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.
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.
• 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
Highlights — 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.
• 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.
• 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.
• 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.
• 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.
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.
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).