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July 14, 2013

Sports briefs for Sunday, June 14

Fever crush Liberty by 21 on the road

NEWARK, N.J. (AP) — Erlana Larkins scored a season-high 15 points and the Indiana Fever used a big third quarter to rout the New York Liberty 74-53 on Saturday night.

Indiana (5-8) led by three at the half before blowing the game open in the third, outscoring New York 31-6. After the Liberty scored the first basket of the second half, Indiana had 11 straight points, including five by Larkins.

Kara Braxton scored with 5:10 left in third to make it 48-38, but that was the Liberty’s last basket of the period.

The Fever then got hot from behind the arc. They hit five 3-pointers, including a four-point play by Erin Phillips that made it 63-40. Indiana has won four of its last five to climb within a half-game of the Liberty (6-8) for fourth place in the East.

Kokomo sweeps Plymouth in Legion play

The Kokomo Post 6 American Legion baseball team swept Plymouth Post 27 in a doubleheader at CFD Investments Stadium Saturday

The Sixers won the first game 7-0 behind a complete-game effort from pitcher Damon Prater. He gave up four hits, four walks and had seven strikeouts. On the offensive side, Jesse Broomfield singled and doubled for the Sixers. Logan Barnes and Justin Blevens each singled twice. Isaac Turner doubled.

Kokomo won the closer 11-10 in a regulation seven innings. The game was tied at 10-all through five before Kokomo pushed across a run in the bottom of the sixth. Drew Harris singled to start the rally. Jesse Broomfield then reached on a fielders’ choice, and later scored on Logan Barnes’ double.

Reliever Eli Grimes was the winning pitcher. He threw three innings with no runs, two hits, one walk and four strikeouts. Harris led the offense with a 4-for-4 effort with four singles. Barnes had two singles along with his double, and walked twice. Conner Milligan and Blevens each had two singles.

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