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August 22, 2013

H.S. ROUNDUP: Nzombi’s hat trick leads Rock Creek to 13-0 victory

Jeff volleyball beats Charlestown for first win



• Creek wins quad meet: Host Silver Creek shot a team score of 185 to win a quadrangular meet at Hidden Creek Golf Club’s Links Nine course on Thursday.  Borden finished second (194), followed by Eastern (248). Charlestown fielded an incomplete team.

Sophomore Charlotte Seaton led the Dragons with a season-low 38. Rounding out the scoring for Creek were Liv Schmidt with a 45, Lilly Smith with a 46 and Emily Christman with a 56.

“I’m really happy with Charlotte Seaton,” Dragons’ coach Joe Ledbetter said. “Our top three players are keeping the ball in play and avoiding disastrous holes.”

Borden senior Tina Fink earned medalist honors with a 37, while teammate Sarah Potter scored a 50. Marissa Knoebel paced Charlestown with a 43, and Eastern’s Hannah Ingrahm had a 55.

NEXT: Silver Creek, Brownstown Central at Scottsburg, today at Westwood; Eastern at Corydon Central, Monday at Old Capital; Charlestown at North Harrison, Monday.


• Pioneers sweep Seymour: Providence won each match in straight sets to dispose of Seymour on Thursday at Community Park in New Albany, 5-0.

Singles winners for the Pioneers were Will Andres at the No. 1 position, Jacob Quinkert at No. 2 and Landon Carrico at No. 3.

Victorious doubles teams for Providence were Ryan Day and Ben Arnson at No. 1 and Nolan Carrico and Patrick McPhillips at No. 2.

“We had a nice all-around match against a good opponent today,” Pioneers’ coach Scott Gurgol said. “I liked that all the courts played better in the second set than in the first set. It showed me that the boys assessed their opponents and changed strategy to better attack the weaknesses they identified.”

NEXT: Providence (2-0) hosts Madison, Tuesday at Community Park.

• Bulldogs cruise past Jennings: New Albany only dropped 10 games in its 5-0 victory over visiting Jennings County on Thursday.

Winning in singles action for the Bulldogs were Logan Charbonneau at the No. 1 spot, Alec Bates at No. 2 and Kris O’Bryan at No. 3.

New Albany’s No. 1 doubles team of Tanner Goller and Jake Kennard won 6-1, 6-1. At No. 2 doubles, the Bulldogs’ Nathan Johnson and Jack Shine prevailed 6-0, 6-0.

NEXT: New Albany (1-1) at Eastern, next Thursday.

• Borden falls to Austin: Host Borden suffered a 3-0 loss to Austin on Thursday, as two individual matches were called due to rain.

Suffering losses for the Braves were Joseph Vollstedt at two singles, Cody Craddock at three singles and Kamden Hurst and Dylan Scott at No. 1 doubles.


• Jeff’s Gavin 22nd at Seymour Invitational: Senior Maddie Gavin finished 22nd to lead the Jeffersonville girls’ team at Thursday’s Seymour Invitational. Teammates Cat Patton and Candea Smith placed 23rd and 30th, respectively.

“Overall, we had a good solid meet. We left some room for improvement,” Red Devils’ coach Tom Kendall said.

NEXT: Jeff in New Albany Invitational, Saturday at Prosser.

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