Lakeland swept an NECC boys track triangular meet held Tuesday in Emma.
Jimmy Maas’ sweep of the two hurdle races was the Prairie Heights highlight in an NECC boys track triangular meet held in Bushy Prairie Tuesday.
Aspen Dirr was the lone event winner for Prairie Heights in an NECC girls track triangular with West Noble and Fairfield held Tuesday night in Brushy Prairie.
Fort Wane Canterbury lined 14 hits and took advantage of 10 Prairie Heights errors to garner a 15-11 varsity baseball win over the visiting Panthers Tuesday.
Angola moved to 4-1 in the NECC and to 12-5 overall with a 4-1 victory at Prairie Heights Tuesday in varsity softball action.
Korey Kendall’s two-run homer in the bottom of the seventh inning gave West Noble a 7-5 NECC baseball triumph over visiting Lakeland Tuesday night.
Westview edged Hamilton, 4-3 in NECC softball Tuesday night in Emma.
Angola handled Prairie Heights, 7-1 in NECC baseball Tuesday night.
In a battle for first place in the NECC girls tennis standings, Fairfield prevailed over Westview, 5-0 last Thursday night in Emma.
West Noble nudged Westview, 2-1 in consolation action in the NECC softball tournament last Thursday in Emma.
Prairie Heights beat NECC baseball foes West Noble and Hamilton over the weekend to improve its overall record to 9-4.
Mitch Van Zuilen had four hits, including a pair of doubles, and knocked in four runs in sparking Fremont to a 13-4 varsity baseball win over Lakeland last Thursday.
West Noble forged a 4-1 NECC girls tennis victory over host Prairie Heights last Thursday.
Prairie Heights and Lakeland punched their tickets to the semifinals of the 2012 NECC softball tournament with triumphs Tuesday evening.
All three LaGrange County entries in the 2012 NECC baseball tournament were sidelined this week.
Fairfield and Angola each forged NECC boys golf wins over Westview Tuesday evening at Heron Creek Golf Course in LaGrange.
Lakeland dropped NECC girls track decisions to both Central Noble (77-41) and Fremont (81-40) Tuesday afternoon in LaGrange.
The Prairie Heights Board of Education approved Vincent E. Royer to be the next head coach of the Prairie Heights football team in a meeting held this past Monday morning.