On Saturday, the ICC Indians had a chance to capture the North Division title. The Indians were two wins away from defending their division title, and they stepped up and swept East Mississippi with a 10-0 win in game one and an 11-1 win in game two.
Josh Chism was on the hill in game one where he threw a complete game two hit shut out to improve to 9-0 on the year.
The Indians' offensive attack started with a Dustin Lunn double in the bottom of the second.
Chism followed Lunn's double with a two run homerun off the scoreboard at Crubaugh Field.
Clint Alford and Lidge Mitchell drew back-to-back walks that set up a Jake Sloan double in the left field gap.
Wesley McCullough followed with a RBI single to center, and then Ladarrius Cole hit a double to left to give the Indians a 5-0 lead.
After two Indians got out, Lunn stepped up and hit his second double of the inning, but this time he drove in two runs.
The Indians led 7-0 after two innings but added a run to their lead in the bottom of the third on a McCullough solo home run.
The Indians added two more runs to their lead to capture game one 10-0.
Game two was all ICC, as they won 11-1 behind a Joseph Koon four-hitter. Justin Byrant hit a three run homer in the game, and the Indians wrapped up the North Division with a record of 19-1.
"It feels great to wrap up another north title, but we've got a lot more work to do this year," said Head Coach Rick Collier, who won his sixth division title in seven years. "Our guys came out today on a mission to take this north crown and take care of business, which they did very impressively, and I'm proud of every one of them."
ICC ends the regular season at home Saturday against rival Northeast at 3 p.m.