News and Tribune

October 1, 2013

TUESDAY HIGH SCHOOL ROUNDUP: Magallanes, Borden boys claim New Washington Invitational

Garringer’s hat trick helps Floyd Central down Jeff

BY HANSON CRAFTON
sports@newsandtribune.com

NEW WASHINGTON — Behind Julien Magallanes and Gavin Tipker’s 1-2 finish, the Borden Braves won the New Washington Invitational on Tuesday. Magallanes, who ran away from the pack, finished with a time of 16:27. Gavin Tipker ran a solid 17:25, not too far behind was brother George Tipker, who ran a 17:36, and Nathen Magallenes, who finished with a time of 18:04.

The Braves had four finish in the top 10, which helped them to score 29 points.

Borden coach Liz Carmony was pleased with her team’s overall performace, stating, “We had a decent race today and hope to continue to see improvment from our fifth runner.”

Will Little was the fifth runner on Tuesday. He finished 14th with a time of 18:36, just missing the top 10. Andy Stonecipher (18:46) and Brian McGee (19:35) rounded out Borden’s solid performance.

The Braves will be back in action on Thursday at the Eastern Invitational.  



CROSS COUNTRY

NEW WASHINGTON INVITATIONAL

BOYS

    Team scores: Borden wins meet.

    Borden: 1. Julien Magallanes 16:27, 2.Gavin Tipker 17:25, 4. George Tipker 17:36, 8. Nathen Magallanes 18:04, 14. Will Little 18:36, 16. Andy Stonecipher 18:46, 19. Brian McGee 19:35.

    Next: Borden and CAI at Eastern Invitational, Thursday; Henryville at SAC, next Tuesday; New Washington at MSC, next Tuesday.



GIRLS

    Team scores: Borden finished 5th.

    Borden: 9. Brooklyn Agnew 22:57, 11. Abby Ellis 23:43, 25. Kaelan Harmes 26:17, 32. Kate Gertin 27:53, 43. Courtney Welp 30:27.

    Borden coach Liz Carmony: “Our top two girls ran well for us today; Hopefully our other three can get up with them by conference [next Tuesday].”

    Next: Borden and CAI at Eastern Invitational, Thursday; Henryville at SAC, next Tuesday; New Washington at MSC, next Tuesday.



FLOYD CENTRAL 8, JEFFERSONVILLE 1

At Floyd Central

SCORING PLAYS

First half

    F — Mckenzie Garringer (unassisted), 5th min.

    F — Garringer (Lauren Wyatt), 7th.

    F — Garringer (Wyatt) 9th.

    F — Christian Miller (unassisted), 30th.

  Second half

    F — Presley Roos (Halee Tanner), 55th.

    F — Wyatt (unassisted), 61st.

    J — Devin Carrier (unassisted), 63rd.

    F — Jessica Caryell (unassisted), 70th.

    F — Ellie Stewart (unassisted), 75th.

    Stats: Mckenzie Garringer had a first half hat trick.

    Quotes: Floyd Central coach, Lewie Stevens, “[It’s] not always easy playing on Senoir Night. The girls stayed focused and played well throughout the night with all the activity and celebration going on outside of the game.”

  Records: Floyd Central 9-5-2.

    Next: Jeffersonville at Providence, Thursday; Floyd Central at Madison, Thursday.



VOLLEYBALL

NEW WASHINGTON 3, SOUTHWESTERN 0

At New Wash

    Set scores: 25-22, 25-16, 25-15.

    New Washington highlights: Caroline Ricks 23 kills, 3 blocks, 1 ace; Brianne Cochran 1 ace; Courtney Amick 19 assists; Ashley Johnson 19 digs.

    Records: New Wash 11-8.

    Next: New Washington at Eastern, tonight.



CHRISTIAN ACADEMY 3, WEST WASHINGTON 0

At West Washington

  Set scores: 25-8, 25-18, 25-18.

