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Broady's bat powers team to win, golf squad victorious

Wednesday, May 21, 2003

The Northview baseball team improved to 17-5 overall this season with an important 18-3 conference win over Edgewood on Tuesday evening.

The Knights showed off their power with a total four homeruns in the game.

Tyler Broady did much of the Northview damage at the plate with a huge nine RBI evening for the Knights. That total came off of a three-run homerun to go with a grandslam shot and another two-run single.

Jacob Jones and Justin Wilson also hit homeruns as the Knights moved to 8-3 overall in the WIC.

David Kingery got the start on the mound, going three innings and allowing three earned runs while striking out three. He was relieved by Michael Stuckey who pitched two innings of hitless relief, striking out two.

Kingery scored two runs and added two RBI's at the plate while T.J. King added two hits and three runs scored. Andrew Griffin scored three runs and had a pair of hits and Brady Shoemaker had two RBI's and three runs scored.

The Knights return home this evening for the second game of the Edgewood series that finished their conference schedule. The game is slated for 6 p.m.

Northview(12)5005-- 18141
Edgewood21000-- 342

HR -- Northview 4 (Broady 2, Wilson, Jones).

WP -- Kingery


Northview Golf

Northview 158, South Vermillion 162

The Northview Knights added a conference road victory on Tuesday evening, 158-162 over the South Vermillion Wildcats.

The Knights actually trailed by one stroke after the first four players finished their rounds, but No. 5 golfer Caleb Edington came through in a big way. His score of 39 was a deciding factor as the Knights got their third win of the year.

Jared Freeman scored a 38 to lead the Knights, just ahead of teammate Austin Staley's 40, Tyler Akers 41 and Eric Trusler's 42. Kyle Kumpf added a 43 to round out the Knights' scoring.

The Knights also won the junior varsity match. Northview recorded a 156-196 score to down the Wildcats.

Devin Whittington scored a 38 and Austin Schutte recorded a 39 to top the Knights.

Adam Thiemann had a 40 just behind Roy Wyndham's 39. Evan McCoy carded a 48.

The Knights will face Sullivan on the road this Thursday.



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