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May 15, 2019

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B-2 Sports Wednesday, May 15, 2019 The Press-Dispatch KIRBY Continued from page 1 UPCOMING SCHEDULE WEDNESDAY, MAY 15 Boys' Varsity Golf: vs. Barr-Reeve at Barr-Reeve, 4:30 p.m. Girls' Junior Girls' Varsity Softball: vs. Tell City at Tell City, 7:30 p.m. Girls' Varsity Softball: vs. Tell City at Tell City, 6 p.m. THURSDAY, MAY 16 Boys' Varsity Baseball: vs. South Spencer at South Spencer, 6:30 p.m. Girls' Varsity Softball: vs. Northeast Dubois at Home, 5:30 p.m. Boys' Varsity Track and Field: vs. IHSA A Sec- tional at Princeton, 6 p.m. SATURDAY, MAY 18 Boys' Varsity Golf: vs. Washington Invitational at Country Oaks, TBD TUESDAY, MAY 21 Girls' Varsity Track and Field: IHSA A Regional at Evansville Central, 6 p.m. THURSDAY, MAY 23 Boys' Varsity Track and Field: IHSA A Regional at Evansville Central, 6 p.m. time. Woolery ran a 4:44.72 for seventh in the 1600 -me- ter run and Ijaa Chambers had no time. Colt Armstrong clocked 24.61 for eighth in the 200 -meter dash after qual- ifying sixth in the prelim with a 25.20. Dillard Colson was ninth in the preliminary. Armstrong added an eighth place finish in the high jump with a height of 5'6". Joel Henson was in a four-way tie for ninth at 5'4". Stephen Krieg taped 42' in the finals of the shot put, taking seventh place, and Andrew Krieg made a 35'2" toss in the preliminary. An- drew Krieg missed qualifi- cation in the discus with a 115' toss and Alec Freder- ic was eliminated at 96'3.5". James Hughes placed 11th in the 100 -meter dash pre- liminaries with a time of 12.35 and Tyler Kirby was disqualified in the event. Sam Theising missed the finals of the 110 -meter hur- dles with a time of 19.18 and Connor Young ran a 20.08. Chambers and Gladish had no time in the 800 -meter run. Gibson Southern 152, Heritage Hills 110, Tell City 107, Southridge 89, South Spencer 58, Forest Park 43, Pike Central 28, Tecumseh 25, North Posey 11. Ijaa Chambers takes the baton during PAC relay competition on the Tell City Legion field this past Thursday. Netters fall to Gibson Southern A road trip to Gibson Southern Monday ended in a first conference loss for the Pike Central Lady Chargers, who are now 7- 1 and 12-5 overall. Senior Natalie Bohnert bettered Lady Titan Lexie Birch 3- 6, 6 -4, 6 -2 in the number two singles match, which proved to be the only win for the Lady Chargers. Lady Titan junior Addi- son Brown claimed a 6 -0, 6 - 0 win over Lady Charger ju- nior Audrey Keepes in the number one singles match. Lady Charger senior Mere- dith Benson fell to Lady Ti- tan senior Lori Jones 6 -0, 6 - 1 in the number three sin- gles event. In number one doubles, Kiersten Jansen and Shel- by Vaughn lost to Titans Al- lison Kissel and Allie Sens- meier 6 -2, 6 -4. Pike Cen- tral's Chloe Roy and Adair Kabrick were bettered by Titans Sydney Goedde and Marry Hall 4-6, 6 -2, 6 -4 in the number two doubles match. In junior varsity action, Chargers Kenley Beck and Zoey Davis lost to Jade Dewig and Laynie Graham 6 -1. Kenley and Zoey fell to the team of Kymi Reed- er and Chloe Field 6 -1, and then Helen Kiesel and Hol- ly Gonyer 6 -3. Coach Brent Beck said, "Although we fell short against Gibson Southern, I am proud of the way we competed against them. They are a solid team and we just couldn't get over the hump in some of the match- es against them. Nat won the only match and ground out a three-set win. A fter a season in which we just won four matches all of last season, to finish the regu- lar season at 12-5 and 7-1 in the PAC shows just how hard they worked. We are looking forward to compet- ing in the sectional tourna- ment and feel that we can make some noise once play begins." Audrey Keepes finished 11-8 and 6 -2 in the PAC. Nat Bohnert was 13-2 and 5 -0, while Meredith Ben- son is 17-2 and at number two and