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Winamac spring sports year in review:

MVP Perry joins Compton, Clark, Good, Bonnell, Seymour on all-Hoosier North baseball team


Softball players Gearhart, Sheets, Goodman, Smith named all-Hoosier North


BY VAL TSOUTSOURIS

Sports Editor, RTC

Baseball

Winamac’s Tyler Perry was voted the Hoosier North MVP in voting done by the conference’s coaches and released to the media. In addition, Perry joined five Warrior teammates as first-team all-conference selections.

Perry, a senior, hit .400 with seven homers and 24 RBIs. He also stole 15 bases in 16 attempts.

Russell Compton, Hayden Clark, Caleb Good, Mitchell Bonnell and Caleb Seymour were the other first-team all-conference picks.

All six first-team honorees are seniors.

Compton hit .391 with 13 RBIs and a team-high 27 stolen bases. Clark hit .408 with two homers, 20 RBIs and 26 stolen bases. Good hit .303 with six homers and a team-high 27 RBIs.

Bonnell hit .438 with 24 RBIs, and he went 15 for 15 in stolen bases. Bonnell also had a 1.33 ERA with a team-high 62 strikeouts in 42 innings on the mound.

Seymour pitched a team-high 43 innings and had a 1.95 ERA. He struck out 53.

In addition, senior Carter Field earned honorable mention status. Field hit .406 with 16 RBIs and 16 stolen bases.

Winamac won the Hoosier North with a 13-1 conference record. They won their first sectional title since 1999 with wins over North Newton and Boone Grove in Class 2A, Sectional 34 at Boone Grove.

The season ended with an 11-1 loss in five innings to eventual state champion Illiana Christian in a regional semifinal at Whiting on June 4.

Winamac finished 18-5.

Kay steps down: Winamac baseball coach Marcus Kay resigned following the season, according to athletic director Bryan Leverenz.

Kay guided Winamac to an 18-5 record and conference and sectional titles in 2022. Winamac also shared the conference title in 2021 before winning it outright in 2022 with a 13-1 league record.

The sectional title was Winamac’s first since 1999.

Nine of the 11 players on Winamac’s 2022 roster were seniors.

Winamac 9, North Judson 7 (May 19): Tyler Perry went 3 for 4 with two homers, a double and five RBIs to lead Winamac to a conference-clinching home win over visiting North Judson on May 19.

Caleb Seymour doubled and had two RBIs, and Hayden Clark and Mitchell Bonnell each had a double and an RBI. All eight Winamac hits went for extra bases – six doubles and the two Perry homers.

Russell Compton and Carter Field each had a double and a run scored.

Bonnell got the win, allowing four hits and four runs (three earned) in 3 ⅔ innings. He walked four and struck out four.

Clark earned the save, allowing two hits and three runs (two earned) in 3 ⅓ innings. He walked two, hit two batters and fanned eight.

Winamac went 13-1 in Hoosier North play. The win avenged a 10-6 loss at North Judson on May 2 in what turned out to be Winamac’s only conference loss.

Winamac 10, Pioneer 0 (5 innings, May 17): Caleb Seymour pitched a one-hitter with one walk and eight strikeouts, and he also had a single, a walk and an RBI at the plate for the Warriors in a home Hoosier North win over Pioneer on May 17.

Wyatt Wheeler had two hits and two RBIs, and Russell Compton had a single and a triple, and Hayden Clark had a single and a double. Caleb Good doubled and had two RBIs, and Carter Field and Dylan Brown each had a hit and an RBI. Tyler Perry also had an RBI.

Winamac scored twice in the first and added three more in the third before ending the game with a five-run fifth.

Rochester 13, Winamac 7 (May 14): Tyler Perry homered, walked and drove in two runs, and Caleb Seymour and Carter Field each had two hits and an RBI for Winamac in a loss to visiting Rochester on May 14.

Mitchell Bonnell also had a pair of singles. Russell Compton had a hit and an RBI, and Hayden Clark had a hit. Dylan Brown walked twice and scored a run.

Compton took the loss in relief. He pitched 1 ⅓ innings and allowed six hits and eight runs (all earned) while walking three and striking out two. Clark started and allowed five runs (four earned) in five innings. He allowed seven hits and two walks while striking out four.

Winamac pitchers combined to walk six and give up homers to Rochester’s Gavin Young and Tanner Reinartz.

Winamac led 6-2 after three innings and still led 7-5 going into the seventh before Rochester scored eight runs.

Rochester 13, Winamac 7

Rochester 200 120 8 – 13 13 2

Winamac 231 010 0 – 7 9 3

WP – Tanner Reinartz (4 IP, 2 H, 1 R, 1 ER, 1 BB, 4 K)

LP – Russell Compton (1 ⅓ IP, 6 H, 8 R, 8 ER, 3 BB, 2 K)

2B – Tarick McGlothin (RHS), Luke Hunting (RHS), Brayden Zink (RHS), Gavin Young (RHS), Evan Elliott (RHS)

HR – Gavin Young (RHS), Tanner Reinartz (RHS), Tyler Perry (WIN)

Winamac 11, Knox 2 (May 13): Winamac scored three runs in the bottom of the first inning and never trailed in a home win over Knox on May 13.

Winamac added three more runs in the fourth, one in the fifth and four in the sixth to complete a two-game sweep.

Winamac 11, Knox 2

Knox 002 000 0 – 2 6 4

Winamac 300 314 X – 11 11 0

LP – Wallsmith (4 IP, 6 H, 6 R, 6 ER, 3 BB, 1 HBP, 8 K)

XBH – (none)

Winamac 6, Knox 2 (May 12): Caleb Seymour pitched a five-hitter with one walk and eight strikeouts, and Dylan Brown had two hits and two RBIs for the visiting Warriors in a comeback win over Knox on May 12.

Tyler Perry added a single, a double and sacrifice fly. Hayden Clark and Mitchell Bonnell also had two hits each.

Wyatt Wheeler had a hit and an RBI, and Seymour and Caleb Good also had singles.

Winamac also stole eight bases in eight attempts, including two stolen bases each for Good, Clark and Carter Field.

Seymour allowed one earned run. He walked one.

Knox did not score after the first inning. Winamac tied the game with a two-run fourth and added three runs in the fifth.

Winamac 6, Knox 2

Winamac 000 230 1 – 6 9 0

Knox 200 000 0 – 2 7 4

WP – Caleb Seymour (7 IP, 5 H, 2 R, 1 ER, 1 BB, 8 K)

LP – Jensen (4 ⅔ IP, 8 H, 5 R, 3 ER, 2 BB, 2 K)

2B – Tyler Perry (WIN), Hayden Clark (WIN)

Winamac 7, LaVille 1 (May 10): Caleb Good and Dylan Brown both hit solo homers, and Mitchell Bonnell had a single, a double and two RBIs for Winamac in a Hoosier North road win over LaVille on May 10.

Caleb Seymour had two doubles and an RBI, and Max Gearhart had two singles and an RBI. Tyler Perry and Hayden Clark each had a hit.

Bonnell allowed two hits and one run over five innings to gain the win on the mound. He walked three and struck out six. Clark pitched two hitless innings in relief to finish the game. He walked two and struck out one.

Winamac had six extra-base hits while LaVille had none.

Winamac 7, LaVille 1

Winamac 010 230 1 – 7

LaVille 000 100 0 – 1

WP – Mitchell Bonnell (5 IP, 2 H, 1 R, 1 ER, 3 BB, 6 K)

LP – Czarnecki (4 IP, 6 H, 3 R, 2 ER, 1 BB, 2 K)

2B – Mitchell Bonnell (WIN), Tyler Perry (WIN), Caleb Seymour 2 (WIN)

HR – Caleb Good (WIN), Dylan Brown (WIN)

Winamac 12-15, Triton 0-0 (May 7): Russell Compton and Hayden Clark combined on a one-hitter, and Compton added three hits at the plate for Winamac in a 12-0 win over host Triton in the first game of a Hoosier North doubleheader on May 7.

Mitchell Bonnell singled, doubled and had three RBIs. Caleb Good added a triple and three RBIs. Carter Field had two hits and an RBI, and Clark, Dylan Brown and Brayden Mathias each had a hit and an RBI. Max Gearhart and Caleb Seymour had one hit each.

