The Blazers, coached by Aaron Willard, are coming off the program’s fourth sectional crown and its first since 2011.
They’ll face no. 2 Indianapolis Cathedral (17-1) in the quarterfinals at 3 p.m. Friday at Center Grove High School.
Homestead scored four runs in the bottom of the first and never looked back, knocking off 4A no. 11 Leo 11-7 to bring home the program’s second regional championship.
Wawasee moves to to semi-state where they will face South Bend St. Joseph at 1 p.m. Saturday at Twin Lakes.
3A no. 7 Bellmont bested Tipton 6-2 on Tuesday to bring home a regional softball crown, the seventh in school history but first since 2009.
Kennedy Krull broke a scoreless tie in the top of the fifth with a solo shot over the fence in center field.
For the second year in a row South Adams has earned a 2A regional title on the softball diamond as 2A no. 3 South Adams bested 2A no. 5 Bremen 5-3 Tuesday night in Berne.
Snider earned three close victories over Northrop, East Noble and DeKalb to clinch the sectional title and we are proud to honor the Snider baseball team as the Optimum Performance Sports Team of the Week.
A pair of South Side seniors put pen to paper on Tuesday as Quantesse Book and KiMaya Houston signed letters of intent.
Snider basketball player Makena Hurse inked her letter of intent with Anderson University on Tuesday.
Busco’s Jalen Paul (Trine) and Dakota Barkley (Defiance College) signed their letters of intent on Tuesday.
Garrett Schoenle, a 6-foot-4, 190-pound senior left-handed pitcher and first baseman, is the first Gatorade Indiana Baseball Player of the Year to be chosen from Northrop High School.
South Adams beat Adams Central 8-1 in the semifinals while Woodlan edged Churubusco 2-1 in the other semi, resulting in a championship game that saw the Starfires top the Warriors 3-0 in a busy day of 2A sectional baseball action at Canterbury High School.
Brad Berry scored on a passed ball in the first inning and a wild pitch in the fifth to lead Blackhawk.
Concordia moves on to face NorthWood at 1 p.m. Saturday at the Bellmont regional.
Huntington North held off rival Homestead 2-1 at Forest Glen Park on Monday night to bring home the program’s first sectional title since 2011.
The Panthers advance to face Zionsville at regionals on Saturday at 1 p.m. hosted by Lafayette Jefferson.
The Knights advance to face Yorktown on Saturday at 11 a.m. in regional action at Bellmont High School.
Homestead wins big, Huntington North uses a big first inning and Bishop Dwenger does just enough to advance in sectional baseball
Homestead’s Madisen Parker doubled in the 7th inning to walk-off with the sectional title over Huntington North, 4-3.