News and Tribune

September 23, 2013

H.S. ROUNDUP: CAI sweeps rival Mustangs

Jeff sweeps North Harrison; Clarksville tops Crothersville in volleyball action

BY HANSON CRAFTON and GREG MENGELT
sports@newsandtribune.com

> SOUTHERN INDIANA — In a matchup of Sectional 62’s top two teams, Christian Academy’s volleyball team swept New Washington 25-19, 25-23, 26-24 at CAI — the location of Sectional 62 in late October — on Monday night.

Krista Boesing had 19 kills, three blocks and five digs to help lead the Warriors to the victory and a 12-6 record.

“We experimented with a lineup change tonight to help to focus on our blocking,” CAI coach Walter Pauly said. “We also tried to concentrate on our passing to create one-on-one hitting situations. Of course, we can always improve on our passing.

Emily Haworth added an eight-kill, five-ace performance for the Warriors. Alex Falcone had 30 assists and nine digs and Alex Lyons also had nine digs.

“Alex Lyons had a great night defensively,” Pauly said.

Caroline Ricks led the Mustangs with 14 kills and three blocks.

“Once again, New Washington’s Caroline Ricks is difficult to stop,” Pauly said.

Both teams face another sectional opponent tonight; CAI hosts Lanesville and the Mustangs host Borden.



CHRISTIAN ACADEMY 3, NEW WASHINGTON 0

At CAI


    Set scores: 25-19, 25-23, 26-24.

    New Wash highlights: Caroline Ricks 14 kills, 3 blocks; Courtney Amick 8 assists, 1 ace; Ashley Johnson 9 digs, 1 ace.

    CAI highlights: Krista Boesing 19 kills, 3 blocks, 5 digs; Alex Falcone 30 assists, 9 digs; Emily Haworth 8 kills, 5 aces; Sierra Rayzor 5 kills, 3 blocks; Ezra Staggers 4 aces; Alex Lyons 9 digs; Abby Falcone 5 digs.

    Records: New Wash ; CAI 12-6.

    JV: CAI 25-11, 25-7.



JEFFERSONVILLE 3, NORTH HARRISON 0

At Jeffersonville


    Set scores: 25-20, 25-23, 25-28.

    Jeff highlights: Brooklyn Garrison 3 aces 10 digs; Mary Pat Geary 7 kills; Rachel Williams 10 digs; Hailey Lacy 3 blocks.

    Quotes: Jeffersonville coach Renee Stock, “The girls looked comfortable and confident on the court. Shelby Moore had a really aggressive offensive game.She motivates everyone and communicates the entire time. Sara Garwood and Bayley Whitlow both hustled and played great defense.”

    Next: Jeffersonville at Madison, Thursday.



AUSTIN 3, CHARLESTOWN 0

At Charlestown


    Set scores: 25-17, 25-15, 25-15.

    Charlestown highlights: Carly Price 3 kills, 1 dig, 1 ace; Cassie Martin 1 kill, 1 assist, 4 aces; Kim Knight 2 kills, 2 blocks; Megan Brooks 1 kill, 9 assists, 2 blocks, 2 digs, 2 aces.

    Quotes: Charlestown coach Tammy Nuxoll, “We did a much better job communicating and playing as a team tonight. Even when we were struggling, the team continued to fight hard and didn’t give up. We came out a lot more aggressive in this match and that helped us in our overall play. We have worked really hard in practice since the Salem match on our serve reception and overall that was better tonight. Overall, I am pleased with the girls efforts tonight.”

    Next: Charlestown at Providence, today.



CLARKSVILLE 3, CROTHERSVILLE 1

At Clarksville


    Set scores: 20-25, 25-15, 25-13, 25-20.

    Clarksville highlights: Ali Aparkman 16 kills, 4 blocks, 9 digs; Chey Bledsoe 6 kills, 29 assists; Maggie Kane 6 kills; Carol Hawkins 6 kills, 3 blocks.