Compton pitched four hitless innings with two walks and seven strikeouts. He faced 13 batters, one more than the minimum.

Clark pitched three scoreless innings to finish the game. He allowed one hit while walking two and striking out five.

Triton pitchers combined to walk three and hit six batters. Triton also committed five errors and yielded nine stolen bases to Winamac.

Winamac then completed the sweep with a 15-0 win in five innings in the second game. Bonnell, Seymour and Brown combined on a no-hitter, and Good went 3 for 3 with two singles and triple and four RBIs.

Clark also had three hits and two RBIs, and Cash Roth, Carter Field and Compton had two hits each. Bonnell drove home a pair of runs.

Gearhart and Seymour each had a hit and an RBI. Tyler Perry also had a hit. Winamac also stole 13 bases in as many attempts.

Winamac scored 10 runs in the first inning.

Bonnell, Seymour and Brown combined to strike out 12 of the 18 batters they faced.

Winamac was the visiting team in the first game and the home team in the second game.

Game 1: Winamac 12, Triton 0

Winamac 302 300 4 – 12

Triton 000 000 0 – 0

WP – Russell Compton (4 IP, 0 H, 0 R, 0 ER, 2 BB, 7 K)

LP – Greer (6 ⅓ IP, 7 H, 10 R, 7 ER, 3 BB, 4 HBP, 3 K)

2B – Mitchell Bonnell (WIN), Brayden Mathias (WIN)

3B – Caleb Good (WIN)

Game 2: Winamac 15, Triton 0 (5 innings)

Triton 000 00 – 0

Winamac (10)11 3X – 15

WP – Mitchell Bonnell (2 IP, 0 H, 0 R, 0 ER, 0 BB, 5 K)

LP – L. Kaufman (1 IP, 8 H, 10 R, 4 ER, 3 BB, 1 K)

2B – Carter Field (WIN), Hayden Clark (WIN)

3B – Caleb Good (WIN)

North Judson 10, Winamac 6 (May 2): Mitchell Bonnell had a pair of doubles and an RBI, and Carter Field also had two hits and an RBI, but the host Blue Jays beat conference and sectional rival Winamac in a battle of Hoosier North unbeatens on May 2.

Caleb Seymour also had two hits. Caleb Good doubled and had an RBI, and Russell Compton and Wyatt Wheeler each had a single and an RBI.

Dylan Brown also had a single. Hayden Clark also had an RBI.

Winamac 15, Caston 2 (6 innings, April 29): Tyler Perry singled, doubled and drove in three runs, and Mitchell Bonnell and Hayden Clark combined on a five-hitter as Winamac completed a Hoosier North sweep of host Caston Friday.

Bonnell tossed the first 5 ⅓ innings and allowed four hits and two runs (both earned). He walked two, hit a batter and struck out eight. Clark got the final two outs in the sixth and allowed one hit while striking out one.

Clark also singled and tripled at the plate and drove in a run, and Caleb Good and Carter Field each added two hits and an RBI as well. Bonnell singled and had two RBIs, and Russell Compton singled, walked and also drove in two runs.

Caleb Seymour and Dylan Brown each had a hit and an RBI. Max Gearhart also had a hit.

Every Winamac starter had a hit, and they also took advantage of eight Caston errors. Winamac also had five stolen bases as a team.

Winamac jumped out to a 6-0 lead after two innings and extended the lead to 11-2 after four.

Winamac 15, Caston 2 (6 innings)

Winamac 240 504 – 15 13 0

Caston 000 200 – 2 5 8

WP – Mitchell Bonnell (5 ⅓ IP, 4 H, 2 R, 2 ER, 2 BB, 1 HBP, 8 K)

LP – Jackson Rentschler (3 ⅔ IP, 7 H, 11 R, 6 ER, 1 BB, 1 K)

2B – Tyler Perry (WIN), Jackson Rentschler (CAS)

3B – Hayden Clark (WIN)

Winamac 7, Caston 1 (April 28): Tyler Perry had a single and a double, and Caleb Seymour threw a four-hitter with one walk and seven strikeouts for Winamac in a home win over Caston in the first game of a Hoosier North two-game series on April 28.

Carter Field also had two hits and a run scored. Mitchell Bonnell singled and had two RBIs. Russell Compton had a hit and a run scored.

Caston committed nine errors, and all seven Winamac runs scored off Caston starter Joey Spin were unearned.

Winamac 7, Caston 1

Caston 010 000 0 – 1 4 9

Winamac 000 142 X – 7 6 2

WP – Caleb Seymour (7 IP, 4 H, 1 R, 0 ER, 1 BB, 7 K)

LP – Joey Spin (6 IP, 6 H, 7 R, 0 ER, 0 BB, 4 K)

2B – Tyler Perry (WIN)

Winamac 7, Pioneer 2 (April 26): Tyler Perry singled and homered and drove in two runs, and Mitchell Bonnell and Hayden Clark combined on a two-hitter for Winamac in a Hoosier North road win over Pioneer on April 26.

Carter Field had two hits and an RBI, and Clark singled and drove in two runs. Russell Compton and Dylan Brown had two hits each. Max Gearhart had a single.

Winamac also had seven stolen bases as a team.

Bonnell pitched the first five innings and allowed two hits and two unearned runs. He walked two and fanned seven. Clark finished, striking out five of the seven batters he faced.

Winamac trailed 2-1 after one inning but scored twice in the second to go ahead for good.

Winamac 7, Pioneer 2

Winamac 120 400 0 – 7 6 2

Pioneer 200 000 0 – 2 2 5

WP – Mitchell Bonnell (5 IP, 2 H, 2 R, 0 ER, 2 BB, 7 K)

LP – Brayden Erickson (5 IP, 4 H, 7 R, 2 ER, 2 BB, 10 K)

HR – Tyler Perry (WIN)

Winamac 3, LaVille 1 (April 22): Caleb Seymour pitched a two-hitter on the mound and also had a single and two RBIs at the plate for the host Warriors in a Hoosier North win over LaVille on April 22.

Mitchell Bonnell sparked the Winamac offense with three hits – two singles and a double. Russell Compton and Hayden Clark had two hits each. Tyler Perry had a double, and Caleb Good had a single.

The only run Seymour allowed was unearned and came in the third inning. He walked two and struck out eight.

Winamac broke a 1-1 tie with two runs in the fifth.

Winamac 3, LaVille 1

LaVille 001 000 0 – 1 2 3

Winamac 010 020 X – 3 8 3

WP – Caleb Seymour (7 IP, 2 H, 1 R, 0 ER, 2 BB, 8 K)

LP – Plummer (5 IP, 8 H, 3 R, 2 ER, 0 BB, 3 K)

2B – Mitchell Bonnell (WIN), Tyler Perry (WIN)

Twin Lakes 16, Winamac 2 (5 innings, April 21): Caleb Seymour went 2 for 2, and Caleb Good homered, but the Warriors lost in a rout to host Twin Lakes on April 21.

Carter Field also had a hit and an RBI. Tyler Perry, Hayden Clark and Dylan Brown had one hit each.

Brown pitched the first 3 ⅓ innings and allowed seven hits and 15 runs (six earned). He walked four, hit three batters and struck out one. Wyatt Wheeler got the final two outs in the bottom of the fourth and allowed an unearned run with a walk and a strikeout.

Twin Lakes scored eight runs in the third and seven more in the fourth.

Winamac committed six errors that led to 10 unearned runs for Twin Lakes.

Twin Lakes 16, Winamac 2 (5 innings)

Winamac 010 01 – 2 7 6

Twin Lakes 018 7X – 16 8 2

WP – Coble (5 IP, 7 H, 2 R, 2 ER, 0 BB, 3 K)

LP – Dylan Brown (3 ⅓ IP, 7 H, 15 R, 6 ER, 4 BB, 2 HBP, 1 K)

2B – Tyler Perry (WIN), Hayden Clark (WIN), Deno (TL)

HR – Caleb Good (WIN)

Winamac 24, Culver 0 (5 innings, April 19): Russell Compton fired a one-hitter with 12 strikeouts, and he also had two singles and a double and two RBIs at the plate for Winamac as they completed a two-game sweep of conference rival Culver on April 19.

Carter Field went 4 for 5 with three RBIs and three runs scored, and Mitchell singled, doubled and had five RBIs.

