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April 17, 2012

PREP ROUNDUP: Lakers win pitchers’ duel vs. T-birds

TERRE HAUTE — Two Ben Davis pitchers held host Terre Haute South to three singles Monday night, enabling the Giants to win 4-2 in Metropolitan Interscholastic Conference high school baseball.

The Braves play at Shakamak this evening, then get a second shot at Ben Davis on Wednesday at Indianapolis.

Ben Davis    003    001    0    —    4    7    1

Terre Haute South    000    002    0    —    2    3    0

Rhoades, Turpin (5) and Duncan; Marlow, Brock (5) and Tofaute. W — Rhoades. L — Marlow, 0-3. S — Turpin.

Highlights — Cody Brock, Preston Tofaute and Pete Lannoo had singles for South.

Next — Terre Haute South (7-3, 1-2 MIC) has a 6 p.m. game today at Shakamak.

In other high school baseball:

• Shakamak 1, North Central 0 — At Farmersburg, Brodie Crowe broke up Connor Strain’s no-hit bid with a seventh-inning homer to decide a pitchers’ duel between ranked SouthWestern Indiana Athletic Conference teams.

Crowe’s blast was the only ball that Class A’s fifth-ranked Lakers hit out of the infield against Strain, who struck out nine. Winning pitcher Patrick Green pitched a four-hit shutout and fanned 12.

North Central entered the game ranked second in Class 2A.

Shakamak    000    000    1    —    1    1    0

North Central    000    000    0    —    0    4    1

Green (W) and Collins; C.Strain (L) and Johnson. HR — S: Crowe.

Highlights — Brodie Crowe’s homer was the only hit for the Lakers, who got 12 strikeouts and a four-hit shutout from Patrick Green. Connor Strain struck out nine and had one of the four hits for North Central, while twin brother Tyler Strain had a double and Collin Harding and Zach Lyday also singled.

Next — North Central (7-1, 4-1 SWIAC) has a home game Wednesday against South Vermillion. Shakamak is unbeaten in conference play.

• Eminence 5, Turkey Run 2 — At Eminence, the host Eels came from behind for a nonconference win.

Turkey Run    002    000    0    —    2    8    2

Eminence    004    010    x    —    5    6    0

Amstutz, Girdler (3) and Woods; Eminence battery unavailable.

Highlights — For Turkey Run, Jake Amstutz was 2 for 3 with an RBI, Jeff Woods 2 for 4 with a double and an RBI and Schuyler Jeffers 2 for 4.

Next — Turkey Run (3-3) hosts Covington today. Eminence (2-4) plays next Monday at Bethesda Christian.

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