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B-2 Sports Wednesday, November 6, 2019 The Press-Dispatch UPCOMING SCHEDULE THURSDAY, NOV. 7 Girls' Varsity Basketball: Evansville F.J. Reitz at Pike Central, 7 p.m. HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL Pocket Athletic Conference Standings PAC Overall PF PA Heritage Hills 11-0 7-0 464 73 Gibson Southern 8 -3 6 -1 463 192 Southridge 9 -2 5 -2 428 179 Tell City 5 -5 3-4 195 195 Forest Park 6 -5 3-4 166 222 North Posey 4-6 3-4 207 321 South Spencer 1-9 1-6 157 388 Pike Central 0 -10 0 -7 88 559 RESULTS FROM OCT. 25 IHSA A Sectional Games First Round Class 4A Boonville 47, Evansville Harrison 0 Evansville Central 41, Evansville F.J. Reitz 34 Jasper 35, Northview 28 Class 3A Brown County 53, Pike Central 21 Vincennes Lincoln 21, Sullivan 20 Edgewood 47, Washington 18 Princeton 14, Owen Valley 0 Heritage Hills 49, Corydon Central 0 Gibson Southern 49, Salem 28 Southridge 43, Mount Vernon 14 North Harrison 36, Evansville Bosse 7 Class 2A Linton-Stockton 51, North Posey 0 Evansville Mater Dei 56, Crawford County 0 Forest Park 9, Tell City 0 North Knox 55, South Spencer 21 Class A Perry Central 41, Tecumseh 22 West Washington 34, Springs Valley 0 North Daviess 34, Eastern Greene 14 RESULTS FROM NOV. 1 IHSA A Sectional Games Second Round Class 5A Bloomington South 49, Evansville North 20 Castle 28, Bloomington North 21, OT Class 4A Evansville Memorial 33, Boonville 13 Evansville Central 27, Jasper 16 Class 3A Heritage Hills 21, Gibson Southern 20 Southridge 61, North Harrison 20 Class 2A Evansville Mater Dei 44, Linton-Stockton 20 North Knox 25, Forest Park 0 Class A Perry Central 42, North Central 12 West Washington 50, North Daviess 22 RESULTS FROM NOV. 7 IHSA A Sectional Games Championship Class 5A Sectional 15 Bloomington South at Castle, 7:30 p.m. CLASS 4A Sectional 24 Evansville Memorial at Evansville Central, 8 p.m. CLASS 3A Sectional 32 Southridge at Heritage Hills, 7:30 p.m. CLASS 2A Sectional 40 Evansville Mater Dei at North Knox, 7:30 p.m. CLASS A Sectional 48 West Washington at Perry Central, 7:30 p.m. Family and friends joined the Pike Central Middle School cross coun- try teams at Indianapo- lis Power and Light in Pe- tersburg on Monday, Nov. 4 for pizza, chips and soda during the team's award ceremony banquet. Coach Cain Parker pre- sented participation cer- tificates and academic awards, along with sever- al plaques to the runners. Shane Woodhull and Xavery Weisman were named the MVPs of the boys' and girls' teams, re- spectively. Blaine Barnett earned the boys' Men- tal Attitude Award, while Kaylyn Warner received the girls' Mental Attitude Award. Jacoby Smith and Ha- ley Brock were presented the awards for the Most Improved Runner. Kelsey Query, Weisman, Eibhlin Teague, Smith, Barnett and Xander Parker earned Academic Awards. PCMS cross country hosts banquet quarter meant for the junior varsity, where the teams could play whatever defense they liked. Pike Central defeated Northeast Dubois 14-9 in the fifth quarter, behind six points from Hailey Parker, four from Kahle Young, and two each from Taylor and Kenna Young. The Jeeps' leaders in the fifth were Kalb with five and Friea Hansson and Grace Leuken each scored two. "The best part of the scrimmage is we get to face somebody else and get to see things that we need to work on," McCutchan said. "Like I said earlier, I was pleased with several things we did, but we also have a lot of room to grow." Pike Central hosts Evans- ville F.J. Reitz on Thurs- day, Nov. 7 at 7 p.m. in each team's regular season open- er. Members of the Pike Central Middle School girls' cross country team stand for a photo after their re- cent awards banquet at IPL in Petersburg on Monday, Nov. 4. Those pictured are, front row (l to r): Ha- ley Brock, Kylie Meyer, Emiley Ryker, Caleigh Cox and Jessa Ridao. Back row: Jackie Berry, Kelsea Que- ry, Kaylyn Warner, Ruby Sallee, Kylee Weathers, Xavery Weisman and coach Cain Parker. Not pictured: Eibhlin Teague, Anna Whitehead and Kaitlyn Neal. Plaque winners from the Pike Central Middle School cross country teams were Shane Woodhull (Boys' MVP), Blaine Barnett (Boys' Mental Attitude), Haley Brock (Girls' Most Improved), Kaylyn Warner (Girls' Mental Attitude), Xavery Weisman (Girls' MVP), coach Cain Parker and Jacoby Smith (Boys' Most Improved). Members of the Pike Central Middle School boys' cross country team stand for a photo after their recent awards banquet at IPL in Petersburg on Monday, Nov. 4. Those pictured are, (l to r): Shane Woodhull, Jacoby Smith, Blaine Barnett, Xander Parker, Brayden Hartley and coach Cain Parker. 5TH AND 6TH GRADE FOOTBALL VS. CASTLE AND LINTON Cohan Fuhrman (26) attempts to take down Linton's ball carrier (4) before scoring a touch-down. Right: Aksel Onyett (33), Co- han Fuhrman (26), Grant Boyd (32), Gage Morton (23) and Car- son Wiscaver (34) all trying to stop Linton's ball carrier (3) from gaining anymore yards during the Castle tournament on Saturday, Nov. 2. Above: Grant Boyd (32) takes down a Castle player after he in- tercepted the ball during the Cas- tle Tournament on Saturday, Nov. 2. Left: Gage Mor- ton (23) grabs Castle's ball car- rier (26) in a suc- cessful pre-tack- le during the Cas- tle Tournament on Saturday, Nov. 2. Left: Grant Boyd (32) tackles Castle's ball carri- er over the top of an- other play- er during the Cas- tle Tour- nament on Saturday, Nov. 2. SCRIMMAGE Continued from page 1 Senior Kailee Mann sinks a free throw during a scrimmage at Northeast Dubois on Thursday, Oct. 31. Turnovers haunt Lady Oaks in Marchino's debut Former Pike Central Charger Hailey Marchino made her debut for the Oak- land City Lady Oaks at the University of Evansville on Tuesday, Oct. 29. Evansville defeated Oak- land City, 102-41, in the ex- hibition game at Meek Fam- ily Fieldhouse. Marchino played 19 min- utes and finished with four points after matching a three-pointer and finished 1-2 at the free throw line. She also hauled down three rebounds. Evansville's Abby Feit was fantastic with 32 points on 14-of-19 shooting. She al- so had seven rebounds, five steals and three blocks. Malia Schmittler led the Lady Oaks with 10 points and 14 rebounds. A staggering statistic from the contest came in the turnover battle. Oak- land City committed 50 turn- overs while UE had 13 and the Lady Aces had 57 points off of turnovers. Oakland City hosts Camp- bellsville University-Har- rodsburg on Monday Nov. 11 in its regular season open- er while Evansville starts its season at Southeast Missou- ri State on Sunday, Nov. 10.

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