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April 3, 2013

Wednesday's local scores and glances

DANVILLE — PREP BASEBALL

At Danville

Georgetown-Ridge Farm/Chrisman 8, Schlarman Academy 4


GRFC    004    121    0    —      8      7      2

Schlarman    201    001    0    —     4     4     3

WP — Dylan Cosat. LP — Austin Calhoun. Two or more hits — GRFC: Garrett Martin 4, Tyler Lunger S: Riley Jones. 2B — GRFC:  Martin 2, Lunger RBIs — GRFC: Lunger 3, Martin, Ethan Silva S: Jones, Dalton Dieu, Dyland Fisher.

Records — Georgetown-Ridge Farm/Chrisman 3-2 overall, 2-1 in Vermilion Valley Conference, Schlarman 1-4, 1-1.

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At Sidell

Oakwood 3, Salt Fork 0


Oakwood    000    001    2    —    3    5    1

Salt Fork    000    000    0    —    0    0    1

WP — Jake England (2-0). LP — Cole Taylor (1-2). Two or more hits — Oak: Davin Miles. 2B — Oak: Englad. RBIs — Oak: Ryan Bott 2.

Records — Oakwood 3-1 overall, 2-0 in the Vermilion Valley Conference; Salt Fork 3-4, 2-1.

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At Westville

Westville 4, Armstrong-Potomac 1


A-P    000    001    0    —      1      2      4

Westville    002    020    x    —     4     6     4

WP — Dillon Turner (1-1). LP — Dentler Loschen. Two or more hits — W: Tyler Dicken, Christian Jackson. 2B — AP: Lane Esteppe. RBIs — W: Jackson 2, Dicken, Trent Callison.

Records — Westville 4-4 overall, 2-1 in Vermilion Valley Conference.

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At Milford

Bismarck-Henning 15 Milford 0


Bis-Henn    420    126        —      15      15      1

Milford    000    000        —     0     3     3

WP — Dylan Dodd. LP — Tanner Davenport. Two or more hits — BH: Dustyn Ingram 3, Kane Richmond 3, Dodd, Patrick Ganley, Chase Swinford. 2B — BH: Ingram 2, Dodd, Ganley, John Casey. RBIs — BH: Ingram 3, Casey 2, Richmond 2, Sinford, Dodd, Ganley, Austin Reffett.

Records — Visitor 4-8 overall, 1-2 in the xxx Conference; Home 9-2, 3-0.

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At Rockville, Ind.

North Vermillion 5, Rockville 2


North Vermillion    000    320    0    —      5      11      1

Rockville    000    101    0    —     2     7     0

WP — James Fortner. LP — Nick Waltz. Two or more hits — NV: Kody Zumwalt, Devon Sams, Davin Craft, Wade Harrison R: Brown, Waltz, Clark. 2B — NV: Zumwalt 2, Craft R: Brown, Waltz, Clark. RBIs — NV: Austin Dickerson 2, Sams, Craft, Fortner R: Waltz, Clark.

Records — North Vermillion 1-4 overall, Rockville 1-3

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From Tuesday

At Veedersburg, Ind.

Fountain Central 15, Riverton Parke 0


Riverton Parke    000    00        —      0      1      0

Fountain Central    215    7x        —     15     11     0

WP — Cody Kelly. Two or more hits — FC: Issac Trueblood, Dale Hathaway 3, Loveall. 2B — FC: Trueblood, Hathaway HR — FC: Trueblood. RBIs — FC: Trueblood 4, Loveall 3, Hathaway 3.

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PREP SOFTBALL

At Danville

Georgetown-Ridge Farm/Chrisman 13, Schlarman Academy 4


GRFC    001    521    4    —      13      13      3

Schlarman    000    030    1    —     4     4     3

WP — Lexi Silva (5-1). LP — Maria Rangel (0-6). Two or more hits — GRFC: Brittany Hay 4, Callan Hall 3, LeeAnn Conrad, Emilee Campbell S: Shelby Mascari, Rangel. 2B — GRFC: Hay 2, Conrad S: Rangel. 3B — GRFC: Madison Cramer. HR — GRFC: Hay 2. RBIs — GRFC: Hay 3, Conrad 2, Campbell 2, Shay Yates 2, Hall, Cramer S: Rangel 2, Cayti Jones, Joslyn Dietzen.

Records — GRFC 6-1 overall, Schlarman 0-7.

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At Westville

Westville 7, Armstrong-Potomac 1


A-P    001    000    0    —      1      7      0

Westville    000    034    x    —     7     8     1

WP — Carson Richardson (2-3). LP — Morgan Zindars (2-1). Two or more hits — Armstrong-Potomac: Zindars, Ashley Gayheart. Westville: Richardson 3, Ashley Hoffman, Bobbi Morris. 2B — Westville: Richardson, Hoffman. RBIs — Armstrong-Potomac: Megan Porter. Westville: Hoffman 4, Richardson, Morgan Gallion.

Records — Armstrong-Potomac 2-1 overall, 2-1 in the Vermilion Valley Conference; Westville 2-3, 2-1.

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At Catlin

Salt Fork 13, Oakwood 3


Oakwood    100    11        —      3      3      7

Salt Fork    331    06        —     13     14     1

WP — Logan Sanford. LP — Wright. Two or more hits — SF: Camaryn Todd 4, Kaylee McFadden, Lea Hall, Emilie McFadden, Jenna Bryant, Lexie Smith. 2B — SF: Hall 2, Bryant, Kaylee McFadden. 3B — SF: Kaylee McFadden, Bryant. RBIs — O: Kathleen Townsley 2, Weyah SF: Hall 4, Emilie McFadden 3, Bryant 2, Todd 2, Kaylee McFadden.

