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- New faces dominate Tribe's roster At some point in the very near future — likely Monday — Anderson baseball coach Terry Turner will sit down with his players and explain the significance of the week ahead. He'll tell them who Nick Muller was and why he worked so very hard 14 years ago to help create a tournament that carries the former Indian's name.
- Area roundup: Daleville baseball takes two from Union City Daleville's bats were heated during its doubleheader against Union City on Saturday as the Broncos won the first game 24-0 and the second 13-0 in five innings each.
- Poore gets Street Stock victory Anderson’s Josh Poore took advantage of a restart to pass early leader Dustin Burge and capture the Street Stock feature at Anderson Speedway on Saturday.
- Tigers turn it up to shut out Bulldogs Alexandria junior ace Blaize Kelly threw his second consecutive complete-game shutout Saturday, and the third-ranked Tigers turned a pitchers' duel into a laugher late in a 9-0 victory against visiting Clinton Central.
- Area softball teams primed for big seasons Though only a scattering of games have been played in the 2014 girls softball season, it already appears that several area teams are capable of putting together strong years.
- Third-ranked Tigers embrace challenge While many baseball teams spent the preseason huddled inside the gymnasium waiting for their diamond to thaw/dry out, Alexandria was holding full practices in the great outdoors for much of this spring. "I think we only missed about one or two days," Tigers coach Jeff Closser said. "We got outside a bunch. Our field does pretty good in the rain."
- Angie Colip: Bowling week filled with perfection Congratulations to Trent Jarvis for rolling two perfect games in eight days. Jarvis shot his 19th perfect game in the TNT league on March 31. He finished out his night with a 784 series.
- Lapel hungry for more success Brady Cherry is the reigning Herald Bulletin player of the year, and he figures to be at the center of Lapel's baseball universe this spring. But opponents who focus too much on the Ohio State-bound superstar are likely to pay a price.
- Arabians show progress in defeat Sometimes the scoreboard isn't the sole measure of success. The Pendleton Heights baseball team fell to 0-3 Wednesday with an 8-4 loss against Class 4A No. 9 Hamilton Southeastern at Bill Stoudt Field. But the Arabians' improved play after a lackluster doubleheader against Hoosier Heritage Conference rival Greenfield-Central on Saturday left second-year coach Travis Keesling feeling good about the future.
Douglas inherits experienced Eagles roster
Brad Douglas first began toying with the idea of coaching the Frankton baseball team in 1992. As a sophomore player, he developed a love for the game and for the Eagles' way of playing it. "That's when I decided if I ever had the opportunity (to coach the team), I was going to jump at it," Douglas said.|FRANKTON — Brad Douglas first began toying with the idea of coaching the Frankton baseball team in 1992. As a sophomore player, he developed a love for the game and for the Eagles' way of playing it. "That's when I decided if I ever had the opportuni
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