Sports Wrap for Friday, May 24, 2013:
In baseball sectional action yesterday, in Class 4A, Anderson blanked Richmond, 4-0. In Class 3A, Mississinewa fell to Heritage, 2-1. Muncie Central routed Hamilton Heights, 8-2. Muncie South eked by Blackford, 2-1. In Class 2A, Frankton downed Shenandoah, 10-4. Lapel routed Wapahani, 10-3. In Class A, Cowan shut out Southern Wells, 3-0. For an updated list of brackets and pairings, visit www.ihsaa.org.
In softball sectional action yesterday, in Class 3A, Mississinewa lost to Heritage, 6-1. Yorktown drubbed Delta, 11-3, to win the Blackford Sectional Championship. In Class A, Randolph Southern dumped Tri, 11-1, to win the Monroe Central Sectional Title. For an updated list of brackets and pairings, visit www.ihsaa.org.
In boys’ golf action yesterday, Muncie South downed Cowan, 190-206. Union won a four-way match over Wapahani, Seton Catholic and Union City with a score of 183. The Raiders were second with a round of 188, Seton Catholic was third with 200, and the Rockets finished fourth with a score of 210. Jay County edged out South Adams, 203-209.
The baseball team’s second round MAC Tournament game against Kent State yesterday was postponed due to inclement weather. The Cards will now battle the top-seeded Golden Flashes at 4:00 p.m. this afternoon in Avon, Ohio, at All Pro Freight Stadium.
Indiana will try to bounce back tonight in game two of the Eastern Conference Finals as they battle Miami again at American Airlines Arena. Pre-game coverage on 102.9 FM and 1340 AM starts at eight o’clock. Mark Boyle and Austin Croshere have all of the action at 8:30.
Indianapolis dumped Buffalo last night on the road, 7-3. Tonight, the Indians go for their second straight win over the Bisons on the road. First pitch is at 7:05 p.m.
Cincinnati goes for their fourth straight win tonight as they entertain the Cubs at the Great American Ball Park. First pitch is at 7:10 p.m.
The 65th PayLess Little 500 is tomorrow night at Anderson Speedway. Gates open at 4:00 p.m. with a warm-up session at 5:15. A drivers autograph session will take place at 6:00, and green flag racing starts at eight o’clock. All tickets are $29. Doug Zook and Wade Stokes will have pre-race coverage on 1240 AM and on 96-7 FM at 7:45.
The 97th Indianapolis 500 is Sunday afternoon at Indianapolis Motor Speedway. Air-time is at 11:00 a.m. on 102.9 FM and 1340 AM, and on 96-7 FM. The green flag drops at 12:12 p.m.