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April 24, 2014

HIGH SCHOOL ROUNDUP: Dickey throws no-hitter as Pioneers beat Clarksville, 13-0

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> SOUTHERN INDIANA — Wednesday saw a dominant pitching performance as Providence sophomore Austin Dickey led the Pioneers past hosts Clarksville, tossing a no-hit shutout in a 14-0 victory for the Clarksville City Championship.

Dickey went all five innings and held the Generals at bay in the rout. He also struck out eight batters.  

“Austin was overpowering today with his fastball,” Providence coach Scott Hornung said. “ He worked intelligently and aggressively on the mound.”

Dickey helped his own cause with two hits. Freshman Juston Betz also had two hits for the Pioneers. Jay Lorenz successfully reached base all three times he came to bat.

Providence provided Dickey with a high offensive output and a tight defense that only committed one error.

“This was a game for the city championship and it was good to see a solid effort from our team,” Hornung said.

Providence improves to 6-2 on the season and will have a quick turnaround as it hosts Henryville today.

PROVIDENCE 14, CLARKSVILLE 0

Providence    320 18—14 10 1

Clarksville     000 00—  0   0 2


    W — Austin Dickey (1-0). L — Grant (0-1). 2B — Juston Betz (P).

    Records: Providence 6-2.

    Next: Providence hosts Henryville, today; Clarksville hosts Lanesville, today.     

SWITZERLAND COUNTY 11, NEW WASHINGTON 10

Switzerland             240 140 0—11 12 1

New Washington    240 110 2—10 11 2


    W — Tressler. L — Zack Moore. 2B — Danny Nix (N), Zack Hagan (N), Jordan (S).

    Records: New Washington 1-6.

    Next: New Washington at Christian Academy, Friday.

SOFTBALL

PROVIDENCE 5, CORYDON CENTRAL 4

Corydon         021 000 1—4 7 0    

Providence    000 103 1—5 9 2


    W — Sierra Collett (4-2). L — Stiles (3-8). 2B — Alcorn (C), Stiles (C), Nalky (C), Charly Wolford (P). 3B — Jacquie Hornung (P).

    Providence highlights: Collett 2 IP, 2 H, 2 K; Taylor Raymond 2-4; Marlee Karem 2-3; Lillian Hughes 3-4, 2 RBI.

    Game notes: Karly Baumann drew walk to score winning run.

    Providence coach Sean Payne said: “We are starting to put our game together. This was our best game so far.”

    Records: Providence 7-3.

    Next: Providence hosts Switzerland County, today.

FLOYD CENTRAL 7, MADISON SHAWE 1

Silver Creek          041 110 0—7 13 0

Madison Shawe    000 100 0—0   3 3


    W — Caroline Cato (5-0). L — Fox (1-1).  S — Morgan Harper. 3B — Emma Mahan (S).

    Floyd Central highlights: Harper 3-4, 2 R; Gabbi Jenkins 2-4, 2 R, 3 SB; Regan Hadley 2-4; Taylor Castleberry 2-3.

    Floyd Central coach Scott Castleberry said: “With out a key player, I asked the team to play with more emotion. They responded nicely with excellent pitching and execution at the plate.

    Records: Floyd Central 8-1.

    Next: Floyd Central at Mead County (Ky.), today.

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