News and Tribune

April 11, 2014

H.S. ROUNDUP: Silver Creek unleashes on Clarksville

Bowles throws no-hitter for Henryville; Charlestown's Brooks breaks own shot put record

By HANSON CRAFTON
sports@newsandtribune.com

> SOUTHERN INDIANA — Silver Creek exploded for 14 runs in just four innings at the plate to down Clarksville 14-0 on Thursday.

The Dragons gave pitcher Cameron Cook plenty of run support. Cook tossed three shutout innings before handing the ball to Drew Sherrow for the save. Cook was dominant over his three frames and allowed just one hit while striking out four.

Offensively Silver Creek was paced by Braydon Ware. Ware went 2-for-2 with a homerun and three runs scored while driving in two. Cody Razer was 3-for-4 with a double and a triple. He also scored two runs and drove in one. Brahm Whittinghill, Shae Durham, and Brooks Howell all also had doubles for the Dragons.

“Our kids relaxed and had some good at-bats tonight,” said Silver Creek assistant coach Scott Jennings. “We had 20 quality at-bats out of 24 appearances.”

Silver Creek now moves to 2-2 on the season and is 1-0 in Mid-Southern Conference play. The Dragons will travel to play at Southwestern today, while Clarksville hosts Borden in a doubleheader Saturday.  



SILVER CREEK 14, CLARKSVILLE 0

Clarksville           000 00—  0   2 3    

Silver Creek        652 1x—14 11 0


    W — Cameron Cook (1-0). L — Wyatt Kissel (0-2). S — Drew Sherrow (1). 2B — Cody Razer (SC), Brahm Whittinghill (SC), Shae Durham (SC), Brooks Howell (SC). 3B — Razer (SC). HR — Braydon Ware (SC).

    Records: Silver Creek 2-2, Clarksville 1-3.



HENRYVILLE 16, CROTHERSVILLE 1

Crothersville    010 00—  1   0 3    

Henryville         314 80—16 10 2  
 

    W — Austin Bowles (1-1). L — Davidson (0-1). 2B — Casey (H), McAfee (H), Small (H).

    Game notes: Bowles threw no-hitter in his second career start. He struck out eight batters and walked five.

    Henryville coach Jared Hill: “None of the kids had a clue about the no-hitter after we gave up a run on a dropped fly ball in the second. I wanted to get him out before the fifth, but I had to let him finish. Our kids stayed focused tonight from the beginning to end I’m proud of our guys.”

    Records: Henryville 2-2.

    Next: Henryville at Corydon Central (DH), Saturday.



PROVIDENCE 7, BROWNSTOWN CENTRAL 2

Brownstown        000 002 0—2   6 2

Providence          122 020 x—7 10 1    


    W — Cameron Harvey (2-0). L — Grider (0-1). 2B — Jake Lewis (P), Borden (B). 3B — Austin Dickey (P).

    Providence highlights: Jay Lorenz 2 RBIs; Dickey RBI; Tre Watson RBI.

    Game notes: Harvey pitched four scoreless innings, allowing two hits and struck out six.

    Providence coach Scott Hornung: “Defensively [Jay] Lorenz and [Ben] Shahroudi made some outstanding plays in the outfield.”

    Records: Providence 2-0.

    Next: Providence at Jeffersonville, Monday.



CORYDON CENTRAL 8, BORDEN 7

Borden                    002 050 0—7    

Corydon Central    104 030 x—8
    

    W — Strauth. L — Garrett Vick. 2B — Kyle Kruer (B). 3B — Brian McGee (B). HR — Terrell (C).

    Records: Borden 0-2.

    Next: Borden at Clarksville (DH), Saturday.



SOFTBALL

CHARLESTOWN 3, CORYDON CENTRAL 0

Corydon           000 000 0—0    

Charlestown    021 000 x—3   


    W — Carly Price (1-2). L — Styles (CC). 2B — Shelby Goedecker (Ch), Windell (CC), Budrell (CC).

    Charlestown highlights: Price struck out six and walked one.

    Notes: The Pirates scored the go-ahead runs in the second when Goedeker doubled, Daisy Nichols singled and moved to third on an error and Cassie Martin hit an RBI single.

    Charlestown coach Kevin Zollman: “We played a great game. Carly showed much more command with her pitching than she has in any other game this season. It was nice to get a win.”

    Records: Charlestown 1-2.

    Next: Charlestown at Providence Invitational, Saturday.



