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June 13th, 2011
A 9-run fifth helped Kintz Insurance go to 9-1 with a 16-4 win over Hull Lift Trucks Thursday in H.E.B.A. Mays play, while Bixler Insurance downed Decatur Dental 9-5.
Ethan Corral doubled with three hits and 2 RBI and Noah Macklin stroked an inside-the-park home run with 3 hits and 4 RBI to pace the Kintz win. Payton Boyd had 3 hits with 2 RBI while Liam Adams had 2 hits and 1 RBI, as did Josh Price.
Kobe Ortiz had 2 hits for Hull.
Bellmont senior Dana Kaczmarek, a three-year starter for Bellmont behind the plate, has named to the All-NHC softball team, given second-team status, in a poll of the loop coaches.
Kaczmarek was the only Bellmonter named to the team. She recently was named the Hebble Award winner at Bellmont.
Samantha Agulair of Homestead was named first team catcher. Kaczmarek was named second team, and Kayla Northrup of DeKalb was given honorable mention.
The "perfect race at the perfect time" earned Bellmont sophomore Alexis Harvey All-State status in girls track, it was noted today by Bellmont's veteran track coach Carl Risch.
Harvey sped to fourth place at last Saturday's 200 meter final at the IHSAA Girls State Track and Field Meet held at the IU Track Complex in Bloomington..
Not only did Harvey gain a lot of respect, the fourth place earned her first team All-State status in her event, noted Risch.
The Farm Bureau Lifers clipped Peterson Grain 4-3 in a battle of once-beatens in the Monroe Little League Tuesday night.
The win puts the Lifers on top in the league at 8-1 to the 7-2 mark of Peterson Grain.
Adams Central sophomore outfielder Dalton Combs, who led the Jets in 11 offensive categories this year, was named first team All-ACAC in baseball today by the conference coaches.
Teammates Nathan Busse and Cody Brunner, infielders, both seniors, were given second-team status.
Taylor Smith and Taylor LeFever of South Adams were also named to the first team.
Combs paced the Jets with a .482 batting average and led the team in hits with 37, runs with 29 and home runs with three.
Dirty Birds picked up two wins on Sunday in the Fort Wayne Red Carrington league play, downing the Fort Wayne Orioles 5-1 in the first game Sunday before totally destroying the Orioles 19-2 in the nightcap, in Stan Musial AABC action.
INDIANAPOLIS — "Alexis definitely had the perfect race at the perfect time — at the state meet when everyone is that fast and it's all on the line. It was a tremendous performance to come away with fourth place as a sophomore," stated Bellmont track coach Carl Risch after Bellmont's Alexis Harvey earned her medal as the fourth fastest girls 200 meter runner in the state Saturday at the Indiana University Track and Field Complex.
HUNTINGTON—The Bellmont boys golf team played well enough Saturday to see another day as they finished third out of 12 teams in the IHSAA golf sectional at the LaFontaine Golf Course and will advance to the regional on Thursday to be held at The Player's Club Golf Course in Muncie at 8 a.m.
Bellmont's hitters just couldn't get a good figure out Western pitcher Katie Daine as the senior hurler changed speeds and moved the ball around, limiting the Squaws to two hits in a 4-1 regional victory Tuesday night at the BHS field.
"I thought we played a really good defensive game. Our hits didn't come through, but all you can think about is how hard you played," said Bellmont senior catcher Dana Kaczmarek, one of three Bellmonters who played their last game Tuesday night.
Several games were played recently in youth league baseball with the Whitko Wildcats and the Decatur Braves splitting a doubleheader while Courtesy Motors easily sped past the Bluffton Parks and Recreation team.