Prairie Heights pounded out 13 hits and drew 11 walks en route to a 21-7 varsity softball triumph at Fort Wayne North Monday.
Westview hung on to tip Elkhart Christian, 5-4 and blasted NECC foe West Noble, 13-1 in varsity baseball action this week.
Westview blanked Fremont, 7-0 and trimmed West Noble, 7-4 in NECC softball action earlier this week.
Lakeland upped its NECC softball record to 2-1 Tuesday with an 8-3 victory over host Churubusco.
Central Noble pulled out a 3-2 NECC girls tennis win over visiting Lakeland Wednesday night.
Churubusco handled Lakeland, 10-2 in NECC baseball play Tuesday night in Turtle Town.
Prairie Heights smashed 14 hits and pitchers Jacob Heller and Tanner Perkins combined to toss a four-hitter, as the Panthers rocked Central Noble, 15-1 in NECC baseball Tuesday.
Fairfield nudged Westview, 71-61 in NECC girls track action Tuesday evening in Benton.
A day after clipping Lakeland, the Westview girls tennis team completed a sweep of its LaGrange County foes Wednesday afternoon in Emma by handling Prairie Heights, 5-0.
A trio of three-set victories helped Westview secure a 5-0 girls tennis triumph at Lakeland Tuesday evening.
Led by medalist Brandon Norris, Churubusco swept a NECC boys golf triangular match from Lakeland and West Noble Tuesday afternoon at Heron Creek Golf Course in LaGrange.
Goshen dealt the Lakeland boys track team a 73-59 setback Tuesday night.
Marie and Bill Dwight
To the Editor:
Kathryn A. Yoder, 50, of Howe, died Tuesday, April 22, 2014 at her residence.
Mrs. Yoder was born on June 7, 1963, in Elkhart, IN to Arden and Avis (Cole) Lehman.
Arlo Hugh Casselman, Jr. 59, of Topeka died Sunday, April 20, 2014, in Indiana University Health Goshen Hospital in Goshen.
Mary E. Strawser, 83, of Wolcottville died Monday, April 21, 2014, in her residence.
She was a lifetime area resident.
Come have fun at Trivia Night on Saturday, May 17 at LaGrange American Legion.
Last Saturday, the Topeka East Park was busy with loads of games and prizes for all ages.
While playing games the kids hugged and took pictures with the Easter Bunny.
Jeremy Miller of Shipshewana, was honored by the Omega Psi chapter of Kappa Delta Pi at Huntington University during a special ceremony on April 16.