Checking the info


Photo by Scott Trauner.

Huntington County Clerk Fran Felts checks some of the voting information turned in by the precinct poll workers upon completion of primary election voting on Tuesday, May 4.

Handing them over


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Election judge Alison Vanner (left) and inspector Gennie Guhl (second from left) turn over primary voting results to deputy clerks Donna Tackett (third from left) and Leah Hiers at the Huntington County Courthouse on Tuesday, May 4.

Entering the numbers


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Huntington County Election Baord President Carmen Oswalt (left) gets some help from MicroVote technician Jennifer Baxter while entering results from the primary election at the Huntington County Courthouse on Tuesday, May 4.

Signing in


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Election judge Shirley Dinius watches Huntington resident Kyle Stoffel sign in to vote in the primary on Tuesday, May 4, at the Huntington County Courthouse.

Voting in Huntington


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Richard Verellen, of Huntington, casts his primary vote on Tuesday, May 4, at the Huntington County Courthouse.

Making the tough choice


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Brooke Estes, of Roanoke, places her primary vote Tuesday afternoon, May 4, at the Roanoke American Legion Post 160 while her son, David, waits.

HU baseball team wins one easy, one hard to sweep doubleheader from Saint Francis

The Huntington University baseball team did one the easy way and one the tough way as it swept a doubleheader from host Saint Francis on Saturday, May 1, defeating the Cougars 11-0 and 7-5 on Saturday, May 1.

Tyler Palmer had the first-game shutout for the Foresters, allowing only two hits and one walk while striking out eight in six innings of work.

Andrew Drummond and Travis Frantz provided the big stick back-up for Palmer, with Drummond having a homer and three RBI and Frantz going 4 for 4 with three RBI.

HU women's track team finishes fifth at MCC

The Huntington University women's track team totaled 50 points to finish fifth at the Mid-Central Conference Track & Field Championships at Goshen College on Saturday, May 1.

Josann Schoeff led the charge for the Foresters by scoring in two individual events and being a member of the 400-meter relay team. She placed third in the 200-meter dash in :26.47 and took fifth in the 100 meters. The HU 400-meter relay squad took second in a time of :49.63, and consisted of Schoeff, Rachel Bayon, Mariah Town and Bethany McGraw.

LaFontaine, Morris lad HU trackmen at MCC meet

Sean LaFontaine and Ryan Morris each placed third in one event as the Huntington University men's track team gathered 49 points to take seventh out of nine teams at the Mid-Central Conference Track & Field Championships at Goshen College on Saturday, May 1.

LaFontaine took the bronze in the 400-meter hurdles in 55.66, while Morris had third in the pole vault with a height of 13 feet, 3.5 inches.

HU softball team drops doubleheader to Robert Morris

Robert Morris University proved too much to handle for the Huntington University softball team, as HU fell 3-2 and 6-5 on Saturday, May 1.

Huntington, 19-19, took leads early in both games, but Robert Morris was able to strike back each time for the win.

In game one, the Foresters built a 2-0 lead going into the seventh inning after runs in the first and sixth frames. However, the Eagles got the winning runs when Jessica Walsh hit a bunt and used two HU fielding miscues to score two teammates and then herself.

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