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Knights 'C' team wins, JV falls

Friday, April 30, 2004

The junior varsity baseball team lost a wild 16-12 decision to visiting Terre Haute South on Thursday night.

The Braves scored six runs in the top of the seventh inning and held off a three run rally by the Knights in the bottom of the inning. Codey Jones and Michael Medearis reached base in the inning before a Graig Bass fly ball brought home both runners when the ball dropped between fielders.

John Reberger then reached base before Nick Wells reached first despite striking out when the ball got past the catcher. Brian Walden then reached when he was hit by a pitch, but Bobby Woods got a strikeout to end the game.


Northview 'C' team

The Northview 'C' baseball team's offense exploded on Wednesday night for a pair of lopsided wins over South Vermillion.

The Knights won 21-8 in the first game and added a second 11-6 victory in the nightcap to advance to 7-3 on the season.

Matt Deakins paced the Knights with 10 RBIs in the two games and a total of six hits, including a double and a homerun in the first game. Teammate Jordan Myers contributed four hits in the opening game with three RBIs and another two hits with two runs driven in for the second contest.

The hit parade continued with Jordan Pond adding four hits, three RBIs, two doubles and a triple in game one and two hits and another two RBIs in game two. Jared Lumsdom had two hits in each game with a double and two RBIs in the first game while Travis Nodley had four RBIs in the doubleheader with four hits and a double.

Sean Brackney had the second homerun of the doubleheader for the Knights in the second game as part of a four hit night with three RBIs and Jordan Starr chipped in with four hits and J.J. Smerdel added an RBI in the second game and got the pitching win with seven strikeouts and Alex Smith added an RBI in game one.

The Knights will travel to West Vigo on Monday night for a JV/C team doubleheader.



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