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November 12, 2012

METRO ROUNDUP: Carmel, Kroy race to victory in Nike Midwest championships

Carmel Distance Project dominated girls competition and Kroy of Elmhurst, Ill., did the same in the boys races Sunday at Lavern Gibson Championship Course in the Nike Midwest 2012 cross country championships.

Ashley Erba of Warsaw, the 2011 Indiana state champion and 2012 runner-up last month, won the girls championship 5K race in 17:38.1 while Alex Riba of O’Fallon (Ill.) won the boys championship race in 15:30.1. Zach Panning of Fort Wayne Concordia, the 2012 Indiana boys runner-up, placed seventh.

Winners of the open races were Rachael Weesner of Carmel (19:54.3) and Jon May of Kroy (16:55.7).

Carmel and Kroy each won team championships in both the open and championship races. More than 1,200 runners participated.

Football

• Belleville Althoff 19, Casey 17
— At Belleville, Ill., Casey’s football season ended Saturday night when Donavan Gagen kicked a 40-yard field goal.

Just 0:00.4 remained on the Lindenwood University clock after the kick hit the crossbar and bounced over, but it was enough time for Dalton Livvix to take the ensuing kickoff and return it deep into Althoff territory before being tackled to end the contest.

The victory gave the 9-3 Crusaders a spot in the Final Four of the Illinois Class 2A playoffs against Camp Point Central, while Casey concluded another stellar season at 11-1.

Casey needed just four plays to score two touchdowns to take 14-7 lead and hold it until the third period.

Shawn McCown recovered a fumble on the second play of the game and the Warriors began their first drive at the Althoff 37-yard line. Livvix got open for a 28-yard scoring run on the third play and Casey had a 7-0 lead after Jesse Burnett kicked the extra point.

The Crusaders drove 80 yards to gain a 7-7 tie, but Nicco Stepina went 71 yards on Casey’s next play and the Warriors had a 14-7 lead they held until late in the third period, when the Crusaders scored following a Casey turnover to tie the game.

Casey had good field position in the third period but failed to add to its lead.

The Crusaders took their first lead at 16-14 on a safety when the football went into the end zone on an attempted Casey punt.

Casey blocked a Belleville Althoff punt later in the period and took a 17-16 lead on Burnett’s 21-yard field goal with just over one minute left to play in the game.

Belleville Althoff began its final drive on its own 33-yard line but moved into Casey territory on two big plays, setting up Gagan’s game-winning kick.

 

Casey    14    0    0    3    —    17

Belleville Althoff    7    0    7    5    —    19


C — Livvix 28 run (Burnett kick)

BA — Jackson 1 run (Gagen kick)

C — Stepina 71 run (Burnett kick)

BA — Henley 24 run (Gagen kick)

BA — Safety, ball snapped into Casey end zone

C — Burnett 21 FG

BA — Gagen 40 FG

Next — Belleville Althoff (9-3) will face Camp Point Central (12-0) in a Class 2A playoff semifinal game. Casey concluded an 11-1 season.

Volleyball

• Drake 3, Indiana State 1
— At Des Moines, freshman Cassandra Willis recorded a career-high 20 kills for Indiana State but the Sycamores (3-23, 1-15 MVC) lost in four games in Missouri Valley Conference play Saturday night at Drake.

After three close sets, the Sycamores were overcome easily in the fourth set for a 25-21, 25-22, 20-25, 25-13 loss.

In addition to the 20 kills by Willis, Ashlen Buck had 17 digs and Loni Mackinson 37 assists and 10 digs. The last two matches of the season for the Sycamores are at home this coming weekend against Evansville and Southern Illinois.

Golf

• Ace in Florida
— At Bonita Springs, Fla., Tom Thompson of Terre Haute got the second hole-in-one of his career on Friday during a member-member tournament at Shadowood Country Club.

Thompson used an 8-iron on the 118-yard 16th hole, witnessed by his partner Vic Everhart and two other club members.

Basketball

• Martinsville 67, Shakamak 31
— At Jasonville, the Lakers lost to the Class 4A visitors in high school play Saturday night.

Kelsey Fulford had nine points, eight rebounds, three assists and three steals and Kelsey Pilant had eight points, five rebounds and four blocks for Shakamak.

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Tribune-Star/Jim Avelis Team effort: The North Terre Haute Little League All-Starts won the District 4 championship by beating Clinton 4-0 Friday evening.

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