Tyler Perry also had a single and a double and drove in two runs. Wyatt Wheeler and Jaiden Klingerman had two hits and an RBI each. Caleb Good had three RBIs.

Caleb Seymour had a hit and an RBI. Max Gearhart had a walk and an RBI. Dylan Brown contributed a single.

Compton faced 17 batters, two more than the minimum.

Culver pitchers walked five and hit six batters. Culver also committed 10 errors.

Winamac scored 12 runs in the first inning and added eight more in the second.

Winamac 24, Culver 0 (5 innings)

Culver 000 00 – 0 1 10

Winamac (12)80 4X – 24 17 1

WP – Russell Compton (5 IP, 1 H, 0 R, 0 ER, 1 BB, 12 K)

LP – Owen Falk (1 ⅔ IP, 9 H, 20 R, 9 ER, 4 BB, 4 HBP, 2 K)

2B – Tyler Perry (WIN), Russell Compton (WIN), Mitchell Bonnell (WIN)

Winamac 26, Culver 1 (5 innings, April 18): Mitchell Bonnell pitched a one-hitter with 11 strikeouts, and he also went 5 for 6 with three RBIs at the plate for Winamac in a Hoosier North road win over Culver on April 18.

Caleb Good homered twice and drove in three runs, and Hayden Clark singled, tripled and homered and drove in four runs.

Caleb Seymour singled, doubled and drove in five runs. Max Gearhart singled and had three RBIs. Tyler Perry, Russell Compton and Jaiden Klingerman each had two hits and an RBI.

Bonnell walked one. The only run he allowed was unearned.

Winamac scored six runs in the top of the first inning.

Winamac 26, Culver 1 (5 innings)

Winamac 626 (11)1 – 26 19 1

Culver 000 10 – 1 1 10

WP – Mitchell Bonnell (5 IP, 1 H, 1 R, 0 ER, 1 BB, 11 K)

LP – Parker (3 IP, 8 H, 14 R, 6 ERm 5 BB, 1 HBP, 4 K)

2B – Caleb Seymour (WIN), Braiden Molebash (CUL)

3B – Hayden Clark (WIN)

HR – Caleb Good 2 (WIN), Hayden Clark (WIN)

Softball

Gearhart, Sheets, Goodman, Smith named all-Hoosier North; Campbell voted honorable mention: Winamac softball players Ella Gearhart, Alexis Sheets, Emma Goodman and Maggie Smith were all named all-Hoosier North in voting done by the conference’s coaches and released to the media.

In addition, senior Kaya Campbell was named honorable mention all-Hoosier North.

Gearhart hit .544 with 10 homers and 48 RBIs and also went 9-8 with a 3.96 ERA in the circle. She struck out 104 and walked 44 in 104 ⅓ innings.

Sheets hit .396 with four homers and 16 RBIs.

Goodman hit .395 with four homers and 23 RBIs.

Smith hit .362 with nine RBIs and also led the team with nine stolen bases. She also went 5-1 with a 1.86 ERA over 37 ⅔ innings as a pitcher. She walked eight and struck out 36.

Campbell had a homer and 15 RBIs to go along with her .366 batting average.

Gearhart, Sheets and Campbell are seniors, Goodman is a junior, and Smith is a sophomore.

Winamac went 5-2 and finished in third place in the conference. They went 14-10 overall.

Delphi 16, Winamac 3 (May 19): Ella Gearhart singled and homered and drove in two runs, and Kaya Campbell had two hits and an RBI for Winamac in a home loss to Delphi on May 19.

Maggie Smith, Samantha Perry and Brooke-Lynne Ulerick each had a hit.

Gearhart started and allowed 10 hits and 16 runs (six earned) in seven innings. She walked seven, hit two batters and fanned five.

Delphi led 6-3 after five innings but scored two in the sixth and eight in the seventh.

Delphi 16, Winamac 3

Delphi 104 102 8 – 16

Winamac 100 020 0 – 3

WP – Miller (7 IP, 8 H, 3 R, 3 ER, 1 BB, 6 K)

LP – Ella Gearhart (7 IP, 10 H, 16 R, 6 ER, 7 BB, 2 HBP, 5 K)

2B – Sutton (DEL)

3B – Royal (DEL), Corbin (DEL)

HR – Royal (DEL), Sutton (DEL), Ella Gearhart (WIN)

Winamac 9, Triton 3 (May 17): Ella Gearhart hit a grand slam in the second inning and also had a single and a double for Winamac in a Hoosier North home win over Triton on May 17.

Gearhart finished with six RBIs, and Maggie Smith, Samantha Perry and Emma Goodman had one RBI each.

Smith and Goodman had two hits each as part of the Lady Warriors’ 10-hit attack. Perry, Corrin Combs and Ella Hague had one hit each.

Gearhart allowed 12 hits and three runs in a complete-game effort. She walked none, hit a batter and walked 10.

Winamac 9, Triton 3

Triton 001 000 2 – 3

Winamac 240 210 X – 9

WP – Ella Gearhart (7 IP, 12 H, 3 R, 3 ER, 0 BB, 1 HBP, 10 K)

LP – L. Doll (5 IP, 7 H, 9 R, 2 ER, 5 BB, 4 K)

2B – Ella Gerarhart (WIN)

HR – Ella Gearhart (WIN)

Winamac 6-5, North Miami 4-2 (May 14): Alexis Sheets had a pair of doubles and an RBI, and Emma Goodman added a single and a double for Winamac in a 6-4 win over host North Miami in the first game of a doubleheader on May 14.

Kaya Campbell had a single and an RBI, and Samantha Perry and Ella Gearhart had one hit each.

Gearhart got the win in the circle, allowing 10 hits and four runs (all earned). She walked one, hit a batter and struck out seven.

Winamac completed the sweep with a 5-2 win in the second game, which was shortened to five innings due to inclement weather.

Linzy Walters singled and tripled and had three RBIs, and Kaya Campbell singled and doubled and had two RBIs to lead the Winamac offense. Perry, Corrin Combs, Gearhart and Goodman each singled.

Smith threw a four-hitter with no walks and one strikeout. One of the runs she allowed was unearned.

Game 1: Winamac 6, North Miami 4

Winamac 300 120 0 – 6 7 0

North Miami 000 103 0 – 4 10 4

WP – Ella Gearhart (7 IP, 10 H, 4 R, 4 ER, 1 BB, 7 K)

LP – Musselman (7 IP, 8 H, 6 R, 3 ER, 2 BB, 5 K)

2B – Alexis Sheets 2 (WIN), Emma Goodman (WIN), Hoover (NM)

Game 2: Winamac 5, North Miami 2 (5 innings/rain)

Winamac 203 00 – 5 8 3

North Miami 002 00 – 2 4 1

WP – Maggie Smith (5 IP, 4 H, 2 R, 1 ER, 0 BB, 1 K)

LP – A. Hunt (5 IP, 8 H, 5 R, 5 ER, 1 BB, 1 K)

2B – Kaya Campbell (WIN), S. Hunt (NM), Hoover (NM), Sumpter-Music (NM)

3B – Linzy Walters (WIN)

Winamac 7, Carroll (Flora) 6 (May 12): Ella Gearhart had two doubles and a single and five RBIs at the plate and also got the win in the circle in relief for the host Lady Warriors in a win over Carroll on May 12.

Samantha Perry had two singles and an RBI, and Maggie Smith had two hits and two runs scored. Emma Goodman had a hit and an RBI, and Alexis Sheets also had a hit.

Smith worked the first three innings, and Gearhart pitched the final four. Smith allowed four hits and two runs (both earned) and walked three and struck out one. Gearhart allowed three hits and four runs (all earned) while walking two, hitting a batter and striking out four.

Winamac led 7-3 after six innings and held off a Carroll three-run rally in the seventh.

Winamac 7, Carroll (Flora) 6

Carroll 002 010 3 – 6 7 2

Winamac 011 401 X – 7 9 0

WP – Ella Gearhart (4 IP, 3 H, 4 R, 4 ER, 2 BB, 1 HBP, 4 K)

LP – DeBoard (3 ⅓ IP, 6 H, 4 R, 4 ER, 3 BB, 1 HBP, 6 K)

2B – Lanum (CARR), Justice (CARR), Ella Gearhart 2 (WIN)

HR – Lanum (CARR), Stankard (CARR)

Pioneer 8, Winamac 1 (May 9): Ella Gearhart singled for Winamac’s lone hit and also scored Winamac’s lone run in the second inning, but the host Lady Panthers won the Hoosier North meeting.

