Local High School Sports Recaps For Wednesday, May 15

May 16, 2024 at 4:05 p.m.

By CONNOR MCCANN Sports Editor

Baseball
Mishawaka at Warsaw

Warsaw’ miraculous 14-game winning streak was put to an end Wednesday night as the Tigers lost 2-0 at home to Mishawaka. Warsaw is now 20-6 this spring, 12-2 in the Northern Lakes Conference.
Both runs scored by the Cavemen were unearned. Khareus Miller had two hits in the game, while Austin Polk, Quinton Brock and Hunter Dippon each had one. Zac Miller pitched seven innings, gave up two hits and no earned runs.
The Tigers are at home against Huntington North Friday.
Concord at Wawasee
Wawasee picked up a tight conference win against a good Concord team Wednesday night, winning 3-1 at home. The Warriors are now 8-13 this season, 3-11 in the NLC.
Kalab Salazar had two hits in the game, while Ryan Mack had a hit and an RBI. Dane Cripe and Reed Reidenbach also drove in runs. Ty Brooks was great on the mound once again, pitching all seven innings, giving up two hits and an unearned run while striking out eight.
Wawasee is on the road against Churubusco Friday night.
Softball
Warsaw at Mishawaka

Warsaw dropped another conference game Wednesday night, falling 11-1 to Mishawaka in five innings. The Lady Tigers are now 2-19 this spring, 2-11 in the Northern Lakes Conference.
Lillian Carman had two of Warsaw’s six hits. Kaitlyn O’Dell pitched the first four innings to the Lady Tigers, giving up six hits.
Warsaw is on the road at Tippecanoe Valley Friday.
Wawasee at Concord
Wawasee kept it rolling in conference play Wednesday night, defeating Concord 16-4 in six innings on the road. The Lady Warriors are now 15-8 this season, 10-3 in the NLC.
Wawasee did most of their scoring in the top of the sixth, where the team scored eleven runs to blow the game open. Natayla Holder went 2-5 with two RBIs and three runs scored. Haylee Allen scored four runs and drive in three more. Melissa Bontrager also added three RBIs in the game. Ava Couture went 2-3 with two runs scored and two driven in. Allen struck out seven on the mound in six innings of work.
The Lady Warriors are on the road at Mishawaka Friday.

Baseball
Mishawaka at Warsaw

Warsaw’ miraculous 14-game winning streak was put to an end Wednesday night as the Tigers lost 2-0 at home to Mishawaka. Warsaw is now 20-6 this spring, 12-2 in the Northern Lakes Conference.
Both runs scored by the Cavemen were unearned. Khareus Miller had two hits in the game, while Austin Polk, Quinton Brock and Hunter Dippon each had one. Zac Miller pitched seven innings, gave up two hits and no earned runs.
The Tigers are at home against Huntington North Friday.
Concord at Wawasee
Wawasee picked up a tight conference win against a good Concord team Wednesday night, winning 3-1 at home. The Warriors are now 8-13 this season, 3-11 in the NLC.
Kalab Salazar had two hits in the game, while Ryan Mack had a hit and an RBI. Dane Cripe and Reed Reidenbach also drove in runs. Ty Brooks was great on the mound once again, pitching all seven innings, giving up two hits and an unearned run while striking out eight.
Wawasee is on the road against Churubusco Friday night.
Softball
Warsaw at Mishawaka

Warsaw dropped another conference game Wednesday night, falling 11-1 to Mishawaka in five innings. The Lady Tigers are now 2-19 this spring, 2-11 in the Northern Lakes Conference.
Lillian Carman had two of Warsaw’s six hits. Kaitlyn O’Dell pitched the first four innings to the Lady Tigers, giving up six hits.
Warsaw is on the road at Tippecanoe Valley Friday.
Wawasee at Concord
Wawasee kept it rolling in conference play Wednesday night, defeating Concord 16-4 in six innings on the road. The Lady Warriors are now 15-8 this season, 10-3 in the NLC.
Wawasee did most of their scoring in the top of the sixth, where the team scored eleven runs to blow the game open. Natayla Holder went 2-5 with two RBIs and three runs scored. Haylee Allen scored four runs and drive in three more. Melissa Bontrager also added three RBIs in the game. Ava Couture went 2-3 with two runs scored and two driven in. Allen struck out seven on the mound in six innings of work.
The Lady Warriors are on the road at Mishawaka Friday.

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