South Bend Clay
MERRILLVILLE | It was a slow start, but once Times No. 1 Merrillville got things in gear, it ran away from South Bend Clay in a 41-7 drubbing.
Andrean baseball coach Dave Pishkur stands on the third base line during Tuesday's win over South Bend Clay. The victory marked Pishkur's 800th as a coach.
Andrean pitcher Mark Pishkur throws against South Bend Clay during the 5-2 win Tuesday. The victory marked No. 800 for Pishkur's father and coach, Dave.
Andrean pitcher Jimmy Tarala throws against South Bend Clay in Andrean's 5-2 win Tuesday.
Andrean's Mark Pishkur, right, hands his father and head coach Dave Pishkur gifts, including a custom bat, after Dave's 800th win came against South Bend Clay on Tuesday.
Andrean players Alejandro Kinney, left, and Mike Brosseau hang a sign in the outfield for their coach Dave Pishkur after his 800th win came Tuesday against South Bend Clay.
Andrean players pose for photographs with their coach, Dave Pishkur, center, after his 800th win came against South Bend Clay on Tuesday.
Andrean's Brandon Pavlina slides safely back to first against South Bend Clay's Mitch Hartman in Andrean's 5-2 win Tuesday.
Andrean head baseball coach Dave Pishkur is sprayed with champagne by his wife, Gretchen Pishkur, after his 800th career victory against South Bend Clay.
Andrean head baseball coach Dave Pishkur is shown on a shirt celebrating his 800th win against South Bend Clay.
Andrean players sign a baseball for their head coach Dave Pishkur after his 800th win against South Bend Clay at Andrean.
Andrean head baseball coach Dave Pishkur, center, is congratulated by South Bend Clay head coach Chad Hudnall after Pishkur's 800th win against Clay.
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