The offense came alive for Bluffton Thursday evening at Berne, as the Tigers pounded South Adams’ pitching for 25 hits in a 23-12 Allen County Athletic...
Makayla Tipton homered, doubled and knocked in four runs to help the Norwell Knights win game one of a doubleheader split Saturday afternoon against the...
After a rain-soaked week, the Norwell Knights and Southern Wells Raiders were able to meet on the softball diamond Saturday morning at Southern Wells. For the...
A last-inning rally by the Bluffton Tigers’ softball team came up short, and the Eastbrook Panthers left Bluffton with an 8-5 victory Tuesday evening.
Three members of the Class 3A sectional champion Norwell girls’ softball team received first-team honors in the Northeast Hoosier Conference coaches’ all-conference voting.
After winning their fifth girls’ softball sectional last Saturday, the Norwell Knights had built up a head of steam and were ready for their first regional...
Click here to watch a video highlight of Norwell’s softball regional championship game against Yorktown.
This statement summarizes Saturday’s IHSAA softball sectional championship game: Norwell’s Mackenzie Sawyer, who bats second in the Knights’ lineup, made...
Click here to watch a slide show of se=cenes from Norwell’s softball sectional victory May 31, 2014.
The Norwell Knights got a huge pitching performance from Tiffany Williams Thursday evening.
BUTLER — The Bluffton Tigers’ softball team saw its season come to an end Tuesday night in the Class 2A Sectional 36 at Eastside High School, falling to the No. 1-ranked Lakewood Park Christian Panthers 8-0.
When the going got tough, Norwell got going.
GASTON — Southern Wells’ first-year head coach Kelly Plank summed up the Raiders’ softball season with one phrase: “That one bad inning.”
The Norwell Knights pulled away to beat the Bluffton Tigers 14-5 in a Wells County high school girls’ softball showdown Wednesday evening at Norwell.
Click here to watch a video of the Bluffton-Southern Wells softball game on Tuesday, May 20, 2014
Out-hitting the visiting Southern Wells Raiders, the Bluffton Tigers pulled away to post a 19-9 victory over their Wells County girls’ softball rivals in a non-conference game Tuesday at Bluffton.
A seventh-inning grand slam home run by Bluffton freshman Emily Miller in the bottom of the seventh inning gave the Tigers a split Saturday in their home softball doubleheader against the New Haven Bulldogs.
An early two-run lead did not hold up for the Bluffton Tigers Thursday evening, as the Class 3A fourth-ranked Leo Lions used two five-run innings to record a 12-6 victory at Leo-Cedarville.
Attending Manchester University next fall
Sawyer, Herndon help lead Norwell’s offensive attack