Terre Haute North’s boys tennis team swept perennial Southern Indiana power Silver Creek 5-0 in a match played at Bloomington South High School.
The Patriots swept all five matches. North’s No. 1 doubles team of Alex Farmer and Sam Wolf won in straight sets.
North improved to 4-2 and will play host to the North Invitational on Saturday
Singles — Tate Egan (THN) def. Jake Steele 6-1, 6-0; Ethan Caldwell (THN) def. Brennan Thompson 6-2, 6-3; Andrew Farmer (THN) def. Andrew Eckerd 6-4, 6-1.
Doubles — Alex Farmer-Sam Wolf (THN) def. Isaac Coinn-Nick Sprinkle 6-0, 6-0; Keaton Akers-Justin Newton (THN) def. Gabe Bauer-Jarrett French 6-0, 6-1.
JV — North won 4-0.
Next — North (4-2) plays host to the North Invitational on Saturday
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In other tennis action:
• West Vigo 3, South Vermillion 2 — At Clinton, the Vikings swept the singles matches and it proved to be the difference against the Wildcats.
Singles — Kyle Watson (WV) def. Ben Cvengros 7-5, 6-1; Paden Horsley (WV) def. Kam Weyrauch 6-2, 6-1; Blake Benefiel (WV) def. Conner Blake 6-2, 6-1.
Doubles — Aaron Hines-Kaden Lawson (SV) def. Tyson Tolerson-Chris Gardner 6-4, 5-7, 6-4; Eric Hire-Jordan Branz (SV) def. Logan Benefiel-Michael Vermillion 6-3, 6-4.
JV — West Vigo won 3-2.
Next — West Vigo (4-2, 2-0) will play Rockville and South Vermillion (record not reported) will play at Fountain Central today.
• Northview 4, Greencastle 1 — At Brazil, the Knights won a nonconference match against the Tiger Cubs.
Singles — Landon Miller (G) def. Devin Clark 6-3, 6-2; Bryce Britton (N) def. Mike Waddell 6-0, 6-1; Skyler Holifield (N) def. Alex Asbell 6-3, 6-1.
Doubles — Kyle Moore-Alex Coughanowr (N) def. Jason Ummel-Adam Gerard 6-1, 6-3; Gaddis Baysinger-Damon Bess (N) def. Christian Richie-Kaleb Fleming 3-6, 6-0, 6-3.
Next — Northview (record not reported) plays at Sullivan on Thursday.
• Rockville 4, South Putnam 1 — At Rockville, the Rox won all of the singles matches in straight sets to vanquish the Eagles.
Singles — Garrett Baysinger (R) def. J.D. Briones 6-2, 6-4; Kurtis Overpeck (R) def. Tyler Long 6-0, 6-0; Ryan Richmond (R) def. Colin Berry 6-2, 6-2..
Doubles — Trey Moore-Aaron Cole (SP) def. Chance Becker-Craig Overpeck 6-4, 6-3; Anthony Stowe-Dakota Whitmer (R) def. Jake Carmichael-Zane Crosby 4-6, 7-5, 6-2.
Next — Rockville (4-6) plays at West Vigo today.
• Owen Valley 4, Sullivan 1 — At Spencer, the Patriots won a Western Indiana Conference match against the Golden Arrows.
Singles — Kendal Norman (OV) def. Luke Willis 6-0, 6-0; Corbin Worland (OV) def. Jake Pirtle 6-1, 6-1; William Arnett (S) def. Eric Kong 6-1, 6-1.
Doubles — Noah Woodruff-Hogan McHaley (OV) def. Austin Bobbitt-Carson Willis 7-5, 6-2; Jonathan Carey-Anthony Sessions (OV) def. Riley Pirtle-Chris Schlatter 6-1, 7-6..
Next — Sullivan (1-6) plays at North Central today.
• NE Dubois 5, Linton 0 — At Linton, the Jeeps swept the Miners in a nonconference sweep.
Singles — Tyler Haas (ND) def. Cody Kocher 6-1, 6-0; Gage Knies (ND) def. Mitchell Cox 6-1, 6-0; Cayden Knies (ND) def. Zack McGill 6-0, 6-0.
Doubles — William Schepers-Tristan Linne (ND) def. Alex Wilson-Andrew Woods 6-0, 6-0; Ethan Kieffner-Patrick Betz (ND) def. Dalton Van Patten-Rain Foster 6-0, 6-0.
Next — Linton (0-7) plays host to Bloomfield today.
• Linton 226, West Vigo 247 — At Rea Park, the Miners picked up a victory Tuesday.
Since both teams had three players, the No. 3 score was counted twice for both teams to get a team score.
Katie Wells shot 51 for Linton to take medalist honors and Olivia Butterman led West Vigo with 54.
