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- Rain plays havoc with baseball schedule Frankton and Wapahani will have to wait at least one more day to determine the champion of their Class 2A baseball sectional.
Elwood claims softball sectional crown
Aggression on the basepaths and the three-hit pitching of Kenzie Bryan lifted Elwood to a sectional softball championship on Saturday. Bryan limited the Eastern Comets to three singles and a walk, and the Panthers used timely hitting and speed and daring for a 2-0 victory.
- Broncos hammered in 13-0 sectional loss A close game turned into a blowout Saturday afternoon as the Daleville Broncos hosted the Monroe Central Golden Bears in Sectional 55 action.
- Trojans turn tables on Tribe The Anderson baseball team has struggled to protect late leads throughout the spring, and that fatal flaw cost the Indians their season Saturday at Molinder Field.
- King lands Shenandoah boys job Just when it seems like everything is planned for at leas the immediate future, life puts on a full-court press and things change.
- Pendleton completes match season in regional final loss to Marion The No. 28-ranked Pendleton Heights girls tennis team tried to overcome the obstacles of playing the tennis regional finals on its opponent's home court, heat and humidity, but in the end it was the No. 22-ranked Marion Giants’ day as they knocked off the Arabians 4-1 for the regional title.
- Panthers will meet Eastern for sectional title Madison County teams Elwood and Alexandria both out-hit its opponents on Thursday night, but only one survived the semifinal round of the Class 2A, Sectional 39 at Eastern High School in Greentown.
- No boys get auto state track meet berths The competition was tough Thursday night at North Central High School as the Indiana High School boys track state tournament ran the regional round.
- Eagles, No. 1 Raiders will meet for sectional title All that stands between Frankton and a 2A baseball sectional title is the No. 1-rated team in the state.
- Cougars' big hits doom Arabians Travis Keesling hoped to add one more good memory at Molinder Field in Thursday's Class 4A baseball sectional opener. Instead, the Pendleton Heights coach watched the season come to an end with a 7-3 loss against his old team, Greenfield-Central, on his old home diamond.
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