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Kings strike back
Lewis Cass’ softball team jumped out to a big lead and held on for a 9-6 win over Maconaquah on Thursday in Walton.
Moss helps lead No. 10-ranked Caston baseball team
Caston fans won’t soon forget Corey Moss pitching the Comets to their first-ever sectional title in baseball last year.
3A champ Western ekes out win at Cass
For the second game in a row a Lewis Cass pitcher has pitched well enough to register a win. For the second game in a row the Kings came out on the losing end of things in a Mid-Indiana Conference matchup.
Defending Class 3A state champion Western escaped town with a 5-3 win on Tuesday.
Logansport tennis tops Kokomo, improves to 10-0
Logansport stayed undefeated overall and in the North Central Conference by defeating Kokomo 3-2 in girls tennis action at Kokomo on Monday.
Lewis Cass girls, Logansport boys claim county track titles
School records fell, county champions were named and the Star of Stars were crowned.
Logansport’s boys team continued its reign as the champions of the Cass County track meet, while the Lewis Cass girls squad won its fifth straight county title.
Kings let key MIC game slip away
Lewis Cass senior Connor Adams got the start on the mound for the Mid-Indiana Conference matchup against Hamilton Heights on Saturday.
Adams pitched well enough for the win, but a couple base-running mistakes by the Kings and untimely errors on the defense cost them in a 5-1 loss to the Huskies.
FRIDAY ROUNDUP: Logan baseball bashes 3 HRs in rout; Carden powers Cass softball to MIC win
With all of the rain this spring, it must’ve been time for Logansport’s baseball team to do some yard work.
The Berries went deep three times in an 11-0 win in five innings over Peru on Friday at Jim Turner Field.
SOFTBALL: Berries 10-run rule Warriors
The sun finally came out, and the Berry bats finally came alive.
Logansport’s softball team snapped out of a collective slump with a 12-2 win over Winamac on Thursday at Fincher Field.
Shidler is a 3-sport star for the Warriors
Winamac senior Zach Shidler just completed a basketball career for the Warriors where he started at point guard in every game of his four-year career and averaged a career-high 16 points per game this past season.
BOYS GOLF PREVIEW: Hitting the links
Despite mostly poor weather thus far this spring, the outlook for area boys golf teams remains sunny.
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