Archive - Apr 2014 - Sports Article
The Bellmont Braves dropped their third straight loss on Wednesday night entertaining the Woodlan Warriors in a non-conference battle 8-0 at the Teepee.
The Braves are now 7-3 after winning their first seven to start the year and they played without coach Ben Fawbush who served his one-game suspension for being thrown out of game two of the Huntington North double-header on Saturday.
Tonight the Bellmont Braves host the Woodlan Warriors at the Teepee. The DDD will begin coverage at around 5:45 p.m. To view the gamecast simply click the link below then login with username and password for the service to be free of charge. Go Braves!
Tonight's game between the Braves and Eagles of Columbia City has been postponed due to field conditions on the baseball diamond. The DDD broadcast of the game will be available on the date that the game will be made up on. Here is a look of the future broadcasts upcoming from the DDD:
CHURUBUSCO—The Bellmont Squaws track team set 20 season personal best times Saturday at the annual Turtle Town Invitational and ended up finishing seventh in the team standings of the Gold Division.
The Squaws didn't garner any blue ribbons in the event but that didn't stop BHS coach Carl Risch from being enthused about their performance.
DALEVILLEâ€” Bellmont improved on their perfect season start with an 11-7 victory over the Daleville Broncos on Friday night.
The Braves, now 7-0 on the year, started out with a 1-0 deficit after Corbin Maddox singled in the game's first run in the bottom of the first. Bellmont would respond with two in the top of the second to take the lead when Mason Shinabery and Ryan Okoniewski started the inning with two singles. After a second out, Kyle Wittwer singled in both Braves runners for the 2-1 advantage.
MONROE— Adams Central's Lady Jets softball team brought home another victory with a 15-0 bombing of the Southern Wells Raiders Thursday night at home.
The Lady Jets pulled out three runs in the first inning to get the ball rolling, then issued four more in the second to take a 7-0 lead. A big fourth inning produced the final eight runs of the game and the contest ended in just five innings due to the mercy rule.
The Patriots of Heritage will be welcomed in tonight by the Bellmont Squaws on the softball diamond around 5:15 p.m. To view the contest, click on the link below. Once on the game site, log in with a username and password to enjoy the service for free. The DDD broadcast will begin approximately at 5 p.m.
FORT WAYNE—Again utilizing a less-than-full roster of athletes, the Bellmont Squaws managed to win seven of 16 events Tuesday night and split a Northeast Hoosier Conference triangular girls track meet against Homestead and East Noble.
The host Homestead team amassed 73 points for the team win and had eight blue ribbons on the night while Bellmont settled for 50 points. East Noble, a team that had knocked off Norwell and Carroll last week in girls track, won just only one event and was third at 44.
MONROE— Adams Central scored all 17 runs after the third inning to win a wild one at the Hangar on Monday night, 17-11, over the Eastbrook Panthers.
The Jets were down 9-0 after Eastbrook broke open the game with seven runs in the top of the fourth and it appeared that they would be on their way to a second loss this season.
INDIANAPOLIS—The Bellmont Squaws served notice to other teams from across Indiana Friday evening they intend to be a force to be reckoned with at the IHSAA state finals in July as they won two of the three events staged at the invitation-only Franklin Central Flashes Showcase.
The Squaws won both relay events on the night breezing to victory in the 4 x 800 relay with a time of 9:28.16 (winning by over 12.5 seconds) and then posted a 2.51 second triumph in the 4 x 400 relay with a 4:03.23 finish.