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May 5, 2013

Saturday's local scores and glances

DANVILLE — PREP BASEBALL

At Attica, Ind.

Game 1

Attica 14, Turkey Run 1


Turkey Run    001    10        —      1      2      1

Attica    332    6x        —     14     14     1

WP — Jordan Capps (6-1). LP — Tome Two or more hits — A: Carson Davis 3, J.R. Dunwell, Mike Green, Capps, Lance Whorrall. 2B — A: Capps 2, Austin Smyth, Green, Whorrall. 3B — A: Davis, Dunwell. RBIs — A: Dunwell 3, Smyth 2, Davis 2, Capps 2, Whorall 2, Green, Justin Harmeson.

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Game 2

Attica 4, Turkey Run 1


Attica    200    002    0    —      4      9      2

Turkey Run    000    100    0    —     1     3     2

WP — Austin Smyth (5-1). LP — Woods. Two or more hits — A: Carson Davis, Jordan Capps, Wade Keller. 2B — A: Davis, Mike Green. 3B — A: J.R. Dunwell. RBIs — A: Dunwell, Smyth, Green TR: Budd

Records — Attica 12-6 overall, 8-2 in Wabash River Conference.

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At West Lebanon, Ind.

Game 1

Seeger 2, Rockville 1


Rockville    100    000    0    —      1      6      3

Seeger    000    200    x    —     2     3     1

WP — Chandler White. LP — Waltz. Two or more hits — S: Dakota Ware. HR — S: Ware. RBIs — S: Ware

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Game 2

Seeger 9, Rockville 5


Seeger    201    010     05    —      9      11      1

Rockville    200    110     01    —     5     8     0

WP — Caleb Orahood. LP — R. Brown. Two or more hits — S: Jake Fell 3, Stephen Schall, Orahood, Jordan Stover R: J. Brown. 2B — S: Orahood, Stover, Schall R: J. Brown 2. RBIs — S: Orahood 2, Schall 2, Avery Actonm, Fell, Stover

Records — Seeger 13-4 overall, 9-0 in Wabash River Conference.

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PREP SOFTBALL

At Watseka

Game 1

Watseka 5, Hoopeston Area 1


Hoopeston Area    000    001    0    —      1      5      1

Watseka    002    030    x    —     4     8     0

WP — Bower. LP — Rylee Martin (4-11). 2B — HA: Martin.

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Game 2

Hoopeston Area 15, Watseka 4


Hoopeston Area    153    24        —      15      14      1

Watseka    121    00        —     4     7     1

WP — Carissa Vaughn (4-4). LP — Lavoie. Two or more hits — HA: Brittney Myers 3, Aaliyah Colunga, Jhance Marshall, Hailee Swinford. RBIs — HA: Myers 4, Colunga 3, Rylee Martin 3, Marshall 3, Jordan McFadden.

Records — Hoopeston Area 8-15 overall.

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At Cayuga, Ind.

Game 1

Georgetown-Ridge Farm/Chrisman 7, North Vermillion 4


GRFC    000    214    0    —      7      8      1

North Vermillion    101    110    0    —     4     9     3

WP — Savannah Brooks LP — Lindsay Moore Two or more hits — GRFC: Catie Brandt 3, Emilee Campbell NV: Taylen Balding, Kylah Norris. 2B — GRFC: Brandt, Brittany Hay NV: Norris 2, Mikayla Kinneer, Balding, Shannon Kennedy. 3B — GRFC: Brandt. RBIs — NV: Kinneer, Whitney McMasters, Norris, Balding.

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Game 2

North Vermillion 10,

Georgetown-Ridge Farm/Chrisman 6


GRFC    000    103    2    —      6      3      3

North Vermillion    000    600    4    —     10     10     2

WP — Abby Lenhart. LP — Lexi Silva. Two or more hits — GRFC: Silva NV: Mikayla Kinneer, Taylen Balding, Mallorie Giuliani. 2B — GRFC: Silva, Madison Cramer NV: Kinneer. HR — NV: Balding (GS). RBIs — NV: Balding 5, Whitney McMasters, Kinneer, Ashtin Nicholson, Giuliani.

Records — North Vermillion 9-5 overall.

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At Attica, Ind.

Game 1

Attica 3, Turkey Run 2


Turkey Run    000    001    1    —      2      8      2

Attica    110    010    x    —     3     5     4

WP — Torrie Ward. LP — Basan. Two or more hits — TR: Wood, Scrum, Aubrey 2B — TR: Wood, Aubrey A: Star Hurt. RBIs — TR: Basan A: Hurt.

