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The Goshen RedHawks (9-13, 5-8 NLC) defeated Wawasee 2-1 on Tuesday night thanks to a masterful game on the mound from starting pitcher Kyan Miller. Miller pitched 8 innings, allowing only 1 unearned run and striking out 10 Warrior batters. Miller started the game with 3 strikeouts in the first inning and didn’t slow down from there. The game was scoreless until the 4th inning when Bryson Wilson reached on an error and then was driven in by Kyan Miller on a sacrifice fly to give the RedHawks a 1-0 lead. The score held there until there were 2 outs in the top of the 7th inning and Wawasee was down to their last out. They were able to single in a runner from second base to tie the game at 1. The game stayed tied until the bottom of the 8th inning. In the bottom of the 8th, Bryson Wilson got a 1 out single and advanced on an error to second base. He then moved to 3rd on a past ball. Braxton Cline was able to hit a single up the middle to walk off the game and give the RedHawks a 2-1 victory. Wilson, Cline, and Kaden Witty all recorded multiple hits on the evening to lead the RedHawk offense. They will wrap up NLC play tomorrow (Wednesday) night when they host Northwood for senior night. The 4 senior baseball players that will be reconginzed before the game will be Payton Bontrager, Damian Castillo, Jace Hershberger, and Caelan Miller. That game is set to begin at 5:30pm. ... See MoreSee Less
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Congratulations to Landry Schrock of Goshen. The Junior was selected to the first team all-conference in the NLC in girls Tennis. ... See MoreSee Less
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Goshen varsity and JV beat northwood but fell to Warsaw on Monday evening. Todd Kauffman, Myles McLaughlin and Kael Bestul led the way for varsity with 39s. Kendall Scott led the JV with a 40.Warsaw varsity 146Goshen varsity 159Northwood varsity 174Warsaw JV 174Goshen JV 186Northwood JV 187 ... See MoreSee Less
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Goshen Varsity Redhawks could not keep up with Wawasee with a score of 8-3 on Monday.The Redhawks opened the scoring in the first after Kaelyn Marcum doubled, scoring two runs.A single helped Wawasee Warriors Varsity tie the game at two in the bottom of the first.The Warriors took the lead in the bottom of the third. Evelyn Duncan hit a solo home run to left field, to give Wawasee Warriors Varsity the leg up, 3-2.Emily Diaz opened the game in the mound for Goshen. They gave up four hits and three runs (two earned) over three innings, striking out three and walking five. Marcum provided pop in the middle of the lineup, and led Goshen Varsity Redhawks with three runs batted in. The first baseman went 2-for-3 on the day. Marcum and Abigayle Blankenship each collected two hits for Goshen Varsity Redhawks.Goshen Varsity Redhawks will travel to Northwood for their next game on Wednesday. ... See MoreSee Less
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The Goshen Junior High boys track team competed in the conference meet last Wednesday and Friday. The 7th grade boys finished 12th and the 8th grade boys finished 7th.Podium finishers for Goshen were Michael Aimone (1st in Hurdles), Xy’mire Barnes (7th in 100m, 4th in 400m, 8th in 200m, 7th in Long Jump), and Jesse Sawatzky (4th in 1600m).Three relay teams also finished on the podium These teams were Michael Aimone, Aidric Diaz De Leon, Francis Buyco, and Manuel Vargas (8th in 400m relay). Jasper Snider, Carson Kinsey, Valentino WaltonClark, and Jacob Griffith (8th in 1600m relay). Danny Vasquez-Diaz, Michael Aimone, Jesse Sawtzky, and Alex Ortiz (6th in 1600m relay). ... See MoreSee Less
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