At Rea Park
Linton (226) — Katie Wells 51, Darcy Andis 57, Rachel Allen 59
West Vigo (247) — Olivia Butterman 54, Elizabeth Favre 57, Heather Prouse 68
Next —Both teams have matches today. West Vigo meets South Vermillion and Rockville at Rea Park. Linton plays North Daviess at Phil Harris Course.
• Northview prevails — At Brazil, the host Knights won a four-way match with Rockville, South Putnam and South Vermillion.
At Forest Park
Northview (181) — Keirsten Mikesell 42, Karlie Atkinson 45, Sierra Girton 45, MaKenzie Brown 49, Megan Heaton 51, Faith Wells 51, Kenzie Mager 56, Sydney Lynch 57
Rockville (197) — Meghan Bullington 48, Kristin Wheeler 49, Micah Moore 49, Megan Baxter 51, Alexia Lear 57, Haley Lewis 61
South Putnam (198) — Caitlyn Boyce 45, Madison Cash 46, Kyndra Boyce 49, Sarah Woodworth 58, Clair Perry 64
South Vermillion (204) — Kristi Thomas 47, Tori Vitaniemi 48, Madison Miller 54, Rachel Vicars 55, Billie Rayce 55, Shayna Craft 58, MaKenna Adams 61, Paige Maurice 63.
• Marshall 171, Cumberland 200 — At Marshall, Ill., the Lions improved to 9-2 with a dual-match win.
Marshall (171) — Wade Kibler 40, John Sisson 42, Kyle Sandefer 44, Keifer Treece 45.
Marshall girls: Leighanne Hildebrand 53, Mackenzie Switzer 56.
Next — Marshall (9-2) plays Robinson on Thursday.
• West Vigo boys prevail — At West Terre Haute, Jonah Eckert won the race with a time of 19 minutes, 14 seconds as the Vikings won.
The girls also ran, but no team score was recorded.
Top 10 — Jonah Eckert (WV) 19:14, Austin Romanelli (WV) 20:16, Derek Braun (WV) 21:16, Brody Donnelly (WV) 22:28, Chris Worthington (C) 22:48, Tomas Suarez (C) 22:59, Eason Manners (WV) 23:03, Zac Otte (WV) 23:39, Davin Donnelly (WV) 23:43, Christian LaFarey (C) 24:48.
Top 10 — Claudia Monnett (C) 23:10, Bailee Stevens (C) 24:00, Shaelynn White (WV) 24:40, Amilia Nalley (C) 26:10, Shelby Sparks (WV) 26:30, Katie Jones (WV) 28:20, 7. Acheta Tolerson (WV) 29:49, Laura Worthington (C) 31:08, Shelbi Edington (WV) 34:50, Delanee Hurst (WV) 37:59.
Next — West Vigo will compete in Saturday’s Brown County Invitational.
• Riverton Parke 3, Attica 0 — At Mecca, the Panthers swept their first Wabash River Conference match of the season.
Attica 19 16 15
Riverton Parke 25 25 25
Highlights — For Riverton Parke, Sara Dickey had 12 points, 16 kills, 10 digs; Rachel Austin had 9 points, 3 aces; Paige Yando had 8 points, 6 kills, 5 digs; Kelly Combs had 7 points, 1 ace, 6 digs; Shelby Bennell had 6 points, 2 aces; Kenzie Pollard had 3 points, 2 kills, 8 digs, 23 assists.
Next — Riverton Parke (5-2, 1-0) plays at Paris tonight.
• Sullivan 3, Shakamak 1 — At Jasonville, Jackie Bezy had 21 kills to lead the Golden Arrows.
Sullivan 18 25 25 25
Shakamak 25 12 15 19
Highlights — For Sullivan, Jackie Bezy had 21 kills, Bailee Powell had 10 kills, 9 digs and 6 points, Jaleigh Gilham had 10 digs and 7 points, Abigail Hornback had 11 points and 9 digs; Taylor Shake had 29 assists, 10 points and 9 digs; Tori Stamper had 18 points, Kelsey Badger had 6 points and 5 digs.
Next — Sullivan (4-6) plays host to Northview and Shakamak (record not reported) plays at North Knox on Thursday.
• T.H. South 5, Greencastle 0 — At Greencastle, the Braves won a nonconference match. Courtney Hubbard had two goals for the Braves.
TH South 2 3 — 5
Greencastle 0 0 — 0
South goals — Courtney Hubbard (Eleanor Carr); Kaley Buza (C. Hubbard); C. Hubbard (Anne Hubbard); Abby Pigg (Mackenzie Morello); Megan Morello (unassited).
Next — T.H. South (4-1) plays host to Martinsville on Monday.
• Bloomington North 3, T.H. South 0 — At TH South, the Braves fell to Bloomington North. No other details were reported at press time.
Terre Haute North’s boys tennis team swept perennial Southern Indiana power Silver Creek 5-0 in a match played at Bloomington South High School.
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