Gearhart pitched a 10-hitter with four walks and seven strikeouts. Winamac committed six errors, and seven of the runs scored off Gearhart were unearned.

Pioneer’s Hailey Cripe struck out 15 and also had a homer and three RBIs.

The game began on April 18 but was suspended due to inclement weather and resumed on May 9.

Pioneer 8, Winamac 1

Winamac 010 000 0 – 1 1 6

Pioneer 305 000 X – 8 13 1

WP – Hailey Cripe (7 IP, 1 H, 1 R, 0 ER, 3 BB, 15 K)

LP – Ella Gearhart (6 IP, 10 H, 8 R, 1 ER, 4 BB, 7 K)

2B – Casey Webb (PIO)

HR – Hailey Cripe (PIO)

Winamac 6, North Judson 1 (May 2): Kaya Campbell and Samantha Perry each had two hits and an RBI, and Alexis Sheets also had a single and a double for Winamac in a home win over conference and sectional rival North Judson on May 2.

Emma Goodman had a hit and an RBI, and Brooke-Lynne Ulerick contributed a double.

Gearhart tossed a three-hitter in the circle for the win. She walked five and struck out 11.

North Judson committed seven errors.

Winamac 6, North Judson 1

North Judson 000 001 0 – 1 3 7

Winamac 013 110 X – 6 6 0

WP – Ella Gearhart (7 IP, 3 H, 1 R, 1 ER, 5 BB, 11 K)

LP – Baxter (6 IP, 6 H, 6 R, 1 ER, 3 BB, 1 HBP, 3 K)

2B – Alexis Sheets (WIN), Brooke-Lynne Ulerick (WIN)

Logansport 6, Winamac 2 (April 28): Maggie Smith had two hits and drove in a run, and Samantha Perry also had two hits for Winamac in a loss to visiting Logansport on April 28.

Brooke-Lynne Ulerick had a hit and an RBI, and Kaya Campbell and Emma Goodman also had hits. Campbell also had a stolen base.

Ella Gearhart took the loss in the circle after she allowed eight hits and six runs (two earned) in seven innings. She walked three, hit a batter and struck out two.

Logansport broke a 1-1 tie with two runs in the fifth. They added three more in the sixth.

Logansport 6, Winamac 2

Logansport 100 023 0 – 6 10 0

Winamac 010 000 1 – 2 7 5

WP – Packard (5 IP, 4 H, 1 R, 1 ER, 1 BB, 5 K)

LP – Ella Gearhart (7 IP, 8 H, 6 R, 2 ER, 3 BB, 1 HBP, 2 K)

2B – Henderson (LOG)

HR – Henderson (LOG)

Winamac 15, Culver 0 (5 innings, April 26): Kaya Campbell, Ella Gearhart and Emma Goodman all blasted homers for the visiting Lady Warriors in a conference win over Culver on April 26.

Campbell, Maggie Smith, Samantha Perry and Emma Goodman had two hits and two RBIs each. Gearhart had four RBIs. Corrin Combs singled and drove in two runs.

Ella Hague had a hit and an RBI, and Piper Link and Brooke-Lynne Ulerick each had a hit.

Smith pitched a three-hit shutout with one walk and five strikeouts.

Winamac scored five runs in the first inning, two more in the second and eight in the fourth.

Winamac 15, Culver 0 (5 innings)

Winamac 520 80 – 15 13 2

Culver 000 00 – 0 3 6

WP – Maggie Smith (5 IP, 3 H, 0 R, 0 ER, 1 BB, 5 K)

LP – A.J. Hinds (3 ⅔ IP, 10 H, 15 R, 9 ER, 3 BB, 1 HBP, 1 K)

2B – Samantha Perry (WIN), Brooke-Lynne Ulerick (WIN)

3B – Maggie Smith (WIN)

HR – Kaya Campbell (WIN), Ella Gearhart (WIN), Emma Goodman (WIN)

North White 4, Winamac 2 (April 25): Emma Goodman singled and doubled, and Ella Gearhart also had two hits for host Winamac in a loss to North White on April 25.

Maggie Smith and Alexis Sheets had one hit each. Samantha Perry and Brooke-Lynne Ulerick had one RBI each.

Gearhart took the loss in the circle after she allowed nine hits and four runs (two earned). She walked three and struck out 11.

North White trailed 2-1 after four innings but scored two in the fifth and one in the seventh.

North White 4, Winamac 2

North White 010 020 1 – 4 9 2

Winamac 000 200 0 – 2 6 3

WP – Carter (7 IP, 7 H, 2 R, 2 ER, 0 BB, 2 K)

LP – Ella Gearhart (7 IP, 9 H, 4 R, 2 ER, 3 BB, 1 K)

2B – Applegate (NW), Emma Goodman (WIN)

3B – Conn (NW)

HR – Annis (NW)

Winamac 4, Knox 0 (April 22): Ella Gearhart doubled and homered and pitched two scoreless innings in relief to save the win for Maggie Smith for Winamac in a Hoosier North home win over Knox on April 22.

Gearhart had three RBIs. Alexis Sheets had a single and a double, and Maggie Smith had a single.

Smith pitched five innings and allowed three hits. She walked none and struck out five. Gearhart allowed one hit and fanned two.

Winamac jumped out to a 2-0 lead in the first inning and then added two more in the sixth.

Winamac 4, Knox 0

Knox 000 000 0 – 0 4 2

Winamac 200 002 X – 4 5 0

WP – Maggie Smith (5 IP, 3 H, 0 R, 0 ER, 0 BB, 5 K)

LP – Barnes (6 IP, 5 H, 4 R, 2 ER, 0 BB, 1 K)

S – Ella Gearhart (2 IP, 1 H, 0 R, 0 ER, 0 BB, 2 K)

2B – Alexis Sheets (WIN), Ella Gearhart (WIN)

HR – Ella Gearhart (WIN)

Winamac 11, West Central 4 (April 21): Alexis Sheets, Ella Gearhart and Emma Goodman all homered, and Gearhart pitched a seven-hitter with seven strikeouts for Winamac in a road win over West Central on April 21.

Sheets also singled twice and drove in three runs. Gearhart also singled twice. Kaya Campbell had three hits and two RBIs.

Goodman also had a single. Maggie Smith had a hit and two RBIs, and Ella Hague had a hit and an RBI. Samantha Perry and Brooke-Lynne Ulerick each had a single.

Gearhart allowed four runs (all earned) and walked three.

Winamac scored two runs in the top of the first inning and never trailed.

Winamac 11, West Central 4

Winamac 200 242 1 – 11 16 1

West Central 000 111 1 – 4 7 4

WP – Ella Gearhart (7 IP, 7 H, 4 R, 4 ER, 3 BB, 7 K)

LP – Erb (7 IP, 16 H, 11 R, 8 ER, 2 BB, 1 HBP, 5 K)

2B – Wireman (WC)

HR – Alexis Sheets (WIN), Ella Gearhart (WIN), Emma Goodman (WIN), Smith 2 (WC), Sharpe (WC)

Winamac 11, LaVille 1 (5 innings, April 19): Maggie Smith pitched a two-hitter with two walks and six strikeouts, and Kaya Campbell and Ella Gearhart each went 4 for 4 for Winamac in a Hoosier North win over visiting LaVille on April 19.

Smith also had two hits, two stolen bases and four runs scored, and Emma Goodman had a single, a double and three RBIs. Samantha Perry had a hit and an RBI.

Winamac scored in each of the first three innings in building a 9-0 lead. Leading 9-1, they finished the game with two runs in the bottom of the fifth.

Winamac 11, LaVille 1 (5 innings)

LaVille 000 01 – 1 2 3

Winamac 252 02 – 11 13 1

WP – Maggie Smith (5 IP, 2 H, 1 R, 1 ER, 2 BB, 6 K)

LP – Blodgett (4 ⅓ IP, 13 H, 11 R, 8 ER, 3 BB, 3 K)

2B – Foster (LV), Kaya Campbell (WIN), Ella Gearhart (WIN), Emma Goodman (WIN)

Winamac 13-11, Northfield 2-1 (April 16): Emma Goodman went 3 for 3 with four RBIs, and Ella Gearhart went 2 for 2 with an RBI for Winamac as they beat Northfield 13-2 in five innings in the first game of a doubleheader at Winamac Town Park on April 16.

