Blackford Boys Junior Varsity Baseball

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JH Baseball Falls to Alex, 8-6

The JH baseball team dropped to 2-4 after an 8-6 loss to Alexandria last night in game one of a scheduled double-header. The second game was cancelled due to rain. The Bruins out hit the Tigers 9-5, but five errors didn’t help their cause. A positive, the young Bruins pitchers picked off two base runners

Baseball Open Gym Cancelled this Morning

Due to the rain, there will be no open field baseball this morning. The next session will take place on Monday, June 19 from 7:30-8:30am. That session was moved up from a 9am start due to a conflict that arose.

JH Baseball Falls in Tight, Long, Very Warm Game 9-8

The JH baseball team endured 94 degree temps for nearly three hours, before coming up 90 feet short of tying and thus falling, 9-8. The Bruins got themselves into a 5-0 hole after half inning of play in part due to failure to execute three pick-off plays that would have got them out of the

Baseball Award Program Set for June 15

The baseball award program will take place on Thursday, June 15 at 6pm. It will be held at the 4H Building on Park Avenue. Though for the kids and family, fans of Bruin baseball are invited to attend if interested.

JH Baseball Earns Split at Jay County

The JH baseball team traveled to Jay County and split their two 5-inning games with the Patriots to move to 2-2 on the season. The Bruins took game one, 12-6. Mat Deavers got the win on the mound. Lucas Gore led the offense with three hits and two RBI. Lucas Gore: 3-4, 1 run, 2

JH Baseball Falls Big to Delta, 23-5

The JH baseball team learned that some nights it is simply not your not. Nearly everything hit by Delta found an open hole as they pounded out 18 hits and took advantage of 8 walks and 9 Bruin errors to take a 20-3 lead after 3. They went on to win 23-5. Dane Baker took

Bruin Baseball Receives Recognition for Efforts from District I Coaches

The Baseball Bruins received more recognition today as the District I baseball coaches gathered to nominate players for All-State and hand out end of the year awards. Kerigan Reynard received recognition as a pitcher. The senior finished the season 7-2 on the mound to lead the Bruin staff. He threw 60.1 innings this spring allowing

LCC Too Much for Young Bruins

The Bruins ended their season against a buzz saw in Lafayette Central Catholic (30-3), 12-0. The #1 Knights took advantage of a two walk, and later an error, to jump to a 2-0 lead the first. Braxton Strait got a one-out single to left in the first and moved to second on balk but that

Baseball Open Field Opportunities for Grades 7-11

Head Baseball Coach Tony Uggen will hold five open field sessions through June 22 for those currently in grades 7-11. Dates and time: Thursday, June 8: 9-10am Tuesday, June 13: 9-10am Thursday, June 15:9-10am Monday, June 19: 9-10am Thursday, June 22: 9-10am “These are laid back type sessions for those who want to get in

Bruins to Face #1 Lafayette Central Catholic in Wabash Regional Opener

The Bruins will face #1 ranked Lafayette Central Catholic (LCC) on Saturday in the 2A Baseball Regional held at Wabash High School. The Knights have a storied program having won seven state titles, all won between 2004 and 2013 and includes state runners-up the past two season. “Coach Bordenet is an outstanding coach with an