Davis helps Central Methodist to four wins

Davis helps Central Methodist to four wins

Central Methodist opened its season with four wins against Lady of the Lake, with scores of 5-4, 12-0, 11-0, and 20-8. Isaiah Davis pinch ran in each game and stole one base and scored two runs. In the 20-8 win he pitched 2/3 of an inning, giving up one walk, four hits, and one earned run.


Bellarmine lost 7-0 to Louisville and 6-1 to Belmont. Ian Deiters lost 6-2 at No. 2 doubles to Louisville and 7-6 in doubles and 6-4, 6-1 at No. 5 singles to Belmont.


 Hutchinson Community College (4-1) lost 56-50 to Butler Community College and won 76-44 against Cloud County Community College. Cherrelle Newsom had one assist and one missed three point shot in two minutes in the loss; and two points (0 for 0, 0 for 0, 2 for 2), and two rebounds in 15 minutes in the win.


Michigan State (9-7, 3-7) lost 84-78 to Iowa and won 66-56 against Nebraska.  Aaron Henry had team highs of 24 points (10 for 16, 4 for 5, 0 for 0 ), nine rebounds, and five assists, in addition to one steal, one blocked shot, and two turnovers against the Hawkeyes; and 16 points (6 for 14, 1 for 4, 3 for 3), six rebounds, a team high five assists, two blocked shots, two steals, and three turnovers against the Cornhuskers.

Miami, Ohio (8-7, 5-5) lost 77-68 to Kent State and 88-64 to Buffalo. Josh Brewer played a total of 11 minutes in the two games and had one rebound while missing seven shots, four from behind the arc.

Taylor (11-11, 5-9) lost 91-84 to Mount Vernon Nazarene and 87-86 to Bethel. Jeff Clayton played a total of seven minutes in the two games and had four rebounds and one assist.


Grace’s Maurice Macklin was third of 29 in the 800 meters (1:58.55) and a member of the fourth place 4 X 400 relay team in a field of nine (3:31.37) at Indiana Wesleyan’s Midwest Classic.

Indiana’s Dom Day placed sixth of seven in the long jump (22-3) at the Hoosier Hills Invitational.

Competing for Hanover at DePauw’s Tiger Invitational, Jalen Simmons was first of two, both from Hanover, in the pole vault (13-5) and the only competitor in the triple jump (37-8 ¾).

Roe-Hulman staged its fourth Friday Night Spikes event, and the host school’s Noah Thomas was first of six in the 60 meter dash (7.16) and a member of the winning 4 X 400 relay team in a field of five (3:34.43). Teammate Tyler Speitel was fourth of eleven in the 800 (2:05.46) and a member of the second place 4 X 400 relay team (3:42.27). Franklin’s Matt Lee placed 10th of 11 in the 5000 (19:31.18).