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@MoorelandFair 4500 lb. Division II Antique Tractor Pull Results

Ranking Name Vehicle Description City State Pull 1 Pull 2
1 ANDY MASTIN FARMALL 460 RUSHVILLE IN 228.12
2 BOB JARMAN 64 OLIVER 770 RUSHVILLE IN 223.21
3 DALE MARLING ? LIBERTY IN 223.07
4 AARON MASTIN FARMALL 560 BL RUSHVILLE IN 221.92
5 WAYNE SAMMONS ? RUSHVILLE IN 220.40
6 CHARLIE STARKE 49 OLIVER 77 RUSHVILLE IN 218.17
7 DEVON NIEHOFF FARMALL 560 RUSHVILLE IN 215.88
8 RANDY HEDRICK 58 460 RUSHVILLE IN 214.46
9 Greg Bonwell Oliver 88 1953 Cambridge IN 211.41
10 David Risselman 59 Farmall 460 Rushville IN 209.15
11 IRA BANTER FARMALL 460 VAN BUREN IN 209.10
12 MATT SAUERLAND FARMALL 460 BROOKVILLE IN 208.12
13 AUSTIN CLARK OLIVER 88 HOMER IN 205.42
14 Phil Kuhn Oliver 88 1948 Rushville IN 203.48
15 BRIAN JOHNSON OLIVER 770 RUSHVILLE IN 202.96
16 RON PEAVLER JR OLIVER 88 DALEVILLE IN 202.92
17 Kember Kuhn Oliver 77 1947 Rushville IN 201.91
18 Kevin Kuhn Oliver 88 1948 Rushville IN 201.77
19 DAN BROWN 58 FARMALL 460 Rushville IN 199.29
20 Ken Ely Oliver 77 1949 Noblesville IN 197.55
1a RICK BUZZARD ? HUNTINGTON IN 195.94
2a JIM O’NEAL OLIVER 77 W LAFAYETTE IN 193.26
3a MIKE STETZEL 53 SM WARREN IN 166.39
4a BRYCE HALSTEAD 55 AC WD-45 HAGERSTOWN IN 124.66
5a DICK GETTINGER 445 MOLINE OAKVILLE IN 120.99
6a HUNTER PAGE FARMALL H MODOC IN 120.93
7a LARRY GINGERY 51 OLIVER 88 COLUMBUS IN 114.48
8a Bobby Peavler Oliver 77 Pendleton IN 100.86
9a RICK STINES 56 OLIVER SUPER 88 SWITZ CITY IN 89.26
10a CODY TERHAR OLIVER 77 MODOC IN 85.61
11a MIKE ABRAMS 54 WD 45 NEW CASTLE IN 80.24
12a NATE NIEHOFF 61 FARMALL 460 GLENWOOD IN 0.00 OUT
13a CHARLIE STARKE 49 OLIVER 88 RUSHVILLE IN 0.00 speeding

Maddie Howe’s Walkoff Gives Lawrence North Victory Over Lawrence Central

A walk-off error led Lawrence North past Lawrence Central 6-5 on Saturday. The game was tied at five with Lawrence North batting in the bottom of the eighth when there was an error, scoring one run.

Lawrence North earned the victory despite allowing Lawrence Central to score three runs in the fourth inning.  Lawrence Central‘s big inning was driven by a single by Emily Anderson and an error.

Lawrence Central evened things up at five in the top of the seventh inning.

Lawrence North scored three runs in the sixth inning. The big inning was thanks to a double by Brooke Schmadeke, a single by Cierra Taylor, and a walk by Raniah Rogers.

Lawrence Central scored three runs in the fourth inning. The big inning for Lawrence Central came thanks to a single by Emily Anderson and an error.

Taylor Erschen earned the win for Lawrence North. She went eight innings, allowing five runs, 11 hits, and striking out three.  Leah Kohnen took the loss for Lawrence Central. She threw six innings, allowing three runs, five hits, and striking out two.

