Connor Swain threw New Palestine’s second no-hitter of the season Monday, blanking common sectional foe Brebeuf over five innings in the Dragons’ 11-0 victory.
Swain walked four and struck out four. NP (17-8) got a combined no-hitter from Evan Vance and Cameron Clark vs. New Castle on April 18.
Swain also had two hits, drove in a pair and scored three runs to guide a 10-hit Dragon attack.
Evan Hickman had two hits and had four RBI. Clark had two knocks, scored twice and drove in a run. Jason Hall-Manley had two RBI.
Mt. Vernon 8, Chatard 2
The Marauders improved to 10-10 Monday, getting two hits and two RBI from Wyatt Vestal and a strong pitching performance from Nathanael Lash.
Lash went three and 2/3 innings, allowing no runs and striking out four.
Alex McMillan had two hits and scored two runs for Mt. Vernon. Noah Powell drove in a pair of runners. Christian Smith had a hit, scored a run and swiped two bases.
New Palestine 3, Greenwood 2
Kaylin McMurray threw five innings of two-run, five-hit ball Monday to garner the victory for the Class 4A No. 5 Dragons.
Issy Hoyt had two hits for NP, which overcame three errors defensively. Abby O’Connor and Madison Whitaker had RBIs.
New Palestine 11, Indian Creek 1
The Dragons moved to 21-3 Tuesday, prevailing in five innings.
Hoyt had a double, a triple and three RBI. Markie Wood had two hits and two RBI. Tara Morey had two hits and two RBI.
McMurray and Elisha Barker combined to shut down IC on the mound.
Mt. Vernon 9, Anderson 8
Rachel Davis was 3-for-4 with a home run and four RBI for the Marauders Monday.
Mikala Poe had a home run.
Pendleton Heights 141, Greenfield-Central 151
The Cougars put forth their season-low score Tuesday.
Adam Casto (36), Jake Kauth (36), Max Holtzclaw (39) and Connor Pence (40) scored for G-C.