News From Terre Haute, Indiana

May 1, 2013

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STAFF REPORT
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TERRE HAUTE — Terre Haute North got a 36 from medalist Sam Pollock as it defeated Rockville 152-195 in boys high school golf Tuesday at Hulman Links.

Terre Haute North 152, Rockville 195

Terre Haute North (152) — Sam Pollock 36, Adam LaGrange and Evan Perdiew 38, Andrew Behnke 40.

Rockville (195) — Andrew Weisheit 37, Osaac Baggerly 48, Jacob Gregg 48, Conner Hartman 62.

Monday

At Forest Park

T.H. South 147, Northview 157, Linton 157

Terre Haute South (147) — Drew Cahill 33, Ryan Cahill 37, Sam Mimms 38, Braxton McIntyre 39.

Northview (157) — Blake Bennett 36, Sam Grimes 39, Keegan Roembke 41, Dylan Nesty 41.

Linton (157) — Cole Bradbury 36, Clayton French 38, Koye Kaiser 40, Evan Sipes 43.

Next — South will participate in the Indianapolis North Central Invitational on Saturday.

Saturday

At West Chase

Brownsburg Invitational

Team scores — Brownsburg 298, Plainfield 312, Hamilton Heights 325, Franklin Central 337, Indian Creek 337, Western Boone 337, Franklin 339, Lafayette Jeff 340, New Palestine 358, Speedway 362, Cloverdale 383, Danville 389, Pike 389, Covenant Christian 406. 

Cloverdale (383) — Freddy Fislar 86, Rylan Mattocks 94, Chase Snyder 98, Aaron Whitlock 100, Devin Bassett 101.

Next — Cloverdale hosted South Putnam and Tri-West on Monday.

Baseball

* Bloomington North 14, Shakamak 1 — At Jasonville, Class A No. 4-ranked Shakamak committed an uncharacteristic six errors in the five-inning loss.

Bloomington North     171 50 —  14 14  1

Shakamak                    001 00 —     6

W — Dylan Stutsman. L — Braden Scott, 0-1.

Next — Shakamak (13-2) will be at home Friday to take on Loogootee.

* South Vermillion 8, Sullivan 5 — At Clinton, South Vermillion withstood visiting Sullivan’s four-run rally in the seventh inning to win in Western Indiana Conference action.

Sullivan                    010 000 4 5 8 3

South Vermillion    303 020 x 8 6 6

W — Jordan Branz, 7-2. L — Jarrad Klitz. Sv — Kaden Lawson (1).

Highlights — For South Vermillion, Kaden Lawson hit a 3-run homer, his 3rd roundtripper of the season, and made the pitching save; T.J. Terry singled in 2 runs; and Nathan Luft and Kam Weyrauch each doubled. For Sullivan, Cody Turner, Cameron McNeely and Camdon Kuppler each had 2 hits.

Monday score — At Cloverdale, South Vermillion lost to Cloverdale 8-2. Austin Manaan homered for the Clovers.

Next — South Vermillion (8-5 overall, 3-0 WIC) will play Thursday at Riverton Parke.

At Paris, Ill.

Casey  210 420 2 11 14 2

Paris   302 140 2 12 13 0

W — Jordan Sweet, 1-0. L — Matt McCown.

Highlights — For Paris, Hunter Morris went 4 for 4 with 2 triples and 5 RBIs, Riley Spencer went 2 for 4 with 3 RBIs, Alex Elmore went 2 for 3 1 RBI, Ryan Coffman went 2 for 2 with 5 runs scored and Jake Whitacre went 1 for 3 with 3 runs scored. For Casey, Matt McCown went 2 for 4 with a home run and 5 RBIs, Austin Glidewell went 3 for 3 with 2 RBIs, Ethan Williams went 3 for 4 and Sean McCown went 2 for 3 with 3 RBIs.

Next — Paris (15-8) will be at home Friday to take on Westville.

At Marshall, Ill.

Arthur      013  010  7   2

Marshall  330 050  x 11 14 3

W — Miller, 1-1. L — Plank.

Highlights — For Marshall, K.J. Rogers was 3 for 5 with 2 doubles and a 2-run homer, Keegan Steele was 3 for 4 with an RBI, John Sisson was 2 for 4 with 2 runs scored and Austin Osborn had a double and 4 RBIs.

Record — Marshall was 11-7 after this game.

Track

* Northview hosts meet — At Brazil, Edgewood won the boys and girls meets against Northview and Greencastle.

BOYS

Team scores — Edgewood 87, Northview 43, Greencastle 37. 

HJ — Michael Bowman (E) 6-0; D — Wood (Greencastle) 122-2; LJ — Levi Brown (N) 19-9; PV —Travis Beil (N) 10-6; SP — Jesse Miller (N) 43-11; 3,200 relay — Greencastle 8:42.70; 110 H — Austin Smith (Edgewood) 15.09; 100 — Levi Beyers (E) 11.20; 1,600 — Hank Phillips (E) 4:45.50; 400 relay — Edgewood 45.18; 400 — Zack Harrison (E) 52.12; 300 IH — Smith (E) 40.81; 800 — Mikey Mest (E) 2:04.20; 200 — Ian Heffner (N) 23.44; 3,200 — Hank Phillips (E) 10:33.00; 1,600 relay — Edgewood 3:34.40.

GIRLS

Team scores — Edgewood 69, Northview 51, Greencastle 47. 