Lawrence North had eight hits in the game.  Cierra TaylorRaniah Rogers, and Bailey Hogan each collected multiple hits for Lawrence North.  Bailey HoganRaniah Rogers, and Cierra Taylor each collected two hits to lead  Lawrence North.

Lawrence Central collected 11 hits.  Abigail Nixon and Brianna McMonagle each collected multiple hits for Lawrence Central.  Abigail Nixon led Lawrence Central with three hits in five at-bats.

IHSAA Softball Sectional 10 Statistical Leaders

Quality At Bats

  1. Taylor Erschen – Lawrence North (11)
  2. Raniah Rogers – Lawrence North (9)
  3. Morgan Scruggs – Mt. Vernon (8)

On Base + Slugging % (OPS)

  1. Taylor Erschen – Lawrence North (1.912)
  2. Raniah Rogers – Lawrence North (1.889)
  3. Grace Lorsung – Cathedral (1.833)

Batting Average (AVG)

  1. Sydnee Perry – Mt. Vernon (.667)
  2. Brittney Levingston – Cathedral (.667)
  3. Shelbie Stotts – Warren Central (.667)

Slugging Percentage (SLG)

  1. Ashlee Ritchie – Arsenal Technical (1.333)
  2. Grace Lorsung – Cathedral (1.333)
  3. Raniah Rogers – Lawrence North (1.222)

Runs Batted In (RBI)

  1. Raniah Rogers – Lawrence North (5)
  2. Kaitlyn Nugent – Mt. Vernon (4)
  3. Amaya Gomez – Lawrence Central (4)

First Pitch Strike % (FPS%)

  1. Emily Timberman – Cathedral (100.0%)
  2. Lauren Koerhing – Lawrence Central (70.0%)
  3. Andi Manship – Cathedral (66.7%)

Walks + Hits / Innings Pitched (WHIP)

  1. Andi Manship – Cathedral (0.86)
  2. Emily Timberman – Cathedral (1.00)
  3. Kaitlyn Nugent – Mt. Vernon (1.14)

Earned Run Average (ERA)

  1. Andi Manship – Cathedral (0.00)
  2. Emily Timberman – Cathedral (0.00)
  3. Leah Kohnen – Lawrence Central (1.56)

Strikeouts (SO)

  1. Taylor Erschen – Lawrence North (8)
  2. Lauren Koerhing – Lawrence Central (6)
  3. Leah Kohnen – Lawrence Central (6)

 

Lawrence Central Jumps Out To Early Lead In Victory Over Arsenal Tech

Lawrence Central defeated Arsenal Tech 12-2 thanks to a strong start.  Lawrence Central took the lead on a single in the first inning.

Lawrence Central took an early lead in the first inning.  Lawrence Central scored one run when Amaya Gomez singled with two outs in the first inning.

Lawrence Central scored six runs in the fifth inning. The big inning was thanks to a double by Jessica Carroll, an error , and a home run by Maia McIntosh.

Leah Kohnen earned the win for Lawrence Central. She tossed three innings, allowing zero runs, one hit, and striking out four.  Ashlee Ritchie took the loss for Arsenal Tech. She pitched four and two-thirds innings, allowing 12 runs, and ten hits.

Lawrence Central had ten hits in the game.  Maia McIntoshAmaya Gomez, and Jessica Carroll each collected multiple hits for Lawrence Central.  Jessica CarrollAmaya Gomez, and Maia McIntosh each collected two hits to lead Lawrence Central.  Lawrence Central was sure-handed and didn’t commit a single error. Emily Anderson made the most plays with six.

Lawrence Central will face Lawrence North at 7:00 pm on Wednesday, May 24th at Mt. Vernon High School.

Mt. Vernon Falls In Back-And-Forth Affair Against Lawrence North

Even though Mt. Vernon and Lawrence North both had their opportunities, it was Lawrence North that eventually prevailed 6-5 on Tuesday. The game was tied at five with Lawrence North batting in the top of the seventh when there was an error, scoring one run.