    Quotes: Clarksville coach John McEwen, “It was nice to get the victory after losing he first set. Before the match we talked about needing this match as a momentum builder leading up to our Henryville match on Wednesday. Unfortunately, we did not play the way I would have hoped or the way we need to beat Henryville. I’m glad we have a day if practice to regroup and get ready.”

    Next: Clarksville hosts Henryville, Wednesday.



BOYS’ SOCCER

ROCK CREEK 4, CORYDON CENTRAL 3

At Corydon

SCORING PLAYS

First half


    RC — Bailey (unassisted), 6th min.

    C — LaMure (unassisted), 12th.

    RC —Bailey (unassisted), 21st.

    C — Dunaway (Smith), 28th.

    RC — Evans (Brown), 34th.

Second half

    RC — Nzombi (unassisted), 58th.

    C — Own goal, 71st.

    Quotes: Rock Creek coach Chris Brown, “This win was huge for us. This is our first win ever against Corydon and this is such a huge quality win. We were a completely different team from Thursday’s loss to CAI. We really stepped it up and played together as a team and never quit. I am so proud of these guys. Corydon has a really nice team and they pass and connect extremely well. We mixed our formation up and strengthened our defense and it helped control the tempo of the match.”

    Records: Rock Creek 7-1, Corydon 6-2-2.

    Next: Rock Creek at Salem, today.



GIRLS’ SOCCER

NEW ALBANY 7, MADISON 2

At New Albany

NA SCORING PLAYS

First half


    NA — Kylie Harris (unassisted), 37:59.

    NA — Miranda Duffy (Kennedy Wynn), 30:36.

    NA — Rachel Geveden (Wynn), 28:01.

    NA — Geveden (Stephanie Iglesias), 2:44.

Second half

    NA — Geveden (Iglesias), 29:49.

    NA — Geveden (Iglesias), 28:13.

    NA — Morgan Almon (unassisted), 15:12.

    Halftime score: New Albany 4, Madison 0    

    Quotes: New Albany coach Tim Quakenbush, “The first half was the best we’ve played all year. Kennedy Wynn absolutely controlled the first half and had several terrific passes, including two assists. Rachel Geveden did her usual thing — scoring goals. [I’m] very happy for the girls.”

    Records: NA 5-7 (2-3 HHC)

    JV: Tie, 3-3

    Next: New Albany at Jeffersonville, Wednesday.



BOYS’ TENNIS

PROVIDENCE 5, BORDEN 0

At Providence

Singles


    No. 1 — Will Andres d. Josh Vollstedt 6-1, 6-0.

  No. 2 — Jacob Quinkert d. Joseph Vollstedt 6-2, 6-0.

    No. 3 — Landon Carrico d. Dawson Nale 6-0, 6-0.

Doubles

    No. 1 — Nolan Carrico-Ryan Day d. Cody Craddock-Dylan Scott 6-0, 6-1.

    No. 2 — Patrick McPhillips-Ben Arnson d. Kamden Hurst-Elijah Franklin 6-4, 6-0.

    Quotes: Providence coach Scot Gurgol, “Today was a great way to celebrate our lone senior, Nolan Carrico, for Senior Day. The team had a lot of energy in them today and played hard for their captain. Will Andres is playing his best tennis of the season right now. Number two doubles is a new combination for our team. They needed the first set to get comfortable with each other and a new strategy. Once they figured it out, they played great doubles.”

    Records: Providence 12-5

    JV: Tie, 1-1.

    Next: Providence at Bloomington North, next Tuesday.



SATURDAY’S LATE RESULTS

VOLLEYBALL

BEN DAVIS TOURNAMENT

PROVIDENCE 2, McCUTCHEON 0


    Set scores: 25-21, 25-15.

    Providence highlights: Taylor Wilson 7kills, 2 blocks, 8 aces; Haley Libs 7 kills, 6 digs; Maile Daniel 4 kills, 1 block; Patricia Mattingly 22 assists, 2 blocks, 4 digs; Maddie Bivens 6 digs; Audrey Shannon 6 digs; Mary Kate Meyer 9 aces.



PROVIDENCE 2, MUNCIE BURRIS 0

    Set Scores: 25-21, 28-26.

