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May 7, 2013

H.S. ROUNDUP: Big Four goes to Providence

Pioneers have four players in 30s to knock off FC

SELLERSBURG — The Providence boys’ golf team had four players shoot in the 30s at Covered Bridge Golf Club on Monday to win the Big Four Tournament.

The Pioneers fired a team score of 151, 11 shots lower than second-place and archrival Floyd Central. New Albany placed third with a 180, and Jeffersonville was fourth with a 186.

Providence senior Cory Cahalan earned medalist honors with a 1-under-par 35. Rounding out the Pioneers’ scoring were Mitchell Allender with a 38 and Kevin Crone and Robert Waiz each with a 39. Teammate Max Hupp shot a 45.

Alex Beyer led the Highlanders with an even-par 36, finishing second in the individual standings. Teammate Devin Jenkins ended up with a 39. Also for Floyd Central, Daniel Shepard carded a 43 and Jack Sparrow and Connor Welch each shot a 44.

Jonny Smith fired the Bulldogs’ lowest score with a 42, while teammate Addison Greenwell had a 44.

Dalton Naiser led the Red Devils with a 43, while fellow Jeff senior Jordan Lacy carded a 45.

NEXT: Providence with East Central at Madison (Sunrise), Thursday; Floyd Central with Jennings County at Seymour (Shadowood), Tuesday; New Albany at Southern Indiana Open (Hidden Creek), Saturday; Jeff with Charlestown at North Harrison, Tuesday.

• Hornets win tri-meet: Medalist Luke Davidson shot a 42 and Mason Edwards had a 43 to lead Henryville to a triangular-meet home victory over South Central and Christian Academy on Monday. The Warriors’ Jayson Arrell carded a 47.

NEXT: Henryville at Christian Academy (Hidden Creek), Thursday.

• Highlanders third, Pioneers fifth at Bloomington North Invitational: Floyd Central finished third and Providence was fifth at the Bloomington North Invitational on Saturday at the Indiana University Golf Course. Beyer led the Highlanders with a 77, while Crone paced the Pioneers with a 75.


• Braves sweep Charlestown: Borden’s undefeated season continued on Monday with a 5-0 victory at Charlestown.

The Braves got singles victories from Abby Ellis, Sarah Hurst and Kendyl Wheatly. At No. 1 doubles, Borden’s Paige Kruer and Morgan Mast beat Bailey Masingo and Hayley Trinkle, 6-3, 6-1. At two doubles, Bailee Kruer and McKenzie Owens rolled past the Pirates’ Suzannah Fielding and Rebecca Keith, 6-0, 6-0.

“The Borden team was the best team we have seen all year,” Charlestown coach Chris Ryan said. “Borden was very good at every position, much better than we could compete for wins against.”

NEXT: Borden (11-0) hosts Providence, today; Charlestown at New Washington, today.

• Mustangs cruise past South Central: Singles players Courtney Amick, Melanie Dieterlen and Ashley Johnson combined to drop only two points in New Washington’s 5-0 victory on Monday at South Central. Mustang doubles winners were Amanda Kemp and Christen Walker at the No. 1 spot and Morgan Baird and Lacy Higbie at No. 2.

NEXT: New Washington hosts Charlestown, today.

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