Mt. Vernon lost despite out-hitting Lawrence North 14 to 11.

Lawrence North took an early lead in the first inning.  Taylor Erschen homered on a 1-0 count in the first inning, scoring one run.

Mt. Vernon evened things up at five in the bottom of the fourth inning.  Mackenzie McCann drove in one when she singled in the fourth inning.

Lawrence North scored four runs in the third inning.  Lawrence North‘s big inning was driven by a home run by Raniah Rogers and a single by Bailey Hogan.

Taylor Erschen earned the win for Lawrence North. She pitched seven innings, surrendering five runs, 14 hits, and striking out three.  Kaitlyn Nugent took the loss for Mt. Vernon. She went four innings, surrendering one run, two hits, striking out one, and walking one.

Victoria Whyde started the game for Mt. Vernon. She threw three innings, giving up five runs, nine hits, striking out two, and walking zero.

Home runs for Lawrence North came when Taylor Erschen homered in the first inning and Raniah Rogers homered in the third inning.

Mt. Vernon had 14 hits in the game.  Sydnee PerryAnelise WordenMakenzie GeeKaitlyn Nugent, and Mackenzie McCann each collected multiple hits for Mt. Vernon.  Victoria Whyde  and Mackenzie McCann each drove in two runs to lead Mt. Vernon.

Lawrence North collected 11 hits.  Taylor ErschenAmanda Spafford, and Maddie Howe each collected multiple hits for Lawrence North.

Lawrence North will play Lawrence Central for the IHSAA Sectional 10 championship game at 7:00 pm on May 24th at Mt. Vernon High School.

Warren Central Can’t Hold Up Against Mt. Vernon

Warren Central had trouble keeping up with Mt. Vernon in a 12-4 loss on Monday.

Mt. Vernon scored five runs in the fourth inning.  Mt. Vernon‘s big inning was driven by a walk by Anelise Worden and a grand slam by Kaitlyn Nugent.

Victoria Whyde earned the win for Mt. Vernon. She went four innings, surrendering three runs, seven hits, and striking out three.  Naida Anne Stephens took the loss for Warren Central. She tossed four innings, allowing nine runs, and ten hits.

Warren Central had ten hits in the game.  Shelbie Stotts and Alise Terhune each collected multiple hits for Warren Central.  Aniah BaxterKamryn SeeAlise Terhune, and Madison Johnson each drove in one run to lead Warren Central.

Mt. Vernon collected 17 hits.  Jadan FithianCassidy ParkerSydnee PerryAnelise Worden, and Kaitlyn Nugent each collected multiple hits for Mt. Vernon.

Despite Collecting Eight Hits, Cathedral Falls To Lawrence North

Cathedral fell 5-4 to Lawrence North on Monday despite out-hitting them eight to seven.

Lawrence North captured the lead in the first inning.  Lawrence North scored two runs when Raniah Rogers homered with one out in the first inning.

In the bottom of the first inning, Cathedral tied things up at two.  Olivia Jackson doubled on a 1-0 count in the first inning, scoring two runs.

Lawrence North took the lead for good with three runs in the fourth inning. In the fourth Taylor Erschen singled off of Annika Garwood, driving in one run and Meredith Rudich singled off of Annika Garwood, driving in one run.

Leah Richards earned the win for Lawrence North. She tossed two innings, surrendering two runs, and two hits.  Taylor Erschen recorded the last 15 outs to earn the save for Lawrence North.

Cathedral collected eight hits.  Olivia JacksonJordan Lyman, and Brittney Levingston each collected multiple hits for Cathedral .  Brittney LevingstonJordan Lyman, and Olivia Jacksonall had two hits to lead Cathedral .

Raniah Rogers went 2-for-3 at the plate to lead Lawrence North in hits.