News and Tribune

May 3, 2014

H.S. ROUNDUP: Jasper squeezes by Jeff, 3-2

Borden tennis sweeps Clarksville

By HANSON CRAFTON
sports@newsandtribune.com

> SOUTHERN INDIANA — Jeffersonville suffered a tough loss Friday to Class 3A No. 1-ranked Jasper on an rare play to end a game.

With a 2-2 tie in the bottom of the seventh, the defending state champion Wildcats executed a suicide squeeze to squeak across the winning run, beating the Red Devils 3-2.

Jasper opened with a 2-0 after the first three innings. Jeffersonville responded with a run in the fourth to trim the lead to one and later tied Jasper in the sixth. The Red Devils were blanked in the top of the seventh and were up-ended by the squeeze in the final at-bat.

Despite the loss, Chandler Dale had another strong outing from the hill. After the early runs, Dale settled and kept Jasper within reach and leaving Jeffersonville a chance. He pitched all seven innings and scattered three runs on seven hits. He walked three and reached double-digit strikeouts with 10.

Drew Ellis was Jeffersonville’s bright spot at the plate, going 2-for-3. Nolan Fertig and Jeremiah Phelps each had an RBI.

After the loss Jeffersonville now sits at 8-5. The Red Devils hosts Clarksville on Tuesday and will enjoy homefield advantage in the midst of five of their next seven on the road.



JASPER 3, JEFFERSONVILLE 2

Jeffersonville    000 101 0—2 5 1    

Jasper                011 000 1—3 7 3    


    W — Shepard. L — Chandler Dale. HR — Otto (Ja).

    Records — Jeffersonville 8-5.



SALEM 5, NEW WASHINGTON 2

Salem                      000 302 0—5 9 1    

New Washington    200 000 0—2 8 2    


    W — Kramer. L — Lane Johnson. 2B — Kramer (S).

    New Washington highlights: Zack Moore 3 2/3 IP, 3 K, 5 H, 3 ER; Johnson 3 1/3 IP, 2 K, 5 H, 2 ER; Zack Hagan 2 RBI; Miles Mathews 2-3; Travis McKim 2-3.

    New Washington coach Scott Mathews: “[We] set it up well with two runs in the first. The errors in the sixth inning cost us two runs. I thought we played well outside of the top of the sixth.”

    Records: New Washington 3-7, Salem 6-4.

    Next: New Washington hosts South Central, Monday.

 

FLOYD CENTRAL 3, SOUTH CENTRAL 0

South Central    000 000 0—0 4 1    

Floyd Central    110 001 x—3 9 1    


    W — Chas Adams (2-0). L — Ray. 2B — Phillip Archer (F), Mike Springer (F).

    Floyd Central highlights: Adams 6 IP, 13 K, 4 H, 0 ER.

    Records: Floyd Central 15-1, South Central 9-6.

    Next: Floyd Central vs. Bedford North Lawrence and Brownstown, today at Brownstown.

 

SOFTBALL

CORYDON CENTRAL 4, CLARKSVILLE 2

Clarksville    100 001 0—2 5 4

Corydon       002 200 x—4 3 1    


    W — Jenna Stiles. L — Bailey Sharp (2-11).

    Clarksville highlights: Sharp 2 for 3; Kayla Wallace 2 for 4; Sharp 6 IP, 3 H, 4 R, 2 ER, 3 K, 2 BB.

    Game notes: Generals took a 1-0 lead when Wallace scored on an Ali Sparkman RBI ground ball after reaching on a bunt single. They cut the Panters’ deficit to 4-2 in the sixth when Sparkman scored on a Ciara Early sacrifice fly.

    Clarksville coach Tim Hauber: “We played better than we’ve been playing. We still made some silly errors that cost us. Bailey mixed up her speeds pretty well and hit spots tonight. It was

    Records: Clarksville 2-11, Corydon 7-8.

    Next: Eastern at Clarksville, Tuesday.

 

HENRYVILLE 5, BROWNSTOWN CENTRAL 4

Henryville        202 001 0—5 6 0

Brownstown    003 000 0—4 3 3


    W — Peyton Ottersbach (7-1). L — Bryant. 2B — Emily Stewart (H), Wehmiller (B). HR — Emma Hendricks (H), Hannah Nunn (H), Wayman (B), Rogers (B).

    Records: Henryville 13-2.

 

BOYS’ GOLF

BORDEN 177, ORLEANS 219

At Paoli Country Club, par 35


    Medalist: Tony Wagoner 40.

    Borden: Wagoner 40, Kamden Hurst 43, Carter Hurst 46, Josh Nunn 48, Elijah Franklin 49, Niko Frascella 57.

    Orleans: Andy Ross 44, John Gilbert 47, Tanner Mosson 63, Jesse Wells 65.

