Winamac sports briefs: Baseball beats Oregon-Davis for 3rd straight win
Girls track, boys track win 3-way meets over North Judson, Knox
BY VAL TSOUTSOURIS
Sports Editor, RTC
Winamac 13, Oregon-Davis 1 (Thursday): Winamac improved to 3-1 with a road win over the Bobcats Wednesday.
Winamac 15, North White 3 (Tuesday): Russell Compton and Caleb Seymour had three hits and two RBIs each, and Carter Field had two hits and two RBIs for Winamac in a road win over North White Tuesday.
Tyler Perry hit a solo homer, and Max Gearhart doubled and drove in a run. Hayden Clark, Dylan Gearhart and Hunter Ross each had a hit.
Winamac also drew five walks and stole 11 bases.
Mitchell Bonnell pitched the first three innings and allowed two hits and one run. He walked two and struck out nine.
Winamac 10, West Central 3 (Monday): Tyler Perry had a single, a double and three RBIs, and Russell Compton had three hits for the host Warriors in a win over West Central Monday.
Mitchell Bonnell had a single, a double and an RBI, and Dylan Brown also had two hits and an RBI. Caleb Seymour had two hits. Caleb Good, Hayden Clark and Jaiden Klingerman each had a hit and an RBI. Carter Field also had a single.
Winamac also stole seven bases.
Seymour pitched the first five innings and allowed three hits and two runs (one earned). He walked two and struck out six. Clark pitched the final two innings, allowing three hits and one earned run. He walked one and fanned one.
Winamac scored five runs in the first inning and five more in the sixth.
Winamac 10, West Central 3
West Central 101 000 1 – 3
Winamac 500 005 X – 10
WP – Caleb Seymour (5 IP, 3 H, 2 R, 1 ER, 2 BB, 6 K)
2B – Mitchell Bonnell (WIN), Tyler Perry (WIN), Hayden Clark (WIN)
Lewis Cass 4, Winamac 3 (Friday): Maggie Smith and Kaya Campbell had two hits each, but Winamac lost to host Lewis Cass Friday.
Campbell had an RBI, and Emma Goodman added a single and an RBI.
Walters started and allowed five hits and three runs (two earned) over three innings. She walked none and struck out three. Smith followed with three innings of relief, allowing four hits and a run. She walked none and fanned one.
Lewis Cass scored three runs in the second inning and never trailed.
Lewis Cass 4, Winamac 3
Winamac 001 000 2 – 3 5 3
Lewis Cass 030 001 X – 4 11 3
WP – Reed (4 IP, 3 H, 1 R, 0 ER, 1 BB, 3 K)
LP – Linzy Walters (3 IP, 5 H, 3 R, 2 ER, 0 BB, 3 K)
2B – Williams (LC), Elly Logan (LC), Emma Logan (LC)
Tippecanoe Valley 12, Winamac 4 (Thursday): Ella Gerarhart homered and drove in three runs, but Winamac lost at home to Valley at Town Park Thursday.
Linzy Walters and Kaya Campbell each had a double. Emma Goodman had a single and an RBI. Maggie Smith walked three times.
Gearhart allowed 18 hits and 12 runs (nine earned) over seven innings. She walked four and struck out three.
Valley scored four runs in the third inning to break a scoreless tie and never trailed.
Valley 12, Winamac 4
Valley 004 103 4 – 12 18 1
Winamac 000 010 3 – 4 5 6
WP – Corinna Stiles (7 IP, 5 H, 4 R, 4 ER, 5 BB, 11 K)
LP – Ella Gearhart (7 IP, 17 H, 12 R, 9 ER, 4 BB, 3 K)
2B – Brayden Baney (TV), Mackaylie Costello (TV), Kaya Campcell (WIN), Linzy Walters (WIN)
3B – Madi Smith (TV)
HR – Corinna Stiles (TV), Ella Gerarhart (WIN)
Winamac 13, Rensselaer 2 (5 innings, Monday): Ella Gearhart doubled, homered and drove in six runs, and Emma Goodman singled, homered and drove in four runs for Winamac in a home win over sectional rival Rensselaer Monday.