HJ — Allison White (G) 4-10; D — Alexus Bex (N) 93-2; LJ — Leeanna Knight (N) 17-0.5; PV — Megan Judge (E), 6-6; SP — Jessica Lenihan (G) 37-0; 3,200 relay — Greencastle 10:44.60; 100 H — Olivia Ashba (E) 14.96; 100 — Katlyn King (G) 12.65; 1,600 — Hannah Sears (E) 5:43.80; 400 relay — Northview 52.62; 400 — Olivia Ashba (E) 57.68; 300 LH — Gracie Geswein (N) 50.30; 800 — Colleen Weatherford (G) 2:26.40; 200 — Olivia Ashba (E) 25.60; 3,200 — Hannah Sears (E) 12:42.60; 1,600 relay — Edgewood 4:23.20.

Friday

GIRLS

At Toledo, Ill.

Lady Pirate Invitational

Team scores — Teutopolis 141, Marshall 106, Neoga 94.5, Cumberland 49.5, Effingham St. Anthony 47, Red Hill 45, Vandalia 16.5, St. Elmo 16, Altamont 16, Casey 14.5, Oakland 12.

Marshall results

100 — 1. Madison Henry 13.36; 200 — 1. Henry 27.68; 400 — 1. Henry 1:02.18; 800 — 1. Teresa Gorrell 2:32.68; 3,200 — 1. Maisie Lay 12:28.31, 6. Teal Burnett 14:48.56; 4x800 — 1. (Lay, Burnett, Sydney Davidson, Gorrell) 10:25.06 (school record); 1,600 — 2. Lay 5:47.03, 6. Davidson 6:01.28; SP — 2. Katie Maurer 32-1, 4. Ariana Kuhn 31-2; D — 2. Kuhn 105-8; 4x400 — 2. (Hannah Jones, Gorrell, Lay, Burnett) 4:27.21; 300H — 4. Jones 50.30; 4x100 — 4. (Jones, Mallory Dashiell, Maurer, Kuhn) 55.50.

At Olney, Ill., relays

Team scores — Olney 97, Salem 59, Robinson 55, Teutopolis 54, Lawrenceville 30.

Robinson results

SP — 2. Keefer 31-11 3/4, 4. Trimble 28-5 1/2; LJ — 5. Kelso 12-11; PV — 2. Hawkins 6-0; Distance medley — 3. Robinson 14:48.31; D — 2. Keefer 88-3 1/4, 4. Keefer 74-4; 4x100 — 3. Robinson 57.0; Sprint medley — 2. Robinson 4:56.78; 800 medley — 3. Robinson 2:08.13; 4x800 — 3. Robinson 11:32.11; 4x200 — 3. Robinson 2:04.78; 4x400 — 4. Robinson 5:08.07.

BOYS

At Newton, Ill., Invitational

Team scores — Robinson 92, Olney 83, Charleston 80, Effingham 76, Mattoon 66, Newton 49, Teutopolis 43, Casey 42, Shelbyville 33, Fairfield 19, Altamont 18, Effingham St. Anthony 8, Lawrenceville 5.

100 — 5. Michael Noble (Cas) 11.81; HH — 2. Michael Akande (R) 16.03; 1,600 frosh-soph relay — 2. Robinson 3:43.73; 1,600 relay — 1. Robinson 3:29.50; IH — 1. Josh Blome (Cas) 42.93; 3,200 relay — 3. Robinson 8:49.37; 400 — 2. Alex Schulte (R) 53.09, 6. Cole Chipman (R) 55.06; 400 relay — 4. Casey 46.20; 800 — 1. Blake Hale (R) 1:57.51; 800 frosh-soph relay — 2. Robinson 1:39.82, 4. Casey 1:40.75; D — 2. Nic Iovanac (R) 146-1, 3. Jesse Richart (R) 136-4; LJ — 5. Joe Smith (R) 19-0; PV — Riley Smith (Cas) 14-9, 3. Blome (Cas) 14-0, 6. Seth Keeler (R) 12-6; SP — 1. Iovanac (R) 52-5 1/2, 3. Parker Buenzli (Cas) 43-9; TJ — 3. Austin Weck (R) 40-4 1/2.

Softball

Monday

At Sullivan

Shakamak 100 011 2 5

Sullivan       011 022 x 6

W — Kyleigh Jones. L — Laura Sue Irons.

Highlights — For Sullivan, Kylee Wills went 2 for 3 with a home run, Tori Stamper went 3 for 4 with 2 runs scored, Cassie Mahurin went 2 for 4 with 2 RBIs and Kaiti Basinger knocked in 2 runs. For Shakamak, Meghan Miller went 3 for 4 with a double and 3 RBIs and Amber Chesterfield went 2 for 4.

Tennis

* Turkey Run 4, Attica 1 — At Marshall, Ind., the host Warriors swept the singles in posting their third victory of the season.

Singles — Hannah Smith (TR) def. Emily Tillotson 6-0, 6-0; Hannah Delp (TR) def. Emily Whistler 6-1, 6-1; Brianna Hutton (TR) def. Vanessa Whistler 6-0, 6-1. 

Doubles — Linda McFarland-Courtney Hardman (TR) def. Bryson Sullivan-Lynsey Snider 6-3, 6-0; Chloe Spragg-Maggie Mroczkiewicz (A) def. Becky Cox-Hannah Stumpf 6-3, 1-6, 7-5.

Record — Turkey Run is now 3-5.

Monday

GIRLS

Crawfordsville 5, Northview 0

Singles — Kassidy Bonebrake (C) def. Haley Leach 6-3, 6-3; Hannah Chalmers (C) def. Nicole Linton 6-2, 6-0; Destynee Nelson (C) def. Kaysia Reberger 6-0, 6-1.

Doubles — Lizzy Katzenberger-Mia Katzenberger (C) def. Haylee Dickison-Ramey Miller 6-1, 6-0; Elizabeth Flynn-Emma Heinold (C) def. Jessica Baker -Shelby Timberman 4-6, 6-2, 6-3.

JV — Tied 4-4.