News From Terre Haute, Indiana

October 9, 2013

Metro/prep roundup: South boys tennis advances at Crawfordsville Regional

Staff report
The Tribune-Star

CRAWFORDSVILLE — Terre Haute South conceded a total of five games in cruising past Fountain Central in a first-round regional matchup Tuesday at Crawfordsville.

The Braves (18-4) will play 15-2 Crawfordsville in today’s regional title match.

Terre Haute North juniors Justin Newton and Keaton Akers defeated Northview’s Kyle Moore and Damon Bass 6-1, 6-2 in the regional round.

The Newton-Akers duo, now 18-5 for the season, will battle a North Montgomery doubles team at 5 p.m. today at Crawfordsville.

Terre Haute South 5, Fountain Central 0

Singles — Nathan Bogle (THS) def. Cody Keeling 6-1, 6-0; Krishan Kumar (THS) def. Austin Wright 6-0, 6-0; Scott Kellar (THS) def. Gabe Ward 6-0, 6-1.

Doubles — Reed Crawford-Trace Harruff (THS) def. Doug Keeling-Ladd Warner 6-1, 6-1; Matthew Gonzalez-Luke Yeagley (THS) def. Dallas Ogero-Dalton Griffin 6-1, 6-0.

Next — Terre Haute South (18-4) plays today against Crawfordsville (15-2) in the championship of the Crawfordsville Regional.

Prep soccer


n Sullivan Sectional — At Sullivan, North Knox defeated West Vigo 3-0 and Washington Catholic advanced with a 2-1 victory against host Sullivan. No other details were available.

South Knox plays South Vermillion and North Knox plays Washington Catholic in Thursday’s semifinals.

Prep volleyball

Rockville 3, North Vermillion 0 — At Rockville, Bailey Vukovits had 21 assists and eight aces in the winning effort.

North Vermillion    12    18    22

Rockville    25    25    25

— For Rockville, Bailey Vukovits had 21 assists and 8 aces; Meagan White had 9 kills; Matty Tinkle had 13 digs.

JV — Rockville won 2-0.

Next — Rockville (11-16, 3-4 WRC) plays at North Montgomery tonight.

Prep cross country


West Vigo 20, Paris 37 — At Paris, Ill., Shaelynn White finished second individually to help the Vikings emerge victorious as a team.

West Vigo 20, Paris 37

Top West Vigo finishers (Paris names not available) — 2. Shaelynn White 23:00, 3. Shelby Sparks 24:00, 4. Briley Parker 24:58, 5. Amanda Bridgewater 25:14, 6. Katy Jones 25:24, 9. Shelby Edington 26:19.

Next — West Vigo will compete in the sectional next Tuesday at LaVern Gibson Championship Course.

Prep golf


Sisson advances to sectional — Marshall’s John Sisson advanced to the Bismarck-Henning Sectional on Monday after he shot an 88 in the Mattoon Regional.

Marshall finished sixth in the 11-team regional.

Marshall (402) — John Sisson 88, Drew Morris 97, Dylan Wilson 108, Ryan Sanders 109, Brock Finkbiner 114, Colan Miller 117.


College soccer

Rose-Hulman 3, Anderson 0 — Two Rose-Hulman women's players scored their first career goals to propel a 3-0 victory at Anderson University on Tuesday night.

With the win, Rose-Hulman improved to 2-0 in Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference and 6-2-4 overall on the season.  The Engineers have lost just once in the months of September and October.

College softball

Sycamores have perfect fall — Indiana State wrapped up its fall season with an 8-0 record after sweeping a Saturday doubleheader at Indiana.

ISU beat Heartland and Lakeland in home doubleheaders and also beat Kirkwood and Illinois-Chicago on the road. The 2014 spring season begins Feb. 7 at Iowa State’s Cyclone Invitational.

Auto racing

Bell posts win — At Pontoon Beach, Ill., Chris Bell was the feature winner in U.S. Auto Club midget racing Sunday at Tri-City Speedway.

Bell led the final 41 laps to win the 50-lap main in the final night of the Gold Crown Midget Nationals. Bell increased his lead in the midget dirt totals by winning, leading Bryan Clauson by 106 points.


Sunday’s results

B-main winners — Tracy Hines, Alex Bright.

Dash winner — Bryan Clauson..

Feature — Chris Bell, Danny Stratton, Rico Abreu, Zach Daum, Bright, Brady Bacon, Jonathan Beason, Jerry Coons Jr., Darren Hagen, Dave Darland, Parker Price-Miller, Brad Kuhn, Andrew Felker, Caleb Armstrong, Tim Buckwalter.


Homebuilders outing — At Idle Creek, the Homebuilders Association of Greater Terre Haute played its annual outing last week.


54 — Stephanie Driggers, Mike Weir, Rusty Grey, Brian Cottom.

55 — Kurt Jones, Mark Zimmerly, Terry Day, B.J. Jackson.


63 — Justin Campbell, Alan Buell, Troy Farris, John Coughenowr.

65 — Bill Marrs, Brian Marrs, Dave Voyles, Lucky Favre.

Proximity winners

Closest to pin — Buell (No. 3), Ken Dugger (No. 9), Cottom (No. 12), Richard Booe (No. 16).

Long drive — Farris (No. 15).

Long putt — Weir (No. 18).