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October 9, 2013

TUESDAY HIGH SCHOOL ROUNDUP: Henryville girls, Borden boys win SAC

Hornets boys, Brave girls finish runner-up

LANESVILLE —  Henryville recieved a strong outing from its cross country teams on Tuesday as its girls won the Southern Athletic Conference championship and the boys finished second at Lanesville.

The girls were again lead by Sadie Spears, who was the overall individual SAC champion, and freshman Cia Greene, who finished in second. The Hornets had three finish in the top 10 as they squeaked by Borden by eight points.

Greene finished with a time of 20:41 finishing just one second behind race winner Spears, giving Henryvile a strong 1-2 punch in the event. Henryville’s third runner was Megan O’Lone, who finished 8th, to give Henryville the finish they needed.

“I thought our girls would probably win if our third and fourth runners came out to compete,” Henryville coach Brad Nifong said. “Spears and Greene are typically leading the pack and the rest supported their efforts today.”

The Henryville boys also ran a good race, finishing second behind powerhouse Borden. Henryville recieved two top-10 finishers with Jacob Hedrick (17:11) and Zack Knox 17:18, who came in second and third, respectively.

Borden had four runners finish in the top six, which made the Braves unbeatable. Borden sophomore Julien Magallanes was the SAC champion in 16:46 — 25 seconds ahead of runner-up Hedrick.

“It’s always a great feeling to win a conference title and I am proud of our boys’ success,” Borden coach Liz Carmony said.

“Knox put together his best run of the year and Hedrick simply did what he needed to do in the last mile to claim his spot behind Magallanes,” Nifing said. “We had two [personal records] out of our top-five boys today, so I’m looking forward to putting together a similar performance in the sectional next week.”


At Lanesville


    Team scores: Henryville 46, Borden 54, New Washington 69, Crothersville 71, South Central 89, Lanesville Inc.

    Overall Winner: Saddie Spears (H) 20:40.

    Top 10: 1. Saddie Spears (H), 2. Cia Greene (H) 20:41, 3. Olivia Graebe (N) 21:15, 4. Breana Bragar (C) 22:16, 5. Bailey Kaake (L) 22:28, 6. Brooklyn Agnew (B) 22:45, 7. Abby Ellis (B) 23:10, 8. Megan O’Lone (H) 23:23, 9. Sandy Wagner (S) 23:37, 10. Katie Winsteal (L) 24:17.

    Borden coach Liz Carmony, “Our top 2 girls had strong finishes to help our girls’ finish runner-up.”



    Team scores: Borden 30, Henryville 52, Lanesville 73, New Washington 80, South Central 115, Crothersville 165.

    Overall winner: Julien Magallanes (B) 16:46.

    Top 10: 1. Magallanes (B), 2. Jacob Hedrick (H) 17:11, 3. Zach Knox (H) 17:18, 4. George Tipker (B) 17:43, 5. Nathen Magallanes (B) 17:57, 6. Gavin Tipker (B) 18:00, 7. Dalton Terry (S) 18:04, 8. Brandon Horton (N) 18:15, 9. Luke Walker (L) 18:22, 10. Gabe Sronce 18:35.



At Hardy Lake


    Team scores: Silver Creek 39, North Harrison 54, Brownstown 78, Salem 94, Charlestown 113, Corydon 165, Eastern 178, Austin Inc., Clarksville Inc., Scottsburg Inc.

    Silver Creek: 2. Mackenzie Crouch 20:11, 4. Maggie Shields 20:47, 6. Brittany Sharp 20:59, 10. Jessica Backherms 21:52, 17. Miranda Coats 23:09, 19. Paris Brock 23:18, 23. Emory Lewis 24:00.

    Charlestown: 5. Whitney Andrews 20:58, 16. Alysha Flaget 23:02, 27. Mary Hoff 24:37, 30. Laren Crowe 25:06, 35. Kaitlynn Henning 27:17, 43. Molly Sumner 37:53.

    Eastern: 31. Sarah Teush 25:13, 33. Allie McClellan 26:29, 37. Rachel Hamilton 27:27, 38. McKenna Keltner 27:53, 39. Kolbi Sponcel 28:06, 40. Olivia Fleenor 28:27, 41. Courtney West 30:04.

    Clarksville: Amber Fryrear 30:35.

    Silver Creek coach Darrell Kingery: “The girls again ran well tonight. We had four in the top 10, seven in the top 24, to lead us to the win. This was one step in the last chapter in this season. The next big test is sectional next Tuesday and I think this group is eager to see what happens.”



    Team scores: North Harrison 33, Brownstown 63, Silver Creek 88, Eastern 119, Salem 135, Corydon 156, Austin 156, Scottsburg 181, Charlestown 232.

    Overall winner: Daniel Fleace (N) 16:23.

    Silver Creek: 5. Coots, 15. Cameron Stephens 18:12, 19. Morgan Davidson 18:24, 22. Tyler Priddy 18:35, 27. Andrew Westfall 18:53, 49. Matt Street 24:14.

    Eastern: 10. McDaniel, 16. Josh Ratts 18:17, 28. Reid Prindle 19:00, 29. Cody Shepherd 19:01, 36. Dalton Jackson 19:20, 37. Alex Hobson 19:33.

    Charlestown: 24. Seth Parker 18:40, 42. Eric Harris 19:53, 52. Tyler Peterson 21:21, 55. Brett Brooks 21:58, 59. Jake Flaget 26:16.

    Silver Creek coach Darrell Kingery: “This was a good race for our boys. Each runner had a better time than last week on the same course, which was a good sign that we’re headed in the right direction. Next Tuesday will be a good test to see if we can repeat as sectional champs.”




At Silver Creek

    Set scores: 25-9, 25-7, 25-17.

    Silver Creek highlights: Danni Densford 8 kills, 1 block, 1 dig; Liz Mann 5 kills, 5 aces, 4 digs; Kelsi Scott 6 kills, 3 assists, 1 block; Kaitlyn Ramser 22 assists, 2 kills, 4 digs.

    Quotes: Silver Creek coach Jeff Zimmerman, “Mess of a game. Kaitlyn Ramser did a nice job distributing and getting everyone involved. We’ve got to get ready for our “pink out” Thursday against New Albany.”

    Records: Silver Creek 19-11.

    Next: Silver Creek hosts New Albany, Thursday.

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