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The Press-Dispatch Sports Wednesday, October 11, 2017 B- 7 coach, you always want more, and some of our guys ended up getting left out, but that doesn't mean they aren't just as import- ant for us. It is so stats driven that it's hard to get everyone recognition, but we had some other great players that just couldn't get the votes." Also named to the All- PAC team were Philipp Koesters, Jesus Lara and Sam Schneiders, of Her- itage Hills; Trey Riggs, of Gibson Southern; Jon- athan Escobar and Jorge Soto, of Southridge; and Justin DeFur, of South Spencer. Receiving honorable mention at goalie were Mitch Priar, of Gibson Southern, and Carter Mar- tin, of North Posey. Also receiving honor- able mention as field play- ers were Noah Fleck and Garrison Tretter, of Forest Park; Logan Bryant and Tanner Ticheno,r of North Posey; Garrett Barthel, Justin Barthel, Preston Risinger and Owen Wat- kins, of Gibson Southern; Jonnel Miranda, of South- ridge; Jacob Lindsey, of South Spencer; Luke Lef- fert, Gannon Staggs and Zeke Wittman, of Heri- tage Hills; and Drew Et- tensohn, of Tell City. Pike Central finished first in the PAC, going 7- 0 while compiling a regu- lar-season record of 14-2- 1. Heritage Hills was 6 -1 in the PAC and 12-4 overall. Gibson Southern was 4-3 in the PAC and 10 -6 -1 over- all. South Spencer was 3-4 in the PAC and 5 -8 -2 over- all. North Posey was 3-4 in the PAC and 4-9 -3 over- all. Forest Park was 3-4 in the PAC and 3-12-1 overall. Southridge was 2-5 in the PAC and 5 -8 overall. Tell City was 0 -7 in the PAC and 0 -12 overall. COMMERCIAL LEAGUE BOWLING RESULTS At King Pin Bowling Center, Washington TEAM STANDINGS (Through Wednesday, October 4, 2017) Points Points Team Pins+ High High Team Name Won Lost Avg. HDCP Game Series A & R Home Center 45 19 838 25144 908 2625 Washington Warriors 42 22 919 25211 1014 2866 Balled 39 25 817 25115 916 2578 King Pin 38 26 905 25487 1002 2867 Daviess County Tire 38 26 755 24889 898 2578 No. 423 Smokehouse 36 28 878 25421 1086 3003 Pocket Pounders 36 28 750 24962 822 2303 Buckeyes 34 30 717 25352 943 2472 Crips 34 30 764 21738 837 2405 Hands Termite & Pest Control 32 32 938 24732 1029 2900 Misfits 28 36 887 24999 958 2759 German American Bank 28 36 753 24646 926 2340 The Tux 26 38 700 24780 825 2240 Water Department 24 40 863 24956 938 2708 Anthis Heating & Air 24 40 875 24955 1008 2789 RESULTS OF WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 4 Hdcp. Hdcp. Lanes Team Name Total Won Team Name Total Won 1-2 A&R Home Center 3369 6 Misfits 3201 2 3-4 Washington Warriors 3215 6 Pocket Pounders 3173 2 5 -6 Buckeyes 3202 2 German American Bank 3237 6 7-8 No. 423 Smokehouse 3237 2 King Pin 3254 6 9 -10 Daviess County Tire 3337 8 Water Department 3182 0 11-12 Anthis Heating & Air 3308 6 Crips 3208 2 13-14 The Tux 3041 2 Hands Termite & Pest Control 3313 6 15 -16 Bye 0 Balled 3213 8 Top Scores - Teams Scratch Game: 1015 – Hands Termite & Pest Control; 981 – Washington Warriors; 950 – Misfits. Scratch Series: 2869 – Hands Termite & Pest Control; 2855 – Washington Warriors; 2774 – King Pin. Handicap Game: 1167 – Misfits; 1163 – Hands Termite & Pest Control; 1151– Daviess County Tire. Handicap Series: 3369 – A & R Home Center; 3337 – Daviess County Tire; 3313 – Hands Termite & Pest Con- trol. Top Scores - Individuals Scratch Game: 289 – Ryan Tolbert (Daviess County Tire); 257 – Joe Stone ( Washington Warriors); 254 – Mark Richardson (Hands Termite & Pest Control). Scratch Series: 682 – Wade Hurdle (Anthis Heating & Air); 678 – Joe Burkhart (King Pin); 651 – Jason De- Weese (King Pin). Handicap