News and Tribune

May 16, 2014

HIGH SCHOOL ROUNDUP: Pirates earn 6-2 MSC victory over Brownstown

Silver Creek baseball 14-3 after pair of shutouts

By HANSON CRAFTON AND GREG MENGELT
sports@newsandtribune.com

> SOUTHERN INDIANA — Colin Martin threw a complete game to help lead Charlestown past Brownstown Central 6-2 in Thursday’s Mid-Southern Conference action.

The Pirates backed up Martin with a four-run fourth to break a 2-2 tie. Drew Reich went 2-for-4 with two runs knocked in.

“We played well enough to win tonight,” Charlestown coach Ricky Romans said. “Colin had another quality start and continues to do a very nice job for us. We made the routine plays defensively and got a few timely hits.”

The Pirates, who host the Charlestown Invitational on Saturday, improve to 11-6 overall and 6-2 in league play. Brownstown is now 14-5 and 6-1, respectively.



CHARLESTOWN 6, BROWNSTOWN CENTRAL 2

Charlestown        002 400 0—6 7 0

Brownstown        011 000 0—2 9 3


    W — Colin Martin (3-2). L — Anderson (3-1). 2B — McCory (B).

    Records — Charlestown 11-6 (6-2 Mid Southern Conference), Brownstown 14-5 (6-1 MSC).



SILVER CREEK 7, SCOTTSBURG 0

Scottsburg      000 000 0—0   2 2    

Silver Creek    221 101 x—7 11 0


    W — Cody Razer (2-0). L — Kyle Baker. 2B — Razer (Si), Cameron Cook 3 (Si), Shae Durham (S).

    Silver Creek highlights: Razer 5 IP, 2 H, 6 K, 0 ER; Razer 3-4, RBI, 2 R; Brahm Whittinghill 2-4; Cook 3-4, 2 RBI, R.

    Silver Creek coach Scott Jennings: “Three kids in our lineup totaled for eight of out 11 hits. Cook had three doubles and we had 16 total bases in the game. We hit the ball pretty good tonight but out defense also did a nice job. Shae Durham made a play in the sixth that should be on SportsCenter. On a goundball up the middle he fielded it in the grass and threw it to first to get the out. It is the sixth time this year he has made a play like that. The kid can play.”

    Records: Silver Creek 14-3.



SILVER CREEK 10, LANESVILLE 0

Lanesville       000 00—  0 2 2

Silver Creek    000 73—10 8 0


    W — Brooks Howell (1-1). L — Bube. 2B — Dauphine (L), Cody Razer 2 (S), Shawn Pezzullo (S), Cameron Cook (S), Brayden Ware (S).

    Silver Creek highlights: Howell 5 IP, 2 H, 2 BB, 5 K; Razer 3-4, R.

    Silver Creek assistant coach Scott Jennings: “The fourth inning was a good one. Two or three of those in a game and you will be in good shape. Cameron Cook had a pretty good day at the plate with four doubles on the night and was 8-for-8 in quality at-bats. Shawn Pezzullo came up with a big double to start the scoring in the fourth. The only two people happier than me for Shawn was Shawn and his father. He is a great kid and I am glad to see him come through.”

    Records: Silver Creek 15-3.

    Next: Silver Creek at Jasper Tournament, today.

 

CLARKSVILLE 5, EASTERN 1

Clarksville    120 010 1—5 9 0    

Eastern         010 000 0—1 5 1


    W — Wyatt Kissel (4-3). L — Brayton Brading. HR — Nick Jones 2 (C).

    Clarksville highlights: Kissel 6 IP, 5 H, R, 6 K; Jones 2-2, 2 R, 2 RBI.

    Clarksville coach Jamie Knight: “Wyatt did an excellent job of competing on the mound and our defense played error free for the first time this season. Nick Jones has really seen the ball well the last two weeks and jump started us offensively with his two home runs.”

    Next: Clarksville at Mitchell Tournament, Saturday.



