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May 16, 2014

HHC ROUNDUP: Floyd softball into Friday’s championship

Fertig blasts Jeff baseball into title game

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BASEBALL

JEFF MOVES INTO CHAMPIONSHIP


Nolan Fertig hit a three-run, second-inning home run to lift Jeffersonville past Madison 3-2 and into today’s HHC championship game.

Joe Burke and Jeremiah Phelps held Madison to two runs on seven hits. Burke earned the win and had five strikeouts. Phelps got the save.

Hayden Robb went 2-for-4 in the victory.



NEW ALBANY’S GOLLER BLANKS SEYMOUR

Tanner Goller shut down the Seymour lineup Thursday, tossing a shutout in the Bulldogs’ 2-0 victory in the consolation bracket of the HHC tourney.

Goller pitched the complete game, giving up three hits. He walked two batters while striking out four.

The win gives New Albany their 20th of the season at 20-3. The Bulldogs will next be in action today when they visit Bedford North Lawrence.



CONSOLATION BRACKET

NEW ALBANY 2, SEYMOUR 0

Seymour             000 000 0—0 3 0

New Albany        000 002 x—2 5 1


    W — Tanner Goller (5-0). L — Moore. 2B — Jack Shine (N), Bohall (S).

    Records — Seymour 9-11, New Albany 20-3.



BEDFORD STUNS FLOYD CENTRAL

With a mad rally in the final inning, Bedford North Lawrence scored five runs in the seventh inning to top Floyd Central, 9-8.

Floyd enjoyed a four-run lead going into the last inning until the Bedford eruption.

It was a game of long balls as the teams launched a combined four home runs. Tre Fulton, Brandon Smith and Colton Kimm all contected for Highlander big flys.



CONSOLATION BRACKET

BEDFORD NORTH LAWRENCE 9, FLOYD CENTRAL 8

Floyd Central     001 106 0—8 11 2

Bedford NL        010 003 5—9   6 3


    W — Hensley. L — Phillip Archer (4-1). HR — Tre Folton (F), Brandon Smith (F), Coltin Kim (F), Tanner Tow (B).

    Records — Floyd Central 19-4.



GIRLS’ TENNIS

FLOYD CENTRAL EDGES SEYMOUR 3-2


Floyd Central advanced to the Hoosier Hill Confernce championship today after getting past Seymour. The Highlanders will travel to Columbus East tonight for the HHC championship.

The Highlanders were led by the oustanding singles play they have recieved all season. Giorgia Rossetto, Dana Frank and Alexis Applegate were all three sharp, cruising through the singles matches. They won 36 games to three for the Owls.

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