News and Tribune

April 17, 2014

H.S. ROUNDUP: Cook throws no-hitter against Austin

Jeff baseball rallies to beat Seymour

BY HANSON CRAFTON
sports@newsandtribune.com

SELLERSBURG — Silver Creek pitcher Cameron Cook did something on Thursday not too many pitchers are fortunate to ever do.

Cook tossed a no-hitter against the visiting Austin Eagles. The strong performance earned Cook his second win of the season and propelled the Class 3A No. 4 Dragons to a 10-0 victory over Austin.

“Cameron Cook had a good night on the mound,” said Silver Creek coach Scott Jennings. “It was a good night, not a great night. The best part was he battled. He was not super sharp. Austin has a good ballclub and they play the game the right way. We have a ton of respect for them. If they came back tomorrow, they would come to win and they might beat us 10-0. Austin had an off night and we had a good night on the mound and at the plate.”

Cook carried the Dragons through five innings not allowing a single run. He walked two but struck out eight during his dominance.

Offensively, the Dragons swung the bats well. Although not much was needed, Silver Creek provided its pitcher with a load of run support. The Dragons’ Logan Murphy was perfect at the dish going 3-for-3 with a run scored. Silver Creek’s Brahm Whittinghill was 2-for-3 with a triple, a RBI, and crossed home two times. Teammate Brooks Howell was 2-for-3 with a double and two RBIs.

Silver Creek moves to 4-2 on the season and are 2-0 in the Mid-Southern Conference. The Dragons will play at New Washington today.



SILVER CREEK 10, AUSTIN 0

Austin        000 00—  0 0 5    

Silver Creek        222 31—10 9 2

    W — Cameron Cook (2-0). L — A. McIntosh. 2B — Shae Durham (S). 3B — Brahm Whittinghill (S).

    Records — Silver Creek 4-2 (2-0 MSC); Austin 8-1 (0-1 MSC).



NEW ALBANY 14, MADISON 2

New Albany        045 104—14 16 1    

Madison        020 000—  2   5 5

    W — Tanner Goller (3-0). L — Clark Vaughn. 2B — Tucker Marcum (N), Brady Parr (N), Derek Anderson (M). 3B — Marcum (N). HR — Jack Shine (N), Ethan Leach (M).

    New Albany highlights: Marcum 4-for-5, Joey Collins 2-for-3, Parr 2-for-3, Timmie Redford 2-for-4, 2 RBIs, AJ NIxon 3 RBIs.

    Records: New Albany 8-1, Madison 2-3.

    Next: New Albany at Jasper, Saturday.



JEFFERSONVILLE 8, SEYMOUR 3

Jeffersonville    000 001 7—8 8 0    

Seymour        010 002 0—3 5 3

    W — Drew Ellis (2-0). L — Janzen Bloom. 2B — Hayden Robb (J), Jared Burke (J), Josh Burke (J). HR — Drew Ellis (J).

    Jeff highlights: Josh Burke 3-for-4, Jared Burke 2-for-3.

    Game notes: Josh Burke 6 IP, 4K, 3BB, 5 hits, 3 ER; Ellis 2 IP, 4K.

    Jeff coach Derek Ellis: “Their pitcher did a nice job. We couldn’t get anything going. Drew hit a home run in the sixth to tie it up. They came back and took the lead and our kids never gave up. They battled to the end and I’m proud of them.”

    Records: Jeff 5-2.

    Next: Jeffersonville hosts Charlestown, today.



NORTH HARRISON 10, CLARKSVILLE 0

Clarksville        000 00—  0   2 3    

North Harrison    120 07—10 13 0        

    W — Arnold. L — Lind. 2B — Nick Jones (C).

    Clarksville highlights: Jones 2-for-2.

    Clarksville coach Jamie Knight: “Our starting pitcher did a good job of keeping us in the game and we played solid defense for four innings. However, their pitcher did a good job of keeping us off balance and we could not get anything going offensively.”  

    Next: Clarksville at Henryville (DH), Saturday.



