News From Terre Haute, Indiana

October 7, 2012

PREP ROUNDUP: South tennis season ends in semistate to No. 2 Park Tudor

STAFF REPORT
The Tribune-Star

TERRE HAUTE — No. 2-ranked Park Tudor proved too powerful and ousted Terre Haute South’s boys tennis team from the IHSAA state tournament Saturday with a 5-0 victory at the Center Grove Semistate.

Park Tudor, which won every match in straight sets Saturday, will move on to the eight-team state finals Friday at Indianapolis North Central.

“A lot of the matches [Saturday] had some good points,” South coach Bill Blankenbaker said. “It was better than what it looked like on paper. I was pleased with the way we played.”

The Braves (15-4) will lose only one senior starter, Alex Barksdale, to graduation for 2013. That caused Blankenbaker to say: “I’m looking forward to next season already.”



Park Tudor 5, Terre Haute South 0

Singles — Dan Rayl (PT) def. Nathan Bogle 6-2, 6-1; Scott Thygesen (PT) def. Krishan Kumar 6-2, 6-4; Pete Dakich (PT) def. Alex Barksdale 6-4, 6-0.

Doubles — Graham Reinbold-Jack McCarter (PT) def. Scott Kellar-Reed Crawford 6-1, 6-0; Levi Fiegel-Alex Bertolini (PT) def. Trace Harruff-Luke Yeagley 6-1, 6-1.

Next — Park Tudor (21-2) will advance to the eight-team state finals, which begin Friday at Indianapolis North Central. South finished 15-4.

Soccer

Boys

• Covington 2, West Vigo 1, OT — At West Vigo, the host Vikings fell in extra time in attempting to defend their Class A sectional championship.

Cody Romanelly scored West Vigo’s only goal in the second half. Covington also scored in the second half to force extra time.



• Sullivan 3, South Knox 2 — At Bicknell, the Golden Arrows scored the first two goals of the second period and held off the Spartans to win the Class A North Knox Sectional.

Luke McPhail gave Sullivan a 1-0 lead early, and Tucker Smith and Jonathon Cox had the second-period tallies for the Arrows, who play Forest Park at 5 p.m. Thursday at the Gibson Southern Regional.



South Knox    1    1    —    2

Sullivan    1    2    —    3

Sullivan goals — Luke McPhail, Tucker Smith, Jonathon Cox.

South Knox scoring not available.

Next — Sullivan (10-8) plays Forest Park (8-8-2) at 5 p.m. Thursday at the Gibson Southern Regional.



Girls

• Sullivan 5, North Knox 0 — At Sullivan, the host Golden Arrows won their third straight sectional title as they shutout the Warriors. Maddie Figg had two goals and Hannah McPhail had a goal and two assists.

The Arrows will play Evansville Mater Dei in the South Knox Regional at next Saturday.



North Knox    0    0    —    0

Sullivan    3    2    —    5

Sullivan goals — Maddie Figg (McKenzie Sharp); Hannah McPhail (Darby Siscoe); Figg (McPhail); Siscoe (Adison South); South (McPhail).

Next — Sullivan (15-3-1) will play Evansville Mater Dei in the South Knox Regional next Saturday.



Volleyball

• Patriots, Braves both 0-2 — At Terre Haute South, both Terre Haute North and the host Braves lost to Carmel and Lawrence North in Metropolitan Interscholastic Conference play Saturday.



Lawrence North    19    25    25    25

Terre Haute North    25    16    21    18

Highlights — For Terre Haute North, Anna Taylor had 17 assists, 3 digs, 2 blocks, a kill, 14 points and an ace; Mandee Eberle 8 kills, 6 digs, 3 blocks, 14 points and an ace; Danielle Krupa 6 kills, 2 digs, 15 points and 3 aces; Kristen Mauer 8 digs, 15 points and an ace; Maddy Howes 8 digs, 9 points and an ace; Valerie Lewis a dig, a block, an assist and 11 points; Brianna Burgess 3 kills, a dig and 2 points; Shelby Lawler 5 digs; Lauren Comer a kill and a block; and Emily New a dig.