Game: 303 – Ryan Tolbert (Daviess County Tire); 293 – Mark Richardson (Hands Termite & Pest Control); 289 – Terry Hill (Hands Termite & Pest Control). Handicap Series: 770 – Ryan Tolbert (Daviess County Tire); 753 – Terry Hill (Hands Termite & Pest Control); 751 – Dave Holmes (Daviess County Tire). Mills leads PCMS 6th grade volleyball team past Vincennes Clark Brailey Mills had a team- high 12 points off serve as the Pike Central Middle School sixth grade volley- ball team defeated host Vin- cennes Clark 25 -22, 25 -9 on Wednesday, Oct. 4. In the first set, the Lady Chargers trailed 3-1 before scoring six straight points – including five following serves by Mills – to take a 7-3 lead. The Lady Alices would rally to tie the score at 7-7, 8 -8 and 13-13 before back-to- back points – including one following a serve by Mad- elyn Lansford – gave Pike Central a 15 -13 lead. A fter Vincennes Clark closed to within 15 -14 and 16 -15, the Lady Chargers scored five of the next sev- en points – including two fol- lowing serves by Mills – to open up a 21-17 lead. Leading 21-18, Pike Cen- tral scored three straight points – including two fol- lowing serves by Ella Adams – to stretch its lead to 24-18. Four straight points by the Lady Alices narrowed the deficit to 24-22 before Pike Central tallied the set-winning point to take a 1-0 lead in the best-of-three match. Trailing 2-1 early in the second set, the Lady Char- gers scored six straight points – including five fol- lowing serves by Mills – to take a 7-2 lead. Then, leading 11-8, Pike Central rattled off nine con- secutive points – including eight following serves by Haylie Fulcher – to take a 20 -8 advantage. A fter Vincennes Clark scored to close to with- in 20 -9, the Lady Chargers finished the match off by scoring five straight points, including four following serves by Lansford. Fulcher had 10 points off serve while Lansford add- ed five as Pike Central im- proved to 8 -2. Adams had four service points. In the "B" match, the La- dy Alices defeated Pike Cen- tral 25 -20, 25 -10. Loren Huck and Breanna Hunt both had three service points while Addy Russell and Zarah Sal- lee added two each for the Lady Chargers "B" team, which fell to 3-4. PCMS 6th grade volleyball team sweeps North Knox Bailey Mills scored a team-high 13 service points and Karley Kavanaugh add- ed 11 more to lead the Pike Central Middle School sixth grade volleyball team to a 25 -15, 25 -21 victory at North Knox on Monday, Oct. 9. Trailing 12-11 in the first set, the Lady Chargers scored 12 straight points – in- cluding 11 following serves by Mills – to take a 23-12 lead. The Lady Warriors would score three of the next four points before Pike Central (9 -2) scored the winning point on a sideout. In the second set, after North Knox took an early 3-0 lead, the Lady Chargers rolled off nine consecutive points – including eight fol- lowing serves by Kavanaugh – to take a 9 -3 lead. The Lady Warriors rallied, however, tying the score at 15 -15 and 16 -16 before taking a 17-16 lead. However, Pike Central an- swered by scoring seven un- answered points – including six following serves by Mad- elyn Lansford – to take a 23- 17 lead. A fter North Knox scored four straight points to close to within 23-21, the Lady Chargers netted back-to- back points – the second one following a serve by Kavana- ugh – to win the best-of-three match in straight sets. In the "B" match, Pike Central trailed by as ma- ny as six points – at 12-6 – in the first set before rally- ing for seven straight points – six following serves by Ath- alee Loveless – to take a 13- 12 lead. Later, with the score tied