NEW WASHINGTON 11, SENECA (KY.) 1

Seneca         000 10—  1 1 3    

New Wash    245 0x—11 7 2


    W — Brooke Shaw (1-1). L — Jarrett.

    New Wash highlights: Shaw 1 H, 1 R, 0 ER, 14 K, 0 BB; Karen Profitt 2-3, 3 RBI, R; Kaitlyn Schindler 1-3, 2 R, RBI; Courtney Roberts 1-3, RBI, 2 R, 3 SB.

    Game notes: Shaw 27 strikeouts and two walks in her first two outings; Seneca’s run came on two Mustang errors in the fourth. New Wash had eight walks in the game and stole eight bases.”

    New Wash coach Tim Sexton: “Brooke kept threw strikes and threw hard and kept them off the bases. We were patient at the plate, and when we got baserunners on, we ran the bases well.”

    Records: Seneca 4-3, New Washington 1-1.

    Next: New Washington at Henryville, today.



PROVIDENCE 2, BORDEN 1

Borden           000 010 0—1 3 2    

Providence    000 000 2—2 4 2


    W — Riley Lovan (2-0). L — Paige Schindler (3-2). 2B — Schindler (B), Charly Woodford (P).

    Providence highlights: Collett allowed just three hits in six innings.

    Game notes: A Woodford double drove in game-winning run.

    Providence coach Sean Payne: “Our pitching came up huge. We have had great pitching performances the last couple nights.”

    Records: Providence 3-1, Borden 3-2.

    Next: Providence hosts Providence Invitational, Saturday; Borden vs. Laville, Saturday at Henryville.



FLOYD CENTRAL 7, COLUMBUS EAST 1

Floyd Central       200 221 0—7 10 2    

Columbus East    100 000 0—1   4 2


    W — Kassie King (1-0). 2B — Gabby Jenkins (F).

    Floyd Central highlights: Kayla McClure 3 for 4; Jenson Striegl 2 for 3.

    Records: Floyd Central 1-1.

    JV score: Floyd Central 27-1.

    Next: Floyd Central hosts Clarksville, today.



NORTH HARRISON 20, CLARKSVILLE 5

N. Harrison    484 40—20 15 2    

Clarksville     131 10—  5   8 5


    W — Rudolph (2-0). L — Bailey Sharpe (1-1). 2B — Cody House (N), Kennedy House (N), Ali Starkman (C), Kaitlyn Paige (C). 3B — Sears (N), Kayla Wallace (C). HR — Rudolph (N), Basazki (N), Katy Wingler (C).

    Clarksville coach Tim Hauber: “We were not in the game in any shape. [We were] mentally non-competitive.”

    Records: Clarksville 1-1 (0-1 MSC).

    Next: Clarksville hosts Floyd Central, today.



GIRLS’ TENNIS

HIGH SCHOOL TENNIS

JASPER 5, JEFFERSONVILLE 0

At Jeffersonville

Singles


    No. 1 — Emily Lewis d. Maria Luken 6-1,6-1.

    No. 2 — Larissa Neville d. Anna Flick 6-1, 6-3.

    No. 3 — McKenna Woodard d. Julia Ariens 6-1, 6-0.

Doubles

    No. 1 — Rachel Williams-Kaitlin Wunch d. Brooke Lueken-Emma Yarbrough 6-1, 6-0.

    No. 2 — Libby West-Haley Asplund d. Kendra Seger-Elizabeth Ahlbrand 6-3, 6-7, 6-1.

    Next: Jeffersonville hosts Providence, Tuesday.



FLOYD CENTRAL 4, LOUISVILLE COLLEGIATE 1

At Floyds Knobs

Singles


    No. 1 — Giorgia Roseatto (F) d. Caroline Cocks 6-3, 6-3.

    No. 2 — Alexis Austin (L) d. Dana Frank 7-6 (7-3), 6-2.

    No. 3 — Alexis Applegate (F) d. Kate Weaver 6-3, 6-0.

Doubles

    No. 1 — Erin Patterson-Alex Jamison (F) d. Simran Nanda-Anne Schwtzer 6-0, 6-1.

    No. 2 — Kailyn Little-Emily Stock (F) d. Madison Thompson-Barbra Lannert 6-2, 7-6 (7-2).

    Floyd Central coach Rick Miller: “Collegiate is a very talented team. Their singles girls are some of the best in Kentucky. All three of our singles girls competed. Dana Frank deserves a pat on the back. She really battled and competed against one of the top girls in Kentucky.”

    Records: Floyd Central 2-0.

