News and Tribune

May 9, 2014

HS ROUNDUP: Floyd baseball rallies to beat North, 11-5

Borden softball beats Shawe, 10-0

By GREG MENGELT
greg.mengelt@newsandtribune.com

> SOUTHERN INDIANA — Floyd Central scored seven runs on seven hits in the seventh inning to take an 11-5 victory over Columbus North.

Brandon Smith led the way on the mound and at the plate for the Highlanders, who improved to 18-2 with the victory.

Smith went 3-for-3 with two home runs, a triple and a walk. He drove in three and scored three times. On the mound, he threw a complete game, strikeout out five Bull Dogs and walking one.

After Floyd scored two run in the first, including Smith’s first home run, North (13-3) came back to take a 3-2 lead in the bottom of the first frame. The Highlanders then took a 4-3 lead in the fourth before the Bull Dogs countered with two runs in the fifth for a 5-4 lead, which it held until the seventh.

“We beat a very good team,” Floyd coach Casey LaDuke said. “That’s probably the best offensive team we’ve played all year.”

Colton Kimm added two doubles for Floyd, which hosts Jeffersonville in the opening round of the Hoosier Hills Conference Tournament on Monday.



FLOYD CENTRAL 11, COLUMBUS NORTH 5

Floyd Central          202 000 7—11 11 2

Columbus North    300 200 0—  5   7 3


    W — Brandon Smith (4-1). L — Burton. 2B — Mike Springer (F), Trey Fulton (F), Colton Kimm 2 (F), Thornton (N). 3B — Smith (F). HR — Smith 2 (F).

    Records — Floyd Central 18-2, Columbus North 13-3.



SOFTBALL

Borden’s softball team continued its hot play with a 10-0 victory over Madison Shawe on Friday.

The Braves had 14 hits, including doubles from Haley Shouse, Taylor Steander and Caitlin McKinley, in the victory.

“They had to make some big adjustments at the team and they were able to do that,” Borden coach Alex Knerr said.

Shouse went 3-for-4, McKinley was 2-for-3 and Streander went 2-for-3 for the Braves, who . Also for Borden, Kristen Nestor was 2-for-3 in the win.

Paige Schindler picked up the shutout victory for Borden. She surrendered just three hits in the win.



BORDEN 10, MADISON SHAWE 0

Borden    303 22—10 14 0

Shawe     000 00—  0   3 2


    W — Paige Schindler. L — Fry. 2B — Haley Shouse (B), Taylor Streander (B), Caitlin McKinley (B).



MADISON 9, CLARKSVILLE 2

Madison       002 600 1—9 5 0

Clarksville    001 001 0—2 5 4


    W — Fox. L — Bailey Sharp (3-12). 2B — Smith (M).

    Clarksville highlights: Kayla Wallace 2-3; Sharp 2-3; Sharp 7 IP, 5 H, 7 K, 6 BB.

    Game notes: Clarksville wasn’t able to bat in the bottom of the seventh due to lightning.

    Clarksville coach Tim Hauber: “We’re struggling in the area of pitching. We’re struggling physically and mentally, as well. Tonight we scattered walks, but we end up struggling to throw strikes. Therefore, we throws strikes down the middle and anybody can hit a ball down the middle. We had some throwing errors in some bunt situation and was our own worst enemy.”

    Records: Clarksville 3-12.

    Next: Clarksville hosts Presentation Academy (Ky.), Monday.



GIRLS’ TENNIS

CHRISTIAN ACADEMY 5, NEW WASHINGTON

At New Albany

Singles


    No. 1 — Rachel Jones d. Melanie Dieterlen 6-1, 6-1.

    No. 2 — Lauren Winchell d. Olivia Graebe 6-1, 6-0.

    No. 3 — Courtney Heishman d. Reagan Zimmerman 6-0, 6-0.

Doubles

    No. 1 — Courtney Brown-Emily Mitchell d. Lacy Higbie-Morgan Baird 7-6, 6-3.

    No. 2 — Danielle Summitt-Brittany Moffett d. Katie Herrod-Macy McCarty 6-1, 6-0.

    Records: CAI 8-2.

    Next: CAI at Southwestern Invitational, today at Hanover College.



CLARKSVILLE 4, HENRYVILLE 0

At Clarksville

Singles


    No. 1 — Jennie Goldman d. Sarah Johnson 6-4 7-6.

    No. 2 — Abigail Hurtgen d. Shelby Sinn 6-3 7-5.

    No. 3 — Miranda Dekorte d. Abby Butts 6-0 6-1.

Doubles

    No. 1 — Courtney Miller, Cassidy Wood d. Marisa Thomasson 6-3 6-1.

    No. 2 — Brooke Grizzle-Morgan Radlien (C) led Lindley-Tammy Burgin 4-6, 6-4, 2-1, susp.

    Notes: The No. 2 doubles match was suspended due to rain.

    Clarksville coach Stephen Welcher: “I am really proud of my team. We had a fight on our hands with Henryville. I think the singles players continue to excel. Miranda really was focused today. My No. 1 doubles is really coming together and played really well today. This was another good team effort.”

    Next: Clarksville at Brownstown Central, Monday.



LATE THURSDAY RESULTS

TRACK AND FIELD

CLARKSVILLE FAULKNER RELAYS


    Girls team scores: Madison 79, Henryville 61, Corydon Central 53, Providence 52, Salem 50 1/2, North Harrison 41, Silver Creek 41, Borden 26 1/2, Eastern 20, Austin 18 1/2, South Central 17, Scottsburg 2.

