Unofficial results of Huntington County primary elections

Here are the unofficial results from the Huntington County primary elections on May 4, with all 36 precincts reporting:

SCHOOL BOARD
(Nonpartisan; included with both Democrat and Republican ballots)

SCHOOL BOARD, DISTRICT 2
All Precincts Reporting
Kevin E. Patrick........866
Jon A. Moore........576

SCHOOL BOARD, DISTRICT 5
All Precincts Reporting
Thomas R. King........575

DEMOCRAT BALLOT

Huntington TEA party announces results from final straw poll

The Huntington TEA Party has announced the results of its straw poll from the local candidate debate on Friday, April 30, at The Awakening Church in Huntington.

The results are as follows:

HNHS pitcher Brianna McCellan picks up win against Blackford in softball action

Huntington North pitcher Brianna McClellan prepares to deliver a pitch during varsity softball action on Friday evening, April 30, against Blackford. The (7-4) Lady Vikes won the game by a score of 8-1.
Photo by Jessica Williams.

Morgan Broderickand Taylor Pursifull had two RBI and Lauren Chanley had two runs to lead the Huntington North High School varsity softball team to an 8-1 crushing of visiting Blackford on Friday, April 30.

Brianna McClellan had the win for HNHS, now 7-4, allowing only one run in the seventh inning on seven hits while striking out seven.

Jordie Close helped the Huntington cause with two hits and one RBI, while Alyssa Grabner had two RBI.

Huntington North FFA host farm day event at Wall Farm


Photo by Jessica Williams.

Horace Mann kindergartener Brendon Gaunt enjoys riding the makeshift horse at Wall Farm on Friday morning, April 30. Every year for over 35 years, kindergarteners from across the county visit local farms. The Huntington North FFA group hosts the events.

Drummond sets school record as Foresters double-dip Saint Francis

Huntington native Andrew Drummond smacked his 70th hit of the season to break the school record for most hits in a season as the Huntington University baseball team defeated Saint Francis twice, 7-5 and 8-1, on Thursday, April 29.

Drummond's performance knocked Terry Zorger (1972) and Andy Nucci (2000) out of the HU record books.

In game one, Saint Francis had the first run in the top of the opening inning, but the Foresters, 23-20, 12-10 in conference, responded in the bottom of the frame with two runs to take the lead going into the second.

Forester pitching too much for Trine softball team

In a day that focused on pitching skills, the Huntington University softball team beat host Trine University 1-0 and 6-2 on Thursday, April 29.

The first match saw no scoring until the sixth inning, when Aubrey Garner hit an RBI-double to score the winning run.

Molly Long had the win for Huntington, allowing only one hit and one walk while throwing 10 strikeouts.

HNHS boys' treack team stops Bellmont

The Huntington North High School boys' varsity track team won 10 of 12 events to defeat host Bellmont 80-52 on Thursday, April 29.

Jordan Beaver and Matt Kramer led the Vikings by winning two events each. Beaver took the shot put and discus and Kramer won the long jump and 300-meter hurdles.

Other individual events were taken by Adam Berlier in pole vault, Zach Leffler in high hurdles, David George in the 100-meter dash and Ross Ochs in the 400-meter dash.

Drew, Huffman double-winners as Crestview girls beat McCulloch

Jessie Drew and Val Huffman each won two events to lead the Crestview Middle School eighth grade girls' track team to a 63-32 win over Marion McCulloch on Thursday, April 29.

Drew won the 100-meter dash and the long jump, while Huffman took the 1,600-meter run and the 800-meter run.

Huffman also combined with Payton Thomas, Molly Parker and Kay Bennett to take the 1,600-meter relay. Tori Johnson also won the shot put and Cailey Baker took the discus.

Crestview's sixth and seventh grade girls' track team also defeated Marion McCulloch, 60-40.

Crestview boys' track teams beat Marion McCulloch

Caleb Stoffel won two individual events and was part of the winning 1,600-meter relay team to lead the Crestview Middle School boys' eighth grade track team to a 58-42 victory over Marion McCulloch on Thursday, April 29.

Stoffel took the 1,600-meter run and the 800-meter run while teaming up with Charleston Dydasco, Johonas Foster and Skyler Veilleux to take the 1,600-meter relay.

Dydasco, Skyler Veilleux, Tyler Veilleux and Mark Hoover also took the 400-meter relay.

Earhart's triple leads Riverview girls past pair

Jessie Earhart was a triple winner to take the Riverview Middle School eighth grade girls' track team to a win over Bluffton Harrison and Adams Central in a three-way meet at Bluffton on Thursday, April 29.

Earhart won the 100-meter dash, the 200-meter dash and the 400-meter dash. Alexa Shoemaker took top honors in the 100-meter hurdles and the 200-meter hurdles while Lindsey Foster had first in the long jump. Alyssa Hiple won the discus and Maddie Klender took shot put.

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