Kaya Campbell also had two hits and an RBI. Alexis Sheets doubled and had two RBIs, and Maggie Smith, Ella Hague and Brooke-Lynne Ulerick had one hit each.
Gearhart also pitched a three-hitter with two walks and five strikeouts. One of the runs she allowed was unearned.
Winamac scored four runs in the first inning and never trailed. They led 13-0 after three innings.
Winamac 13, Rensselaer 2 (5 innings)
Rensselaer 000 02 – 2
Winamac 445 0X – 13
WP – Ella Gearhart (5 IP, 3 H, 2 R, 1 ER, 2 BB, 5 K)
2B – Alexis Sheets (WIN), Ella Gearhart (WIN)
HR – Ella Gearhart (WIN), Emma Goodman (WIN)
Winamac 71, North Judson 64, Knox 30 (Tuesday): Winamac had five individual event champions and also had the winning 4 x 800 relay in a win over host North Judson and Knox Tuesday.
Kingsley Kroft won the 400, Kadence Hoover won the 3,200, and Kate Collins won the high jump, and they also formed three-fourths of the victorious 4 x 800 relay team along with Ariana Gualajara.
Other Winamac individual event winners included Bianca Huizar in the long jump and Lauren Freden in the pole vault.
Second-place finishers included Hoover in the 1,600, Bethany Poor in the 400, Bea Rivero in the 300 hurdles, Collins in the 800, Huizar in the 200 and Kroft in the long jump.
Third-place finishers included Rivero in the 100 hurdles, Huizar in the 100, Mershai Loehmer in the 300 hurdles and Gualajara in both the 800 and the high jump.
Fourth-place finishers included Ally Campbell in the 100 hurdles, Hoover in the 800, Claire Goodman in the 3,200, Loehmer in the high jump and Ashlynn Jennings in both the discus and shot put.
The 4 x 400 relay team consisting of Kroft, Gualajara, Collins and Lily Bennett also took second.
Winamac 108, West Central 18 (April 5): Winamac won 10 individual events and also captured all three relays in a season-opening dual meet win over host West Central on April 5.
Bea Rivero won both the 100 hurdles and 300 hurdles, Kadence Hoover won both the 1,600 and 3,200, Kate Collins won both the 800 and the high jump, and Alexis Sheets took both the 100 and 400.
Other Winamac individual event winners included Kingsley Kroft in the long jump and Ashlynn Jennings in the discus.
Winamac also swept all three relays. The 4 x 100 relay consisted of Bianca Huizar, Lauren Freden, Alexia Intravia and Rivero. The 4 x 400 relay consisted of Kroft, Ariana Gualajara, Hoover and Sheets. The 4 x 800 relay consisted of Kroft, Guadalajara, Collins and Kroft.
Second-place finishers included Huizar in both the 100 and long jump, Kelsey Wegner in the 1,600, Kroft in the 400, Mershai Loehmer in the 300 hurdles, Gualajara in the 800, Claire Goodman in the 3,200 and Jennings in the shot put.
Third-place finishers included Lily Bennett in the 800 and the discus, Goodman in the 1,600, Bethany Poor in the 300 hurdles, Wegner in the 3,200, Campbell in the long jump, Loehmer in the high jump and Jewel Conner in the shot put.
Winamac 122, Culver 21, Triton 11 (Thursday): Winamac won all 15 contested events in defeating conference rivals Culver and Triton in a three-way home meet Thursday.
Kolbey Wegner won the 800, 1,600 and 3,200 to lead the Warriors. Sawyer DePoy won both the 100 and 200. Kyle Olds won both the discus and shot put.
Other Winamac individual event winners included Cristian Cardenas in the 110 hurdles, Chase Keller in the 400, John Malchow in the 300 hurdles, Shaun Pratt in the long jump and Will Biros in the high jump.
