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Brokering named Conference Carolinas Player of the Week

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Shelbyville graduate Hannah File (middle, clapping hands) and the James Madison University softball teamcelebrate after a teammate hit a home run in a game this season.
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Submitted photoShelbyville graduate Kay Brokering, a King University junior, has been named Conference Carolinas Player of the Week for the second time this season.
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Shelbyville graduate Kay Brokering, a King University junior, has been named Conference Carolinas Player of the Week for the second time this season.

By KRIS MILLS - kmills@shelbynews.com

Kay Brokering, a Shelbyville graduate and King University junior, helped her team extended their winning streak to six games with a sweep of Barton College on Monday afternoon.

The Tornado took game one 9-1 before coming back to win game two, 3-2.

Brokering had an impressive showing in Game 1, driving in five runs on two hits, including a pair of doubles.

In the third inning, Brokering ripped a double that scored Katie McCann to highlight the three-run inning that put the Tornado ahead 4-0.

Brokering delivered once again in the fourth inning with a bases loaded double to left-center field that scored all three runners to give King a 7-1 lead.

The junior leads the team with a .420 average at the plate. She has six home runs, 13 doubles and 39 RBIs.

Brokering led the King University softball team to a 4-0 record during the week, hitting .600 and driving in six runs. That effort earned her Conference Carolinas Player of the Week honors for the second time this season.

Hannah File

Shelbyville graduate and James Madison University freshman Hannah File has played key innings during a five-game win streak for the team. JMU is 27-8 overall this season.

On Sunday in a 13-1 win over Delaware, File started in left field and finished with a double and two walks. She also scored two runs in one official at-bat.

JMU scored nine runs in the fourth to secure the win and the sweep (3-0).

In the first game of the series against Delaware, File finished with two hits and an RBI in an 11-4 win.

For the season, the freshman is hitting .296 with 10 starts in 17 games played. Her average is eighth best on the team.

Kierstin Lux

Kierstin Lux, A Waldron graduate, and Mount. St. Joseph University sophomore recently tied the school record for the hammer throw (36.8 meters). She already owns the program’s weight throw record at 12.85 meters.

Lux, who also played basketball at the school as a freshman, should have a solid chance to top the hammer throw mark and take over sole possession of the record during the All-Ohio Invitational Saturday.

The sophomore also throws the discus, the shot put and the javelin for MSJU.

Abey Bass

Abey Bass, a Shelbyville graduate and DePauw sophomore, helped her team earn a 13-3 win over Anderson on Sunday. She finished with a hit in the lopsided win.

For the season, Bass is hitting .255 with 10 RBIs and 15 runs scored.

DePauw is 10-15 overall.

Natalie Weber, Jaclyn Tackett

Natalie Weber and Jaclyn Tackett, two Shelbyville graduates and Franklin College freshmen, hit the road for their first conference road games of the year, traveling to Manchester Sunday.

Franklin (16-4, 3-1 HCAC) got timely hitting and six no-hit innings from Olivia Paszek in the first game to secure a 4-1 win in the opener. Game 2 saw the Grizzlies jump out to an early lead, but the Spartans would plate five unanswered runs to hold on for a 5-3 win.

Weber finished with a hit in the first game. For the season, the freshman is second among the team’s starters with a .429 batting average. She has 24 RBIs, seven doubles and one home run.

Tackett has scored two runs this season.

Sarah Miller

Sarah Miller, a Triton Central graduate and sophomore at Franklin College, was back in action on Saturday afternoon at DePauw Invitational.

The Franklin women earned a third-place finish with 108 points while the men placed sixth with 44 points.

Miller picked up points in her three individual events, taking third in the javelin (31.98m), fourth in the 100-meter dash (13.56) and sixth in the 200-meter dash (28.70).

Ethan Larrison

Ethan Larrison, a Shelbyville graduate, earned a loss for the Indiana State baseball team on Sunday, moving his record to 1-2 this season. The team fell 7-6 to Bradley after allowing three runs in the eighth inning.

Larrison allowed five hits and four earned runs in the loss. For the season, the senior has 25 strikeouts and a 1.85 ERA.

ISU is 16-10 this season.

Brady Gossett

Brady Gossett, a Triton Central graduate, and the Wabash track and field team scored five first-place finishes to earn second-place at the DePauw Invitational Saturday.

Gossett, a junior, posted a pair of victories, winning the 100-meter dash with a season-best time of 11.13. He scored another win in the 200-meter dash by crossing the finish line in 22.60, another season-best effort.

Hayden Veach

Hayden Veach, a Southwestern graduate, posted a sub-4:30 time for the Hanover track and field team in the 1500-meter run Saturday at the DePauw Invitational. The Sophomore was 22nd overall in 4:29.88.

Kris Mills is the Sports editor of The Shelbyville News. Follow Kris on Twitter @KrisMills37.