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Prep Report: Shelbyville freshman twirls no-hitter at Southwestern

Shelbyville freshman Gavyn Fisher made his first varsity win a memorable one.

Fisher tossed a five-inning no-hitter Saturday at Southwestern in the Golden Bears’ 20-0 win. He did not walk a batter and recorded four strikeouts.

Asher Balting, Luke Jackson, Caden Tackett and Dalton Jones each had three hits for Shelbyville (6-5).

Tackett went 3-for-3 with two runs scored and four RBIs. Jones went 3-for-5 with three runs scored and two RBIs.

Balting, Brayden Basey and Brock Kuhn also had two RBIs apiece at Southwestern (3-6).

Shelbyville hosts Franklin Central (1-7) today. Southwestern travels to Brown County (0-5) Tuesday.

In other prep events:




Hauser 8, Waldron 6

At Waldron Friday, Eli Miller scored two runs, drove in two runs and went the distance on the mound to improve Hauser to 7-5 this season and 5-0 in Mid-Hoosier Conference games.

Miller allowed five hits, walked two and struck out 12 Mohawks to earn the win.

Caleb Walker and Sam Miller each had two hits in the win for the Jets.

Eli Sheppard and Jacob Bennett combined to allow 10 hits and four walks. Of the Jets’ eight runs, only three were earned.

Bennett went 2-for-4 at the plate with four RBIs. Bryce Yarling went 2-for-4 with three runs scored.



Triton Central 12, Eastern Hancock 7

At Eastern Hancock Saturday, Triton Central freshman Bryce Haney scattered eight hits over seven innings and struck out 10 to lead the visiting Tigers to a game-one victory.

Haney helped himself at the plate with two RBIs. Cole Thomas also drove in two.

Avrum Rund and Quintin Potts each had two hits and combined to score five runs.

Triton Central built a 7-4 lead after three innings and added three more runs in the top of the fifth to roll to the victory.

Triton Central 11, Eastern Hancock 10

In game two, Triton Central scored all 11 runs in the final two innings to secure the sweep.

The Tigers (5-5) trailed 5-0 going to the top of the sixth inning and scored eight runs to take the lead for good.

Rund, Trevor Couch, Aaron Shircliff and Hayden May each had two hits to lead TC. Shircliff drove in three runs while Rund and Avynn Whitaker had two RBIs apiece.

Wyatt Sutton led the Royals (2-10) with a 3-for-5 performance where he scored three runs and had two RBIs.

Triton Central is at Morristown today.



Morristown 3, Southwestern 0

In game one of a MHC doubleheader Friday in Morristown, Grant Kessler (photo) limited the visiting Spartans to six hits and no runs while striking out 15 to improve to 3-0 this season.

Kessler and Bryce Bryant each had two hits to lead the Yellow Jackets. Kessler also had two RBIs.



Southwestern 5, Morristown 3

In game two, Bryant gave the Yellow Jackets a chance to win with a solid start on the mound. The sophomore allowed five hits and five walks while striking out eight.

Morristown (4-4, 2-2 MHC) managed just two hits and three walks off the Southwestern pitching staff.

The Spartans improved to 3-3 in the MHC standings this season.



Boys Golf

Shelbyville 175, Greensburg 187

At Blue Bear Golf Course in Shelbyville Friday, Greensburg’s Parker Phillips was the medalist with the low round of 41 but four Golden Bears finished within three strokes of each other to win the match.

Brock Wischmeyer led Shelbyville with a 42. He was followed by Nolan Chaney and Jake Garrison each shooting 44 and Eli Baker posting 45.

For Greensburg, Abe Tebbe shot 46. Colten Schroeder followed at 49 and Brant Acra finished at 51.



Southwestern 190, Triton Central 201

At Timbergate Golf Course Friday, Oliver Gearlds shot 40 to earn the medalist honor for Triton Central but the Spartans collected the team win with a balanced performance.

Justin Swift shot 46 and was joined on Southwestern’s winning scorecard by Ty Burcham (47), Hunter Pappano (47) and Caleb Pappano (50).

Chase Chandler shot 48 for TC. Derreck Uhls carded 52 while Max Ray finished at 61.




Shelbyville 11, Columbus East 2

At Columbus East Friday, Karissa Hamilton delivered a home run and Kylee Edwards drove in three runs to lead the Golden Bears (9-3).

Hamilton had two hits, scored two runs and added two RBIs. Edwards went 3-for-4 with three RBIs.

Brooke Lipperd went 1-for-3 and drove in two runs.

Aliyah Lewis earned the win in the circle, scattering five hits while striking out three. Addison Stieneker pitched a scoreless seventh inning to secure the win.

Shelbyville hosts New Palestine (9-0-1) Thursday.



Hauser 8, Triton Central 1

At Hauser Friday, the visiting Tigers managed just three hits off Paige McDaniel and Kaydence Gates to fall to 2-4 this season.

Kyra Meister, Lucie Asher and Hannah Taylor each drove in two runs to lead Hauser (7-2).

Brylie Couch took the loss for TC, allowing 11 hits and eight runs while striking out five.



Morristown 21, Riverside 0

At Morristown Friday, Kristen Whitney (photo) allowed one hit and struck out nine to lead the Yellow Jackets (5-2) to the win.

