News From Terre Haute, Indiana


June 16, 2014

Prep/Metro roundup: Hambrock named to all-state tennis team

TERRE HAUTE — Lauren Hambrock of Terre Haute South was named to the all-state first team on Monday by the Indiana High School Tennis Coaches Association.

Hambrock reached the state finals in individual singles competition, losing a quarterfinal match to eventual state runner-up Jade Kawamoto of Greenwood.

South’s No. 1 doubles team of Pam Dorman and Sofia Saylor, who also advanced in individual competition, made the all-state second team.


• All-Star games at Anderson
— The fourth annual Class Basketball All-Star Classic games are Friday and Saturday at Anderson University.

Junior girls will play at 12:30 and 2 p.m. Friday, with junior boys at 6:30 and 8 that day. On Saturday, senior girls play at 12:30 and 2, senior boys at 6:30 and 8 and the Christian school all-star boys game is at 4 p.m.

Teams are divided to play for Class 1A-2A championships and Class 3A-4A championships.

Wabash Valley players involved are Marquise Moore of Cloverdale in 1A-2A junior boys, Mikayla Rowan of Northview in 3A-4A junior girls, Charlie Aimone of North and Timmy Herrin of Terre Haute South in 3A-4A junior boys and Adrienne Pritchard of Terre Haute North in 3A-4A senior girls.


• Pair of aces
— At Idle Creek, two holes-in-one were reported Sunday.

Martin Schmidt of Terre Haute used an 8-iron to ace the 115-yard third hole, a shot witnessed by L.Schmidt and C.Schmidt, and Ashley Matchett of Terre Haute used a 7-iron for his shot at the 145-yard ninth hole, witnessed by Don May, Rick Gordon and Pierce Gordon.

Auto racing

• Clauson wins finale
— At Kokomo, Bryan Clauson won the final race in the Indiana Midget Week competition on Sunday at Kokomo Speedway.

Clauson led the final 13 turns to win the 30-lap U.S. Auto Club feature with Tracy Hines second and Rico Abreu third.

Abreu took Midget Week honors and is first in the midget point totals.

 Sunday's results

Fast qualifier — Rico Abreu.

Heat winners — Brady Bacon, Ronnie Gardner, Christopher Bell, Tanner Thorson, Chris Windom (semi).

Feature — Bryan Clauson, Tracy Hines, Abreu, Dave Darland, Zach Daum, Michael Pickens, Kevin Thomas Jr., Thorson, Andrew Felker, Bacon, Justin Grant, Bell, Trey Marcham, Shane Cottle, Garrett Aitken.

Final Midget Week points — Abreu 275, Clauson 244, Hines 236, Darland 217, Pickens 177, Bell 176, Windom 159.

USAC midget point leaders — Abreu 481, Hines 388, Clauson 387, Bell 370, Darland 311.

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