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Prep Report: Golden Bears produce chilly 16-6 win over Greenwood

Class 4A, No. 8 Shelbyville played visitor on its home field Monday.

Due to inclement weather, the Golden Bears’ scheduled game at Greenwood was moved to Shelbyville and played under frigid conditions (wind chill of 35 degrees at first pitch).

Shelbyville scored five runs in the top of the first and seven more in the third to cruise to a 16-6 victory over the Woodmen (4-3).

Aliyah Lewis (1-0) collected her first varsity win in the circle, allowing nine hits, one walk while striking out three. Only four of Greenwood’s six runs were earned in the five-inning game.

Karissa Hamilton went 2-for-4 with a double and home run to lead Shelbyville’s offensive attack. The senior scored three runs and drove in two to push her RBI total to 14 this season.

Addie Stieneker finished 3-for-4 with three runs scored and her team-leading 15th RBI. The freshman is hitting .545 this season.

Brooke Lipperd had two hits, including a double, and drove in two runs. Caitlyn Richardson also had two hits and three RBIs.

Taylor Dick (2-2) took the loss for Greenwood. The right-hander allowed 12 hits and four walks while striking out five. Of the 16 runs allowed only six were earned courtesy of five Greenwood errors.

Shelbyville (7-2) is back in action today against Connersville (6-1).

Here is a look at other prep events:



Boys Golf

Edinburgh 188, Hauser 205, Waldron 238

At Timbergate Golf Course Monday, Edinburgh’s Max Blandford shot 4-over-par 40 to lead the Lancers to the win on a cold, blustery night in Edinburgh.

Lucas Shaw led Waldron with a 49. Cole Jones (62), Josh Kellums (63) and Matthew Thomas (64) completed the Mohawks’ scorecard. Andy Lacy shot 70.

Waldron is at Trinity Lutheran today.




Triton Central 10, Ritter 7

In an Indiana Crossroads Conference doubleheader Saturday, Aaron Shircliff, Cole Thomas and Matthew Shircliff each went 3-for-4 to lead Triton Central to its first win of the season.

Aaron Shircliff delivered two doubles and drove in two runs. Matthew Shircliff had three RBIs. Quintin Potts drove in two runs on two hits.

Triton Central scored four times in the top of the first inning and never trailed. A four-run fifth inning opened the lead to 9-2. Ritter scored four runs in the bottom of the fifth but got no closer than three runs.

Bryce Haney, Aaron Shircliff and Trevor Couch combined to limit the Raiders to three hits but walked nine. Each hurler had five strikeouts.

Triton Central 4, Ritter 2

In game two, the Tigers (2-4, 2-1 ICC) scored four runs in the fourth inning which allowed freshman Hayden May to pick up his first varsity win.

May pitched five innings, allowed two hits and three walks while striking out 11. Jayden Mays worked the final two innings to earn the save.

Five different Tigers had base hits and six walks helped take down the Raiders (0-6, 0-4 ICC).

Triton Central hosts Beech Grove today.