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April 23, 2013

H.S. ROUNDUP; Floyd girls' tennis team takes care of Red Devils, 4-1

Highlander baseball team pulls dramatic comeback at St. X

> SOUTHERN INDIANA —  The Floyd Central girls’ tennis team downed Hoosier Hills Conference rival Jeffersonville on Tuesday at the Floyd Central courts, 4-1.

The Highlanders only lost five games in their three singles victories. At No. 1 singles, Floyd Central’s Olivia Boesing defeated Morgan Reilly, 6-1, 6-0. The Highlanders’ Erin Patterson won two singles over Kaitlin Wunsch, 6-2, 6-1 and Alex Jamison prevailed at No. 3 singles over the Red Devils’ Larissa Neville, 6-0, 6-1.

Floyd Central’s No. 1 doubles team of Dana Frank and Whitney Batliner defeated Jules Jenks and Emily Lewis, 6-2, 6-2.

Jeff’s only point came at No. 2 doubles, where Rachel Williams and Macy Lancaster knocked off the Highlanders’ Christine McCaffrey and Alexis Applegate, 2-6, 7-6 (7-4), 7-5.

“I think the girls played really well today,” Highlanders’ coach Rick Miller said. “We flipped our lineup a little bit. We played Alexis and Christine at doubles for the first time this season. They tried their best, but they were out of position.”

Red Devil coach Mark Reilly lauded the play of his two doubles tandem.

“I was pleased with our No. 2 doubles team of Macy Lancaster and Rachel Williams. As a doubles team, these two remained unbeaten for the year,” Coach Reilly said.

NEXT: Floyd Central (5-3) vs. Terre Haute South at Bedford North Lawrence, today; Jeff (7-3) will host Jennings County, Thursday.

• Bulldogs sweep Madison: Host New Albany dropped only six games to breeze past Madison on Tuesday, 5-0. The Bulldogs’ singles winners were Erin Kanii, Marin Kanii and Haley Young, while their victorious doubles teams were Emily and Lauren Hoffer and Anne Mattox and Racquel Burch.

NEXT: New Albany hosts Corydon Central, today.

• Pirates down Christian Academy: Charlestown won both doubles matches in a 4-1 home win over Christian Academy on Tuesday. The Pirates got singles victories from Sarah Embry and Megan Crawford, while the Warriors’ Rachel Jones won at one singles.

NEXT: Charlestown will host Providence, Thursday.

• Generals nip North Harrison: Clarksville got victories from its three singles players in a 3-2 victory at North Harrison on Tuesday. The Generals’ singles winners were Jackie Slaten, Abigail Hurtgen and Miranda DeKorte.

NEXT: Clarksville at Eastern, Thursday.

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