The Indians played the Courtland Cubs at home on Wednesday night, July 18.
Indians 18
Cubs 8
As the regular season comes to an end for the Indians, they are looking to keep their players healthy and rested, as the State Tournament looms in the not so distant future.
The game against the Cubs was a fun one for the Indians. Everybody got some reps, and it was a good confidence booster for all.
The Indians opened up the first inning with six runs. The last four were scored while they had two outs. Carter Brinkman would spark the Indians offensively and the rest would follow suit.
Joey Walter scored in the second with Alan Woitas getting the RBI. The Cubs trickled in runs here and there, but Austin Fischer kept them mostly in check from the mound.
If the Indians didn’t prove they were hot offensively in the first, they surely did in the fourth, with another six-run inning. This inning started with a series of monster hits, back to back triples by Walter and Alan Woitas, then Matt Mielke doubled to top it off.  
With the game well in hand, the Indians stretched for the 10-run rule and secured it in the seventh with a five-run inning.
Fischer started for the Indians, pitching four innings, marking six hits and five runs, while striking out three. Alan Woitas came in as relief, totaling six hits and three runs, while striking out six.
At the plate:
Chad Armbruster, 3 for 3, with 3 RBIs.
Alex Woitas, 2 for 4, with 2 RBIs.
Brandon Streich, 1 for 2, with 3 RBIs.
Marc Riederer, 1 for 2, with 2 RBIs.
Alan Woitas, 1 for 2, with 3 RBIs.
Joey Walter, 2 for3.
Grizzlies 5
Indians 3
The Indians hosted the Searles Grizzlies on Friday night, July 20.
The Grizzlies scored early and the Indians tied the game up at 2-2 after the fourth. Matt Mielke got the RBI when Alan Woitas scored the first run. Then Chad Armbruster stole home, thanks to the Indians unorthodox base stealing method used earlier this summer.
The Indians came close to scoring again during the seventh, but ended up leaving Jared Beltz stranded on third.
The Grizzlies pulled away during the seventh, scoring an additional three runs. Score 5-2. The Indians did show some fight in the ninth, Sean Salfer was brought home by Andrew Woitas, but not enough to win the game.
Andrew Woitas pitched the majority of the game for the Indians. He pitched for six innings, struck out five and gave up seven hits and two runs. Alex Woitas pitched the last three innings, striking out one and giving up four hits and three runs.
At the plate:
Jared Beltz, 3 for 3.
Alan Woitas, 2 for 4.
Andrew Woitas, 1 for 4 and an RBI.
Longhorns 6
Indians 1
The Indians played out at the old Stark baseball field against the Longhorns on Sunday, July 22, for the last game of their regular season.
The Indians were mostly snuffed out by the Longhorns on Sunday night. Stark broke out to an early  2-0 lead by the third. The Indians wouldn’t score until the sixth, when Joey Walter lost one in the cornfield for a solo homer.
The Longhorns added four more runs in the fifth and seventh innings and by the time the game ended, there was a five-run margin between the teams.
Alex Sellner pitched five innings for the Indians. He struck out one and gave up four hits and three runs. Sam Tessmer came in for a brief stint and pitched the sixth, striking out one and giving up two runs. Austin Fischer took the loss, striking out two, giving up a hit and walking two.
At the plate:
Joey Walter, 2 for 4, solo homerun and an RBI.
Matt Mielke, 1 for 3.
Jared Beltz, 1 for 3.