The Greenfield-Central softball team took two from host Warren Central Saturday, sweeping the Warriors 7-0 and 10-5.
In the opener, Darcie Huber tossed a complete game two-hitter with seven strikeouts for G-C (5-1). Erika Knapp and Codey Miller had two hits apiece.
In Game 2, Michaela Ballman earned her first varsity win by going the distance and allowing three earned runs. Ballman also had two hits and two RBI.
Makaela Gradkowski was 2-for-4 with a double and two RBI.
New Palestine 7, Roncalli 5
The host Dragons downed Class 4A No. 2 Roncalli Monday evening. The game was called after five innings at Roncalli’s request.
Kaylin McMurray earned the win for NP (3-1), improving to 2-1. Elisha Barker got the save.
Offensively, Adie Lorsung had a grand slam and Abby O’Connor was 2-for-3 with two doubles.
Mt. Vernon, Lutheran split
Mt. Vernon (1-2) lost 6-1 to visiting Lutheran in Game 1 Saturday before prevailing 6-0 in Game 2.
In Game 1, the Marauders gave up a run in the third, two more in the fourth and three in the fifth.
Sara Pridgen won Game 2 for MV. The Marauders scored three times in the second and third innings and finished with 13 hits.
EH splits with Shenandoah
Eastern Hancock split its doubleheader with visiting Shenandoah Saturday, taking Game 1 4-0 and falling 16-7 in Game 2.
The Royals (2-1) won the opener behind the arm of Austin Clutinger, who pitched seven shutout innings to earn his first win of the season. Clutinger allowed four hits, struck out five and walked one. He added a hit and an RBI.
In Game 2, EH was undone by eight errors. Cole Fout had two hits, a run and an RBI. David Johnson had two RBI.
New Palestine 9, Perry Meridian 8
The Dragons rallied from an eight-run deficit to beat visiting Perry Meridian Monday.
Justin Anderson threw six and two-thirds innings to earn the win on the mound for NP (3-3).
Zionsville 6, Mt. Vernon 0
The Marauders fell to 1-3.
Statistics were not available for Mt. Vernon.
Dragons 11th at Yorktown
New Palestine placed 11th out of 15 teams Saturday at the Yorktown Invitational.
Aric Kotarski was the low man for NP (364), firing an 81.
Brady Elliott had an 89, Grayden Martin a 91 and Matt Kreutzer a 103.
Pendleton Heights won the event with a 313.
“We played in very windy conditions and a wet course,” NP coach Gregg Greene said. “I thought overall we managed our shots well and averaged two putts or less over the entire 18 holes. The same group shot 400 a year ago which means we have improved 36 strokes since last season and expect greater improvement as the season develops.”
New Palestine 4, New Castle 1
The Dragons opened their season with an away victory.
Nicole Beaty and Emily Kiefer were singles winners for NP. Kara Miller/Kylar Litteral and Lauren Hardebeck/Alana Henry swept the doubles.