HENRYVILLE 13, SOUTHWESTERN 3

Southwestern    102 00—  3   3 1    

Henryville        602 23—13 12 1

    W — Jimmy Small (1-1). L — Strong. 2B — Small (H), Cissell (H), Reister (H), Embs (S), Swartz (S).

    Game notes: The Hornets had a season-high 12 hits and scored their second highest total of runs in the 2014 campaign. Four different Hornets had multiple hits as the Hornets coasted to their third victory.

    Henryville coach Jared Hill: “We did a great job at the plate today, and Jimmy did a heck of a job getting ahead of hitters.”

    Next: Henryville hosts Clarksville (DH), Saturday.



BOYS’ GOLF

NORTH HARRISON 172, ROCK CREEK 188, SOUTH CENTRAL 215

At Chariot Run G.C., Elizabeth, par 36

    Medalist: Joseph Hinton (NH) 39, Brett Kastetler (RC) 39.

    Rock Creek: Kastetler 39, Jeremiah Wilkinson 47, Max Vogen 46, Ben Hill 56.

    Rock Creek coach Kaleb Lay: “All my guys played pretty well today. Jeremiah had an off day, but I expect him to play well in our match [today]. As a team, we are improving with every match.”

    Next: Rock Creek plays triangular match with Borden and Crothersville at Westwood Golf Course, today.



SOFTBALL

BORDEN 1, FLOYD CENTRAL 0

    W — Paige Schindler. L — Kassie King. 2B — Avery Wohlleb (F). HR — Haley Shouse (B).

    Borden highlights: Shouse went 2-for-3. Her home run was an inside-the-park shot.

    Borden coach Alex Knerr: “This was a very well-played ballgame by both teams. Caitlin McKinley made some crucial plays in center [field] for us. The outcome of the game could’ve been much different without her coming through for us defensively. I’m extremely proud of her and all of our girls.”

    Next: Borden hosts Eastern (DH), Saturday; Floyd Central at Jasper, Saturday.



CHARLESTOWN 2, SCOTTSBURG 1

Scottsburg        000 100 0—1 3 1

Charlestown        002 000 0—2 4 0

    W — Kendall Cline. L — Tscheulin. S — Carly Price. 2B — Tscheulin (S).

    Charlestown highlights: Cline 5 IP, 10K; Price 2 IP, 2K.

    Next: Charlestown hosts Perry Central, today.



GIRLS’ TENNIS

SACRED HEART (KY.) 4, FLOYD CENTRAL 1

At Louisville

Singles

    No. 1 — Giorgia Rossetto (F) d. Carolyn Walter 6-1, 6-1.

    No. 2 — Abby MacMillar (S) d. Dana Frank 6-2, 6-2.

    No. 3 — Kailey King (S) d. Alexis Applegate 6-2, 6-2.

Doubles

    No. 1 — Quo-Hammons (S)  d. Patterson-Jamison 6-3, 6-1.

    No. 2 — Dahlam-Roberts (S)  d. Little-Stock 6-2, 6-3.

    Floyd Central coach Rick Miller: “Wow! They are a very talented team, especially at doubles. Our girls may have been a little tired after Wednesday’s long trip, but [Sacred Heart] played well at home and should easily win their second state championship in a row. It was a good experience for our kids because we know where to improve on the holes in our games.”

    Next: Floyd Central hosts Christian Academy of Louisville, today.



SILVER CREEK 5, CORYDON CENTRAL 0

At Silver Creek

Singles

    No. 1 — Kat Hebble d. Lilly Kopsalis 6-0, 6-0.

    No. 2 — Grace Clayton d. Jenna Rice 6-0, 6-1.

    No. 3 — Morgan Bobo d. Haley Hill 6-2, 6-2.

Doubles

    No. 1 — Morgan Sharp-Kelsi Scott d. Bridget Kelly-Meredith Wells 6-3, 6-0.

    No. 2 — Olivia Schettler-Tori Nolley d. Valerie Crawford-Bethany Thomas 6-3, 6-3.

