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April 30, 2013

Prep Roundup: Casey softball keeps unbeaten conference mark intact

MARSHALL, Ill. — Casey kept its unbeaten Little Illini Conference mark intact with an 18-4 victory over Marshall in high school softball on Monday.

Kyleigh Decker was 3 for 5 and had a grand slam to go with six RBI.

Casey        271    116    —    18    18    1

Marshall        400    000    —    4    6    1

W — Black. L — not reported.

Highlights — For Casey, Decker was 3 for 5 with a grand slam and 6 RBI; Conner Cutright was 4 for 5; Morgan was 2 for 3; Neal was 2 for 5; Bridgette Belt was 2 for 4; and Brandenburg was 2 for 4 with a HR.

Next — Casey (16-4, 8-0) plays host to Robinson today.

In other softball action:

• North Central 5, West Vigo 2 — At West Vigo, the visiting Thunderbirds scored four times in the top of the seventh — two on an error — to pull out a nonconference win.

North Central    000    100    4    —    5    7    0

West Vigo    000    002    0    —    2    6    4

W — Kennedy. L — Harden.

Highlights — For North Central, winning pitcher Katelyn Kennedy was 2 for 4 including a seventh-inning RBI double. For West Vigo, Jacy McClain was 3 for 4 and Brittany Voils was 1 for 3 with an RBI.

Next — West Vigo (6-7) hosts Northview at 5 p.m. today.

• Newton 8, Robinson 3 — At Newton, the Maroons fell in a Little Illini Conference game.

Robinson    200    100    0    —    3    6    2

Newton    201    401    X    —    8    7    0

W — Hardick. L — Corder.

Highlights — For Robinson, Mendenhall was 2-for-4; Sullivan was 2-for-3.

Next — Robinson (12-10, 3-7) plays at Casey today.


• North Central 6, Bloomfield 1 — At Bloomfield,  Nolan Kinnett struck out 13 in a SouthWestern Indiana Athletic Conference victory.

North Central    410    100    0    —    6    9    2

Bloomfield    010    000    X    —    1    4    3

W — N. Kinnett L — Deem.

Highlights — For North Central, Collin Harding was 2-for-4; Austin Kutch was 2-for-4 with a RBI; Nolan Kinnett was 2-for-4 with a RBI and had 13 strikeouts; Alek Copeland was 2-for-2

Next — North Central (4-8) plays host to Vincennes Lincoln today.

• Shakamak 6, Clay City 1 — At Jasonville, Brett Yeryar pitched a complete game and had his team’s only extra-base hit in a SouthWestern Indiana Athletic Conference win.

Clay City    001    000    0    —    1    5    2

Shakamak    100    122    x    —    6    5    2

W — Brett Yeryar, 2-0. L — Barrett.

Highlights — For Shakamak, Brett Yeryar was winning pitcher and hit a double. For Clay City, Colton Harbour was 2 for 3 with a double.

Next — Shakamak (13-1, 4-0 SWIAC) hosts Bloomington North at 6 p.m. today.

Junior varsity

Terre Haute South                014    010    —    6    

Terre Haute North                110    01X    —    3    

W — T. Herrin. L — Massey.

Highlights — For South, Clinkenbeard, Tofaute and Millsap had doubles; Millsap had 2 RBI; For North, Chase Jones had two doubles, Brandon Curley had a triple.

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