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April 30, 2013

SPORTS IN BRIEF: April 30, 2013

Kimmel falls short of 10th ARCA win at Salem



New Albany boys’ camp registration

The New Albany High School boys’ basketball camp will take place in May and June. The camp is open for boys in grades K-8.

Grades K-1 will meet at Grant Line Elementary School May 17 and May 20-21 from 2:30-4 p.m. each day.

Grades 2-5 will meet at New Albany High School June 3-7 from 9 a.m.-noon each day. Grades 6-8 will meet at NAHS June 3-7 from 1-4 p.m.

Enrollment forms can be picked up at any elementary or middle

school in the New Albany school system. If any questions, call New Albany boys’ basketball coach Jim Shannon at 812-542-8506 ext. 2534.


New Washington to have physicals on May 13

New Washington Middle/High School will have sports physicals for the 2013-14 school year from 5:30-7 p.m. on Monday, May 13 at the school.

Cost is $20 and payment must be made in cash. Physical forms are available in the school’s main office or online at


Two Grenadiers named to All-KIAC team

Indiana University Southeast junior Jimmy Nungester and freshman Trent Wallace were named to the All-Kentucky Intercollegiate Athletic Conference team on Saturday.

The Grenadiers defeated St. Louis Pharmacy 5-0 in the KIAC Tournament on Saturday afternoon before falling 5-1 to eventual KIAC champion Asbury University later in the day.


Four IUS players made All-KIAC first team

Indiana University Southeast senior pitcher Elliott Fuller was named the Kentucky Intercollegiate Athletic Conference Pitcher of the Year and four players were named to the All-KIAC first team on Monday.

Three Grenadiers were named to the All-KIAC second team and three were KIAC Gold Glove Award winners.

Fuller, fellow senior outfielder Mitchell Mattingly, junior infielder Frank Pluskota and junior catcher Louis Helmburg were first-team selections for IUS.

The Grenadiers named to the second team were senior first baseman Justin Hurst, sophomore outfielder Marcus Howard and sophomore pitcher Evan Bickett. Hurst, Howard and Helmburg were Gold Glove award winners.

Fuller pitched 60 2/3 innings over 10 games on the season and finished with a 0.89 earned-run average. He had a 6-2 record and struck out 35 opposing batter on the season. The senior pitcher ranks third in NAIA total earned runs allowed (six) and ERA (0.89).

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