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High School Sports

April 23, 2014

Indians come up short against Tigers in golf

ANDERSON — The Anderson Indians came up short against Yorktown 147-170 on Wednesday.

Jacob Gray was the top scorer, having shot a 39 followed by Oyler with 42. Other contributors, Ben Watson and Davisson closed the score finishing at 45 and 48 for the Indians.

Anderson (0-5) travels to Noblesville for the Invitational on Saturday.

TENNIS

Lady Arabians swoop another match win

SHENANDOAH — The Lady Arabians swept the three singles matches in claiming a 4-1 victory against Shenandoah. This puts Pendleton at its seventh straight win of its continuing undefeated season.

Emma McCardwell and Carly Wilson of one and two singles dominated their match 6-0, 6-0 against Courtney Byrir of No. 1 and Kassidy Hawk No. 2. At No. 3 singles Sam Hammel netted a 6-2, 6-0 defeat against Kassy Pierce.

The Corn twins, Audrey and Kayleigh produced a strong match against McKenna Resler and Cohli Prichard to baseline a 6-4, 6-0 win.

Pendleton's Madilyn Moore and Brandi Stoker produced a three-set match against and Lara Eichorn and Shelby Lockhart for two doubles but could not net the win. Eichorn and Lockhart's 5-7, 6-3, 6-4 defeat placed Shenandoah's only point.

Pendleton (7-0) hosts conference confender Shelbyville on Friday.

SOFTBALL

Elwood prevents runs against Bruins

HARTFORD CITY — The Lady Panthers faced Blackford taking the 10-0 win on the road.

Mackenzie Bryan was the winning pitcher getting eight strikeouts and limiting the home team to three hits in the shutout.

Taylor Noone batted 1-for-3 adding two runs to the board and contributing two RBIs. Katelyn Leisure went 1-for-4 scoring one run and two RBIs. Ashley Kleinbub also contributed an RBI and one run from two hits.

— The Herald Bulletin

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