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April 15, 2014

H.S. ROUNDUP: Providence softball smashes South Central, 12-4

Salem tennis edges Eastern, 3-2

> SOUTHERN INDIANA — With a 13-run third inning, the Providence Pioneers sailed past the visiting South Central Rebels, 20-4 Tuesday.

The win was the fifth for the Pioneers and the most impressive thus far.

Providence only needed 4 1/2 innings to run-rule the Rebels.

After starting slow with just three runs in the first two innings, the Pioneers exploded in the third for 13 runs and blew the game open. Providence added four more runs in the fourth before closing out South Central in the top of the fifth. The Pioneers pounded out 17 hits in the victory with five of them leading to extra bases.

Jaquie Harnung enjoyed a nice day at the plate, with her two doubles she led the Pioneer attack. Marlee Karem, Lillian Hughes, and Charlie Wooford all also collected doubles in the victory.

Sierra Collett was the winning pitcher. She went five innings and allowed four runs on just four hits.

The win puts the Pioneers at 5-2 on the season. They travel to Pekin to play Eastern today.

PROVIDENCE 20, SOUTH CENTRAL 4

S. Central           011 02—  4   4 0    

Providence    12(13) 4x—20 17 3


    W — Sierra Collett (2-2). L — Eckert. 2B — Marlee Karem (P), Jaquie Harnung (P) 2, Lillian Hughes (P), Charlie Wooford (P). Nalley (S).

    Records — Providence 5-2.

GIRLS’ TENNIS

SALEM 3, EASTERN 2

At Pekin

Singles


    No. 1 — Rachel Carter (S) won by default.

    No. 2 — Halie Mueller (E) d. Nicole Sullivan 6-3, 7,6.

    No. 3 — Kolbi Sponcel (E) d. Kai Lee Dinklocker 6-2, 6-0.

Doubles

    No. 1 — Elizabeth Catlin-Claire Shelby (S) d. Tabitha Coats-Riki Hamilton 6-3, 6-3.

    No. 2 — Autumn Gibson-Haley Gross (S) d. Asia Hurst-Lauren Norris 6-1, 6-1.

    Notes: Eastern defaulted No. 1 singles due an illness.    

    Next: Eastern at Paoli, next Monday.

BROWNSTOWN CENTRAL 4, HENRYVILLE 1

At Henryville

Singles


    No. 1 — Calan Blevins (B) d. Shelby Sinn 6-0, 6-2.

    No. 2 — Sarah Johnson (H) d. Kelly Martin 6-0, 6-0.

    No. 3 — Kirsten Acker (B) d. Kendra Tanner 6-1, 6-0.

Doubles

    No. 1 — Brookelyn Hattabaugh-Morgan Thompson (B) d. Marisa Thomasson-Holly Butts 6-2, 6-0.

    No. 2 — Sierra Trowbridge-Heidi Martib (B) d. Tami Burgin-Mya Craig 6-1, 7-5.

    Next: Henryville at Lanesville, today.

    

BOYS' TRACK & FIELD

TRINITY LUTHERAN 65, CLARKSVILLE 46


    100: 1. Marquise Parrish (C) 11.06.

    200: 1. Parrish (C) 24.14.

    400: 1.  Parrish (C) 56.0.

    800: 1. Dakota Roberts (C) 2.30.

    1,600: 1. Onken (T) 5:16.

    3,200: 1. Onken (T) 12:06.

    110 HH: 1. Patterson (T) 18.67.

    300 IH: 1. Patterson (T) 54.03.

    400 relay: 1. Trinity Lutheran 50.46.

    1,600 relay: 1. Trinity Lutheran 6:11.

    3,200 relay: 1. Trinity Lutheran 12:52.

    Shot put: 1. Davis (T) 34-8 1/2.

    Discus: 1.  Noah Edelman (C) 100-2.

    Long jump: 1. Parrish (C) 19-9 1/2.

    High jump: 1. Welker (T) 5-2.

    Next: Clarksville at Henryville, next Wednesday.

 

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