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Carpenters come up big for Southeastern


Softball

Southeastern 5, Waynesville 1: Starter Becca Carpenter (15-6) struck out nine in the complete game and Cora Carpenter plated two runs for visiting Southeastern (17-6).

Tecumseh 5, Ben Logan 4: Michelle Luttrell knocked in three runs to back pitcher Miranda Roberts for host Tecumseh (12-12).

Greenon 9, Tippecanoe 6: Brook Robinson was 4-for-4 with two RBIs and Taylor Maas was 3-for-4 with four RBIs for visiting Greenon (8-12).

Northwestern 5, Shawnee 4: Megan Oty (9-5) went 2-for-2 with a double to help her cause for visiting Northwestern.

Baseball

Mechanicsburg 8, Northeastern 5: Mechanicsburg’s Trent Skinner got the win and hit a three-run home run.

Shawnee 5, Northwestern 3: Jordan Huggins struck out seven in relief, Joey Chapman went 3-for-3 with a pair of RBIs. J.D. Davis tripled and knocked in two runs for host Shawnee (15-9).

Tecumseh 6, Ben Logan 1: Kyle Elam picked up the win and doubled, and Bubba Cantrell got his second save for host Tecumseh (21-6).

Cedarville 9, Troy Christian 1: Justin Liming and Josh Wilson each knocked in two runs to back starter Stephen Gayer (2-1) for host Cedarville (7-16).


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