News From Terre Haute, Indiana

September 9, 2013

METRO/PREP ROUNDUP: Stevenson wins Spaghetti Open playoff


The Tribune-Star

---- — Kyle Stevenson finished strong on Sunday to win the Spaghetti Open for the first time at Matthews Park.

He and Rich Schelsky both finished 36 holes with 6-under-par 138 scores and Stevenson birdied the first playoff hole to win in warm, sunny conditions.

Stevenson went 70-68 and was 35-33 in Sunday’s round. “I was four down with three holes to play. I saved par on 16, then birdied 17 and 18,” said Stevenson.

He made about a 6-foot putt for his birdie on 18 while Schelsky just missed making a slightly longer putt that would have given him another Open title in regulation.

“The key for me was just having three bogeys all weekend,” said Stevenson, who had four birdies in Sunday’s round.

Five players had a chance to win with one hole to play as Denny Byram, Dusty Jovanovich and Tom Jones all finished in a tie for third with 5-under-par 139 scores. Defending champ Bob Kyle was sixth.

Jeremy Roehm and Steve Anderson tied for first in the first flight and Steve Marietta and Punk Waldrop tied for first in the third flight. Jim Winning edged Andy Jackson by a shot to win the second flight.

Ben Kiburis is 84 and won the senior championship with scores of 73 and 75. Don Graves was second and Bill Tryon won the senior first flight.

Fish Jovanovich tied for third in the senior division championship flight. He had his first hole-in-one at the course last Sunday, using a 5-iron to ace the 155-yard hole. Witnesses were Dusty Jovanovich and Paul Moulton.

 

Spaghetti Open

Championship flight

138 — Kyle Stevenson 70-68 (won playoff), Rich Schelsky 70-68

139 — Denny Byram 70-69, Dusty Jovanovich 68-71, Tom Jones 68-71

142 — Bob Kyle 73-69

143 — Scott Hess 71-72, Scott Johansen 70-73

144 — Chris Cassell 71-73

149 — Scott Givens 73-76

150 — Phil Woods 72-78

151 — Chad Gann 73-78

First flight

147 — Steve Anderson 75-72, Jeremy Roehm 75-72

150 — Jim Jenkins, Dave Alumbaugh

151 — Matt Buck

152 — Dave Wampler

153 — Trae Thomas, Mike Toney

155 — Chick Alumbaugh, Ron Alabaugh

157 — Gregg Luce, Mark Neaderhiser

159 — Cheeker Waldrop

160 — Paul Moulton

161 — Gary Stuck

Second flight

152 — Jim  Winning 78-74

153 — Andy Jackson 81-72

155 — Tim Mundy

156 — Logan Burdick

157 — Joe Miller, Bubba Atkinson

158 — Mike Wright

159 — Eric Smith

162 — Ed Ryley

163 — Randy Kendall, George Guinn

Third flight

164 — Steve Marietta, Punk Waldrop

172 — Andy Goshen

174 — Mike Wood, Eric France

176 — Chris Williams

179 — Jared Blankenship

180 — Jacob Moulton

181 — Chad Gedrick

184 — Mike Graves, Jon Beardsley

185 — Tom Wilson

Senior Division

Championship flight

148 — Benny Kiburis 73-75

152 — Don Graves 73-79

154 — Jack Dorfmeyer 80-74, Fish Jovanovich 74-80

156 — Joe Marietta 78-78

157 — Mike Smith 80-77,  Randy Padish 78-79

161 — Bobby Watkins 81-80

162 — Jeff Crist 82-80, Chuck Adamson 75-87

163 — Dick Meyer 80-83

165 — Dink Simonson 79-86

167 — Al Sutliff 82-85

169 — Kenny Bosc 81-88

First flight

163 — Bill Tryon 86-77

165 — Elwood Delp, Gary Hughes, Jack Cappa

166 — Jerry Snodgrass

170 — Gus Solomon

171 — Don Wilson

175 — Don Moy



In other golf:

• Engineers third — At Seymour, Rose-Hulman’s women placed third in the nine-team Hanover Invitational that ended Sunday.

Peem Chanrotchananphan led the Engineer effort with rounds of 78 on Saturday and 85 on Sunday. The final round took place at Shadowood Golf Course in Seymour, where the Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference Championships occur later this fall.



Hanover Invitational

Team scores — Hanover 327-323-650, Marian 319-337-656, Rose-Hulman 328-338-666, Franklin 337-338-675, Transylvania 347-355-702, Anderson 361-365-726, Mount St. Joseph 370-356-726, Manchester 356-382-738, Defiance 414-423-837.

Rose-Hulman — Peem Chanrotchanaphan 78-85-163, Deanne De Keizer 80-84-164, Erin Scully 84-80-164, Taylor King 80-92-172, Hayley Vonder Haar 86-89-175, Jaclyn Smith 94-94-188, Chloe LaVelle 91-98-189, Amanda Krauss 93-103-196.



• Member-member — At the Country Club of Terre Haute, Jimm Nidlinger Jr. and Jimm Nidlinger Sr. won the member-member tournament last week.



