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RADIOTROY/SUBWAY SPORTSPAGE APRIL 18

          HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS BASEBALL-NCC/AREA (RHS RELEASE) Richmond 11 Anderson 5… Richmond High School Varsity Baseball beat Anderson High School 11-5 (Check out the photo gallery) Richmond (8-4 overall; 5-1 NCC) defeated Anderson (5-5...

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2019 NFL SCHEDULE ANNOUNCED

(NFL RELEASE) The NFL announced today its 17-week, 256-game regular-season schedule for 2019, which kicks off on Thursday night, September 5, in Chicago and concludes with 16 division games on Sunday, December 29. The league’s 100th season begins with the NFL’s annual...

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PREP SCOREBOARD

HIGH SCHOOL BASEBALL – NCC/AREA Richmond 21 Anderson 5…Richmond 21 hits, Brice Brown 3-4 2RBI, Philip Hobbs 3-6 3RBI, Mason Brewer 3-4, Gabe Crowe 3RBI, Josiah Sizemore 3RBI, Colton Fox 2RBI, George Dickman 2RBI, Nick Turner 2RBI Blackford 7 Mary 3 Kokomo 7 Logansport...

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PURDUE DEFEATS BUTLER

(PURDUE RELEASE) WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. – Five different pitchers recorded a 1-2-3 inning and Purdue baseball racked up 12 strikeouts on the mound in a 5-3 victory vs. Butler on Tuesday at Alexander Field. Cole McKenzie and Ryan Howe both recorded two hits and two RBI....

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INDIANA BEATS BALL STATE

(INDIANA RELEASE) BLOOMINGTON, Ind. – Name an aspect of baseball and Indiana's Hoosiers did it well Tuesday night in pounding past Ball State, 14-3. IU's offense? Oh, yeah. The host Hoosiers hit five homers, regaining the national lead in that category with 66 for the...

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QUAKERS SWEEP MT. ST. JOSEPH

(EARLHAM RELEASE) SCORE: G1- Earlham 9, Mount St. Joseph 0 / G2- Earlham 10, Mount St. Joseph 9 LOCATION: Oxford, Ohio (McKie Field at Hayden Stadium) RECORDS: Earlham 15-14, 7-5 HCAC / Mount St. Joseph 9-16, 2-6 HCAC THE SHORT STORY: Earlham College baseball posted...

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RADIOTROY/SUBWAY SPORTSPAGE APRIL 17

          NBA PLAYOFFS Toronto 111 Orlando 82 Denver 114 San Antonio 105 Portland 114 Oklahoma City 94   NHL PLAYOFFS Columbus 7 Tampa Bay 3 NY Islanders 3 Pittsburgh 1 Winnipeg 2 St. Louis 1 Vegas 5 San Jose 0   MAJOR LEAGUE...

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RADIOTROY/SUBWAY SPORTSPAGE APRIL 16

          HIGH SCHOOL BASEBALL-NCC/AREA Benton Central 1 Lafayette Jeff 0 Yorktown 10 Muncie Central 0 Knightstown 12 Shelbyville 6 Franklin County 8 Batesville 7 South Dearborn 3 Greensburg 2 East Central 5 Connersville 2 Shenandoah 10 Blue...

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INDIANA BOYS TRACK AND FIELD POLL

1 Carmel 2 Ben Davis 3 North Central (Indianapolis) 4 Fort Wayne Carroll 5 Warren Central 6 Merrillville 7 Fishers 8 Pike 9 Homestead 10 Cathedral 11 Bloomington North 12 Hamilton Southeastern 13 Brownsburg 14 Bloomington South 15 Zionsville 16 Evansville Central 17...

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INDIANA HIGH SCHOOL BASEBALL POLLS

INDIANA HIGH SCHOOL BASEBALL POLLS 4A 1 Crown Point 2 Columbus East 3 Castle 4 Penn 5 Columbus North 6 Hamilton Southeastern 7 Lake Central 8 Evansville North 9 Indianapolis Roncalli 10 Jasper Receiving Votes: Bloomington North H.S., Carroll (Fort Wayne H.S.,...

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1970: Tom Seaver of the Mets pitched himself into the record books by striking out 19 San Diego Padres – including the last 10 batters in a row – in a two-hit 2-1 victory at Shea Stadium. The performance tied the major league mark set by Steve Carlton of the St. Louis Cardinals in 1969. Roger Clemens of the Boston Red Sox broke the record with 20 strikeouts in 1986

1947: Joe Fulks scored 34 points to lead the Philadelphia Warriors over the Chicago Stags, 83-80, for the first Basketball Association of America title. The B.A.A. merged with the National Basketball League to become the N.B.A. in 1949.

1876: The first official National League baseball game was played, with the visiting Boston Red Stockings defeating the Philadelphia Athletics, 6-5, with two runs in the ninth inning. Boston’s Jim O’Rourke got the first N.L. hit and Joe Borden became the league’s first winning pitcher.