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Dawgs blank Squaws 7-0

May 10, 2011

    New Haven's Kayla Fendel tossed a four-hit shutout Monday evening as the Bulldogs earned a 7-0 win in Northeast Hoosier Conference softball action at the Bellmont diamond over the Squaws.
    The Bulldogs did most of their damage in the third inning off Bellmont hurler Nicole Schevenius when they tallied five runs. New Haven had three extra base hits in the game including a triple by Courtney Barfell and doubles by Destiney Beard and Mazie Hake. All four BHS hits were singles.

Alexis Harvey, Holly Hankenson set marks for 2nd place Squaws

May 9, 2011

    BERNE — Bellmont captured eight first places and set four meet records, but still finished second to host South Adams in the South Adams Girls Track Invitational Friday night.
    In the boys meet, South Adams also won that meet, topping second place Snider and third-place Heritage.
    The Starfire girls totaled 116 points to the 102.3 points of Bellmont. Adams Central was third with 80 points.

Squaws blank Starfires 11-0

May 9, 2011

    Bellmont used a nine-run third inning to its advantage Saturday and posted an 11-0 win over county rival South Adams in varsity softball action at the BHS diamond.
    The scheduled second game was postponed due to rain.
    Bellmont led just 1-0 after two innings with SA's Lily Taing and Bellmont's Brieann Burkholder engaged in a battle on the mound.
    The nine-run assault broke the game wide open for the Squaws and allowed them to win by the 10-run mercy rule.

Chargers stop Bellmont 7-2

May 6, 2011

    Carroll hurler Steve Remesnik scattered five hits, striking out three with four walks, leading the 4A No. 4 Chargers to a 7-2 win Thursday night at Bellmont, which is rated No. 10 in 3A.
    Carroll improved to 14-2 with the victory. Bellmont lost for the third straight time and slipped to 9-5, and 1-2 in the NHC.

Patriots repeat win over Jets

May 6, 2011

    MONROE—Adams Central dropped its second game in as many nights in girls varsity softball to Heritage with this game counting toward the ACAC standings and the visitors came away with a 6-5 decision.
    Heritage scored in the top of the seventh on a single to break a 5-5 tie and then Knefelkamp shut down the Jets in the bottom of the seventh for the win.
    "We made too many mistakes again tonight. We have to tighten it up a bit," analyzed AC coach Cary Blake.

Top boys cage post goes to home grown John Baker

May 5, 2011

    He comes highly recommended from Purdue coach Matt Painter and from Tennessee coach Cuonzo Martin, and former Bellmont standout varsity coach Shaun Busick chimed in with his support. He's John Baker, who will likely be one of the youngest head boys basketball coaches in the state of Indiana next year when he jumps from his jayvee post of one year to top spot in the program at Bellmont High.

Patriots hold down Braves 5-3

May 5, 2011

    "How 'bout dem Patriots," said Heritage coach Dean Lehrman after his charges clipped Bellmont 5-3 Tuesday, to improve to 10-5 overall.
    "It has been many a year since Heritage has beaten the Bellmont Braves on a baseball field," pointed out the veteran coach.

Squaws’ 1600 team sizzles to best ever time, but no record

May 4, 2011

    Three of the four Bellmont 1600 relay runner set season's bests, including a sizzling 59.7 leg by lead runner Alexis Harvey, as the Squaws held off a strong Carroll group for the victory Tuesday at the BHS oval, and they did it with the fastest recorded time in the history of the Squaws track program.
    But it wasn't a record.

Sanders sets mark for Franklin

May 4, 2011

    DEFIANCE, Oh —  Senior second baseman Ian Sanders (Decatur, Ind./Bellmont H.S.) collected three hits and broke the Franklin College career record in that stat department in the second game of Saturday's Heartland Conference baseball doubleheader at Defiance.

Lady Jets thrash Fremont; improve to 8-1 for season

May 3, 2011

    MONROE—Adams Central cashed in a pair of runs in the bottom of the fifth inning Monday evening to send their visitors from Steuben County home early and captured a 12-2 win over Fremont in non-conference play.
    The Jets, now 8-1 on the season, scored in every at bat starting off with four in the first and three more in the second. They added a single tally in the third and got two in the fourth and fifth to win by the 10-run mercy rule.

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