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April 11, 2014

H.S. ROUNDUP: Silver Creek unleashes on Clarksville

Bowles throws no-hitter for Henryville; Charlestown's Brooks breaks own shot put record

> SOUTHERN INDIANA — Silver Creek exploded for 14 runs in just four innings at the plate to down Clarksville 14-0 on Thursday.

The Dragons gave pitcher Cameron Cook plenty of run support. Cook tossed three shutout innings before handing the ball to Drew Sherrow for the save. Cook was dominant over his three frames and allowed just one hit while striking out four.

Offensively Silver Creek was paced by Braydon Ware. Ware went 2-for-2 with a homerun and three runs scored while driving in two. Cody Razer was 3-for-4 with a double and a triple. He also scored two runs and drove in one. Brahm Whittinghill, Shae Durham, and Brooks Howell all also had doubles for the Dragons.

“Our kids relaxed and had some good at-bats tonight,” said Silver Creek assistant coach Scott Jennings. “We had 20 quality at-bats out of 24 appearances.”

Silver Creek now moves to 2-2 on the season and is 1-0 in Mid-Southern Conference play. The Dragons will travel to play at Southwestern today, while Clarksville hosts Borden in a doubleheader Saturday.  


Clarksville           000 00—  0   2 3    

Silver Creek        652 1x—14 11 0

    W — Cameron Cook (1-0). L — Wyatt Kissel (0-2). S — Drew Sherrow (1). 2B — Cody Razer (SC), Brahm Whittinghill (SC), Shae Durham (SC), Brooks Howell (SC). 3B — Razer (SC). HR — Braydon Ware (SC).

    Records: Silver Creek 2-2, Clarksville 1-3.


Crothersville    010 00—  1   0 3    

Henryville         314 80—16 10 2  

    W — Austin Bowles (1-1). L — Davidson (0-1). 2B — Casey (H), McAfee (H), Small (H).

    Game notes: Bowles threw no-hitter in his second career start. He struck out eight batters and walked five.

    Henryville coach Jared Hill: “None of the kids had a clue about the no-hitter after we gave up a run on a dropped fly ball in the second. I wanted to get him out before the fifth, but I had to let him finish. Our kids stayed focused tonight from the beginning to end I’m proud of our guys.”

    Records: Henryville 2-2.

    Next: Henryville at Corydon Central (DH), Saturday.

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