Member-member — Jimm Nidlinger Jr.-Jimm Nidlinger Sr., Scott McVey-Richard Booe, Ralph Cutter-Derek Depuydt, Greg Jennings-Mike Woodward

Calcutta — Nidlinger Jr.-Nidlinger Sr., McVey-Booe, Cutter-Depuydt

 

Soccer

• SIUE 1, Indiana State 0 — At Edwardsville, Ill., the visiting Sycamores couldn’t continue momentum from their 4-0 win on Friday and lost a defensive struggle on Sunday.

Chelsea Smith scored the only goal in the 20th minute as ISU was outshot 9-3 in the first half and 17-15 for the match.

ISU had two corner kicks and a free kick by Kayla Welch that just missed in the last five minutes of rare stoppage time. Brittany San Roman had eight saves for the Sycamores, while Welch had four shots and Taylor Reed 3.

Now 2-3, Indiana State plays Friday at Illinois. SIUE is 4-1.



• DePauw 2, Rose-Hulman 0 — At Greencastle, the Engineer men gave up one goal in each half to the 21st-ranked Tigers.

Andy Morrison scored in the seventh minute, Julian Gonzalez in the 79th minute for DePauw. Rose held the Tigers to just nine shots, but recorded only four of its own.

 Now 1-1-1, Rose-Hulman plays its home opener Wednesday night against Greenville. DePauw is 5-0.



• Martinsville 4, Terre Haute North 1 — At Bloomington, Jared Prifogle had the only goal for the Patriots in the final match of the Hoosier Cup late Saturday.



Terre Haute North    1    0    —    1

Martinsville    2    2    —    4

M — Tommy Walls

M — Cole Reichard

THN — Jared Prifogle

M — Aaron Tincher

M — Brandon Watson

Next — North (5-4-2) hosts Mooresville on Saturday. Martinsville is 3-5.

 

Volleyball

• Engineers finish with two wins — At Rose-Hulman, the host team beat Muskingum 3-1 and Kenyon 3-0 on Sunday in its final matches at the Rose-Hulman Invitational.

Catherine Fiutem and Casey Levitt had 12 kills each in a 25-18, 15-25, 25-16, 25-15 decision over Muskingum, with Sarah Jensen adding 11 kills and she and Morgan Dreyer 19 assists each. Kate Dangel had 25 digs, Levitt 18 and Jensen 11.

In the 25-13, 27-25, 25-22 sweep over Kenyon, Jensen had another triple-double with 13 assists, 12 kills and 11 digs. Dreyer had 21 assists and Dangel 15 digs.

Now 5-6, Rose-Hulman plays Friday and Saturday at the DePauw Invitational.



• Dall, Murphy honored — Indiana State’s Morgan Dall and Molly Murphy were named to the all-tournament team of the Campbell Hampton Inn of Holly Springs Invitational after leading ISU to second place in the four-team event that ended Saturday.

Dall had 57 kills in three matches and Murphy 81 digs. ISU has its home opener at 7 p.m. Tuesday in the ISU Arena against IUPUI.



• Maroons second — At Robinson, Ill., the host Maroons lost their first match of the season Saturday but still finished second in their own tournament.



Robinson match scores — Robinson over Red Hill 25-12, 25-12; Martinsville over Robinson 25-19, 25-20; Robinson over North Central 25-12, 25-17; Robinson over Marshall 25-18, 25-23.

Highlights — For Robinson, Courtney Callaway had 47 assists, 15 digs, 5 kills, 3 blocks, 15 points and an ace; Karnell Bowen 11 digs, 49 points and 11 aces; Kari Bopp 28 kills, 20 digs, 3 assists, a block, 14 points and 3 aces; Ashton Richey 16 digs, 15 kills, 5 blocks, 4 assists, 5 points and an ace; Leah Avery 20 digs, 4 kills, 13 points and an ace; Kinsey Fear 14 digs, 2 assists, 11 points and 2 aces; Sonnie Givens 6 kills, 3 blocks, 2 digs, 4 points and an ace; Emily Trimble 4 digs, 3 kills, a block, an assist, 2 points and an ace; Lexi Gower an assist, a kill, a dig, 2 points and an ace; Olivia Musch 4 kills; Allison McGahey 2 digs; Parker Corder an assist; and Olivia Hickey a point.

Record — Robinson is 6-1.



Thursday

At Robinson, Ill.

Lawrenceville    15    13

Robinson    25    25

Highlights — For Robinson, Courtney Callaway had 15 assists, 2 digs, 14 points and 4 aces; Kari Bopp 8 digs, 5 kills, an assist and a point; and Leah Avery 3 digs, 2 kills, 8 points and 3 aces.



At Altamont, Ill.

Casey    12    25    14

Altamont    25    21    25

Highlights — For Casey, Emilee Monken had 8 digs, 7 assists, 5 kills, a block and an ace; Tiarra Black 9 digs, a kill and an ace; Sarah Kuhn 8 digs; Caroline Cochonour 2 kills, 2 blocks, 2 digs and 2 aces; Brigette Belt 3 kills, 2 digs, an assist and a block; Maleah Neal 5 assists and an ace; Autumn Sowers 2 digs, a kill, a block and an assist; Macie Grafton 3 digs; and Joslyn Keys a kill.

Record — Casey is 0-1.