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Wild and tight wins spice Distrct 14 All-Star play.

All-Star play continues during tourney stretch.
Posted on July 10, 2013 at 1:00 a.m. | Updated on July 10, 2013 at 11:48 a.m.

Clint Whitman doubled twice and tripled once in addition to being the winning pitcher as Baugo outlasted Warsaw 15-13 in District 14 Little League All-Star junior baseball play on Tuesday, July 9.

The other two games scheduled in that division were rained out.

In major baseball, Osolo and Cleveland each survived one-run games, respectively beating Warsaw 11-10 and Goshen 7-6.

In senior softball, Destiny Bell pitched Osolo to an 11-1 win over Baugo, backing her own cause with a double and single.

The three-week stretch of games will determine who advances to state play in most divisions and sectional play in Junior and Senior Baseball.

District 14 Little League All-Stars

Senior Baseball

Game 5: Mishawaka 4, Goshen 2. WP — Bryce Blad. LP — Corbin Harrison.

Mishawaka: Hits — Cameron Rice 2.

Goshen: Hits — Aaron Scamehorn 2.

Game 6: Warsaw 19, Osolo 6. WP — Tyler Packard (6 strikeouts). LP — Garrett Medford.

Warsaw: Hits — Marselo Rodriguez 3, Packard 2, Sterling Hays 2, Colin Ogden 2. 2B — Hays, Ogden.

Osolo: Hits — Charlie Walton 4, Hunter Alexander 2, Raleigh Ball 2, Walter Griffin 2. 2B — Walton.

Junior Baseball

Game 10: Rained out.

Game 11: Rained out.

Game 12: Baugo 15, Warsaw 13. WP — Clint Whitman. LP — Derrick Backus.

Baugo: Hits — Whitman 3, Phil Gifford 2. HR — Gifford. 3B — Whitman. 2B —Whitman 2, Gifford.

Warsaw: Hits — Shane Powers 3, Bryce Sensibaugh 2. 2B — Powers.

Major Baseball

Game 9: Cleveland 7, Goshen 6. WP — Reagan Butts. LP — Diego Torres.

Cleveland: 2B — Dylan Pressler 2.

Goshen: Hits — Bryant Robinson 2. 2B — Robinson.

Game 10: Osolo 11, Warsaw 10. WP — Brooks Barnhizer. LP — Landen Ferber.

Osolo: Hits — Dane Friedan 4, Nick Perry 3, Drew Stimac 2, Freddy Buckingham 2, Connor Short 2. 3B — Perry. 2B — Braxton Barnhizer.

Warsaw: Hits — Kray Menzie 3, Mason Reber 2, Brendan Perry 2, Ferber 2, Matthew Shoemaker 2, Jacob Lucas 2. HR — Reber, Perry, Ferber. 2B — Menzie, Ferber, Lucas.

Game 11: Rained out.

Game 12: Mishawaka 10, Baugo 3. WP — Gavin Williams (10 strikeouts). LP — Dillon Heintzberger.

Mishawaka: Hits — Priston Martinez 2, Dylan Pierce 2. 2B — Pierce.

Baugo: Hits — Heintzberger 2, Tyler Norment 2. 3B — Heintzberger. 2B — Norment.

9-10 Baseball

Game 21: Cleveland 24, Baugo 8. WP — Kole Black. LP — Gavin Hall.

Cleveland: Hits — Drew Pressler 4, Black 3, Isaiyah Swartz 2. 3B — Edgar Ariviell, Black, Pressler. 2B — Jacob Marley.

Game 22: Warsaw No.1 11, Osolo 5. WP — Wes Curson. LP — Tyren Mason.

Game 23: (semifinal) Osolo vs. Goshen at Middlebury, July 11, 6 p.m.

Game 24: (semifinal) Concord vs. Warsaw at Osolo, July 11, 6 p.m.

Senior Softball

Game 2: Osolo 11, Baugo 1. WP — Destiny Bell. LP — Bryanna Vanderwerf.

Osolo: Hits — Bell 2, Audrey Garner 2, Gretchen Hurtle 2, Makaya Young 2. 2B — Bell.



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