  Christian Academy highlights: Krista Boesing 7 kills, 3 blocks; Sierra Rayzor 7 kills, 2 blocks, 5 aces, 3 digs; Emily Haworth 5 kills, 3 aces, 4 digs; Alex Falcone 7 digs, 20 assists; Clara Koch 5 digs, 3 assists.

  Quotes: Floyd Central coach, Walter Pauly. “We had another opportunity tonight to work on our lineups. Just about everybody saw playing time, and everybody contributed to the win. Cortney Baird and Clara Koch did a good job coming off the bench and setting. Clara had some great digs. We were strong on defense and we executed our transition offense. All of our freshmen — Abby Falcone, McKenzie Haworth and Sierra Rayzor — played well.”

  Records: CAI 19-6.

  JV: CAI 25-15, 25-16.

  Next: CAI hosts South Central, Friday.



FLOYD CENTRAL 3, PRESENTATION ACADEMY (KY.) 0

At Louisville

    Set scores: 25-16, 25-9, 25-19.

    Floyd Central highlights: Brooke Hinton 10 digs, 1 assist; Kayli Dempster 17 digs, 1 kill, 1 assist; Remi Bowman 21 assists, 6 digs, 1 kill; Riley Kaiser 10 digs, 1 assist, 1 kill; Sydney Engie 7 digs, 2 assist, 6 kills, 3 aces; Tierney Flaherty 6 kills, 2 aces, 2 digs.

    Next: Floyd Central hosts Jeffersonville, Thursday.



BOYS’ TENNIS

JEFFERSONVILLE 4, SCOTTSBURG 1

At Jeffersonville

Singles

    No. 1 — Andrej Halasa (S) d. Austin Hunt 7-6, 6-3.

    No. 2 — Brock Winchell (J) d. Brandon Boswell 6-2, 6-3.

    No. 3 — Connor Buntin (J) d. Mason Noble 6-2, 6-1.

Doubles

    No. 1 — Jack Reilly-Sam Coward (J) d. Tyler White-Braxton Soloe 6-0, 6-2.

    No. 2 — Justin Padgett-Kooper Falkenstein (J) d. Adam Payne-Isaac Everitt 6-2, 6-2.

    Notes: Hunt, Halasa match went for 2 hours.

    Quotes: Mark Reilly, “Austin Hunt played a nice match but lost to a undefeated foreign exchange player. Austin was hitting eight- and nine-ball rally points, but Halasa was just too consistent. The rest of the team played excellent tennis. Most of these guys have been getting the job done day-in and day-out. Connor Buntin has only lost one match this year, Sam and Jack have only lost one match at that position together, and our trio of Chase Kayrouz, Kooper Falkenstein and Justin Padgett have only lost one match this year at the [No.] 2 doubles spot.”

    Records: Jeff 15-1.

    JV: Jeff 7-1.

    Next: Jeffersonville hosts Providence (Jeff Sectional), today.



MONDAY LATE RESULTS

VOLLEYBALL

ROCK CREEK 3, CHARLESTOWN 0

At Rock Creek

    Set scores: 25-11, 25-22, 25-15.

    Charlestown stats: Lauren Crowe 3 kills, 1 block, 1 dig; Erika Broady 2 kills, 1 ace; Cassie Martin 2 kills, 1 assist, 2 digs; Carly Price 1 kill, 1 dig; Hayley Layton 2 kills, 1 ace; Kim Knight 2 kills, 1 block; Megan Brooks 3 kills, 10 assists, 1 dig; Shelby Goedeker 1 assist, 2 digs.

    Quotes: Charlsetown coach Tammy Nuxoll, “We definitely came out flat in the first game against Rock Creek. We struggled early with our serve reception but did better in the second and third sets. Rock Creek ran a reverse offense when number six was on the front row which was effective for them but not something we have faced all year so we were sometimes out of position on defense. The girls gave lots of effort, but we just made mistakes at crucial times. Rock Creek came out and played like they wanted it more than we did tonight.”