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April 16, 2014

H.S. SOFTBALL: Jeff softball shuts down New Washington

Floyd softball scores 19 times on 25 hits in win over North Harrison

(Continued)

JEFFERSONVILLE — AUSTIN 8, BORDEN 1

Austin     040 400 0—8 6 0

Borden    000 000 0—1 6 6


    W — Craig. L — Caleb Hart.

    Records: Borden 2-3.

    Next: Borden at Floyd Central, today.

GIRLS’ TENNIS

CLARKSVILLE 3, CHARLESTOWN 2

At Charlestown

Singles


    No. 1 — Jennie Goldman (CV) d. Erika Broady 7-6, 6-1.

    No. 2 — Abigail Hurtgen (CV) d. Sarah Embrey 6-0, 6-4.

    No. 3 — Miranda Dekorte (CV) d. Megan Crawford 7-5, 6-1.

Doubles

    No. 1 — Haley Trinkle-Bailey Masingo (CH) d. Courtney Miller-Cassidy Wood 2-6, 6-0, 6-4.

    No. 2 — Emily Barton-Suzanna Fielding (CH) d. Brooke Grizzle-Morgan Radlien 6-4, 6-3.

        Next: Clarksville at Scottsburg, Monday. Charlestown hosts Salem, Monday.

NEW WASHINGTON 4, TRINITY LUTHERAN 1

At Trinity Lutheran

Singles


    No. 1 — Breanna Pollert (T) d. Melony Bieterlen 6-3, 6-2.

    No. 2 — Olivia Graebe (N) d. Auroa Willman 6-1, 6-3.

    No. 3 — Reagan Zimmerman (N) d. Kelly Adams 6-4, 6-1.

Doubles

    No. 1 — Lacey Higeie-Morgan Beard (N) d. Shelby Nierman-Allison Hackman 6-2, 6-7, 6-3.

    No. 2 — Katy Harrod-Beth Kehrwald (N) d. Cassidy Prentice-Madalyn Lucas 6-2, 6-2.

    New Wash coach Wayne Davis said: “We are a really young team and we lost our No. 1 singles player at the first of the year. Glad to get everyone settled and happy to get our first win.”

    Records: New Washington 1-2

    Next: New Wash hosts Madison, on Monday.

BOYS’ GOLF

HENRYVILLE 182, BORDEN 195, CHARLESTOWN 241

At Champions Pointe, Memphis, par 36


    Medalist: Luke Davidson 39

    Henryville: Davidson 39, Charlie Lefebvre 46, Mason Edwards 46, Cole Grimm 51.

    Borden: Kamden Hurst 44, Reilly Gray 45, TJ Wagoner 49, Elijah Franklin 57, Carter Hurst 63, Niko Francella 64.

    Charlestown: Brady Christman 54, Chris Ison 56, John Watson 62, Wyatt Payne 69, Brevin Stubbins 70.

    Henryville coach Robin Embry said: “Luke carded another good round battling the cold windy conditions. Charlie had a rough start but held on to shoot a decent score. Mason moved down in the 40s and Cole is improving. With dedication, this group will continue to get better.”

    Next: Henryville plays Trinity Lutheran, Monday at Shadowood

TRACK AND FIELD

GIRLS

PROVIDENCE 5-WAY


    Team scores: Providence 93, Henryville 81, North Harrison 62, Charlestown 52, Rock Creek 16.

    Shot put: 1. Megan Brooks (C) 40-2.

    High jump: 1. Sarah Welsh (P) 4-10.

    Long jump: 1. Jenna Daniel (C) 13-0.

    Discus: 1. Natalie Uhl (H) 125-9.

    3,200 relay: 1. Henryville 10:39.

    100 hurdles: Morgan Day (P) 17.15.

    100: 1. Welsh (P) 13.41.

    1,600: 1. Ashton Bolser (NH) 5:25.57.

    400 relay: 1. Providence 53.28.

    400: 1. Charmaine Solis (P) 1:06.94.

    300 hurdles: 1. Day (P) 50.13.

    800: 1. Bailey Wade (P) 2:29.56.

    200: 1. Shayla Neal (NH) 26.96.

    3,200: 1. Cia Greene (H) 11:46.96.

    1,600 relay: 1. Providence 4:28.68.

    Meet notes: Henryville freshman Cia Greene set school records in the 1,600 and 3,200 and helped the Hornets’ 3,200 relay team also set a school mark.

    Henryville coach Josh Conrad: “Overall, we had a good night. Hopefully, we continue to grow and develop as a group.”

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