TERRE HAUTE —
Sullivan remained unbeaten in nine-hole matches for boys high school golf teams on Tuesday at Hulman Links.
The Arrows improved to 14-0 for the season, edging Terre Haute North 156-160.
North senior Adam LaGrange shot par-36 for medalist honors. North freshman Cam Lewellyn had 39. “The wind was not a big factor,” said LaGrange.
Nathan Pirtle and Colton Kuppler each carded 37 to lead the 19th-ranked Arrows. Riley Pirtle and Jace Moody each had 41 to round out the scoring.
Sullivan 156, Terre Haute North 160
Sullivan (156) — Nathan Pirtle 37, Colton Kuppler 37, Luke Willis 45, Riley Pirtle 41, Jace Moody 41.
Terre Haute North (160) — Adam LaGrange 36, Cam Lewellyn 39, Gunar Alumbaugh 45, Jaret Morlan 42, Nathan Higbie 43.
Next — Sullivan (14-0) plays Union, Washington Catholic and White River Valley today at Sullivan Elks. Terre Haute North (4-4) is in the Vigo County Championship today at Rea Park.
In other boys high school golf Tuesday:
• Terre Haute South 150, Linton 175 — At Phil Harris Course in Linton, Drew Cahill hit a hole-in-one on the 135-yard No. 7 hole with a pitching wedge on his way to a 35 for medalist honors to lead the Braves.
Terre Haute South (150) — Drew Cahill 35, Ryan Cahill 36, Pierce Gordon 39, Braxton McIntyre 40, Darin Pemberton 41, Gregory Stultz 41.
• South Vermillion 178, Fountain Central 186 — At Geneva Hills, Logan Waldrop shot 41 to lead the Wildcats.
At Geneva Hills
Fountain Central (186) — Isaac Stonebreaker 47, Jacob Brown 45, Shelby Curtis 46, Tyler Hoagland 48.
South Vermillion (178) — Logan Waldrop 41, Vince Cvengros 42, Colton Rosnett 47, Adam Clarkson 48, Jared Moore 48.
Medalist — Chance Howard (Seeger) 39.
Next — South Vermillion (5-5) plays at Terre Haute North on Thursday.
• West Vigo 9, Riverton Parke 5 — At Mecca, Baylee Waters and Charity Lane had three hits each and Shelby Edington three RBI as the visiting Vikings won a nonconference game Tuesday.
On Monday, West Vigo failed to clinch the Western Indiana Conference championship, losing 6-3 to visiting Edgewood, but is still guaranteed to at least tie for the WIC title.