    Boys team scores: Silver Creek 78, North Harrison 69, Providence 52, Scottsburg 51, Eastern 46, Salem 41, Borden 39, Madison 37, Corydon Central 32, Austin 5, South Central 5, Clarksville 4, Rock Creek 3 1/2, Henryville 2.

    Combined team scores: Silver Creek 119, Madison 116, North Harrison 110, Providence 104, Salem 91 1/2, Corydon Central 85, Eastern 66, Borden 65 1/2, Henryville 63, Scottsburg 53, South Central 22, Clarksville 4, Rock Creek 3 1/2.

    Girls discus: 1. Henryville (Uhl/White) 216-6*, 2. Corydon, 3. Silver Creek (Christman/Crouch), 6. Borden.

    Boys discus: 1. Silver Creek (Hosp/Harris) 264-0, 2. Borden (WIlliams/Mast), 3. North Harrison.

    Girls shot put: 1. Madison 68-2, 2. Corydon, 3. Henryville (Uhl/White), 4. Silver Creek, 5. Borden.

    Boys shot put: 1. Silver Creek (Hosp/Harris) 87-10, 2. North Harrison, 3. Eastern (Timmons/Davey), 5. Rock Creek, 6. Borden.

    Girls long jump: 1. Madison 29-10, 2. Henryville, 3. Austin, 4. Eastern, 5. Borden.

    Boys long jump: 1. Madison 39-4 1/2, 2. North Harrison, 3. Silver Creek, 4. Eastern.

    Girls high jump: 1. Madison 9-4, 2. Austin, 3. South Central, 4. Silver Creek, 5. Borden.

    Boys high jump: 1. North Harrison 11-10, 2. Silver Creek, 3. Eastern, 6. Rock Creek.

    Girls 3,200 relay: 1. Salem 10:17.83, 2. Henryville, 3. Silver Creek, 4. Rock Creek.

    Boys 3,200 relay: 1. Borden 8:18.99*, 2. Silver Creek, 3. North Harrison.

    Girls 100: 1. Henryville 26.67, 2. Salem, 3. Borden.

    Boys 100: 1. Providence 22.6, 2. Corydon, 3. Madison, 4. Clarksville, 6. Rock Creek.

    Girls 300 hurdles: 1. Corydon 1:38.61, 2. Salem, 3. Borden, 5. Providence.

    Boys 300 hurdles: 1. Scottsburg 1:28.34, 2. Silver Creek, 3. Salem, 4. Providence, 6. Eastern.

    Boys sprint medley: 1. Providence 1:39.29, 2. Salem, 3. Scottsburg, 4. Eastern.

    Girls sprint medley: 1. Providence 1:55.43*, 2. North Harrison, 3. Madison, 6. Eastern.

    Girls 1,600: 1. Henryville 11:11.06*, 2. Silver Creek, 3. North Harrison.

    Boys 1,600 relay: 1. North Harrison 9:11.16, 2. Borden, 3. Providence, 4. Silver Creek, 5. Henryville.

    Girls 400 relay: 1. Corydon 50.93*, 2. Eastern, 3. Providence.

    Boys 400 relay: 1. Providence 44.24, 2. Eastern, 3. Silver Creek.

    Freshman combo 400: 1. Providence 53.24, 2. Austin, 3. North Harrison.

    Girls 800 relay: 1. Providence 1:51.53*, 2. Madison, 3. North Harrison, 5. Eastern, 6. Silver Creek.

    Boys 800 relay: 1. Scottsburg 1:35.83, 2. Salem, 3. North Harrison, 4. Silver Creek.

    Girls distance medley: 1. Silver Creek 13:27.6*, 2. Henryville, 3. Salem.

    Boys distance medley: 1. Borden 11:00.12*, 2. North Harrison, 3. Silver Creek, 6. Providence.

    Combo freshman 1,600 relay: 1. Providence 4:06.30, 2. Madison, 3. North Harrison, 5. Eastern.

    Girls 1,600 relay: 1. Providence 4:17.53*, 2. Salem, 3. Corydon, 5. Silver Creek, 6. Henryville.

    Boys 1,600 relay: 1. Eastern 3:30.89*, 2. Silver Creek, 3. Corydon, 6. Providence.

    Girls pole vault: 1. Madison 18-0, 2. Borden (Kirchgessner), 3. North Harrison, 4. Eastern.

    Boys pole vault: 1. Madison, 2. Scottsburg, 3. Eastern (Eberle/Worrall), 5. Borden.

* Meet record



BOYS’ GOLF

CORYDON CENTRAL 147, FLOYD CENTRAL 149, HERITAGE HILLS 152

At Christmas Lake G.C., Santa Claus


    Medalist: Vannikle (H) 34.

    Corydon: Wiseman 37, Crawford 38, Fredricks 36, Wiseman 39, Coleman 36.

    Floyd Central: Jack Sparrow 36, Connor Welch 37, Clayton Crum 38, David Shepherd 38, Billy Sleight 41.

    Heritage Hills: Vannickle 34, Teaford 35, Gorden 41, Deller 42, Braun 43.

    Match notes: Corydon entered the match ranked 10th in the state. Floyd is ranked 13th.

    Next: Floyd Central at Bloomington North Invitational, today at Indiana University.



BASEBALL

EASTERN 6, SCOTTSBURG 3

Eastern          000 203 1—6 11 0    

Scottsburg    100 200 0—3 10 1    


    W — Shepherd (2-0). 2B — Ames (E), Miller (E), Roberts (E), Stewart (E), Baker (S), Shunnara (S).

    Eastern highlights: Dustyn Miller went 3-for-4 with two runs and an RBI. He also struck out three Warriors in 2 2/3 innings.

    Next: Eastern at Crawford County (DH), today.