    Borden coach Tony Wagoner said: “Tony played well today shooting his lowest round of the season with a 40 and being the Medalists over all. I was pleased with our performance as a team. We travel to Scottsburg Monday, and [we are at] Chariot Run on Tuesday and Thursday. These matches will let us know where we stand as a team.”  

    Next: Borden at Scottsburg, Monday.

 

GIRLS’ TENNIS

BORDEN 5, CLARKSVILLE 0

At Borden

Singles


    No. 1 — Abby Ellis d. Jennie Goldman 0-6, 6-0, 7-5.

    No. 2 — Kendyl Wheatly d. Abigail Hurtgen 6-2, 6-0.

    No. 3 — Sarah Hurst d. Miranda Dekorte 6-0, 6-0.

Doubles

    No. 1 — Mckenzie Owens-Sidney Martin d. Courtney Miller-Cassidy Wood 6-0, 6-0.

    No. 2 — Bailee Kruer-Kaelan Harmes d. Brooke Grizzle-Morgan Radlien 6-0, 6-0.

    Clarksville coach Steve Welcher said: “We lost 5-0 to a very good Borden team. I thought we played hard and aside from the scores the matches were tight. We learned a lot today and we are eager to keep improving. I thought Jennie Goldman really has improved and is becoming one of the top players around.”

    Next: Borden hosts Lanesville, Tuesday.

 

THURSDAY LATE RESULTS

BASEBALL

LANESVILLE 10, HENRYVILLE 7

Lanesville    250 011 1—10 11 1    

Henryville    000 400 3—  7   7 1    


    W — Dauphinee. L — Hall (2-3). 2B — Shaffer (L), Ferree (L), McCubbins (L), Small (H).

    Records: Henryville 6-8.

    Next: Henryville at Paoli (DH), today.

 

GIRLS’ TENNIS

JEFFERSONVILLE 5, JENNINGS COUNTY 0

At Jeffersonville

Singles


    No. 1 — Emily Lewis d. Amy Gaster 6-0, 6-1.

    No. 2 — Larissa Neville d. Avis McGovern 6-1, 6-2.

    No. 3 — Kaitlyn Wunsch d. Kristen Nottingham 6-0, 6-0.

Doubles

    No. 1 — Rachel Williams-Libby West d. Elaine Lynkins-Brittany Lynkins 6-0, 6-0.

    No. 2 — Katie Bowen-Haley Asplund d. Cassie Leach-Hailee Harmon 6-0, 6-2.

    Jeffersonville coach Mark Reilly said: “For our team to only give up six games in all five spots was a nice win. Our doubles teams are starting to play well together and the singles players played within themselves very well tonight. Larissa Neville has really picked up on her consistency in the last two weeks and tonight’s match really showed her improvement.”

    Records: Jeffersonville 6-6.

    JV score: Jeff 4-0.

 

GIRLS’ TRACK & FIELD

At New Washington

HENRYVILLE 68, BORDEN 63, NEW WASHINGTON 23


    100: 1. Kirchgessner (B) 13.27.

    200: 1. Kirchgessner (B) 28.18

    400: 1. Marr (B).

    800: 1. O Lone (H) 2:50.

    1,600: 1. Greene (H) 5:28.

    3,200: 1. Greene (H).

    100 HH: 1. Abbott (N) 19.15.

    300 IH: 1. Kirchgessner (B) 50.81.

    400 relay: 1. Borden 56.08.

    1,600 relay: 1. Henryville 4:39.

    3,200 relay: 1. Henryville 11:49.

    Shot put: 1. Casey (B) 34-7 3/4.

    Discus: 1. Uhl (H) 135-0.

    Long jump: 1. Huddleston (H).  

    High jump: 1. Ruedinger (B) 4-11.

    Next: Henryville vs. Crothersville and New Washington at Austin, Monday. Borden hosts West Washington and Rock Creek, Monday. New Washington vs. Crothersville and Henryville at Austin, Monday.



BOYS’ TRACK & FIELD

At New Washington

BORDEN 83, HENRYVILLE 39, NEW WASHINGTON 30


    100: 1. Knight (B) 12.03.

    200: 1. Knight (B) 24.71.

    400: 1. Herron (N).

    800: 1. Ga. Tipker (B) 2:09.29.

    1,600: 1. Hedrick (H) 4:46.

    3,200: 1. J. Magallenes (B).

    110 HH: 1. Dieterlen (H) 19.40.

    300 IH: 1. McGee (B) 50.81.

    400 relay: 1. Borden 49.82.

    1,600 relay: 1. Borden 3:54.

    3,200 relay: 1. Borden 9:39.

    Shot put: 1. Williams (B) 39.6 3/4.

    Discus: 1. Williams (B) 144.6.

    Long jump: 1. Herron (N)

    High jump: 1. Dieterlen (H) 5.9.

    Next: Henryville vs. Crothersville and New Washington at Austin, Monday. Borden hosts West Washington and Rock Creek, Monday. New Washington vs. Crothersville and Henryville at Austin, Monday.