    Providence highlights: Haley Libs 10 kills, 3 digs; Taylor Wilson 9 kills, 2 blocks; Jacquie Hornung 9 kills 7 digs; Audrey Shannon 14 digs; Patricia Mattingly 26 assists, 12 digs; Mary Kate Meyer 8 aces.



PROVIDENCE 2, BATESVILLE 0

    Set Scores: 25-6, 25-20.

    Providence highlights: Haley Libs 8 kills; Taylor Wilson 5 kills; Carlie Combs 5 kills; Patricia Mattingly 22 assists, 4 digs; Audrey Shannon 12 digs; Jacquie Hornung 12 aces, 3 kills; Maddie Bivens 5 digs; Mary Kate Meyer 6 digs, 4 aces.



CHAMPIONSHIP MATCH

PROVIDENCE 2, BEN DAVIS 0


    Set Scores: 25-16, 25-17.

    Providence highlights: Haley Libs 7 kills, 5 digs; Taylor Wilson 6 kills, 2 blocks; Carlie Combs 4 kills; Audrey Shannon 6 digs, 5 aces; Patricia Mattingly 18 assists, 5 digs, 5 aces; Jacquie Hornung 3 kills, 5 digs, 7 aces; Maddie Bivens 5 digs, 2 aces.

    Notes: Providence wins Ben Davis Tournament.

    Quotes: Providence Coach Terri Purichia, “Today’s competition was very good for us. We had to play hard every point and work to stay focused for the entire match. Our serving today was excellent, and we were able to keep some really good teams out of system for a good portion of the day. We had a slow start in our first match against McCutcheon, but we were able to turn things around. The win against Burris was a big step for us mentally. Burris is a name this team has heard a great deal about recently, so to have an opportunity to play such a storied program and come away with a hard fought victory, was a confidence boost. I was really proud of our team in the last two sets for putting forth a great effort. This was a great tournament to win.”

    Next: Providence hosts Charlestown, today.



BOY’S SOCCER

WARRIOR CUP

FIRST ROUND

SILVER CREEK 7, AUSTIN 0

At Scottsburg


    Halftime score: 6-0     

    Silver Creek Stats: Noah Spencer 4 goals; Gabriel Masso 1 goal, 1 assist; Caleb Scarbrough 1 goal; Ben Compton 1 goal; Josh Osterhoudt 5 saves.

    Quotes: Silver Creek coach Colin Bell, “We started off sluggish in this game until Noah got the team rolling. Once Noah scored his first goal, the rest of the team woke up. Everyone on the team contributed in this game and I was happy to see everyone work hard and do positive things while on the field.”

    

CHAMPIONSHIP

SILVER CREEK 1, SCOTTSBURG 0

At Scottsburg


    Halftime score: 0-0

    Note: Silver Creek won by penalty kicks giving the Dragons the championship. Penalty kick goals were made by Calvin Heck, Jacob Atkins, Caleb Scarbrough, Alan Cruz and Noah Spencer.

    Silver Creek stats: John Osterhoudt 9 saves.

    Quotes: Colin Bell, “The game was one of the nerve-racking games that I have coached. The game could have gone either way. Two standouts on defense were John Osterhoudt and Ali Mullah. Both of them played outstanding and really kept us in the game. I think that Saturday was the hardest I have seen the boys play ever. I was extremely pleased with everyone’s heat and desire to win. Hopefully, we can this momentum going this week.”

    Next: Silver Creek at North Harrison, today.



CROSS COUNTRY

CRAWFORD COUNTY INVITATIONAL

At Marengo

FRESHMAN GIRLS


    Local finishers: 1. Cia Green (Henryville) 20:05; 15. Joery Noel (Jeff) 22:53; 21. Riley Allred (Silver Creek) 24:25; 26. Kate Gertin (Borden) 25:10; 31. Katie Cooper (SC) 26:52;

    

SOPHOMORE GIRLS

    Local finishers: 9. Emory Lewis (SC) 22:48; 13. Stefany Covarrubois (Providence) 23:07; 16. Brooklyn Agnew (Borden) 23:24; 21. Candea Smtih (Jeff) 23:52.08; 26. Haley Curtsinger (SC) 24:22; 37. Kayla De’Ark (Jeff) 26:25; 44. Courtney Sumlet (Jeff) 27:55.