Alexis Sheets singled and had three RBIs. Maggie Smith and Samantha Perry each had a single. Ella Hague and Brooke-Lynne Ulerick each had an RBI.

Northfield pitchers walked 12, including three walks for Smith and two for Kaya Campbell.

Gearhart blanked Northfield, the reigning Class 1A state champions, over the first four innings and finished with a five-hitter. She allowed two runs (both earned) while walking two and striking out seven.

Winamac completed the sweep with an 11-1 win in five innings in the second game. Smith pitched a three-hitter with seven strikeouts and also had a single and a run scored at the plate.

Brooke-Lynne Ulerick singled and tripled and had two RBIs, and Samantha Perry and Ella Gearhart also had two hits and two RBIs each. Corrin Combs had a hit and two RBIs. Kaya Campbell doubled and drove in a run, and Emma Goodman singled and drove in a run. Alexis Sheets contributed a single.

Smith served up Emily Pennington’s solo homer in the fourth. She walked one.

Winamac jumped out to a 10-0 lead after two innings and then scored in the bottom of the fifth to end the game.

Game 1: Winamac 13, Northfield 2 (5 innings)

Northfield 000 02 – 2 5 1

Winamac 444 1X – 13 8 0

WP – Ella Gearhart (5 IP, 5 H, 2 R, 2 ER, 2 BB, 7 K)

LP – Hunter (1 ⅓ IP, 4 H, 7 R, 5 ER, 5 BB, 0 K)

2B – Alexis Sheets (WIN)

Game 2: Winamac 11, Northfield 1 (5 innings)

Northfield 000 10 – 1 2 3

Winamac 370 01 – 11 11 1

WP – Maggie Smith (5 IP, 3 H, 1 R, 1 ER, 1 BB, 7 K)

LP – Warnock (4 ⅓ IP, 10 H, 11 R, 1 ER, 0 BB, 1 K)

2B – Krom (NF), Kaya Campbell (WIN)

3B – Brooke-Lynne Ulerick (WIN)

HR – Pennington (NF)

Boys golf

Winamac boys golf coach Scott Roudebush retires: Winamac boys golf coach Scott Roudebush retired after the season, according to athletic director Bryan Leverenz. Roudebush will continue to coach the Winamac girls golf team in the fall.

Twin Lakes 153, Logansport 170, Rochester 173, Winamac 179 (May 24): Jaxon Roudebush led Winamac with a 39, but the Warriors finished fourth in a four-way match against sectional rivals Twin Lakes, Logansport and Rochester at Dykeman Park Golf Course in Logansport on May 24.

Jaden Terry added a 43, Brendan Hines had a 48, and Shaun Pratt had a 49.

at Dykeman Park Golf Course, Logansport, May 24

WINAMAC (179): Jaxon Roudebush 39, Jaden Terry 43, Brendan Hines 48, Shaun Pratt 49 (Ryan Gregor 53)

WINAMAC JV: Talen Garner 50, Gram Turpin 51, Luke Dickinson 55, Curtis Bogan 55, Cooper Fullmer 55, Karl Podell 57

Winamac shoots 376, finishes 2nd in Hoosier North (May 23): The Winamac boys golf team shot a 376 and finished second out of eight teams at the Hoosier North tournament at Round Barn Golf Club at Mill Creek on May 23.

Ryan Gregor and Jaxon Roudebush shot an 87 and 88, respectively, to make the all-conference team. Shaun Pratt carded a 99 and earned honorable mention status.

Jaden Terry added a 102, and Brendan Hines added a 103.

Triton won the conference title with a 347. Triton’s Cole McKinney was the medalist with a 79.

at Round Barn Golf Club at Mill Creek, Rochester, May 23 (par 72)

Triton 347, Winamac 376, North Judson 382, Culver 406, Caston 409, Knox 416, LaVille 475, Pioneer 515

TRITON (347): McKinney 79, Johnson 82, Westafer 91, Wareham 95, Butler 96

WINAMAC (376): Ryan Gregor (46-41) 87, Jaxon Roudebush (47-41) 88, Shaun Pratt (52-47) 99, Jaden Terry (53-49) 102, (Brendan Hines (55-48) 103)

NORTH JUDSON (382): Cox 87, Minix 95, Hampton 99, Stowe 101, (Radtke 108)

CULVER (406): Rylan Voter (45-55) 100, Auston Zehner (53-48) 101, Steven Pugh (51-51) 102, Tucker Fisher (50-53) 103, (Dalton Powell (54-56) 110)

CASTON (409): A.J. Dague (42-46) 88, Colby Pugh (46-42) 88, Bailey Zimpleman (52-53) 105, Lucas Graham (66-62) 128

KNOX (416): Goins 99, Binkley 100, Singleton 103, Sibo 114, (Krause 122)

LAVILLE (475): Walker 106, Schmidt 117, Kaser 124, Rush 128, (Heilman 134)

PIONEER (515): Jaden Seward (58-62) 120, Tayt Smith (63-59) 122, Ashton Scales (65-67) 132, Blaze Jones (72-69) 141, (Aiden Zeider (71-72) 143)

All-Hoosier North team: 1. Cole McKinney (Triton) – 79, 2. Bruce Johnson (Triton) – 82, t-3. Payton Cox (North Judson) – 87, t-3. Ryan Gregor (Winamac) – 87, t-5. Colby Pugh (Caston) – 88, t-5. A.J. Dague (Caston) – 88, 7. Jaxon Roudebush (Winamac) – 88, 8. Chandler Westafer (Triton) – 91

Honorable mention all-Hoosier North: t-9. Gabe Minix (North Judson) – 95, t-9. Breylon Wareham (Triton) – 95, 11. Gavin Butler (Triton) – 96, t-12. Shaun Pratt (Winamac) – 99, t-12. Matt Goins (Knox) – 99, t-12. Tanner Hampton (North Judson) – 99, 15. Owen Binkley (Knox) – 100

Culver Academy 154, Winamac 199, Caston 227 (May 17): Jaxon Roudebush shot a 42 to lead Winamac as they finished second in a three-way, nine-hole match against host Culver Academy and Caston at the Academy Course on May 17.

Jaden Terry added a 46, Gram Turpin had a 54, Ryan Gregor had a 55, and Shaun Pratt had a 59.

at Academy Course, Culver, May 17

WINAMAC (199): Jaxon Roudebush 42, Jaden Terry 46, Gram Turpin 54, Ryan Gregor 55, (Shaun Pratt 59)

WINAMAC JV: Curtis Bogan 57, Brendan Hines 59, Luke Dickinson 60

Winamac 180, Twin Lakes (JV) 201, Tri-County 235, Pioneer 242 (May 10): Jaxon Roudebush claimed medalist honors with a 39 for the Warriors as they won a four-way match against a JV squad from Twin Lakes and varsity teams from Tri-County and Pioneer at Pine View Golf Course in Monticello on May 10.

Ryan Gregor added a 44, Jaden Terry had a 46, and Brendan Hines had a 51.

at Pine View Golf Course, Monticello, May 10

WINAMAC (180): Jaxon Roudebush 39, Ryan Gregor 44, Jaden Terry 46, Brendan Hines 51, (Shaun Pratt 58)

WINAMAC JV: Talen Garner 54, Curtis Bogan 58, Gram Turpin 60, Luke Dickinson 60, Cooper Fullmer 66, Karl Podell 67

Winamac shoots 374, finishes 5th at Pioneer Invite (May 8): The Winamac boys golf team shot a 374 and finished fifth out of 13 teams at the Pioneer Invitational at Pond View Golf Course in Star City on May 7.

Jaxon Roudebush led Winamac with an 80 and finished fourth among individuals. Ryan Gregor added a 92, Brendan Hines had a 97, Jaden Terry had a 104, and Shaun Pratt had a 109.