    Next: Floyd Central hosts Floyd Central Big Four Invitational, Saturday.



SCOTTSBURG 4, NEW ALBANY 1

At New Albany

Singles


    No. 1 — Lauren Howser (S) d. Anne Mattox 6-2, 6-0.

    No. 2 — Carmen Boley (S) d. Lauren Hoffer 6-4, 6-2.

    No. 3 — Kelsey Smith (S) d. Rachel Johnson 6-3, 4-6, 6-2.

Doubles

    No. 1 — Ashley Fulmer-Racquel Burch (N) d. Karissa Light-Lexi Lucus 6-3, 3-6, 6-0.

    No. 2 — Kaley McClain-Jayla Helton (S) d. Haley Young-Megha Dhanapal 6-2, 6-0.

    Next: New Albany hosts New Albany Invitational, Saturday.



PROVIDENCE 3, MERCY ACADEMY (KY.) 2

At Louisville

Singles


    No. 1 — Elizabeth Greer (M) d. Olivia Bass 5-7, 6-1, 10-8.

    No. 2 — Mary Ann Fitzpatrick (P) d. Kayla Shaughnessy 4-6, 6-2, 10-6.

    No. 3 — Samantha Lee (M) d. Mariel Basa 4-6, 7-6, 10-3.

Doubles

    No. 1 — Brianna Jacobi-Natalie Jacobi (P) d. Kate Jackoby-Kenize King 6-4, 6-1.

    No. 2 — Elizabeth Short-Katelyn Koopman (P)d. Devon Jenkins-Morgan Bean 6-4, 7-6 (9-7).

    Providence coach Vince DiNoto: “I was overall very pleased with our effort. The conditions were not ideal for tennis and we made some mistakes that we will need to eliminate quickly. This was our first match and I was pleased to get the win over a strong Louisville team. Our doubles teams came out a little tight. We made changes to our methods and they were very successful.”

    Records: Providence 1-0.

    Next: Providence at New Albany Invitational, Saturday.



BOYS’ GOLF

FLOYD CENTRAL 161, CRAWFORD COUNTY 214, LANESVILLE INC.

At Valley View, Floyds Knobs, par 71


    Medalist: Connor Welch (F) 37.

    Floyd Central: Welch 37, Jack Sparrow 38, David Shepard 42, Billy Sleight 44.

    Crawford County: Sillings 56, Cook 49, Sloan 55, Stevens 54.

    Lanesville: Shepard 49, Kennedy 67.

    Next: Floyd Central varsity at Rochester Invitational, junior varsity hosts Floyd Central Invitational, Saturday.



GIRLS’ TRACK

SALEM 98, CHARLESTOWN 40, CLARKSVILLE 5


    Charlestown first-place finishes: Gabe Wixon — 100, 200; Megan Brooks — shot put, discus.

    Charlestown second-place finishes: Lauren Crowe 100 hurdles, 1,600 relay; Jenna Daniel long jump, 1.600 relay, 100; Alisha Flaget 400, 1,600 relay; Whitney Andrews 1,600 relay.

    Meet notes: Brooks broke her own shot put school record of 41-1 1/2 with a throw 42-5 1/2.



WEDNESDAY LATE RESULTS

BASEBALL

CHARLESTOWN 27, MADISON SHAWE 0

Charlestown          3(10)(13) 01—27 16 0

Madison Shawe             000 00—  0   1 6


    W — Drew Reich (1-0) . L — Grayson Rhoten. 2B — Jason Houchens (C), Ryan Jones (C), Tanner Wesp (C). HR — Drew Reich (C).

    Charlestown highlights: Tanner Wesp 4 for 5, 8 RBIs; Ryan Jones 2 for 3 with 6 runs scored; Drew Reich 2 for 5 with 3 RBIs.

    Charlestown coach Ricky Romans: “After a lengthy delay to the start of our season due to the rain, it’s nice to finally get back on the field and get our first game under our belt. I’m pleased with our overall effort tonight and thought we did some real positive things. Overall, I thought we hit the ball well.”

    Records: Charlestown 1-0.

    Next: Charlestown hosts New Washington (DH), Saturday.



SOFTBALL

WEST WASHINGTON 5, CHARLESTOWN 2

Charlestown             000 002—2 6 3

West Washington    003 011—5 6 0


    W — Stephenson (1-1). L — Carly Price (0-2). 3B — Kaelin (WW), Leah Sherrill (C).

    Charlestown coach Kevin Zollman: “My girls just didn’t put hits together and we committed three costly errors.”