SOFTBALL

CLARKSVILLE 4, SCOTTSBURG 1

Scottsburg    001 000 0—1 0 1

Clarksville     002 020 x—4 8 1


    W — Bailey Sharp (5-12). L — Tscheulin. 2B — Katie Wingler (C), Kaitlyn Page (C). 3B — Megan Hall (C).

    Clarksville highlights: Sharp 7 IP, 12 K, 2 BB, 1 R.

    Game notes: Sharp pitches no-hitter.

    Clarksville coach Tim Hauber: “Bailey threw the ball really well. She spotted the ball up nicley and had really good velocioty. Mainly she got ahead of hitters, when she gets ahead she’s fairly efective.”

    Records: Clarksville 5-12.

    Next: Clarksville hosts Henryville, today.



CHARLESTOWN 4, EASTERN 2

Charlestown        012 100 0—4 5 1

Eastern                 002 000 0—2 5 1


    W — Carly Price (11-5). L — Darcie Rodgers. 2B — Leah Sherrill (C), Taylor Drury (E). 3B — . HR — Shelby Godeker (C).

    Charlestown highlights: Price 7 IP, BB, 5 K; Sherrill 2-2, RBI.

    Records: Charlestown 14-6 (7-1 MSC).

    Next: Charlestown at Salem, today; Eastern at Crawford County, Saturday.



GIRLS’ TENNIS

SILVER CREEK 5, PROVIDENCE 0

At Sellersburg

Singles


    No. 1 — Kat Hebble d. Olivia Bass (P) 6-0, 6-2.

    No. 2 — Morgan Bobo d. Mary Ann Fitzpatrick (P) 6-4, 6-1.

    No. 3 — Madison Meyer d. Mariel Basa (P) 6-0, 6-0.

Doubles

    No. 1 — Morgan Sharp-Kelsi Scott d. Briana Jacobi-Katie Federspiel (P) 6-1, 6-1.

    No. 2 — Doubles Grace Clayton-Tori Nolley d. Katelyn Koopman-Elizabeth Short (P) 6-2, 6-0.

    Silver Creek coach Robert Briscoe: “We told the girls after the match today that this was the most complete match we have played as a team this year. Our players are understanding what it takes to win matches. This team is getting better by the day and it is exciting to watch them grow.”

    Records: Silver Creek 8-6.

    Next: Silver Creek vs. Columbus North and Terre Haute North, Saturday; Providence at New Albany, Tuesday.



NEW WASHINGTON 5, SOUTH CENTRAL 0

At Sellersburg

Singles


    No. 1 — Melanie Dieterlen d. Josie Faith 6-0, 6-1.

    No. 2 — Olivia Graebe d. Whitney McCoy 6-3, 6-0.

    No. 3 — Reagan Zimmerman d. Brooklyn Woertz 6-1, 6-0.

Doubles

    No. 1 — Lacy Higbie-Morgan Baird d. Gracie Riley-Maddy Brashear 5-7, 6-4, 6-1.

    No. 2 — Katie Harrod-Beth Kehrwald d. Shelby Foley-Jordan Miller 7-5, 7-5.

    New Wash coach Wayne Davis: “This is the best we have played at all five positions in a match this season. Olivia lost her first three games and then won twelve in a row. Katie and Beth won big games at key times to pull out two close sets. Reagan also played a great match.”

    Records: New Wash 3-9 (1-2).

    Next: New Wash hosts Corydon Central, today.



BOYS’ GOLF

HENRYVILLE 186, SOUTH CENTRAL 185, CLARKSVILLE INC.

At Champions Pointe, Sellersburg, par 35


    Medalist: Parker Gabhart (S) 39

    Henryville: Luke Davidson 43, Mason Edwards 47, Charlie Lefebvre 48, Bailey Reister 48.

    Clarksville: Brent Potter 61, Keigan Setz 55, Charlie Lausfer 64.

    Henryville coach Robin Embry: “We have to stay away from big numbers on any given hole. Each of our players had at least one eight or eight and that makes it tough to shoot the scores we want to shoot.”

    Next: Henryville vs. Austin and Silver Creek, May 22 at Westwood.