Indianapolis Cathedral won the tournament with a 331.

at Pond View Golf Course, Star City, May 7

Indianapolis Cathedral 331, Lewis Cass 337, Covenant Christian (DEMotte) 359, Rossville 372, Winamac 374, Delphi 375, Carroll (Flora) 381, North Miami 411, Knox 450, Tri-County 450, Pioneer 473, Caston (incomplete team), West Central (incomplete team)

WINAMAC (374): Jaxon Roudebush 80, Ryan Gregor 92, Brendan Hines 97, Jaden Terry 104, (Shaun Pratt 109)

LaPorte 186, Winamac 213 (May 2): Winamac’s Jaxon Roudebush was the medalist with a 42, but the visiting Warriors fell to LaPorte in a dual match at Briar Leaf Golf Club on May 2.

Brendan Hines had a 55, Shaun Pratt had a 56, and Talen Garner had a 60.

at Briar Leaf Golf Club, LaPorte, May 2

WINAMAC (213): Jaxon Roudebush 42, Brendan Hines 55, Shaun Pratt 56, Talen Garner 60 (Luke Dickinson 63)

WINAMAC JV: Cooper Fullmer 57, Jaden Terry 59, Ryan Gregor 59, Gram Turpin 59, Karl Podell 59, Curtis Bogan 67

Winamac 187, Knox 217 (April 29): Jaxon Roudebush earned medalist honors with a 38 for the host Warriors in a win over conference rival Knox at Moss Creek Golf Club on April 29.

Jaden Terry and Ryan Gregor each had a 49, Shaun Pratt had a 50, and Brendan Hines had a 51.

at Moss Creek Golf Club, Winamac, April 29

WINAMAC (187): Jaxon Roudebush 38, Jaden Terry 49, Ryan Gregor 49, Shaun Pratt 50, (Brendan Hines 51)

WINAMAC JV: Luke Dickinson 54, Talen Garner 56, Curtis Bogan 60, Karl Podell 60, Cooper Fullmer 61

LaCrosse 185, Winamac 201, LaVille 239 (April 26): Jaxon Roudebush shot a 48 to lead Winamac as they finished second in a three-way match against LaCrosse and host LaVille at The Golf Club at Swan Lake Resort in Plymouth on April 26.

Brendan Hines added a 49, Ryan Gregor had a 51, and Jaden Terry and Talen Garner each had a 53.

at The Golf Club at Swan Lake Resort, Plymouth, April 26

WINAMAC (201): Jaxon Roudebush 48, Brendan Hines 49, Ryan Gregor 51, Jaden Terry 53, (Talen Garner 53)

Winamac 198, North Miami 241 (April 25): Jaxon Roudebush shot a 43 to earn medalist honors for the visiting Warriors in a win over North Miami at Peru Municipal Golf Course on April 25.

Jaden Terry added a 48, Ryan Gregor had a 51, Shaun Pratt had a 56, and Brendan Hines had a 57.

at Peru Municipal Golf Course April 25

WINAMAC (198): Jaxon Roudebush 43, Jaden Terry 48, Ryan Gregor 51, Shaun Pratt 56, (Brendan Hines 57)

WINAMAC JV: Talen Garner 61, Luke Dickinson 61, Cooper Fullmer 61, Karl Podell 63, Gram Turpin 64, Curtis Bogan 65

Winamac shoots 377, finishes 9th at Logansport Invite (April 23): The Winamac boys golf team shot a 377 and finished ninth out of 14 complete teams at the Logansport Invitational at Dykeman Park Golf Course on April 23.

Jaxon Roudebush shot an 87 to lead Winamac. Talen Garner carded a 94, Brendan Hines had a 97, Jaden Terry had a 99, and Ryan Gregor had a 101.

Twin Lakes won the tournament with a 311.

at Dykeman Park Golf Course, Logansport, April 23 (par 70)

Twin Lakes 311, Kokomo 329, Logansport (red) 335, Maconaquah 337, Rensselaer 344, Lewis Cass 352, Western 358, Rochester 368, Winamac 377, McCutcheon 382, Wabash 402, Logansport (black) 436, Peru 450, Pioneer 468, Caston (incomplete team)

WINAMAC (377): Jaxon Roudebush (44-43) 87, Talen Garner (45-49) 94, Brendan Hines (46-51) 97, Jaden Terry (50-49) 99, (Ryan Gregor (47-54) 101)

Winamac 167, Culver 209 (April 19): Jaxon Roudebush claimed medalist honors with a 37, and Winamac shot a season-low 167 for nine holes in a dual match win over conference rival Culver at Moss Creek Golf Club on April 19.

Ryan Gregor added a 40, Jaden Terry had a 44, and Brendan Hines had a 45.

Winamac’s previous season best was a 184.

at Moss Creek Golf Club, Winamac, April 19

WINAMAC (167): Jaxon Roudebush 37, Ryan Gregor 40, Jaden Terry 44, Brendan Hines 45, (Talen Garner 55)

WINAMAC JV: Curtis Bogan 47, Gram Turpin 50, Luke Dickinson 54, Karl Podell 57, Cooper Fullmer 64

Girls track

Winamac scores 74.5 points, finishes 4th in Hoosier North (May 10): The Winamac girls track team scored 74.5 points and finished fourth out of eight teams at the Hoosier North meet at Knox on May 10.

Winamac’s lone individual champion was senior Kate Collins, who cleared 4-10 to win the high jump.

Alexis Sheets was second in the 400 meters and seventh in the 200. Kadence Hoover was second in the 3,200 and sixth in the 1,600.

Collins and Bea Rivero were third and fourth, respectively, in the 300 hurdles. Lauren Fredel was fourth in the pole vault.

Bianca Huizar was sixth in the long jump. Kingsley Kroft was sixth in the 400. Claire Goodman was sixth in the 3,200. Ariana Gualajara was seventh in the 800.

Kelsey Wegner was eighth in the 1,600 meters, and Ally Campbell tied for eighth in the pole vault.

The 4 x 100 relay was fifth, the 4 x 400 relay was fourth, and the 4 x 800 relay was third.

The 4 x 100 relay consisted of Huizar, Fredel, Alexia Intravaia and Rivero. The 4 x 400 relay consisted of Kroft, Gualajara, Collins and Sheets. The 4 x 800 relay consisted of Kroft, Gualajara, Collins and Hoover.

Hoosier North girls track results at Knox: LaVille 174, Pioneer 133, North Judson 88, Winamac 74.5, Knox 55.5, Triton 39, Culver 28, Caston 28

Scoring on 10-8-6-5-4-3-2-1 basis for all events

All Winamac results

100 m

10. Bianca Huizar – 14.36 seconds, 15. Lauren Fredel – 15.44

200 m

7. Alexis Sheets – 30.11 seconds, 10. Bianca Huizar – 30.85

400 m

2. Alexis Sheets – 1:06.16, 6. Kingsley Kroft – 1:07.80

800 m

7. Ariana Gualajara – 2:46.12, 9. Kelsey Wegner – 2:52.91

1,600 m

6. Kadence Hoover – 6:16.96, 8. Kelsey Wegner – 6:24.54

3,200 m

2. Kadence Hoover – 13:52.45, 6. Claire Goodman – 15:01.93

100 m hurdles

9. Bea Rivero – 20.28 seconds, 12. Ally Campbell – 21.49

300 m hurdles

3. Kate Collins – 54.47 seconds, 4. Bea Rivero – 56.34

4 x 100 m relay

5. Winamac (Bianca Huizar, Lauren Fredel, Alexia Intravaia, Bea Rivero) – 57.31 seconds

4 x 400 m relay

4. Winamac (Kingsley Kroft, Ariana Gualajara, Kate Collins, Alexis Sheets) – 4:44.61

4 x 800 m relay

3. Winamac (Kingsley Kroft, Ariana Gualajara, Kate Collins, Kadence Hoover) – 11:16.97

Long jump

6. Bianca Huizar – 14-4 ½, 9. Kingsley Kroft – 13-8

High jump

1. Kate Collins – 4-10, 9. Mershai Loehmer – 4-2

Discus

11. Ashlynn Jennings – 73-7, 14. Lily Bennett – 65-0

Shot put

9. Ashlynn Jennings – 26-4, 13. Sierra Haschel – 22-11

Pole vault

4. Lauren Fredel – 7-0, t-8. Ally Campbell – 6-0

Winamac 82, John Glenn 49 (April 21): Kate Collins won the 300 hurdles and high jump and also ran a leg on the victorious 4 x 400 and 4 x 800 relays for Winamac in a win over John Glenn in their final home meet on April 21.

Kadence Hoover added wins in the 1,600 and 3,200 meters, and she also ran a leg on the 4 x 800 relay.