at 20 -20, North Knox tallied four of the next six points to take a 24-22 lead. The Lady Chargers, how- ever, would bounce back, scoring three consecutive points – including two follow- ing serves by Loren Huck – to win the first set 25 -24. In the second set, Pike Central scored seven straight points – including six follow- ing serves by Jaidyn Gogel – to erase an early 1-0 defi- cit while cruising to a 25 -13 victory. Loveless led the Lady Chargers "B" team – which improved to 5 -4 – with eight points off serve. Gogel add- ed seven service points while Huck had five. "What a way to end the season," said Pike Central head coach Stephanie Shedd. "I am so proud of all the girls this season. The team made great improvements and I hope I instilled a love for vol- leyball in them." VOLLEY Continued from page 6 WESTERN Continued from page 4 about how well they played and stayed positive most of the match," Walton added. "Several times I even no- ticed they were laughing and having a good time. It's easy to get down during tough games, but they didn't." Pike Central had a total of three ace serves – two by Crow and one by Nalley – while Nalley had two blocks and Jenkins had one block. Crow had a team-high four set-assists while seniors Morgan Whann and Peyton Sorgius had 18 digs and 10 digs, respectively. In junior varsity action, sophomore Aubrie Dawson scored a team-high eight points – on five kills and three aces – as Pike Central dropped a 25 -19, 25 -22 loss to Heritage Hills. Freshman Kenzie Powell netted three points with two ace serves and one kill while sophomores Audrey Keep- es (two kills) and Alexis En- glert (one kill, one block) scored two points each. In addition, Powell had five set-assists while Au- brie Dawson, Keepes and sophomore Karsyn Pipes had seven digs each. Fresh- man Mallory Hickey had five digs while sophomore Shel- by Sisk added four. Pike Central will open postseason play when it takes on Princeton in the semifinal round of the sec- tional tournament at 11 a.m. on Saturday, Oct. 14, at Sul- livan. During their regular-sea- son meeting on Tuesday, Sept. 12, in Princeton, the Pike Central defeated the La- dy Tigers 25 -18, 25 -23, 16 -25, 19 -25, 15 -13. "We were really excited to see our draw for Saturday," Walton said. "We know we are playing a team we can beat, because we have al- ready. We have to go in with confidence and remember to believe in ourselves." The Pike Central-Prince- ton winner will advance to the sectional's championship match, which will be played later on Saturday, Oct. 14, at 7 p.m. UPCOMING SHOOT NOW thru November 3 IRELAND SPORTSMAN CLUB Friday Night Shooting Matches are ready to start again! FRIDAY MATCHES OCTOBER 6 SOMETHING NEWSWORTHY? Give us a call: 812-354-8500 Above: Pike Central High School senior Peyton Sorgius receives a serve as senior teammate Mor- gan Whann (3) looks on during varsity volleyball action at Heritage Hills on Thursday, Oct. 5. Ed Cahill photo Left: Pike Central High School freshman Mal- lory Hickey receives a serve during junior varsi- ty volleyball action at Heritage Hills on Thursday, Oct. 5. Ed Cahill photo Left: Pike Cen- tral High School senior Brook Nal- ley (7) passes the ball during varsity volleyball action at Heritage Hills on Thursday, Oct. 5. Nalley led the Lady Chargers with four kills in a 25-11, 25-9, 25-10 loss. Ed Cahill photo Right: Pike Cen- tral High School sophomore Karsyn Pipes (9) hits the ball as sophomore teammate Audrey Keepes (29) looks on during junior varsity volleyball action at Heritage Hills on Thursday, Oct. 5. Ed Cahill photo

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