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Game 2

Attica 7, Turkey Run 0


Attica    123    001    0    —      7      15      3

Turkey Run    000    000    0    —     0     6     2

WP — Carly Stoll. LP — Basan Two or more hits — A: Ashley Mitton, Maci Kyger, Kaylynn Kirkpatrick, Karrah Pattengale, Stoll, Kara Harmeson TR: Crum 2B — A: Stoll, Mitton. 3B — A: Mitton. RBIs — A: Mitton 3, Kirkpatrick, Harmeson, Alexis Burris.

Records — Attica 7-10 overall, 4-6 in Wabash River Conference

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At Wolcott, Ind.

Game 1

Covington 3, Tri-County 0


Covington    210    000    0    —      3      7      1

Tri-County    000    000    0    —     0     2     1

WP — Ali Holmes. LP — Rodehan. 2B — C: Aliah Larsen. RBIs — C: Madison Hanson.

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Game 2

Covingnton 10, Tri-County 8


Covington    020    102    5    —      10      7      5

Tri-County    421    100    0    —     8     4     2

WP — Ali Holmes. LP — Rodehan. Two or more hits — C: Brittany Coffing, Andi Taylor. RBIs — C: Coffing 2, Taylor 2, Mallory Ponder.

Records — Covington 9-7 overall.

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PREP BOYS GOLF

At RiverCrest Golf Club

Covington Invitational


Team results — 1. Benton Central 331; 2. Covington 359; 3. North Vermillion 372; 4. South Putnam 380; 5. Fountain Central 389; 6. Attica 391; 7. North Montgomery 401; 8. Seeger 404; Rockville no score.

Individuals — 1. Joe Couch (BC) 36-39 — 75; 2. Andrew Weisheit (Rock) 39-40 — 79; 3. Cory Allen (BC) 40-40 — 80; 4. (tie) Jansen Applegate (Cov) 43-38 — 81; Cody Hoagland 40-41 — 81; Will Martin (NV) 42-39 — 81.

Benton Central (331) — Couch 36-39 — 75; Allen 40-40 — 80; Tyler VanWanzeele 45-38 — 83; Jack Marquie 48-45 — 93; Austin Brummett 54-48 — 102.

Covington (359) — Applegate 43-38 — 81; Grady Hilge 44-42 — 86; Josh Allen 47-48 — 95; Tyler Hankins 52-45 — 97; Ethan Snyder 51-50 — 101.

North Vermillion (372) — Martin 42-39 — 81; David Kennedy 45-49 — 94; Braedon Hollowell 45-50 — 95; Lance Warner 51-51 — 102; Riley Garner 61-58 — 119.

Fountain Central (389) — Hoagland 40-41 — 81; Shelby Curtis 49-50 — 99; Jordan Robinson 51-52 — 103; Jacob Brown 52-54 — 106; Isaac Stonebreaker 56-54 — 110.

Attica (391) — Matt Oilar 48-44 — 92; Austin Bossaer 51-46 — 97; Sam Carlson 49-49 — 98; Brady Sheridan 53-51 — 104; Bryce Byrd 60-54 — 114.

Seeger (404) — Kendyl Wesley 44-46 — 90; Chance Howard 51-50 — 101; Kolton Perry 53-50 — 103; Brett Fry 53-57 — 110; Derek Holley 53-58 — 111.

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PREP GIRLS TENNIS

At Crawfordsville, Ind.

Covington 3, Crispus Attucks 2


Singles — Ashley Garner (CA) def. Bailey Hill 6-3, 6-1, Madison Williams (CA) def. Mackensey Sorrell 6-2, 4-6 10-8, Morgan Brown (C) def. Breanna Kirk 6-0, 6-2.

Doubles — Lauren Paddock-Meghan Lowe (C) def. Emma Davidson-Ahnessa Black 6-0, 6-2, Chloe Shields-Raenen Pettit (C) def. Brenda Escobedo-Yazmin Rodriguez 6-1, 6-0.

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North Montgomery 5, Covington 0

Singles — Abby Williams (NM) def, Bailey Hill 6-1, 6-0, Kaidlyn Neukan (NM) def. Meghan Lowe 6-1, 6-0, Morgan Cook (NM) def. Lauren Paddock 6-1, 6-1.

Doubles — Hannah O’Brian-Errin Suiter (NM) def. Mackensey Sorrell-Morgan Brown 6-1, 6-2, Joanne Benge-Kaleigh Green (NM) def. Chloe Shields-Raenen Pettit 6-3, 6-2.

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Covington 3, Pike 2

Singles — Bailey Hill (C) def. Serreena Abraham 6-7 (3-7) 6-4, 10-2, Mackenzie Sorrell (C) def. Bethany Downs 6-1, 6-1, Morgan Brown (C) def. Sierra Phillips 6-3,  6-7 (1-7), 10-3.

Doubles — Devki Shukla-Lydia Crouse (P) def. Lauren Paddock-Meghan Lowe 6-2, 6-1, Taylor Manning-Alexys Fierson (P) def. Chloe Shields-Raenen Pettit 6-3, 6-2.

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