Written by: Clinton Randall of the BlueBag Media---UNION CITY, Ind. – It was a day of great pitching and big hitting as the Union City Indians claimed their first Randolph County baseball tournament title since 1987 on Saturday.
The Indians found themselves down 1-0 in the semifinal game against a tough Monroe Central team. UC was able to finally take a 3-1 in the top of the
After trailing 2-1 after 1, the Indians batted around in the 2nd scoring 7 runs to take an 8-2 lead. Starting pitcher Bailey Hughes would shut down the Warriors in the through the 4th inning until tiring in the 5th. With the lead cut to 3, the Indian bats came
The Indians traveled to Centerville Thursday to face the Bulldogs in a conference game. The Bulldogs capitalized on a sloppy performance from the Indians, who walked 13 Centerville batters and made 3 errors. The Indians offense never
UNION CITY UPSETS 7TH RANKED UNION COUNTY The Indians hosted the 7th ranked, and undefeated, Union County Patriots Tuesday night in a conference match up. The Indians bested the Patriots and came away with the upset, 11-10. Once again, the Indians bats were alive, putting up 11 hits against a strong Union County team. Sophomore slugger, Trevor Spence carried the big stick