Winamac also swept the relays. Cardenas and Wegner joined Evan Eaton and Andrew Cardenas in the 4 x 800 relay. The 4 x 400 team consisted of Malchow, Eaton, Pratt and Keller. Michael Loehmer and Beau Brandt joined Pratt and DePoy on the 4 x 100 relay team.
Athletes finishing second included Dylan Guilford in both the 110 hurdles and the 400, Cristian Cardenas in the 300 hurdles, Gonzalo Mateos in the 3,200, Loehmer in the 200, Malchow in the long jump, Brandt in the high jump, Logan Schultz in the high jump and Brendan Day in the discus.
Those finishing third included Andrew Cardenas in both the 800 and 1,600 and Brandt in the discus.
Athletes finishing fourth included Mateos in the 1,600, Eaton in the 800, Brandt in the shot put and Logan Schultz in the discus.
The pole vault was not contested due to high winds.
Girls results were not made available to RTC.
Winamac 78, North Judson 61, Knox 28 (Tuesday): Kolbey Wegner swept the 800, 1,600 and 3,200 meters and also ran the anchor leg on the winning 4 x 800 relay for Winamac as they won a three-way meet over host North Judson and Knox Tuesday.
Other Winamac individual event winners included Will Biros in the high jump, Kyle Olds in the shot put and Beau Brandt in the discus.
The 4 x 800 relay team consisted of Andrew Cardenas, Evan Eaton, Cristian Cardenas and Wegner.
Cristian Cardenas was also second in both the 110 hurdles and 300 hurdles. Chase Keller was second in the high jump and third in the 400. Logan Schultz was second in the shot put. Olds was also second behind Brandt in the discus. Biros also finished second in the pole vault.
Andrew Cardenas was also third in the 1,600 and fourth in the 3,200. Evan Eaton was third in the 800. Brandt was also third in the high jump and fourth in the shot put. Clay Kistler was third in the pole vault.
Other fourth-place finishers included Sawyer DePoy in the 100 and 200, Pratt in the 400 and John Malchow in the 300 hurdles.
The 4 x 100 relay consisting of Pratt, Michael Loehmer, Brandt and DePoy and the 4 x 400 relay consisting of Malchow, Eaton, Dylan Guillford and Keller both finished second.
Covenant Christian (DeMotte) 178, Winamac 184, Caston (incomplete team) (Tuesday): Jaxon Roudebush shot a 38, but Winamac finished second in a home three-way match that also involved Covenant Christian and Caston at Moss Creek Golf Club Tuesday.
Brendan Hines added a 45, Ryan Gregor had a 46, and Jaden Terry, Talen Gardner and Gram Turpin each added a 55.
at Moss Creek Golf Club, Winamac, Tuesday
WINAMAC (184): Jaxon Roudebush 38, Brendan Hines 45, Ryan Gregor 46, Jaden Terry 55, (Talen Gardner 55), (Gram Turpin 55), (Cooper Fullmer 56), (Karl Podell 59), (Curtis Bogan 61), (Luke Dickinson 66)
Kankakee Valley 190, Winamac 192, Morgan Township 256 (Monday): Jaxon Roudebush carded a 43 as Winamac finished second in a three-way match against Kankakee Valley and Morgan Township at Moss Creek Golf Club Monday.
Ryan Gregor and Brendan Hines each added a 49, Jaden Terry had a 51, and Shaun Pratt and Talen Gardner each fired a 54.
at Moss Creek Golf Club, Winamac, Monday
WINAMAC (192): Jaxon Roudebush 43, Ryan Gregor 49, Brendan Hines 49, Jaden Terry 51, (Shaun Pratt 54), (Talen Gardner 54), (Gram Turpin 55), (Luke Dickinson 58), (Curtis Bogan 63), (Karl Podell 63), (Cooper Fullmer 63)