Tribune-Star staff report
TERRE HAUTE —
Rose-Hulman took two Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference honors this week, with Andrew Stull and Austin Schultheis recognized for their work over the weekend.
Stull was Baseball Pitcher of the Week, while Schultheis was Men’s Field Athlete of the Week.
Stull pitched a three-hit shutout against Bluffton on Friday in the Engineers’ HCAC opener, striking out three, walking three and allowing just one hit after the third inning. He lowered his earned run average for the year to 2.16.
Schultheis was a triple winner in the Early Bird Invitational as the Engineers opened their outdoor season by winning a five-way competition. He was first in javelin (174 feet), long jump (21-10.25) and high jump (6-1.25). It is his third such award of the year, the first two coming during the indoor season.
Rose baseball is now 8-4 overall and 3-0 in HCAC games. The Engineers host Hanover this weekend.
Both men’s and women’s track and field teams compete Saturday at Hanover.
• Honors for coach, players — Two players from Paris High School have been named to the Apollo all-conference boys basketball team.
Riley Spencer is on the first team and Audie Temples is on the second team.
Coach Shawn Nugent also will be honored as district co-coach of the year. Crestwood coach Ben Lueken earlier was named district junior high coach of the year.
First team — Leighton Lark of Effingham, Travis Kittell and Jared Pilson of Mattoon, Peyton Grinestaff of Mt. Zion, Riley Spencer of Paris
Second team — Nic Conklin of Salem, Audie Temples of Paris, Kevin Daugherty of Effingham, Austin Thacker of Mt. Zion, Tanner Scott of Mattoon.
• All-Star action — The North-South All-Star Classic for senior high school basketball players is April 13 at Vincennes University.
Games will begin at 2 and 4 p.m.
Jeff Moore of Sullivan is the coach of the South boys team. Two players on the roster are Jacob Johnson of Mooresville and Brooks Weszely of Sullivan.
Terre Haute North’s Adrienne Pritchard will be on the North girls team, coached by former Indiana State assistant Jerry Hoover. Hoover is now the girls coach at Logansport, and one of his players — Miss Basketball Whitney Jennings — will also participate. Alicia Wilson of Owen Valley is on the South team.
Pacesetter Sports and Hoosier Basketball Magazine are sponsors of the Classic.