Whitney also had three hits and drove in four runs.

Kaylin Waltz finished 3-for-4 with two RBIs. Delaney Cornn had four hits and five RBIs.



Girls Tennis

Shelbyville Invitational

Triton Central finished 1-2 Saturday with its lone win coming over the host Golden Bears.

Olivia Martin and Courtney Washburn earned singles wins and Triton Central’s No. 1 doubles team of Kelsey McGuire and Alyssa Wheatley defeated Shelbyville’s Karlie Lawson and Renee Aldridge, 6-3, 6-1 to secure a 3-2 victory.

Martin defeated Emma Sandman at No. 2 singles, 6-4, 7-5. Washburn bested Ella Connolly, 6-3, 7-6 (5) at No. 3 singles.

Shelbyville’s Jaidyn Tackett topped Triton Central’s Lelia Chougule at No. 1 singles, 6-0, 6-0.

The No. 2 doubles pairing of Sydney Baker and Riley Lee defeated Sarah Williams and Kaylynn Washburn, 1-6, 7-6 (4), 12-10.

Franklin County defeated Triton Central, 5-0. At No. 1 singles, FC’s Kacie Williams outlasted Chougule, 6-1, 2-6, 11-9.

Seymour also topped Triton Central, 5-0.

The Golden Bears followed up its loss to Triton Central with a 5-0 loss to Seymour. They rebounded to defeated Franklin County, 4-1.

Tackett and Sandman produced singles victories against the Wildcats while the doubles combinations of Karlie Lawson/Ava Mummert and Riley Lee/Sydney Baker needed three sets to win both their matches.



Triton Central 4, Southwestern 1

At Southwestern Friday, the host Spartans’ lone victory came at No. 2 doubles where McKinley Correll and Faith Kelley defeated Sarah Williams and Kaylynn Washburn, 6-1, 6-0.

Triton Central swept the singles matches in straight sets with Lelia Chougule, Olivia Martin and Courtney Washburn collecting wins over Lauryn Blondell, Ella Rice and Makinze Belton, respectively.

At No. 1 doubles, TC’s Kelsey McGuire and Alyssa Wheatley topped Kyla Robertson and Brooklyn Schneider, 6-2, 6-0.



Edinburgh 3, Waldron 2

At Waldron Friday, the host Mohawks won both doubles matches but the Lancers swept the singles contests to secure the team victory.

Mackenzie Shaw and Megan Bogemann defeated Edinburgh’s Alyssa Funkhouser and Peyton Bryant, 6-2, 6-0 at No. 1 doubles.

Audrey Hogg and Emily Tyree needed three sets to defeat Gracie Meyer and Zoey Seta, 6-1, 3-6, 6-2 at No. 2 doubles.

Nichole Garner suffered her first loss this season at No. 1 singles. Bethany Burton was victorious over Garner, 6-1, 6-4.

Jessica Walsh topped Josee Larrison at No. 2 singles, 6-0, 6-4.

And Jillian Turner accepted a forfeit at No. 3 singles for Edinburgh.



Knightstown 3, Morristown 2

At Knightstown Friday, Morristown got victories from Mckinley Kile and Brianna Batton.

Kile defeated Shayla Pruitt, 6-4, 7-6 (1) at No. 2 singles. Batton bested Millie Koehler, 6-0, 6-1 at No. 3 singles.

At No. 1 singles, Lucy Ahrendt defeated Morristown’s Sarah Essex, 6-0, 6-1.

At No. 1 doubles, Jacey Hollars and Becca Waggoner defeated Brianna Flores and Liz Creek, 6-0, 6-0.

Morristown’s forfeited the No. 2 doubles match.



Pendleton Heights 4, Shelbyville 1

At Pendleton Heights Friday, Shelbyville’s only match win came from Emma Sandman at No. 2 singles. She was victorious 6-4, 6-4.



Boys Track

Edinburgh Relays

At Edinburgh Friday, Southwestern finished third in the six-team field trailing South Decatur and Hauser in the team standings.

Dane Kissell won the 1,600 meters and helped two relay teams to first-place finishes.

Kissell ran with Ryan Griffin, Carter Snepp and Koty Claibourne to win the distance medley relay and the 3,200 relay.



Rushville 98, Waldron 19

At Rushville Thursday, Braylon Williams (photo) produced Waldron’s only event wins.

Williams took first place in the shot put (45 feet) and discus (95-3). He also was runner-up in the 200 (24.45).

Also producing second-place points for Waldron were Ethan Richardson (11.92 in 100) and the 400 relay and 1,600 relay teams.



Girls Track

Edinburgh Relays

At Edinburgh Friday, Southwestern won six events to finish runner-up to South Decatur in the team standings.

Alison Muck had four first-place wins on the night. She teamed with Lilly Rooks to win the high jump and was first across the finish line in the 100 meters.

She teamed with Rooks, Mikayla Claiborne and Emma Estes to win the 400 relay. Muck, Rooks and Estes were joined by Libby Weinantz to win the 800 relay.



Rushville 99, Waldron 32

At Rushville Thursday, Cheyenne Lozier won the high jump (4-8) and 200 (28.69) for Waldron.

Hadlie Ross also secured first-place points in the 800 (2:39.5).