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May 9, 2014

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

Borden softball beats Shawe, 10-0

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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

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