JUNIOR GIRLS

    Local finishers: 1. Mackenzie Crouch (SC) 20:29; 2. Maggie Shields (SC) 20:47; 8. Alley Lowery (Prov) 22:19; 11. Megan O’Lone (HVille) 22:59; 12. Paris Brock (SC) 23:05; 16. Jessica Backherms (SC) 23:28; 23. Vanessa Covamembias (Prov) 24:25; 36. Hamilton Dickey (Jeff) 26:13; 43. Kayla Wilson (HVille) 28:36; 51. Sheila Lucci (Jeff) 32:40; 54. Madison Cox (HVIlle) 33:46; 54. Jacklyn Helton (SC) 36:33.



SENIOR GIRLS

    Local finishers: 1. Sadie Spears (HVille) 20:24; 4. Brittany Sharp (SC) 20:38; 15. Charmain Solis (Prov) 23:09; 19. Cat Patton (Jeff) 23:50; 25. Heather Nichols (Jeff) 24:56; 27. Abby Ellis (Borden) 25:16; 35. Ashley Fredrick (Jeff) 26:18.11; 36. Maddie Gavin (Jeff) 26:18.70; 40. Courtney Welp (Borden) 27:28; 43. Ginny McCauley (Prov) 29:02; 52. Spencer Whitehouse (HVille) 33:25.



FRESHMAN BOYS

    Local finishers: 3. Juston Betz (Prov) 18:06; 5. Matthew Bottorff (SC) 18:32; 6. Boone Barton (SC) 18:36; 7. Cameron Stephens (SC) 18:38; 23. Reid Masterson (Prov) 20:07; 24. Luke Schoering (Prov) 20:08; 29. Lucas VanMeter (HVille) 20:19.81; 35. Jack Ferarro (Jeff) 20:45; 37. Wyatt Dayvault (Prov) 21:06; 39. Andrey Kolbin (Jeff) 21:17; 41. Devan Sprecher (SC) 21:33.71; 44. Chase Howard (SC) 21:46; 46. Drew McKinley (Borden) 21:53.72; 48 Micah Viehl (Jeff) 21:54; 49. Kevin Gast (Jeff) 22:01; 55. Justin Day (Jeff) 22:25; 63. Christian Carroll (Jeff) 23:23; 69. Keith Bremmer (Prov) 24:22; 70. Tyler Njuguna (Jeff) 24:41; 73. Dakota Bostock (HVille) 28:44.



SOPHOMORE BOYS

    Local finishers: 1. Julien Magallanes (Borden) 16:13; 25. Collin Rankin (Prov) 19:32; 33. Andrew Westfall (SC) 20:00.62; 52. Matt Street (SC) 20:30.72; 74. Alex Creamer (Prov) 22:51; 80. David Matas (Jeff) 24:58.



JUNIOR BOYS

    Local finishers: 3. Jacob Hedrick (HVille) 17:09; 6. Gavin Tipker (Borden) 17:48.14; Tanner Coots (SC) 17:49; 11. Zack Knox (HVIlle) 18:19.16; 12. Morgan Davidson (SC) 18:19.52; 17. Tyler Priddy (SC) 18:34; 22. Christian Smith (HVille) 18:51; 31. Caleb Boutell (Jeff) 19:18.72; 48. Nathan Schumate (Prov) 20:40; 69. Cody Combs (HVille) 23:49; 72. Davis Elliot (Jeff) 25:04.



SENIOR BOYS

    Local finishers: 5. Lincoln Ottersboch (Prov) 17:24; 6. George Tipker (Borden) 17:29; 7. Nathan Magallanes (Borden) 17:45; 15. Spencer Mitchell (Prov) 18:38; 39. James McKinney (Jeff) 20:41; 40 Joseph DeLeon (Jeff) 20:44.