HUNTINGTON, Ind. – Three members of the HU baseball team were recognized as some of the best in the Crossroads League as announced by the league office earlier today.For the second straight year, Daniel Lichty and Ian McCutcheon earned First Team All-Conference praises.
UPLAND, Ind. – The 4th-seeded HU baseball team grudgingly conceded a 12-9 loss to 2nd-seeded Taylor in the title game of the Crossroads League Tournament Wednesday afternoon at TU's Winterholter Field. The loss brings to a close Huntington's season.The Foresters got off to a hot 3-0 start. Ian McCutcheon, who made his way on base with a single up the middle, eventually touched home on a wild pitch in the first frame. Jarett Gray also used some nifty baserunning to touch home on an error after stealing third in the second. Sam Kimmorley followed up by smashing one over the left field fence for run No. 3.
HUNTINGTON, Ind. – HU sophomores Adelyn Harsh and Breanna Hines were among the list of Crossroads League All-Conference honorees as announced by the league office yesterday afternoon.Harsh was picked as a member of the Second Team, the first All-Conference praise of her young Forester career. The Caston High School product (Kewanna, Ind.) did a little bit of everything for Coach Ehler's crew. In addition to making 25 appearances in the circle which included notching four wins, she also offered a big bat by notching a team-tying five homeruns on the season.
UPLAND, Ind. – The 4th-seeded Forester baseball team's deep run into the Crossroads League Tournament continued Tuesday night with a 6-4 win over Mount Vernon in an elimination game at Taylor's Winterholter Field.The loss knocks the top-seeded Cougars out of the tourney while HU (27-22) advances to the championship game against 2nd-seeded Taylor.
MARION, Ind. – The 4th-seeded Forester baseball team continued their hunt for another Crossroads League tournament championship by cruising past 8th-seeded Saint Francis, 15-8, Monday afternoon at IWU's Wildcat Stadium.HU has accumulated eight league tournament titles with the most recent in 2017.
UPLAND, Ind. – The 4th-seeded Huntington baseball team is moving on after blanking 5th-seeded Bethel, 8-0, Saturday night at Taylor's Winterholter Field on opening day of the Crossroads League Tournament.Tyler Papenbrock and Noah Arbuckle teamed up on the bump to shut down the Pilots at the plate. Papenbrock tossed the first seven frames where he struck out six batters and surrendered a mere four hits and four walks to snag the win after which Arbuckle threw two inning of hitless, scoreless relief.
HUNTINGTON, Ind. – The Crossroads League national office announced its 2022 Men's Golf All-Conference Teams and among the list of 20 honorees was Huntington senior David Beck.Beck was one of nine golfers to be tabbed All-Conference Honorable Mention. The Peru native (North Miami HS) paced Coach Connor Dwyer's squad with a 78.5 18-hole average this year. His resume includes a Top 10 finish and eight Top 25 finishes.
SOUTH BEND, Ind. – The Huntington track and field program produced four league champions, took home seven All-Conference honors and hit one "A" and two "B" standards at the Crossroads League Championships this week at the Notre Dame Athletic Complex.Zachary Collins was a two-time CL champion having established himself as the top sprinter of the meet by winning the 100 meters and 200 meters in 10.71 and 21.53 respectively.
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – The 7th-seeded Huntington softball team's season came to an end Thursday morning in a Crossroads League Tournament elimination game against 4th-seeded Taylor that ended 11-2 in favor of the Trojans in five."Although it wasn't the way we wanted to end the year, I'm super proud of the girls for competing the way they have the last two days," said Coach Erin (Rethlake) Ehler. "This season was full of growth, hard lessons and good competition.
WESTFIELD, Ind. – Wednesday morning marked the start of the HU softball team's second season as they kicked off the Crossroads League Tournament by giving 2nd-seeded Marian all they could handle before dropping a 7-6 decision to the Knights. Ehler and crew bounced back to in the afternoon to knock 6th-seeded Goshen out of the tourney by serving up a 5-2 loss to the Maple Leafs.What started as a pitcher's duel against MU in first round action ended with some big sticks to make for a dramatic finish. The first three frames came and went quietly without a runner from either team advancing beyond second.
CARMEL, Ind. – The HU women's golf team's season came to an end Tuesday afternoon with a ninth-place finish at the Crossroads League Championships at Prairie View Golf Club. Over the course of three-round event, the Foresters posted a 1063 (359-351-353).Danielle Tinsley had a great to tourney by firing a 237 (75-84-78) to finish 16th out of 45 golfers for Coach Patrick Davis. Not only did she set a new three-round program record, she also broke the lowest 18-hole score when she carded a 75 in her first round.
HUNTINGTON, Ind. – Incoming freshman Jordan Malott, a blue chip recruit for the HU men's bowling program, will be competing in the 2022 PBA King of the Lanes event this summer with his father Wes Malott. This annual contest will air in prime time on Fox Sports' FS1 over five consecutive weeknights starting June 6.In particular, Jordan and Wes will compete in the first-ever PBA King of the Lanes: Royal Family Edition in which prominent PBA stars team up with their talented children in the quest to become bowling's royal family. The three-day battle will be held at Bowlero Jupiter in Jupiter, Florida.
HUNTINGTON, Ind. – The Forester men's basketball program has added a versatile forward to its 2022-23 roster with the signing of Brebeuf Jesuit standout Marial Puou."We are excited about Marial joining us this fall," said Coach Kory Alford. "Marial is a fierce competitor with a high motor. He will bring great versatility on both ends of the court and will provide a tough rebounding presence inside."
MOUNT VERNON, Ohio – The HU baseball team split with Mount Vernon Saturday afternoon at Cougar Field, dropping game one 5-0 and then ending the series and regular season with a convincing 7-0 victory over the top-seeded hosts. The opener was all Mount Vernon. Not only did the hosts score quickly to take and own a lead throughout, but the Cougar pitching staff was also extremely stingy in allowing four hits over the course of the nine-inning shutout. Daniel Lichty accounted for two as the Forester offense couldn't get going as evidenced by stranding just six baserunners on the day.
MOUNT VERNON, Ohio – After sweeping #RV Mount Vernon the first time these two squads faced off, the Huntington softball team felt the sting of being on the other end of it by dropping both games, 10-7, 3-0, Saturday afternoon at Cougar Field. Both contests were upsetting for varying reasons. In game one, the Foresters, up 7-3, were just three outs away from the win. Unfortunately, the Cougars orchestrated a dramatic finish that will go down in the record books. HU got the first out and then committed an error after which Mount Vernon unleashed for five hits that included a walk-off three-run homer to end it.