Records — Salt Fork 3-1 overall.

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At Rockville, Ind.

North Vermillion 5, Rockville 2


North Vermillion    001    211    0    —      5      8      0

Rockville    000    101    0    —     2     3     2

WP — Linzi Woodard. LP — Rife. Two or more hits — NV: Woodard, Kylah Norris, Shannon Kennedy. 2B — NV: Kennedy. 3B — R: Fellows. RBIs — NV: Taylen Balding, Woodard, Lindsey Moore, Kennedy.

Records — North Vermillion 3-0 overall, 1-0 in Wabash River Conference.

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PREP BOYS TRACK

At Paxton

Paxton-Buckley-Loda Invitational


Team results — 1. PBL 115, 2. Watseka 83, 3. Oakwood/Armstrong-Potomac 38, 4. Fisher 28

Individual results

Long jump — 1. Austin Kidwell (W) 20-5½, 7. Zach Horatschki (OAP) 17-4½

Triple jump — 1. Tyler Rubarts (PBL) 40-3

High jump — 1. Shane Clayton (W) 5-6

Shot Put — 1. Jeremy Watson (OAP) 41-8

Discus — 1. Josh Wallick (F) 142-9, 3. Watson 116-8

Pole Vault — 1. Brandon Mullis (PBL) 7-6

100 meters — 1. Zac Weisebarn (PBL) 11.08, 4. Craig Ayers (OAP) 11.46

200 meters — 1. Weisenbarn 23.21, 5. Ayers 24.74

400 meters — 1. Kidwell 53.01, 11. Evan Wangler (OAP) 1:08.38

800 meters — 1. Jon Davis (OAP) 2:06

110 hurdles — 1. Vaughn Gentzler (PBL) 15.55, 4. Andrew Curley (OAP) 19.67

300 hurdles — 1. Daulton DePatis (W) 44.3, 3. Curley 45.94

1,600 — 1. Davis 4:39.36

3,200 — 1. Josh Brocato (PBL) 11:19.79, 4. Emerson Grey (OAP) 11:50

400 relay — 1. PBL 46.08, 3. OAP (Horatschki, Austin Green, Curley, Ayers), 53.58

800 relay — 1. PBL 1:37.21, 4. OAP (Wangler, Dale Swider, Tristan Cox, Josh Johnson) 1:51.75

1,600 relay — 1. Watseka 3:50

3,200 relay — 1. PBL 9:22

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PREP GIRLS TRACK

At Paxton

Paxton-Buckley-Loda Invitational


Team results — 1. Fisher 65.5, 2. Oakwood/Armstrong-Potomac 61, 3. Schlarman 55.5, 4. Watseka 44.5, 5. Paxton-Buckley-Loda 39.5

Individual results

Long jump — 1. Carly Clifton (F) 17-1, 2. Janelle Marion (S) 14-4½, 4. Kelby Deck (OAP) 14-2½

Triple jump — 1. Clifton 33-1½, 2. Preslie Fletcher (OAP) 29-3½, 3. Ella Black (S) 28-1

High jump — 1. Gina Masko (F) 4-10, 2. Jordan Marganski (S) 4-8, 4. Summer Kitchens (OAP) 4-6

Shot Put — 1. Emily Allhands (W) 34-2¼, 2. Harlena Hardin (OAP) 32-8, 5. Sarah Daily (S) 29-6½

Discus — 1. Meegan Massey (W) 102, 2. Daily 95-11, 8. Hardin 71-1

Pole Vault — 1. Samantha Bastic (PBL) 5-6

100 meters — 1. Abby Stewart (OAP) 13.0, 2. Cheyenne Sadlik (OAP) 13.24, 3. Marion 13.48

200 meters — 1. Marion 29.41, 2. Masko 29.42, 3. Gloria Sermersheim (S) 30.39, 7. Lesli Frye (OAP) 31.34

400 meters — 1. Sami Browning (F) 1:08.88, 3. Molly Sermersheim (S) 1:10.56, 5. Shea Green (OAP) 1:16.12

800 meters — 1. Jordan Marganski (S) 2:54.73, 2. Ella Black (S) 2:57.39, 3. Mariah Carnahan (OAP) 2:57.67

100 hurdles — 1. Olivia Heffernan (F) 17.78, 4. Hailey Bennett (OAP) 18.90, 8. Maddy Stout (S) 21.38

300 hurdles — 1. Miranda Marry (F) 48.17, 3. Bennett 53.28, 6,. Elly Sermersheim (S) 1:03.34

1,600 — 1. Shaina Andrews (OAP) 6:30.98, 3. Sarah Larson (S) 6:56.07

3,200 — 1. Andrews 14:04, 3. Holly Huckstadt (S) 15:03.71

400 relay — 1. Fisher 52.55, 2. OAP (Bennett, Sadlik, Kitchens, Steewart) 54.02, 5. Schlarman 1:04.08

800 relay — 1. Fisher 1:52.88, 2. OAP (Benett, Sadlik, Jennifer Harper, Stewart) 1:56.54, 4. Schlarman (Aurora Torres, Vanessa Torres, Stout, Gloria Sermersheim) 2:10.33

1,600 relay — 1. PBL 4:54.69, 3. OAP 5:05.14, 4. Schlarman 5:28.73

3,200 relay — 1. PBL 11:39, 2. OAP 11:44, 3. Schlarman (Black, Larson, Marganski, Molly Sermersheim) 11:57

 

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