News and Tribune

December 1, 2013

H.S. ROUNDUP: Gast earns 500th win as Jeff wins double dual

Vick helps Braves blow out Shoals

By GREG MENGELT and HANSON CRAFTON
sports@newsandtribune.com

> SOUTHERN INDIANA — Jeffersonville’s boys’ swim team beat Mt. Vernon (Posey) and Terre Haute North at Saturday’s North Invitational to give coach Keith Gast his 500th head-to-head win as the Red Devil coach.

Timothy “T” Martin and Evan Shive each won a pair of individual events and teamed up to win a pair of relays for eighth-ranked Jeffersonville, which defeated Mt. Vernon 121-58 and the Patriots 128-55.

Martin won with sizzling early-season times of 22.48 in the 50-yard freestyle and 48.19 in the 100 free. Shive took the 100 butterfly in 53.22 and the 100 backstroke in 54.89. Martin and Shive combined with Tyler Sariscsany and Zach Griffis to win the 400 freestyle relay in 3:18 and with Sariscsany and Max Weidekamp to take the 200 free relay.

Weidekamp, who was the 100 breaststroke winner in 1:06.06, helped Jeff’s 200 medley relay team to a victory with Zach Daily, Cameron Simcoe and Griffis.

 

JEFFERSONVILLE 128, TERRE HAUTE NORTH 55

JEFFERSONVILLE 121, MT. VERNON 58

            Jeff winners: 50 free — T Martin 22.48; 100 free — Martin 48.19; 100 fly — Evan Shive 53.22; 100 back — Shive 54.89; 100 breast — Max Weidekamp 1:06.06; 400 free relay — Martin, Shive, Tyler Sariscsany, Zach Griffis 3:18.98; 200 free relay — Shive, Weidekamp, Martin, Sariscsany 1:42.12; 200 medley relay — Weidekamp, Zach Daily, Zach Griffis, Cameron Simcoe.

 

BOYS' BASKETBALL

VICK LEADS BORDEN TO 71-41 WIN OVER SHOALS

BORDEN — The defending state champs still reside in Borden and the Braves reminded Shoals of that on Saturday.

Led by Garrett Vick, Borden crushed Shoals to the tune of 71-41 in convincing fashion. 

Vick scored a game-high 15 points in the rout and was 10 of 10 from the free throw line. 

“We shot well from the free throw line tonight.” Borden coach Doc Nash said. “We had a well balanced attack ended with five guys scoring eight or more points.”

Borden (2-0) also had seven guys with five or more points, three of which scored over 10, and as a team, it hit 25 of their 28 free throws. Kyle Kruer and Cody Craddoc scored 10 points apiece for the Braves. 

Borden also limited the Jug Rox on defense and outscored them 27-7 in the second quarter to take a 45-21 lead into the halftime break.

“We played good defense and it was a good win,” Nash said.  

 

BORDEN 71, SHOALS 41

Shoals            14   7 12    8—41

Borden            18 27 13 13—71           

            Shoals: Cody Hert 7, Tyler George 7, Michael Hawkins 7, Enoch Redman 5, Edmund Neeley 3, Grady Key 3, DJ Hart 3, Nick Devine 2, Kaden Butler 2, Johnny Arnett 1, Damon Roach 1. 

            Borden: Garrett Vick 15, Kyle Kruer 10, Cody Craddock 10, Reilly Gray 9, Zack Gillam 8, Brian McGee 7, Caleb Hart 5, Josh Vollstedt 4, Brady Knight 3. 

            3-point field goals: Shoals 3 (Hart 1, Redman 1, George 1); Borden 4 (McGee 1, Vick 1, Hart 1, Croddock 1).

            Free throws: Shoals 10-20, Borden 25-28.

            Next: Borden (2-0) at Lanesville, Friday.



 

GIRLS' BASKETBALL

BRAVES KNOCK OUT CAI

BORDEN — Borden jumped out to a 46-10 half-time lead and stayed unbeaten with a 72-32 win at Christian Academy on Saturday.

Four Braves scored in double-figures, led by Carson Casey’s 15. Shelby Kirchgessner and Abby Ellis each scored 12 and Natalie Ruedinger scored in double-figures for the third straight game with 10. Taylor Streander added eight for 3-0 Borden.

In the Warriors’ first home game of the year after eight on the road, Allison Burch scored 13 and Emily Huffaker had seven. Burch hit three 3-pointers in the loss.

“We played very well.” Braves coach Terry Rademacher said. “We did a lot of things well. We passed the ball well and played good defense.”

 

BORDEN 72, CHRISTIAN ACADEMY 32

Christian Academy     5   5   4 18—32

Borden                       20 26 17   9—72           

            Christian Academy: Allison Burch 13, Emily Huffaker 7, Haley Caldwell 4, Rachel Wright 2, Brittany Moffett 3, Danielle Summit 2.

            Borden: Carson Casey 15, Shelby Kirchgessner 12, Abby Elis 12, Natalie Ruedinger 10, Taylor Streander 8, Kristen Nestor 5, Sarah Hurst 4, Riley Schindler 3, Lilly Ray 2, Kaelan Harmes 1.

            3-point field goals: Christian Academy 3 (Burch 3); Borden 3 (Kirchgessner 2, Nestor).

            Free throws: Christian Academy 9-16, Borden 21-34.

            Next: Borden (3-0) hosts New Washington (2-1), Tuesday; Christian Academy (2-7) host Cannelton (1-4), Dec. 14.