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Bellmont used a seven-run fourth inning to boost their way to their first win of the season against the North Side Redskins on Thursday night at the Teepee, 9-4.
Bellmont, now 1-6, has been slowly progressing at the plate starting the year with double digit strikeouts in games but fell only twice on strikes against the Redskins' pitcher, Kailee Stuller, who went six innings in a losing cause.
MONROE—It was gloom and doom for the Jets on their home field Tuesday night as Adams Central suffered their first loss of the season hosting the Woodlan Warriors in a losing battle, 11-1.
The Warriors avenged a six-inning loss to the Jets two weeks back amidst the rainy conditions when AC won by the same score on Woodlan's field.
Bellmont's five-run seventh inning seemed to be one run short as the scoreboard read 9-8 and Columbia City and their coaches began to form the line for handshakes on Monday night.
Suddenly, the home plate official motioned to the press box signaling that the score was incorrect and that the game was actually tied 8-8. After some number checking and plenty of mixed emotions from the stands, the teams went back to their dugouts for extra softball.
Due to technical difficulties, tonight's broadcast between Columbia City and Bellmont has been cancelled. Sorry for the inconvenience.
The next broadcast for Bellmont will be Thursday, April 25 when the Squaws host North Side. As of right now that game will be on as scheduled.
CHURUBUSCO—The Bellmont girls track team won the war of blue ribbons Saturday at the Turtle Town Invitational but lost the points battle in finishing second to Warsaw in the Gold Division (larger schools) competition.
MONROE—Adams Central ended another foe in under seven innings on Wednesday night as they handled Winchester in five frames, 11-0.
Jaron Bittner tossed from the mound for his first varsity start and did not disappoint throwing five full innings of three-hit baseball allowing no runs in the shut out.
KENDALLVILLE—A highly anticipated match-up between two of the state's top sprinters turned out decidedly in Bellmont's favor Tuesday night in a Northeast Hoosier Conference girls track triangular meet at East Noble.
The Squaws easily won with 80 points while the host Knights were second at 50 and Homestead was a distant third at 37 in a meet that also featured a new Bellmont school record in the long jump.
Bellmont's 0-3 start was given no leniency on Monday night when the Leo Lady Lions came to town and took a five-inning 16-0 decision from the Squaws at home.
A no-hit effort from Lions' pitcher Jessica Claxton was not entirely necessary but effective nonetheless as the Squaws reached first base on a Nicole Schevenius walk in the second inning but would get no further on the paths Monday night.