Journal and Courier from Lafayette, Indiana (2024)

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were a couple of times where the momentum and a call gone our way but they and the momen- tum got to McCutcheon coach Kelsey Wides said. think that was what happened when they scored those two runs in that inning. obvi- ously not how we want our game to start, had a few hard hits right to people and if those were a little bit that could change the trajectory of the game as Harrison (19-4), with arm and timely hits, was able to outlast a much improved McCutcheon (14-11) squad that returns eight seniors led by Beutel and Peckinpaugh returning for her ju- nior year. think our program projected out over the next year or two with being such a young group that has started to- gether a long time and has started to- gether this year and last Wides said. Gick never found herself in trouble and tossed 10 strikeouts with one walk.

With a lineup full of future Division I starters like Parker (DePaul) and Ava Mobley (Bradley) and Division II start- ers like Gick (Purdue Northwest), the Raiders are shining their bats and wax- ing their gloves for another deep state run. Lafayette Jeff touts future Lafayette fell in the sectional to Logansport, 9-3, but the Bronchos are another young program whose outcome could be much in 2025. Sophom*ore catcher Rilee Clifton emerged as one of the top catch- ers in the Lafayette area alongside freshman shortstop and hitter Cambria Marcus. Clifton led the team with a .441 aver- age and six home runs while Marcus brought stability to an defense that has shown marked improvement. has the potential to become the greatest catcher ever Lafayette skipper Brian Knipp said.

starting to introduce small ball concepts that will become part of the team culture next Softball Continued from Page 1B (All times Eastern) Thursday, May 23 Hockey National Hockey League 8:30 p.m. Edmonton at Dallas Basketball National Basketball Assoc. 8 p.m. ESPN Indiana at Boston WNBA 7 p.m. AMZN Chicago at N.Y.

Liberty 10 p.m. AMZN Washington at Phoenix Baseball Major League Baseball 12:35 p.m. MLBN Seattle at N.Y. Yankees MLBN San Francisco at Pittsburgh 1:10 p.m. San Diego at Cincinnati 2:20 p.m.

MLBN Atlanta at Chicago Cubs 3:37 p.m. MLBN Colorado at Oakland 6:40 p.m. MLBN Toronto at Detroit 7:40 p.m. MLBN Baltimore at Chicago White Sox SPORTS ON TV Harrison Rylan Gick (20) pitches during the IHSAA sectional softball game against the McCutcheon Mavericks on Tuesday at Kokomo High School in Kokomo. Harrison won 3-0.


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