Norse take third at Cole Invite

by Gary Andrews

The Northfield golf team placed third Saturday at the Jeremy Cole Invite. Oak Hill won the invite with a 321, with Maconaquah took second with 325 and the Norse third with 326. Manchester was 9th and Southwood 10th.

“Honeywell Golf Course was in great shape today and the weather was near perfect. There were some really good teams playing here today, and their scores and individual scores reflected it,” said Coach Terrell.

“I think the guys played very well today. They all had a couple holes that they didn’t score well on, but they fought through it. We had two guys medal today (top 8) Braydon and Austin, and Andrew just missed it by a stroke. We have been working on our short game, and I believe it is paying off,” added Coach Terrell. 

Posted on 2014 May 13
Wabash wins Apache Invite

by Gary Andrews

The Wabash varsity baseball team won the Apache Invite Saturday, defeating Tri-Central in game one 6-1 and Leo in the championship 4-3.

In game one, the Apaches collected 8 hits, scoring 1 run in the first, 1 in the second and 3 in the fourth to lead 5-1 before tacking on an insurance run in the 6th.

In the championship game against Leo, the Apaches spent a major portion of the first three innings getting out of trouble and finding a hit. In the top of the first, Leo loaded the bases with one out before pitcher Roger Davis forced two fly outs to get out of the inning.

In the second, Leo had a runners on first and second after an Apache error and a bunt single. On a grounder to second, the Apaches got the force with the Leo runner from second trying to score on the play. Shortstop Treavor Floor rifled a strike to catcher Kodi Fuller for the tag and the Apaches escaped again.

In the third, Leo had two runners on with one out when shortstop Treavor Floor fielded a grounder, stepped and second and threw to first for a double play to get out of the inning.

Posted on 2014 May 06
Sailors headed to Saint Francis University

by Gary Andrews

Wabash senior Grant Sailors signed his letter of intent Wednesday to play baseball at Saint Francis. Currently, Sailors has a .417 batting average through 9 games with 15 hits, two homeruns and 11 RBIs. On the mound, Sailors is 1-2 with a 3.12 ERA. In 22.1 innings, Sailors has struck out 21 and walked 8 batters.

Sailors will study Nursing at Saint Francis and looks forward to playing against his brother Zach, who is playing at Indiana Tech. Saint Francis is coached by Dustin Butcher, who expects immediate playing time for Sailors. “Grant will be on the mound for us and when he’s not, he will play first or DH. We want to keep him off the left side of the diamond to keep his arm strong,” Butcher said.

Posted on 2014 May 06
Hampton headed for Trine University

by Gary Andrews

Wabash senior Kyleigh Hampton has made it official, signing to play basketball at Trine University next year. Hampton, a four-year varsity starter at Wabash said  “I chose Trine because it is a really nice and it offers what I want to study.” Hampton will major in Music Technology.

Basketball has always been Hampton’s favorite sport.  “I have put in a lot of hours practicing and it started with my dad when I was in the third grade and it’s paying off.”

“Kyleigh was a four year starter for us and had a great effect on our program. She has had a lot of success and will be a very versatile player in college,” said Coach Scott Bumgardner. 

Posted on 2014 May 06
Norse Golf Third At Whitko Invite

by Gary Andrews

Northfield finished third in the Whitko Invitational on Saturday at Sycamore GC. Braydon Schindler led the way for the Norse and was the 5th place medalist overall with a 77, Andrew Eckerly shot 80 and tied for the final medalist. Austin Trump shot a 84 and Austin Burns shot a 89.

“We shot 164 on the front and 166 on the back for a 330,” said Coach Terrell. “I’m very happy with our scores. This is where we should be scoring every time out. I’m looking forward to our next tournament.”

Posted on 2014 Apr 29
Knights split with Eagles

by Gary Andrews

The Southwood varsity baseball team split a double header with Oak Hill Saturday, falling in game one 5-3 before winning game two 14-7.

In game one, Oak Hill put up four runs in the 4th to take a 4-0 lead with the Knights cutting the lead to 4-3 with a run in the 5th and 2 in the 6th, but the Eagles added an insurance run in the 7th for the 5-3 win.

”Frazier and Curless threw a good game. We played poorly defensively and had a poor approach. Hopefully that is a day we can learn from,” Coach Holtzleiter said.

In game two, the Knight bats got going early and often, as the south side bombers put up 14 runs.

The Knights would score in every inning with the 5th being the largest with 5 runs.

Posted on 2014 Apr 29
Apaches split with Eastbrook

by Gary Andrews

The Wabash varsity baseball team split a twilight double header with Eastbrook Saturday, falling in game one 6-3 before winning game two 5-4 under the lights.

The Apaches had a hard time getting the bats going in game one with a Roger Davis single being the lone hit heading to the bottom of the third and trailing 4-0. Jordan Holley would start off the inning reaching on a dropped third strike and with one out Devin Hostetler singled to put runners on the corners. Grant Sailors would then single home a run and the Apaches trailed 4-1.

The final scoring of the game would come in the 5th when Eastbrook scored 2 more runs to take a 6-1 lead before the Apaches responded. With one out, Kyle Kelsheimer walked and was followed by a Hostetler single. Kelsheimer would then score on a wild pitch with Hostetler later scoring on a Jordan Floor single.

The Apaches fell 6-3.

Posted on 2014 Apr 29
Northfield taps football coach as varsity baseball head coach

by Emily Armentrout

Former Manchester assistant coach and current Northfield football coach and physical education teacher Brandon Baker has been selected to coach Northfield’s varsity baseball team. Baker is also a former Northfield graduate.

Baker joins a completely new coaching staff, which includes Justin Branock, Cody Schell, Tory Shafer and Troy Vigar.

“The team is responding well,” Coach Baker said. “It’s a totally new staff; no one from last year is back and they’ve responded well to everything we’re trying to do with them.”

Not only did the Norse baseball team have a staff change up, they also lost multiple senior starters and the winningest pitcher in Indiana high school history. This year, the team is made up mostly of juniors and sophomores, with a lone senior.

Posted on 2014 Apr 22

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