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May 3, 2014

H.S. ROUNDUP: New Albany baseball wins two in Evansville

Floyd Central tennis takes Zionsville title

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NEW ALBANY 12, EVANSVILLE MATER DEI 1

New Albany        410 025—12 19 1    

Mater Del.           100 000—  1   4 0    


    W — Brandon Johnson (7-0). L — DeWeese. 2B — Jack Shine 2 (N), Joey Collins (N), Brady Parr (N), AJ Nixon 2 (N).

   

NEW ALBANY 9, EVANSVILLE NORTH 8

New Albany            105 002 1—9 13 2    

Evansville North    300 005 0—8   9 1    


    W — AJ Nixon (2-0). L — Hagedorn. 2B — Joey Collins (N), AJ Nixon (N), Whitler (E), Gulledge (E), Holmes (E).

    Records — New Albany 15-2.

   

FLOYD CENTRAL 21, BEDFORD NORTH LAWRENCE 1

Bedford                 000 10—  1   3 1    

Floyd Central    3(12)0 6x—21 18 0  
 

    W — Phillip Archer (4-0). L — Mason Mack. 2B — Trey Fulton (F), Colton Kimm (F), Phillip Archer (F), Jon Cato (F), Mike Springer (F). HR — Tonne Tow (B).



BROWNSTOWN 4, FLOYD CENTRAL 0

Floyd Central      000 000 0—0 6 2    

Brownstown        002 002 x—4 8 2    


    W — Green. L — Brandon Smith. 2B — Borden (B).

    Records: Floyd Central 15-2.

    Next: Floyd Central hosts Tell City, Tuesday.



EASTERN 12, SALEM 1

Eastern     109 02—12 10 0    

Salem        000 10—  1   1 0    


    W — Cody Shepard (2-0). 2B — Scot Arnes (E) 2, Brayton Brading (E) 2, Dustyn Miller (E).

    Eastern highlights: Shepard 5 IP, 1 H, 1 ER, 3 BB, 10 K.

  

EASTERN 9, WEST WASHINGTON 0

W. Washington    000 000 0—0 3 5    

Eastern                 300 600 x—9 9 1    


    W — Dustyn Miller (2-2). 2B — Scot Arnes (E), Brayton Brading (E), Eberle (E), Miller (W).

    Next: Eastern hosts Corydon Central, Monday.



GIRLS’ TENNIS

The ninth-ranked Floyd Central tennis team came out of the Zionsville Invitational with three more victories and state title hopes.

The Highlanders took the Zionsville crown after solid victories over Center Grove, No. 16 Zionzville and No. 22 Brebeuf.

“Just like I told you on Friday, if we win these three games we were for real,” Floyd Central coach Rick Miller said. “We are real contenders to get deep in the state tournament.”

Floyd’s singles players dominated the tournament, winning every match of the day. Giorgia Rosetto, Dana Frank and Alexis Aplegate combined to win all 18 sets they played.

The first two matches were close with Floyd Central edging Center Grove and Zionsville 3-2.

The last match against Brebeuf was the Highlanders’ best performance. Along with the singles victories, Emily Stock and Kailyn Little earned 3-6, 6-3, 10-6 victory over Willa Sassu and Regan Wagner to give Floyd a 4-1 advantage.

“The girls are really happy with the wins,” said Miller. “I’m a perfectionist, so I still see things we need to improve on, but that was three pretty good teams, so it was three pretty good wins.”

Floyd Central will be back in action on Tuesday as it hosts Castle High School.

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