By GREG MENGELT
Devin Carrier scored a school-record five goals as Jeffersonville defeated Charlestown 10-0 on Wednesday.
Carrier scored all three of the Red Devil goals in the first half. She added two more and an assist as Jeff scored seven second-half goals.
“It was an awesome game by her,” Jeff coach Scott Epley said of Carrier. “It is what we’ve expected of her all along. We’ve started passing a little better and it gave her some openings.”
Hannah Scott added a pair of goals in the second half. Rebekah Harris, Camber Sollberger and even regular goalkeeper Ashlyn Crane scored goals. Sollberger also had an assist.
“I was really happy with the way the team played together as a whole,” Epley said.
The Devils are now 3-2-2 and recovered well after a 7-0 loss to Seymour that made Epley question his maturity.
“After that last game, we found out we still have some growing to do,” Epley said. “I’m proud that the girls have put the effort into doing what we’re trying to do.”
Jeff goes to Forest Park on Saturday for its next outing. Charlestown hosts Southwestern next Tuesday.
JEFFERSONVILLE 10, CHARLESTOWN 0
J — Devin Carrier (unassisted), 12th min.
J — Carrier (Emma Finney), 20th.
J — Carrier (Kayla Broy), 21st.
J — Hannah Scott (unassisted), 43rd.
J — Rebekah Harris (Camber Sollberger), 45th.
J — Carrier (unassisted), 50th.
J — Sollberger (unassisted), 56th.
J — Scott (unassisted), 65th.
J — Ashlyn Crane (Carrier), 65th.
J — Carrier (unassisted), 70th.
Notes: Carrier’s five goals is a school record.
BORDEN 207, CLARKSVILLE INC., HENRYVILLE INC.
At Wooded View G.C., Clarksville
Medalist: Sarah Potter (B) 49.
Borden: Potter 49, Christina Fink 50, Lexi Marsh 52, Mackenzie Smith 56, Cassidy Rife 71.
Henryville: Savannah Horn 70, Kyra Schneider 71.
Clarksville: Miranda DeKorte 51, Maggie Baird 72.
Next: Borden at Springs Valley, tonight at Bendelowe; Clarksville at MSC meet, Saturday at Old Capital.
SILVER CREEK 5, CLARKSVILLE 0
At Silver Creek
No. 1 — Noah Eckert d. Adam Bryant 6-4, 6-3.
No. 2 — Josh Newton d. Griffin Foley 6-3, 6-1.
No. 3 — Court Grangier d. Ethan Tackett 6-1, 6-3.
Notes: Silver Creek won both doubles spots by default.
Quotes: Silver Creek coach Robert Briscoe, “Noah’s been in and out of the lineup at No. 2 doubles. It was nice to see him get some singles play in and it was nice to see that if he steps into any singles spot, he can get the job done for us. It was big for [Newton] because it was his first varsity match and also for [Grangier] it was his first varsity match of the year. It was good to get them some experience.”
Records: Silver Creek 6-3 (5-0).
Next: Clarksville hosts Christian Academy, today; Silver Creek at Corydon Central, today.
TUESDAY’S LATE RESULTS
NEW WASHINGTON 3, SCOTTSBURG 0
At New Washington
Set scores: 25-13, 25-22, 25-22.
New Washington highlights: Kaitlyn Schindler 13 digs, six service aces; Courtney Amick 21 assists; Caroline Ricks 23 kills, three blocks.
Record: New Washington 6-3.
Next: New Washington at Henryville, Thursday.
SACRED HEART 3, FLOYD CENTRAL 1
Set scores: 25-23, 29-27, 25-18, 26-24.
Floyd Central highlights: Brooke Hinton 18 digs; Gwynn Jones 14 kills, Hannah Joly 7 kills, Kayli Dempster 4 digs; Mikaila Humphrey 6 kills, 6 digs; Remi Bowman 39 assists, 5 kills, 6 digs; Riley Kaiser 5 aces, 12 digs; Sydney Engle 11 kills, 15 digs, 2 assists; Tierney Flaherty 6 kills, 2 aces.
Top 5 teams: Borden 80, Eastern 113, Bedord North Lawrence 116, Jennings County 141, Brownstown Central 145.
Borden (champions): 1. Julian Magallanes 15:29, 7. George Tipker 17:36, 14. Nathan Magallanes 18:07, 21. Gavin Tipker 18:30, 38. Andy Stonecipher 19:25, 44. Brian McGee 19:40, 82. David Wright 22:53.
Eastern: 6. Khalil McDaniel 17:33, 20. Reid Prindle, 25. Cody Shepherd, 28. Josh Ratts, 34. Dalton Jackson, 35. Dakota Jackson, 56. Alex Hobson.
Borden (5th place): 17. Brooklyn Agnew 23:40, 20. Abby Ellis 23:59, 32. Kate Gertin 25:45, 38. Kaelan Harmes 26:18, 40. Courtney Welp 26:25.