    Silver Creek coach Robert Briscoe: “After starting the year off playing teams like Bloomington North, Jasper and Castle, we have found out that we have the ability to be a great team this year. We have found a lot of things that we need to work on. But we are already starting to see the improvement that we need to see. Tonight, we played without two of our top seven girls and played a solid match against a conference opponent. We are excited about getting better and reaching our potential.”

    Records: Silver Creek 2-4 (1-0 MSC).

    Next: Silver Creek at Brownstown Central, today.



NORTH HARRISON 4, NEW ALBANY 1

At North Harrison

Singles

    No. 1 — Maddie Janes (NH) d. Anna Mattox 6-4, 6-3.

    No. 2 — Lindsey Schumaker (NH) d. Ashley Fulmer 3-6, 6-4, 6-2.

    No. 3 — Racquel Burch (NA) d. Rachel Biddle 6-1, 6-2.

Doubles

    No. 1 — Peyton Fravel-Sydney Fravel (NH) d. Haley Young-Megha Dhanapal 4-6, 6-4, 6-2.

    No. 2 — Lexie James-Kaylee Nordoff (NH) d. Rachel Johnson-Bayasa Batsaikhan 6-0, 6-2.

    Next: New Albany at Jeff Invitational, today.



JEFFERSONVILLE 3, CHRISTIAN ACADEMY 2

At Jeff

Singles

    No. 1 — Emily Lewis (J) d. Rachel Jones 7-6, 6-2.

    No. 2 — Lauren Winchell (C) d. Larissa Neville 6-0, 6-2.

    No. 3 — Kaitlin Wunsch (J) d. Courtney Heisman 5-7, 6-0, 7-5.

Doubles

    No. 1 — Rachel Williams-Libby West (J) d. Courtney Brown-Brittany Mobbett 6-4, 6-2.

    No. 2 — Callie Allison-Kacie Arrell (C) d. Katie Bowen-Haley Aslplund 6-2, 6-3.

    Jeff coach Mark Reilly: “I knew that Christian Academy had a nice team. They finished second in the eight-team New Albany Invitational last week and have a nice solid team. Hats off tonight to Kaitlin Wunsch for winning the deciding match. She played for three hours and was able to end up on top at the end, but it could have easily gone the other way. Kaitlin was down 3-4 in the third set, but won four of the last five games to take the match. She told me she thought the match was on her shoulders, but I was glad I didn’t bring it up on the change over.”

    Records: Jeffersonville 2-2.

    JV score: Christian Academy 5, Jeffersonville 3.

    Next: Jeffersonville hosts Jeff Triple Dual, Saturday. Christian Academy at Shawe Memorial, today.



TRACK AND FIELD

BOYS

NEW ALBANY RELAYS

    Team scores: Floyd Central 131 1/2, Silver Creek 102, Jeffersonville 82, Bedford North Lawrence 76, New Albany 69, Corydon Central 31 1/2, South Central 4.

    100: 1. Tuwan Payton (NA) 10.85, 2. Bobby Raines (SC), 3. Isaiah Blanton (J).

    110 hurdles: 1. Grant Foster (FC) 15.40, 2. Chase Blakeman (FC), 3. Bryce Conn (J).

    1,600: 1. Tanner Coots (SC) 4:40.19, 2. Andrew Westfall (SC), 3. Jake Pitts (CC).

    300 hurdles: 1. Blakeman (FC) 41.76, 2. Conn (J), 3. DeSean Daugherty (J).

    3,200: 1. Alec Heitz (FC) 10:12.20, 2. Chad Lawrence (FC), 3. Tim Baumgart (NA).

    3,200 relay: 1. Silver Creek 8:20.62, 2. Jeffersonville, 3. Floyd Central.

    400 relay: 1. Bedford North Lawrence 44.15, 2. New Albany, 3. Floyd Central.

    Discus: 1. Schuyler Hosp (SC) 141-8, 2. Spencer Harris (SC), 3. Tymon Brown (J).

