News From Terre Haute, Indiana

March 9, 2013

Metro Sports: Anderson, Smith earn all-state honors


The Tribune-Star

TERRE HAUTE — Nicole Anderson and Rhagan Smith have earned girls basketball all-state honors.

The two high school seniors from Terre Haute North and Sullivan respectively have been named to the 15-player senior all-state team selected by the Indiana Basketball Coaches Association.

Another member of the team is Mikale Rogers of Lawrence North.

Players tabbed on the honorable-mention list are Tasia Brewer of Terre Haute South, Sara Dickey of Riverton Parke, Darby Martin and Taylor Turchi of North Vermillion and Kelsey Pilant of Shakamak.

Players earning underclass honorable-mention status are Adrienne Pritchard of Terre Haute North, Mikayla Rowan of Northview and Alicia Wilson of Owen Valley.

Players from the Wabash Valley also have been selected for the Hoosier Basketball Top 60 workout slated for Sunday at Marian University.

Those chosen are Anderson, Brewer, Dickey, Sasha Robinson from Brown County, Turchi and Smith.

Rick Risinger of Heritage Christian will direct the two sessions of the workout. Coaches Mike Allen of Terre Haute North, Jerry Hoover of Logansport and Julie Meeks of Sullivan have been invited to assist at the workout.

Miscellaneous

n Free videos — Rose-Hulman has announced an expansion of its partnership with Stretch Internet to provide free video webcasts of live home athletic events for the next three years.

The updated agreement calls for the broadcast of all home football games, all home basketball games, all home baseball games and the majority of home games in softball and volleyball through the end of the 2015-16 academic year. Video for additional sports may be added in future years as facility network capability and staffing opportunities are provided.

Due to current staffing and production capabilities on campus, Rose-Hulman will be limited to broadcasting one sport per day. Softball and volleyball home games will be video broadcast unless baseball or football games are scheduled for the same day. Live in-game statistics will continue to be available for all games in eight sports.

Rose-Hulman students will serve in all film, production and broadcast roles. Video will be provided free to fans, with the complete game available on-demand just minutes following play through the college's Game Central Portal. The link to the Portal is available at www.rose-hulman.edu/sports. The on-demand video for baseball, softball and volleyball will require a password that must be obtained from the coaching staff to view.



Spring video broadcast schedule

Today — Baseball vs. Carthage (DH)

March 10 — Baseball vs. Carthage

March 16 — Baseball vs. DePauw and Concordia

March 20 — Softball vs. Greenville (DH)

March 23 — Softball vs. Defiance (DH)

March 30 — Softball vs. Bluffton (DH)

April 7 — Softball vs. St. Mary-of-the-Woods (DH)

April 9 — Baseball vs. Anderson

April 10 — Baseball vs. Washington (St. Louis)

April 12 — Softball vs. Spalding (DH)

April 13 — Baseball vs. Transylvania

April 14 — Baseball vs. Transylvania (DH)

April 19 — Baseball vs. Manchester

April 20 — Baseball vs. Manchester (DH)

April 26 — Baseball vs. Defiance

April 27 — Baseball vs. Defiance (DH)

May 15-19 — NCAA Mideast baseball regional (all games)