three (3-0, 4-1). Kirsten Jansen and Shelby Vaughn finished 5 -10 and 2-3, and Jansen and Grace Smith were 2-2 and 1-2 in number one doubles. Chloe Roy and Adair Kabrick are now 13-5 and 6 -1 at number two doubles. SOMETHING NEWSWORTHY? Give us a call: 812-354-8500 Lady Charger Kya Leighty wins 1600 at PAC Jenkins and Nelson take individual seconds Lady Charger Kya Leighty ran a 5:31.81 to win the Pocket Athletic Conference Championship 1600 -meter run at Tell City last week. The freshman was the only Pike Central winner in the Legion Field hosted PAC Track and Field Champion- ships. Lady Charger fresh- man Laney Johnson finished 13th in 6:39.77 in the 1600. Kya Leighty, Jayln Nel- son, Alyssa Jenkins and the 4x400 relay team were part and parcel to the 66 -point finish for the Pike Central Lady Chargers. The second place 4x400 relay consisted of Lauren Young, Jenna Meyer, Libby Stone and Kya Leighty. They clocked 4:27.66, well in front of Southridge, Forest Park and four other PAC teams. Nelson also added second place points with a 4'10" per- formance in the girls' high jump event. She cleared 4'6", 4'8" and 4'10"on first tries, but was unable to break in- to five feet. Kelsey Bowlds, of South Spencer, won the event at 5"6". Lady Char- ger Kya Leighty was ninth at 4'6". Jenkins placed second in the discus with a toss of 96'4.5", which was her qualifying distance. Eri- ka Vinnedge took seventh place in the event with a toss of 84'3". Jenkins moved up in the shot put standings after qualifying at 29'4", finishing sixth with a 30'6.5" distance. Vinnedge missed the finals with a 25'10" toss. Sophomore Jenna Meyer cleared 7' in the pole vault for fourth place and class- mate Lily Willis taped 6' for sixth place points. Lady Charger Libby Stone ran a 2:38.19 to fifth place in the 800 -meter run and class- mate Charlotte Duden- hoeffer was 13th in 2:50.07. Stone made a leap of 13'9.25" in the long jump, taking sev- enth and Dudenhoeffer was 12th at 12'9". Freshman Quinlan Teague ran a 13:35.59, 3200 -meter run for sixth place and classmate Laney Johnson was 10th in 14:57.91. Sophomore Lau- ren Young took a sixth in the 300 -meter hurdles in 53.11 and teammate Morgan An- derson was 13th in 1:04.34. Young ran an 18.29 to sev- enth place in the 100 -meter hurdles, qualifying with an 18.02 in the preliminaries. Freshman Morgan Ander- son was 14th in the prelims with a 20.49. The 4x100 relay team con- sisting of Young, Anderson, Jade Kamman and Jayln Nel- son ran sixth in 55.16. The 4x800 meter relay finished seventh (11:07.89) and in- cluded Quinlan Teague, Jen- na Meyer, Charlotte Duden- hoeffer and Libby Stone. Lily Willis placed 11th in the 400 -meter dash finals (1:09.83) and Bella Toman was 14th (1:14.59). Southridge 151, Gibson Southern 114, Heritage Hills 108, Forest Park 68, Pike Central 66, Tell City 48, North Posey 36, South Spen- cer 48, Tecumseh 5. BOYS' TRACK & FIELD Pike Central's boys' track team members are, front row (l to r): Garrett Boyd, Trent Zimmerman, Colson Dillard, Andrew Krieg, Jacob Vest, Connor Furman and Colt Armstrong; second row: Avery Dyer, James Hughes, Jeremiah Johnson, Ethan Huck, Alex Like, Andrew Clark and Andrew Claridge; third row: Pax- ton Thorne, Darrian Herrara, Connor Young, Alan Evans, Sam Theising and Sam Jones; fourth row: Simon McCrary, Lane Potts, Noah Russell, Joel Henson, A.J. Hill, Alec Frederick and Remington Gideon: back row: Mackenzie Woodland (manager), Dane Gladish, Stephen Krieg, Nate Woolery, Blake Henson, Dal- ton Williams (manager) and Josh McHargue. GOOD LUCK AT SECTIONALS 12th & Main StreetS, PeterSburg 812-354-6000 FICKLIN AUTO SUPPLY Phone: 812-354-9995 Online: Four Star Fabricators P.O. Box 67, Petersburg, IN 47567 Four Star Fabricators P.O. Box 67, Petersburg, IN 47567 812-354-9909 • • 245 S. Glezen Center St., Petersburg Good Luck! 104 E. 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