Winamac won 11 of the 16 events contested.

Other Winamac individual winners included Bianca Huizar in the 100, Kingsley Kroft in the 400, Ariana Gualajara in the 800 and Lauren Fredel in the pole vault.

Huizar and Fredel joined Alexia Intravaia and Bea Rivero on the winning 4 x 100 relay. Lily Bennett joined Collins, Gualajara and Kroft on the 4 x 400 relay. Kroft, Gualajara, Hoover and Collins formed the 4 x 800 relay.

Second-place finishers included Rivero in the 100 hurdles and 300 hurdles, Huizar in the long jump, Ashlynn Jennings in the shot put, Kelsey Wegner in the 3,200 and Ally Campbell in the pole vault.

Third-place finishers included Mershai Loehmer in the 100 hurdles and 300 hurdles, Wegner in the 800 and 1,600, Fredel in the 100, Bethany Poor in the 400, Gualajara in the high jump and Kroft in the long jump.

Winamac 65, Logansport 63 (April 19): Kadence Hoover won both the 1,600 and 3,200 and ran the anchor leg on the victorious 4 x 800 relay to help Winamac top host Logansport on April 19.

Other Winamac athletes to win individual events included Alexis Sheets in the 400, Ariana Gualajara in the 800, Kate Collins in the high jump and Lauren Fredel in the pole vault.

Kingsley Kroft, Gualajara and Collins joined Hoover on the 4 x 800 relay. Kroft, Gualajara and Lily Bennett joined Collins on the 4 x 400 relay.

Second-place finishers included Bea Rivero in the 100 hurdles, Kelsey Wegner in both the 1,600 and 3,200, Kroft in the 400, Bianca Huizar in the long jump and Ashlynn Jennings in the shot put.

Third-place finishers included Claire Goodman in the 1,600 and 3,200, Collins in the 800, Sheets in the 200, Kroft in the long jump, Sierra Haschel in the shot put and Jennings in the discus.

Winamac scores 90 points, finishes 3rd at Winamac Invite (April 16): The Winamac girls track team scored 90 points and finished third out of six teams at the Winamac Invitational on April 16.

Winamac Invitational girls results: Pioneer 145, Bremen 92, Winamac 90, Hebron 62, North White 55, North Newton 36

Scoring on 10-8-6-4-2-1 basis for all events

Winners plus all Winamac results

100 m

1. Masini (BRE) – 13.31 seconds, 6. Bianca Huizar (WIN) – 14.18

200 m

1. Harding (PIO) – 28.85 seconds, 6. Bianca Huizar (WIN) – 30.60

400 m

1. Panagiotidis (HEB) – 1:05.58, 3. Kingsley Kroft (WIN) – 1:08.85, 5. Bethany Poor (WIN) – 1:13.88

800 m

1. Moreno (NW) – 2:44.50, 3. Ariana Gualajara (WIN) – 2:48.07, 6. Kate Collins (WIN) – 2:57.43

1,600 m

1. Montgomery (PIO) – 5:55.15, 4. Kelsey Wegner (WIN) – 6:16.58, 5. Claire Goodman (WIN) – 6:25.76

3,200 m

1. Montgomery (PIO) – 12:21.91, 2. Kadence Hoover (WIN) – 13:10.42, 4. Kelsey Wegner (WIN) – 13:33.04

100 m hurdles

1. Pezzuto (BRE) – 18.0 seconds, 3. Bea Rivero (WIN) – 19.67

300 m hurdles

1. Sleven (BRE) – 56.43 seconds, 3. Bea Rivero (WIN) – 57.08, 6. Mershai Loehmer (WIN) – 1:00.95

4 x 100 m relay

1. Bremen – 54.06 seconds, 4. Winamac – 58.42

4 x 400 m relay

1. Bremen – (no time listed), 3. Winamac – (no time listed)

4 x 800 m relay

1. Winamac – 11:21.50

Long jump

1. Bianca Huizar (WIN) – 17-7, 2. Kingsley Kroft (WIN) – 17-7

High jump

1. Nies (PIO) – 5-0

Discus

1. Heimlich (NW) – 104-6, 5. Ashlynn Jennings (WIN) – 69-2 ½

Shot put

1. Cunningham (NN) – 30-6, 5. Ashlynn Jennings (WIN) – 24-10

Pole vault

1. Weaver (HEB) – 8-0, t-5. Ally Campbell (WIN) – 5-6, t-5. Lauren Fredel (WIN) – 5-6

Boys track

Winamac scores 149 points, wins Hoosier North title (May 12): Winamac scored 149 points and won the Hoosier North boys track meet at LaVille on May 12. Winamac bested an eight-team field.

Kolbey Wegner won the conference title in both the 1,600 meters (4:41.96) and the 3,200 meters (10:17.01), and freshman Will Biros won the title in the high jump (5-10).

Logan Schultz was second in the shot put. Kyle Olds was second in the discus and fourth in the shot put. John Malchow was second in the 300 hurdles and fourth in the high jump.

Beau Brandt was third in the long jump, third in the discus and seventh in the 100. Shaun Pratt was third in the 200 meters and fourth in the long jump. Evan Eaton was third in the 800.

Cristian Cardenas was fourth in the 110 hurdles, fourth in the 300 hurdles and seventh in the 3,200. Chase Keller was fourth in the 400. Andrew Cardenas was fourth in the 1,600.

Biros was also fifth in the pole vault, and teammate Tyler Tankersley was sixth.

Winamac was also third in the 4 x 100 relay, second in the 4 x 400 relay and third in the 4 x 800 relay.

The 4 x 100 relay consisted of Pratt, Michael Loehmer, Brandt and Sawyer DePoy. Pratt was also on the 4 x 400 relay along with Malchow, Eaton and Keller. Wegner also anchored the 4 x 800 relay, which also included Andrew Cardenas, Eaton and Cristian Cardenas.

Hoosier North boys track results at LaVille: Winamac 149, LaVille 142.5, Pioneer 124, North Judson 95, Knox 53, Caston 19, Culver 18.5, Triton 15

Scoring on 10-8-6-5-4-3-2-1 basis for all events

Winners plus all Winamac results

100 m

1. Smith (LV) – 11.25 seconds, 7. Beau Brandt (WIN) – 12.25, 9. Sawyer DePoy (WIN) – 12.24 (prelims)

200 m

1. Smith (LV) – 23.14 seconds, 3. Shaun Pratt (WIN) – 24.08, 10. Michael Loehmer (WIN) – 25.98

400 m

1. Materna (NJSP) – 52.99 seconds, 4. Chase Keller (WIN) – 55.34, 10. Dylan Guilford (WIN) – 1:03.19

800 m

1. Baker (PIO) – 2:04.53, 3. Evan Eaton (WIN) – 2:13.73, 6. Andrew Cardenas (WIN) – 2:20.64

1,600 m

1. Kolbey Wegner (WIN) – 4:41.96, 4. Andrew Cardenas (WIN) – 5:07.10

3,200 m

1. Kolbey Wegner (WIN) – 10:17.01, 7. Cristian Cardenas (WIN) – 12:09.99

110 m hurdles

1. Mersch (PIO) – 16.64 seconds, 4. Cristian Cardenas (WIN) – 18.31, 9. Dylan Guilford (WIN) – 19.89

300 m hurdles

1. Conroy (KNOX) – 43.92 seconds, 2. John Malchow (WIN) – 44.43, 4. Cristian Cardenas (WIN) – 45.92

4 x 100 m relay

1. North Judson – 45.84 seconds, 3. Winamac (Shaun Pratt, Michael Loehmer, Beau Brandt, Sawyer DePoy) – 47.42

4 x 400 m relay

1. LaVille – 3:42.93, 2. Winamac (John Malchow, Evan Eaton, Shaun Pratt, Chase Keller) – 3:44.05

4 x 800 m relay

1. Pioneer – 8:53.75, 2. Winamac (Andrew Cardenas, Evan Eaton, Cristian Cardenas, Kolbey Wegner) – 8:57.07

Long jump

1. Jordan (NJSP) – 21-3 ½, 3. Beau Brandt (WIN) – 19-9, 4. Shaun Pratt (WIN) – 19-8 ¾

High jump

1. Will Biros (WIN) – 5-10, 4. John Malchow (WIN) – 5-4

Discus

1. Bedrock (LV) – 140-4, 2. Kyle Olds (WIN) – 133-1, 3. Beau Brandt (WIN) – 131-7

Shot put

1. Wagoner (LV) – 48-4, 2. Logan Schultz (WIN) – 45-11, 4. Kyle Olds (WIN) – 43-2

Pole vault

1. Hulsey (LV) – 14-0, 5. Will Biros (WIN) – 10-0, 6. Tyler Tankersley (WIN) – 9-0

LaVille 60, Winamac 58, Elkhart Christian 45 (April 26): Cristian Cardenas won both the 110 hurdles and the 300 hurdles, Kolbey Wegner won the 3,200 meters, and Shaun Pratt won the long jump, but Winamac finished second in a three-way meet against host LaVille and Elkhart Christian on April 26.