    Shut put: 1. Mike Flynn (BNL) 51-0, 2. Hosp (SC), 3. Harris (SC).

    High jump: 1. Javen Reeves (NA) 6-6, 2. Matt Garrison (BNL), 3. Isaiah Hickman (NA).

    Pole vault: 1. Rocco Renton (FC) 11-0, 2. Chris Tucker (CC), 3. Nick Burkland (FC).

    Long jump: 1. Garrison (BNL) 22-11, 2. Guy Oliver (J), 3. Logan Vaughn (FC).

    400: 1. David Morales (J) 50.42, 2. Vaughn (FC), 3. Garrett Flinn (BNL).

    800: 1. Adam Wallace (FC) 2:00.00, 2. Reese Tarr (FC), 3. Morgan Davidson (SC).

    200: 1. Nathan Dotts (BNL) 22.01, 2. Seth Farris (NA), 3. Payton (NA).

    1,600 relay: 1. Jeffersonville (Tyrone Henry, Caleb Smith, Isaiah Salazar, Morales) 3:29.70, 2. Bedford North Lawrence,  3. Floyd Central.



BORDEN 82, ORLEANS 44

    100: 1. Knight (B) 12.15.

    200: 1. Knight (B) 24.65.

    400: 1. Ge. Tipker (B).

    800: 1. Ga. Tipker (B) 2:10.

    1,600: 1. T. Magallanes (B) 4:40.

    3,200: 1. J. Magallanes (B).

    110 HH: 1. J. Smith (O) 18.04.

    300 IH: 1. Smith (O) 46.81.

    400 relay: 1. Borden 50.37.

    1,600 relay: 1. Borden 3: 56.

    3,200 relay: 1. Borden 9:14.

    Shot put: 1. Williams (B).

    Discus: 1. Williams (B) 132.7.

    Long jump: 1. Smith (O) 17.10 1/2.

    High jump: 1. Smith (O) 6.1.

    Pole vault: 1. J Rafferty (B) 12.



GIRLS

BORDEN 68, ORLEANS 62

    100: 1. Kirchgessner (B) 13.38.

    200: 1. Nestor (B) 29.68.

    400: 1. Marr (B) 1:09.57.

    800: 1. A Kendall (O) 2:44.88.

    1,600: 1. Ramsey (O) 6:41.

    3,200: 1. Agnew (B) 15:19.

    100 hurdles: 1. Noblitt (O) 18.09.

    300 hurdles: 1. Kildry (B) 51.48.

    400 relay: 1. Borden 55.93.

    1,600 relay: 1. Orleans 4:43.7.

    3,200 relay: 1. Orleans 11:59.

    Shot put: 1. C. Casey (B) 31.5.

    Discus: 1. Casey (B) 112.10.

    Long jump: 1. Stevenson (O) 13.10.

    High jump: 1. Ruedinger (B) 4.10.

    Pole vault: 1.Kirchgessner (B) 7.6.

    Next: Borden vs. South Central at Lanesville, Tuesday.



WEDNESDAY LATE RESULTS

BOYS’ GOLF

COLUMBUS NORTH 155, PROVIDENCE 159, JENNINGS COUNTY 172

    Medalist: Kevin Crone (P) 37

    Providence: Crone 37, Erich Day 39, Mitchell Allender 41, Max Leist 42.

    Providence coach Ken Allender said: “ I am pleased with our progress. Kevin Crone is playing well and Erich Day is showing lots of improvement.”

    Next: Providence at the Legends Spring Preview, Saturday.



BASEBALL

PROVIDENCE 12, SALEM 1

Providence    402 15—12 6 2

Salem        000 10—  1 3 2

    W — Cam Harvey (3-0). L — Thompson (0-1). 2B — Shahroudi (P).

    Providence highlights: Jacob Quinkert 3 RBI, Parker Graf reached base all four plate appearances.

    Records: Providence 5-2.

    Next: Providence at Clarksville, Wednesday.