JV — North won 2-1.



Carmel    25    25    25

Terre Haute North    13    15    17

Highlights — For North, Anna Taylor had 13 assists, 3 digs and 8 points; Kristen Mauer 5 digs and 12 points; Mandee Eberle 3 digs, 3 blocks and 4 points; Maddy Howes 5 digs and 4 points; Valerie Lewis 3 kills and 4 points; Brianna Burgess 4 kills; Danielle Krupa 2 kills and 4 points; Shelby Lawler 4 points; Emily New 4 points; Natalie Lewis 3 kills.

JV — Carmel won 2-0.

Next — North (14-8, 3-4 MIC) has its Senior Night on Tuesday against Rockville.



Lawrence North    25    25    25

Terre Haute South    20    15    22

Highlights — For Lawrence North, Jesse Earl had 19 kills, 19 digs and 4 aces; Annie Beasley added 13 kills and 10 digs; and Emily Meng contributed 40 assists. No highlights were reported for South.

Record — South, which also lost to Carmel 3-0 Saturday, is 13-11 overall.



• Northview wins title — At Crawfordsville, Northview defeated Danville, Fishers, Beech Grove and Chesterton to capture the North Montgomery Invitational championship.



Northview    25    25

Danville    20    19



Northview    25    25

Fishers    13    11



Northview    25    25

Beech Grove    22    19



Northview    26    25    15

Chesterton    28    19    12

Highlights — For the tournament, Northview’s leaders were Brylie Riddell with 41 kills, 10 digs, 9 blocks and 3 aces; Kenzi Kumpf had 37 kills, 7 aces and 6 digs; Madison McDonald had 63 assists, 15 digs, 4 aces and 3 kills; Shelbi Morris had 25 kills, 5 aces and 3 digs; Taylor Hess had 44 assists, 9 digs and 2 kills; Morgan Stearley had 17 kills and 12 assists; Audrey Clark had 24 digs; Ashley Heck had 14 digs and 2 aces; Makayla Rowan had 6 kills and 13 blocks; Hannah Willocks had 9 digs; and Alexus Bex had 7 kills, 2 digs and 2 assists.

Next — Northview (25-5) will be at home Monday to take on Danville.



• Panthers take RP Invitational — At Mecca, Riverton Parke defeated Attica and North Vermillion to claim the Riverton Parke Invitational title.



South Vermillion    25    23    6

North Vermillion    22    25    15



Riverton Parke    25    25

Attica    17    17



Consolation

South Vermillion    25    25

Attica    22    18



Championship

Riverton Parke    25    25

North Vermillion    18    9

Highlights — For Riverton Parke in the two matches, Kinzie Pollard 13 points, an ace, 2 kills, 12 digs and 39 assists; Kelli Combs 26 points, an ace, 3 kills and 13 digs; Paige Yando 6 points, 6 kills, 2 blocks and 10 digs; Sara Dickey 4 points, an ace, 24 kills, 4 blocks and 7 digs; Rachel Austin 2 points, 10 kills, 3 blocks and 4 digs; Shelby Benell 4 points, an ace and 1 kill; Emily Virostko 4 points; Hali Furr 3 digs; and Shelby Edington 4 digs.

Next — Riverton Parke (23-4) plays Monday at Southmont.



At Vincennes

North Central    26    25    24    11    9

Vincennes Rivet    24    13    26    25    15



Cascade Invitational

At Clayton

Clay City    19    13

Indianapolis Ritter    25    25

Football

• Linton 71, Union 0 — At Dugger, Koye Kaiser scored five times for the Miners as they hiked their record to 8-0 in Friday's Southwest Seven Conference contest.

Kaiser scored once on a pass from Austin Karaszia and on runs of 58, 2, 18 and 25 yards. He rushed for 112 yards on four carries while Karaszia hit on 5 of 6 passes for 82 yards.



Linton    34    19    12    6    —    71

Union    0    0    0    0    —    0

Next — Linton (8-0, 5-0 SSC) plays North Central at 1:30 p.m. next Saturday in Lucas Oil Stadium. Union (2-6, 0-5) will be at Wood Memorial on Friday.



