The Crawfordsville baseball team kept its hot streak alive with a 14-0 win over Park Tudor Saturday morning.
Austin Warren had a big day with three hits, three RBIs and three runs. Josh Blackburn chipped in with a pair of hit, three RBIs and two runs. Carson Scott also had a three-hit day with three runs and a ribbie.
Will KellermanCam Saunders, Cale McCarty and Jake Decker each had a hit. Kellerman, Scott, Saunders, Decker and Zach Fitcher each drove in a run.
Decker and Kellerman were dominant on the mound. Decker took the win with 3.2 innings and three strikeouts. Kellerman was perfect over two innings, fanning one.
Crawfordsville (19-3) is at home against North Montgomery tonight.

Chargers get SAC win
The North Montgomery baseball team picked up its first Sagamore Athletic Conference win of the season Saturday at home against Western Boone, 8-5.
Kai Warren, Owen Gregg and Jakob Kirsch each had two hits for the Chargers. Kade Kobel, Jacob Braun, Seth Johnson and Alec Asbury each hit safely. Warren, Gregg, Johnson and Kirsch each had an RBI.
Warren went four innings on the mound, allowing just one hit and one earned run while fanning two. Verduin earned the win with 1.1 innings of 2-hit ball. He didn’t allow an earned run. Kobel closed things out with a perfect inning.
The Chargers also picked up a win over Clinton Central Saturday, 8-2.
Warren, Kobel and Jacob Ritter each had a hit. Kobel and Seth Johnson had two RBIs each.
Chase Meadows went the distance in the shortened game to take the win.
North Montgomery (7-14, 1-10 SAC) is at Crawfordsville tonight.

Mounties split
The Southmont and Westfield softball teams split a doubleheader Saturday. Westfield won the first game 10-2 while the Mounties took game two 10-6.
In the first game, Paige Knowling and Claire Remley each had two hits. Kaylea Newgent, Hanna Nichols and Marissa Craig each hit safely. Macie Shirk had Southmont’s lone RBI.
The Mountie offense got going in the second game. Logan Berrisford had three hits while Knowling added two more hits, two RBIs and two runs. Berrisford drove in three runs. Natalie Manion tallied a pair of RBIs. Remley, Shirk and Hannah Thompson each had an RBI. Taylor Grino added a hit.
Knowling got the win, striking out two over the complete game. She allowed just three earned runs.
Southmont (10-10) is at home tonight against Lebanon.

Chargers fall short
The North Montgomery softball team was defeated in Sagamore Athletic Conference action Saturday at home against Danville, 17-1.
Olivia Scott and Kenzie Swank had the hits for the Chargers.
North Montgomery (0-16) is at Crawfordsville tonight.

C’ville girls defeated
The Crawfordsville softball team jumped out to a 5-2 lead after two innings, but it wasn’t enough as North White stormed back Saturday for the 12-7 win.
Olivia Barnett had a huge day with five hits, two RBIs and three runs. Lauren Kellerman added two hits, as did Isabel Viveros and Addie Laskowski. Maddie Utterback, Olivia Reed and Sierra Hutchison each had a hit. Utterback drove in two runs and Laskowski added a ribbie.
Crawfordsville (7-15) is at home tonight against North Montgomery.