HR — Emma Hendricks (H).

    Henryville highlights: Emily Hollis 2-for-4; Hendricks 2-for-4; Kaskie 2-for-3; VanMeter 3-for-4.

    Record: Henryville 7-2.

    Next: Henryville hosts Trinity Lutheran, today; Eastern hosts Orleans, today.


Madison    003 230 4—12 9 2

New Washington    101 020 0— 4  4 13

    W — Wolf. L — Brooke Shaw (2-5). 2B — Barnes (M), Tingle (M), Kaelin Williams (NW).

    New Washington highlights: Shaw 7 IP, 12 R, 9 H, 10 K, 2 BB; Williams 1 H, RBI; Karen Profitt 1 H; Jodi Davidson 1 H; Gracie Speigelhalder 1 H.

    New Washington coach Tim Sexton: “We just had too many errors.”

    Records: New Washington 2-5, Madison 4-2.

    Next: New Washington hosts Austin, Wednesday.



Silver Creek    001 703 4—15 17 4

Eastern    000 310 0— 4  7 4

    W — Shae Durham (1-0). L — Dustyn Miller (1-2). 2B — Cody Razer (SC), Brahm Whittinghill (SC), Durham (SC), Braydon Ware (SC), Brooks Howell (SC). HR — Scot Ames (E), Cameron Cook (SC), Durham (SC).

    Silver Creek highlights: Durham 5 IP, 4 R, 3 ER, 7 H, 4 K, 0 BB; 3-for-4, 3 R, 2 RBIs; Cook 2-for-4, 2 R, RBI; Nick Paynter 2-for-3, 2 RBIs, 2 R; Razer 2-for-4, 2 RBIs, R; Howell 3-for-5, 3 RBIs, R.

    Eastern highlights: Ames 2-for-4, 3 RBIs, R; Austin Roberts 2-for-3; Miller 6 2/3 IP, 15 R, 12 ER, 16 H, 4 K, 4 BB.

    Game notes: It was Durham’s first start of the season. Along with their 17 hits, the Dragons had 28 total bases.

    Silver Creek assistant coach Scott Jennings: “I give Dustyn Miller credit. It is not easy to keep pitching when the other team is hitting the ball like that. What a gutsy kid. Shae threw a good game, keeping the ball in the [strike] zone. Our kids were aggressive at the plate.”

    Records: Silver Creek 7-3 (3-0 Mid-Southern Conference); Eastern 1-5 (0-1).

    Next: Silver Creek hosts Borden, today; Eastern at Henryville, today.

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