• North Central 41, Wood Memorial 0 — At Farmersburg, Chase VanSchoyck of the Thunderbirds was “held” to 202 yards — but carried only 13 times, once in the second half — as the host team remained unbeaten in Southwest Seven Conference play.

Dillon Bailey added 101 yards in 11 carries and Justin Burris 75 yards in only six tries as North Central, for the second week in a row, didn’t attempt a pass. The T-Birds averaged 11 yards per carry, 407 yards on 37 attempts.



Wood Memorial    0    0    0    0    —    0

North Central    14    15    6    6    —    41

Highlights — Dante Rehmel led the winners with 12.5 tackles.

Next — North Central (7-1, 5-0 SSC) plays Linton next Saturday in Lucas Oil Stadium. Wood Memorial (0-8, 0-5) hosts Union on Friday.



• North Vermillion 25, Fountain Central 21 — At Veedersburg, Kody Zumwalt’s 30-yard fourth-quarter touchdown run decided a battle of Wabash River Conference unbeatens.

Zumwalt finished with 176 yards rushing, while Brayden Woodard rushed for 95 yards and passed for 85 more.



North Vermillion    6    6    6    7    —    25

Fountain Central    6    0    7    8    —    21

FC — Duane 48 run (kick failed)

NV — Woodard 60 run (kick failed)

NV — Zumwalt 80 run (kick failed)

NV — Lee 18 pass from Woodard (pass failed)

FC — Bowlus 51 pass from Pierce (Viveros kick)

FC — Duane 60 pass from Pierce (Bowlus pass from Pierce)

NV — Zumwalt 30 run (Scott kick)

Next — North Vermillion (8-0, 6-0 WRC) completes its regular season at Seeger on Friday. Fountain Central (7-1, 5-1) hosts Rockville that night.

• Turkey Run 26, Covington 6 — At Marshall, Ind., the Warriors improved to 3-5 overall and 2-4 in the Wabash River Conference with a victory on Friday.

The Warriors host Attica in their regular-season finale this Friday.



• Lawrenceville 26, Marshall 7 — At Marshall, Ill., Austin Osborne scored Marshall’s touchdown in Little Illini Egyptian Conference action Friday night.

Brock Hook rushed for 84 yards for the Lions.

Marshall (1-6) plays host to Oblong in Senior Night action Friday.



• Robinson 22, Flora 6 — At Robinson, Ill., Jason Richart rushed for 124 yards and Lucas Bell for 112 more as the host Maroons made themselves playoff-eligible with a Little Illini Egyptian Conference win.



Flora    0    6    0    0    —    6

Robinson    0    14    0    8    —    22

R — Bell 1 run (kick failed)

F — Nicholson 73 pass from Leib (conversion failed)

R — Keeler 4 fumble return (Beard pass from Stevens)

R — Richard 10 run (Richart run)

Next — Robinson (5-2, 4-1 LIC) hosts Casey and Flora (1-6, 0-5) plays at Cumberland on Friday.



• Arcola 40, Martinsville 7 — At Martinsville, Ill., Arcola spoiled homecoming for the Bluestreaks on Friday.

Dakotah Scott netted 139 yards rushing for the host team and scored the only touchdown for Martinsville.



Arcola    13    27    0    0    —    40

Martinsville    0    0    0    7    —    7

Next — Martinsville (2-5, 1-3 Little Okaw Valley) plays Friday at Cerro Gordo.



• Casey 29, Red Hill 6 — At Casey, Ill., the Warriors remained unbeaten in Little Illini Eastern competition.



Red Hill    0    0    0    6    —    6

Casey    6    8    15    0    —    29

C — Austin Glidewell 11 run (run failed)

C — Nicco Stepina 12 run (Stepina run)

C — Levi Keigley 27 pass from Stepina (Jesse Burnett kick)

C — Ajaye Meeks 37 run (Zack Murphy pass from Stepina)

RH — Derek Clevy 77 run (run failed)

Next — Casey (7-0) plays Friday at Robinson.