Winamac also won the 4 x 800 relay, which consisted of Andrew Cardenas, Evan Eaton, Cristian Cardenas and Wegner.

Wegner was also second in the 1,600 meters.

Winamac athletes who had at least one second-place finish included Beau Brandt, who was second in the 100 and the long jump and fourth in the discus; Chase Keller, who was second in the 400; Evan Eaton, who was second in the 800; and Shaun Pratt, who was second in the 200.

Sawyer DePoy was third in the 100, and Andrew Cardenas was third in the 800 as well as being fourth in the 1,600.

Dylan Guilford was fourth in both the 110 hurdles and 400. Michael Loehmer was fourth in the 200. Logan Schultz was fourth in the shot put. Tyler Tankersley was fourth in the pole vault.

Winamac was also second in the 4 x 100 relay and third in the 4 x 400 relay. The 4 x 100 relay consisted of Pratt, Loehmer, Brandt and DePoy, and the 4 x 400 relay consisted of John Malchow, Eaton, Pratt and Keller.

Winamac 80, John Glenn 50 (April 21): Kolbey Wegner won the 1,600 and 3,200 meters and ran the anchor leg on the victorious 4 x 800 relay to help the Winamac boys track team defeat John Glenn on April 21.

Wegner also placed second in the 800 meters.

The other Winamac athlete to win an individual event was Chase Keller, who won the 400.

Winamac athletes also won four of the five field events. Shaun Pratt took the long jump, Logan Schultz won the shot put, Beau Brandt won the discus, and Will Biros took the pole vault.

Winamac also swept the relays. Andrew Cardenas, Evan Eaton and Cristian Cardenas joined Wegner on the 4 x 800 relay. The 4 x 100 relay consisted of Shaun Pratt, Michael Loehmer, Beau Brandt and Sawyer DePoy. The 4 x 400 relay consisted of John Malchow, Evan Eaton, Pratt and Keller.

Cristian Cardenas was also second in the 110 hurdles and third in the 300 hurdles. Malchow was second in the 300 hurdles and the long jump. Kyle Olds was second in the shot put and third in the discus. Schultz was also second in the discus. Tyler Tankersley and Clay Kistler were second and third, respectively, behind Biros in the pole vault.

Andrew Cardenas was third in both the 800 and 1,600. Dylan Guilford was third in the 110 hurdles. Brandt was also third in the 100. DePoy was also third in the long jump. Biros was also third in the high jump.

Winamac 96, Logansport 36 (April 19): Winamac won 13 of 16 events in a dual meet win over host Logansport on April 19.

Winamac individual event winners included Kolbey Wegner, who won both the 1,600 and 3,200; Beau Brandt, who won both the 100 and the discus; Shaun Pratt, who won both the 200 and the long jump; Will Biros, who won both the high jump and pole vault; Chase Keller, who won the 400; and Kyle Olds, who won the shot put.

Winamac also won all three relays. The 4 x 100 relay consisted of Pratt, Michael Loehmer, Brandt and Cristian Cardenas. The 4 x 400 relay consisted of John Malchow, Evan Eaton, Pratt and Keller. The 4 x 800 relay consisted of Andrew Cardenas, Tyler Tankersley, Cristian Cardenas and Wegner.

Other scoring Winamac athletes included John Malchow, who was second in the 300 hurdles and second in the shot put; Logan Schultz, who was second in both the discus and shot put; Andrew Cardenas, who was second in the 1,600 and third in the 800; Evan Eaton, who was second in the 400; Loehmer, who was second in the 200 and third in the 100; and Tankersley, who was second in the pole vault; Cristian Cardenas, who was third in both the 110 hurdles and 300 hurdles; and Clay Kistler, who was third in the 3,200.

Brandt was also third in the shot put, and Olds was also third in the discus.

Winamac scores 140 points, finishes 2nd at Winamac Invite (April 16): The Winamac boys track team scored 140 points and finished second out of six teams at the Winamac Invitational on April 16.

Bremen won the title with 141 points.

Winamac individual event champions included Kolbey Wegner in the 1,600, John Malchow in the 300 hurdles, Beau Brandt in the discus and Logan Schiltz in the shot put.

Winamac also won the 4 x 400 relay in 3:47.

Winamac Invitational boys track results: Bremen 141, Winamac 140, Pioneer 87, Hebron 55, North Newton 48, North White 22

Scoring on 10-8-6-4-2-1 basis for all events

Winners plus all Winamac scorers

100 m

1. Schoon (NN) – 11.08 seconds

200 m

1. Zander (NN) – 24.22 seconds, 6. Michael Loehmer (WIN) – 26.44

400 m

1. Summerville (HEB) – 54.32 seconds, 2. Chase Keller (WIN) – 54.44

800 m

1. Urvena (BRE) – 2:17, 5. Andrew Cardenas (WIN) – 2:20, 6. Evan Eaton (WIN) – 2:24

1,600 m

1. Kolbey Wegner (WIN) – 4:42

3,200 m

1. Kincaid (BRE) – 10:32, 2. Kolbey Wegner (WIN) – 10:52

110 m hurdles

1. Summerville (NN) – 18.36 seconds, 3. Cristian Cardenas (WIN) – 18.62, 4. Dylan Guilford (WIN) – 20.20

300 m hurdles

1. John Malchow (WIN) – 46.17 seconds, 2. Cristian Cardenas (WIN) – 46.34

4 x 100 m relay

1. Pioneer – 47.93 seconds, 2. Winamac – (no time listed)

4 x 400 m relay

1. Winamac – 3:47

4 x 800 m relay

1. Bremen – 8:50, 4. Winamac – 9:10

Long jump

1. Hardin (BRE) 00 19-8, 2. Shaun Pratt (WIN) – 17-10 ½, 6. John Malchow (WIN) – 16-11

High jump

1. Hardin (BRE) – 6-5, 4. Will Biros (WIN) – 5-6, 5. Beau Brandt (WIN) – 5-6

Discus

1. Beau Brandt (WIN) – 121-10 ½, 2. Kyle Olds (WIN) – 121-1 ½

Shot put

1. Logan Schultz (WIN) – 41-6, 2. Kyle Olds (WIN) – 41-1 ½

Pole vault

1. Wisler (BRE) – 10-6, 3. Tyler Tankersley (WIN) – 8-6, 6. Will Biros (WIN) – 8-0

Coed track

Winamac wins Delphi Relays Class A title (April 30): The Winamac coed track team had four champions en route to winning the Class A title at the Delphi Relays on April 30.

The champions were the Oracle Relay team consisting of John Malchow, Alexis Sheets, Shaun Pratt and Kelsey Wegner; the distance medley relay consisting of Kate Collins, Evan Eaton, Kadence Hoover and Kolbey Wegner; the 2266 relay consisting of Bianca Huizar, Shaun Pratt, Kate Collins and Andrew Cardenas; and the long jump relay consisting of Kingsley Kroft, Huizar, Pratt and Beau Brandt.

The 4 x 1,600 relay, the high hurdle relay, the 3126 relay, the 4 x 800 relay, the pole vault relay, the high jump relay and shot put relay all finished second.

The 4 x 400 relay and the discus relay all took third.

The 4 x 100 relay placed fifth.

The Oracle Relay consists of a 300, a 100, a 200 and 1,000-meter leg. The distance medley relay consists of a 400, an 800, a 1,200 and a 1,600-meter leg. The 2266 relay consists of two 200-meter legs and two 600-meter legs. The 3126 relay consists of a 300, a 100, a 200 and a 600-meter leg.










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