1st Source Bank recently announced a partnership with the South Bend Cubs that brings together two award-winning organizations that have a distinct commitment to customers and fans across Northern Indiana.
Torrenga Drains First Hole-In-One in Powers-Purdue Northwest History
With her first shot of the day, Kay Torrenga became the first person to record a hole-in-one in the 37-year history of the Powers-Purdue University Northwest Golf Invitational Monday at Briar Ridge Country Club.
Five two-out runs in the top of the fifth and four scoreless innings of relief from the bullpen paced the Gary SouthShore RailCats to a 5-4 come-from-behind win over the Winnipeg Goldeyes on Tuesday night in front of 4,489 fans at Shaw Park. Gary has now claimed three straight series openers and has won six of their last seven games.
Lawson Granted Hardship Waiver, Will Return In 2018
The Valparaiso University softball program has announced that Taylor Lawson (Tucson, Ariz./Sahuaro) has been granted a hardship waiver due to injury for the 2017 season. Lawson will return to the Crusaders for her additional season of athletic eligibility as a fifth-year senior in 2018.
It’s the American Association versus the Frontier League in the Best of the Ballparks 2017 independent-baseball Final Four round, as fans select their favorite venues in a bracketed vote. We’re down to four — so vote!
The official statistician of the American Association, Pointstreak, has announced that Gary SouthShore RailCats left-handed starting pitcher Braulio Torres-Perez has been named this week’s Pointstreak Pitcher of the Week for the week ending on June 25.
Seven shutout innings from Braulio Torres-Perez and a four-run fifth inning led Gary to a 5-1 win over the Fargo-Moorhead RedHawks in the rubber game of the series on Sunday afternoon. Sunday’s win was Gary’s fifth in their last six contests and was the RailCats second consecutive series victory.
The Gary SouthShore RailCats (18-16) shutout the Sioux City Explorers (17-13), 7-0, on Wednesday afternoon to complete the series sweep. Charle Rosario (3-3) allowed just five hits and two walks in his first complete game shutout of the year. The 2016 All-Star retired the first 10 he faced and didn’t allow a single batter to reach past second base.
After being washed out on Monday, the Gary SouthShore RailCats swept the Sioux City Explorers in Tuesday’s doubleheader. Gary took down Sioux City 8-2 in game one before defeating the Explorers in game two,4-1.
The Gary SouthShore RailCats announced the signing of pitcher Joe Hauser, who replaces southpaw Jon Jones on the 23-man active roster. Hauser recently graduated from Angelo State University and signed his first professional contract on Saturday evening.
The Kellen Mogck Memorial Scholarship was awarded to 4 Valparaiso High School student athletes on Wednesday May 24th.