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May 3, 2014

Area roundup: Tribe sweeps doubleheader against Berries

ANDERSON — The Anderson baseball team conquered Logansport in a doubleheader on Saturday, winning the first game 6-2 and the second 6-3.

Jerred Quartier took the victory in the first game on the mound tossing a complete game two-hitter. Quartier also extended his power at the plate, batting 2-for-2.

Jordan Hill, Austin Chapman and Anthony Fuller were additional key hitters, while senior Drew Laughlin drove in two runs during his single at-bat.

In the second game, Grant Bramwell matched Quartier's complete game, allowing two earned runs while striking out six.

Chapman and Joe Moran each tallied two hits with an RBI. Laughlin went 1-for-2 adding two RBIs.

The Indians' are now 7-8 for the season and 2-0 in the North Central Conference. They will visit Shenandoah on Monday

Broncos split with New Haven

DALEVILLE — Daleville split a doubleheader against New Haven, winning the first game 14-13 but falling in the second 3-0.

Freshman Lucas Floyd started on the mound, giving up one earned run. New Haven led 4-1 in the second inning.

The Broncos cranked up the offense, adding three runs to knot the scoreboard. TJ Price went 3-for-5, hitting a two-RBI double and scoring one run. Floyd also slammed a double and plated one run.

New Haven challenged the Broncos, adding 13 on the board in the seventh inning. The Broncos offense reciprocated and drove in eight runs to tie the score.

Jackson laced a home run and contributed four RBIs. Wes Bivens batted 3-for-4 with two RBIs.

Bivens relieved Floyd, allowing a run on two hits. Sophomore Elliot Jackson stepped in with a strike out to end the game.

In the second game, freshman Corbin Maddox suffered the loss on the mound, giving up three earned runs.

Daleville (8-6, 3-0 MEC) hosts Liberty Christian on Monday.

Tigers fall one run short

ALEXANDRIA — Alexandria and Shenandoah battled in a close game, but the Raiders broke through for the 6-5 victory.

Junior Hailee Beeson suffered the loss on the mound, gaving up six earned runs while striking out five. Hannah Murphy went 2-for-3, driving in three RBIs, and Beeson added three hits.

Alexandria is now 8-10 and will host Frankton on Monday.

— The Herald Bulletin

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