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April 17, 2014

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

Jeff baseball rallies to beat Seymour

(Continued)

SELLERSBURG — 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.

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