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Colin Lutz throws eight strikeouts in Mishawaka 9-10 Baseball win over Middlebury

Major Baseball semifinals are at 6 p.m. Friday, July 11, at Middlebury and Osolo. 

Posted on July 10, 2014 at 7:02 p.m.

Pitcher Colin Lutz threw eight strikeouts for Mishawaka, defeating Middlebury 11-4 Wednesday, July 9, in District 14 Little League All-Stars 9-10 Baseball.

Warsaw’s Nick Marsh had four hits in Junior Baseball, including one triple.

Skylar Hartpence threw five strikeouts in Junior Softball as part of Concord’s 9-4 victory over Middlebury.

The semifinals for Major Baseball are at 6 p.m. Friday, July 11. Cleveland is scheduled to play at Osolo and Baugo is set to play Warsaw at Middlebury.

District 14 Little League All-Stars

July 9

Junior Baseball

Game 4: Warsaw 28, Mishawaka 17. WP — Drew Hartman. LP — Braedyn Dickerson. Warsaw: Hits — Nick Marsh 4, Jacob Rios 4, Jacob Lucas 3, Dalton Smoker 3, Jacob Meulink 3, Hartman 2, Austin Hollowell 2, Brenden Perry 2, Hugo Bauitsa 2. 2B — Smoker. 3B — Marsh.

Game 5: Osolo 14, Baugo 7. WP — Dominick Hibshman. LP — Mikah Mora. Osolo: Hits — Adam Moon 3.

Game 6: Goshen 16, Middlebury 3. WP — Joey Peebles (3 strikeouts). LP — Cole Fergison. Goshen: Hits — Robby Reigsecker 4, Austin Bontrager 3, Peebles 2, Reyton Cripe 2. 2B — Reigsecker 2. Middlebury: 2B — Fergison.

Major Baseball

Game 13: Warsaw 21, Mishawaka 13. WP — Luke Adamiec (4 strikeouts). LP — Ryan Pecaccini. Warsaw: Hits — Zack Weaver 3, Brock Poe 3, Chandler Farmer 2. 2B — Weaver 2, Farmer 2. 3B — Weaver, Poe. Mishawaka: Hits — Nathan Pitts 2, Mason Powlowski 2, Austin Hamilton 2. 2B — Pitts.

Game 14: Goshen 5, Baugo 1. WP — Davelyn Sandford (4 strikeouts). LP — Bill Pawlak (2 strikeouts). Goshen: Hits — Braxton Kincaid 2. 2B — Kincaid.

9-10 Baseball

Game 5: Goshen No. 2 12, Baugo 5. WP — Jake Turner (4 strikeouts). LP — Kyle Clements (3 strikeouts). Goshen: Hits — Adam Whitehead 2, Mason Pinarski 2. Baugo: Hits — Zack Reeves 2, Jonah Greiner 2.

Game 6: Mishawaka 11, Middlebury 4. WP — Collin Lutz (8 strikeouts). LP — Drew Stahly (4 strikeouts). Mishawaka: Hits — Hayden Clayes 2. Middlebury: 2B — Logan Miller.

Game 7: Osolo 12, Cleveland 8. WP — James Berry. LP — Isaiyah Swartz. Osolo: Hits — Donovan Karbalaeali 2, Berry 2. 3B — Karbalaeali. Cleveland: Hits — Wolfgang Alwine 2, Reese Butts 2, Swartz 2. 2B — Henri Cornell. 3B — Swartz.

Game 8: Concord 12, Warsaw 2. WP — Mitchell Whitehead. LP — Zach Wood. Concord: Hits — Samuel West 2, Whitehead 2, Dominic Starrett 2.

Next: Cleveland at Osolo and Baugo vs. Warsaw at Middlebury in semifinals 6 p.m. Friday, July 11.

Junior Softball

Game 1: Concord 9, Middlebury 4. WP — Skyler Hartpence (5 strikeouts). LP — Grace Beard. Concord: Hits — Riley Krunk 2, Alexis Carney 2. 2B — Carney 2, Sydni Moore. Middlebury: 2B — Grace Beard.




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