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South Newton (Ind.) 6, Watseka 0. The Warriors were blanked in a home loss 6-0 as jay hammell picks up the win for south newton in their first game of the season. hammell struck out 13 of the 14 recorded outs in his 4 2/3 innings of work. brody derflinger started the scoring with a 2-run dinger off watseka starter ben lyznicki. hammell added a solo shot an inning later and south newton cruised from there. Joey Jaskula smashed a double for Watseka's lone hit as they drop to 4-3 on the year. these two teams do battle again on thursday at south newton.

Iroquois West    10           4              Cissna Park

Momence 7, Paxton-Buckley-Loda 6

Dwight  0              10           Clifton Central

Salt Fork 4, Milford 1 - Salt Fork's Gage Romack struck out nine batters in nearly five innings on the mound in leading the Storm to a home win. Alex Barney scored the lone run of the game for Milford.

Gardner-South Wilmington         13           3              Donovan

St. Anne               1              7              Illinois Lutheran

Hoopeston Area 18, Armstrong-Potomac 3

DePaul College Prep       0              6              Bishop McNamara

Peotone              2              7              Reed-Custer

Manteno             4              3              Wilmington

Coal City               11           0              Sandwich

St. Thomas More 17, Judah Christian 7

illinois girls softball

South Newton (Ind.) 11, Watseka 9 - In an eight-inning battle with their conference foes to the east, the Warriors went down in SVC action to south newton 11-9. Magan Harris hit two home runs and drove in three runs going 3-4 on the day, while Mallory Drake also went 3-5 on the day including a home run in the eight-inning loss. jamie deidam was 2-4 with a double and an rbi and shanelle embry was 2-4 for the victorious lady rebels. samantha warren picked up the win in the circle as south newton moves to 1-0 on the season. watseka falls to 4-2

Momence 10, Paxton-Buckley-Loda 9

Clifton Central   0              10           Dwight

Salt Fork 8, Milford 2

Illinois Lutheran 6              17           St. Anne

LeRoy 10, Gibson City-Melvin-Sibley 2    

Rich South          1              20           Kankakee

Streator               2              7              Herscher

indiana baseball

Central Catholic's gets a 3-2 Hoosier Conference baseball victory against Benton Central

Twin Lakes takes an 8-4 win over west lafayette

 Covington's record's a 12-0 victory against Attica.

indiana softball

Renssealer gets a 16-11 victory against West Central.

Benton Central Bison get an 18-8 victory against West Lafayette.

Tri-County subdues Faith Christian 19-0.

Twin Lakes' gets a 10-0 victory against Peru.

Delphi loses to Pioneer 7-0

mlb

CARDINALS 5, BREWERS 3, 11 INNINGS

ST. LOUIS -- Matt Carpenter hit a two-run home run with no outs in the 11th inning to lift St. Louis over milwaukee 5-3. Carpenter turned around a pitch from J.J. Hoover (0-1) for the third game-ending homer of his career. It capped a night in which St. Louis rallied from one-run deficits in the ninth and 10th innings. Domingo Santana singled in Eric Thames to put Milwaukee ahead 2-1 in the ninth inning, but Tommy Pham scored from second on a pair of wild pitches by Jacob Barnes to tie it in the bottom of the inning. After Orlando Arcia singled in a run in the top of the 10th, Greg Garcia made it 3-3 with his own RBI single a half-inning later. Dominic Leone (1-2) pitched a clean 11th inning before Paul DeJong set up Carpenter's winner with an infield single.

PIRATES 8, CUBS 5

CHICAGO -- Ivan Nova pitched seven solid innings, Francisco Cervelli hit a three-run homer and Pittsburgh ruined Chicago's home opener 8-5. Not even the presence of Sister Jean Dolores Schmidt, the 98-year-old chaplain of the Loyola basketball team, could help the Cubs. She threw out a ceremonial first pitch at Wrigley Field. Corey Dickerson had three hits and two RBI and Starling Marte also connected as Pittsburgh won for the fourth time in five games. The Pirates' 8-2 record is their best 10-game start since 1992. Javier Baez homered twice for the Cubs, and Willson Contreras collected three hits. Tyler Chatwood (0-2) was tagged for five runs and nine hits in five innings in his first home start since signing a $38 million, three-year contract with Chicago in the offseason.

NO RIZZO

Cubs first baseman Anthony Rizzo has been put on the 10-day disabled list because of tightness in his lower back. The slugger, who's had exactly 32 home runs and 109 RBI in each of the last two years, hasn't played since last Thursday. The Cubs made the move Tuesday and manager Joe Maddon put Ben Zobrist at first in an 8-5 loss to Pittsburgh.

RAYS 6, WHITE SOX 5

CHICAGO -- Blake Snell pitched one-hit ball and struck out 10 through six innings and Tampa Bay kept Chicago winless at home this season with a 6-5 road victory. The White Sox dropped to 0-5 at Guaranteed Rate Field. They have never lost their first six at home in franchise history dating to 1901. Snell (1-1) didn't allow a hit until Tyler Saladino's double in the fifth. Jose Abreu hit a three-run homer off Rays closer Alex Colome, capping a four-run rally in the ninth. Colome held on for his third save in five chances. Carson Fulmer (0-1) struggled with his control, allowing four runs over 4 2/3 innings while walking six and hitting two batters.

MARINERS 8, ROYALS 3

TWINS 4, ASTROS 1

INDIANS 2, TIGERS 1

PHILLIES 6, REDS 1

COLLEGE BASKETBALL

NEW YORK (AP) Kansas and North Carolina State are the latest schools to be swept up in a bribery scandal involving college basketball. A rewritten indictment released Tuesday in New York alleges that an Adidas representative, who no longer works for the company, arranged for payments to parents of athletes willing to commit to the schools. The refreshed indictment came several months after 10 men were charged in an alleged scheme to bribe assistant coaches in exchange for steering top-flight NBA prospects to a particular agent or financial adviser. Four assistant coaches have been prosecuted and the scandal has led to the end of coach Rick Pitino’s career at the University of Louisville. The new indictment expands the scope of the charges, alleging a wire-fraud conspiracy that included alleged payments to families of six student-athletes being recruited by four schools, prosecutors said. The court papers portrayed the shoe executive and some coaches as bad actors, saying the conspiracy included hiding payments and signing forms falsely asserting that no payments had been made. The indictment paints a picture of transactions that were concealed to allow athletes to make it through eligibility reviews.

PRO FOOTBALL

BUFFALO, N.Y. (AP) – Richie Incognito is abruptly calling it quits on an 11-season NFL career, three years after the Buffalo Bills gave the offensive guard a second chance at playing following his role in the Miami Dolphins’ bullying scandal. The NFL Players Association announced Incognito had contacted the union with his plans to retire. The announcement on the NFLPA’s Twitter account came after Incognito revealed his intention to retire through a series of tweets and comments made to several publications throughout the morning. Incognito told The Buffalo News he’s retiring because of health reasons.

COLLEGE FOOTBALL

WASHINGTON (AP) – President Donald Trump hailed the University of Alabama football team’s ”win for the ages” in their latest championship season. Trump hosted Crimson Tide coach Nick Saban and his players at the White House on Tuesday to honor their fifth national title in nine years.

 

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