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Am Legion baseball
Spyders open Terre Haute tourney with shutout loss
The Diamond Spyders recorded just one hit against Terre Haute Post 346â€™s Damon Olds, and Plymouth Post 27 opened the Terre Haute American Legion Baseball Tournament with a 2-0 loss on Thursday.
FRANKLIN â€” Tritonâ€™s senior top flighters went out in style at Wednesdayâ€™s state finals.
Senior boys complete sweep
The Indiana Senior All-Stars completed their sweep of the Indiana Junior All-Stars with a 133-111 victory at Tipton High School Wednesday.
The seniors knocked down 16-of-31 3-pointers led by Zak Irvinâ€™s 5-of-7 from deep and got 63 points off the bench compared to 40 by the juniors en route to the win, which followed a 106-95 victory Monday at Sullivan High School.
CULVER â€” Culver Community High School is looking for coaches for the next school year. The school is seeking head coaches for cross country and softball as well as a varsity assistant football coach. All are paid positions.
Please contact Culver Athletic Director Andy Thomas at 574-842-3391 or at email@example.com for details.
FRANKLIN â€” Tritonâ€™s two DI golfers saw their rounds take very different turns Tuesday.
Ryan Rapp got off to an inauspicious start as he hooked his first tee shot out of bounds but quickly settled in to post a 2-under 70 just two shots off the lead, while Quentyn Carpenter saw his 3 under at the turn dissolve with a quadruple bogey on No. 2 and sits tied for 23rd in the 100-player field at 2-over 74 with the first round of the IHSAA Boys Golf State Finals now complete.
PLYMOUTH â€” The American Legion Post 27 Diamond Spyders held off a late-inning rally by Logansport Post 60 to come away with an 8-6 win at Bill Nixon Field Tuesday.
Shay Hepler was the star of the night, going 3-for-5 with a double, solo homer and a team-leading four RBIs to power his team to the win.
Gurtner wins MD Tour event
LaVilleâ€™s Zach Gurtner carded a 1-over 73 at Tippecanoe Country Club to win the boys 17-19 division in a Mountain Dew Junior Golf Tour event in Monticello Tuesday.
Gurtner followed up his 37 on the front nine with an even-par 36 on the back to edge Kokomoâ€™s Tyler White by a stroke for top honors, while Plymouthâ€™s Ben Schenk turned in a 9-over 81 to finish in a tie for 10th in the
division, and Nate Kolter, also of Plymouth, shot 85 for 19th.
Yeo, Mercer contribute as Indiana Senior All-Stars down Juniors, 106-95
A pair of area players faced off in the Indiana All-Stars series Monday night at Sullivan High School as Triton senior Clay Yeo and Plymouth junior Mack Mercer both took the floor in an exhibition doubleheader between the Indiana Junior All-Stars and the Indiana Senior All-Stars.
ARGOS â€”Â Katie Berg of Plymouth has been awarded the North Central Soccer Associationâ€™s third annual T. Edward Ummel Young Referee of the Year Award, it was announced over the weekend.
Ummel was a long-time referee trainer for the NCSA, as well as treasurer, coach and board member of Argos Youth Soccer. He earned a reputation for excellent instruction and mentoring of youth soccer officials. The award remembers his standard of excellence with the selection of a young referee who has shown skill in officiating as well as quality in character.
ARGOS â€” Argos played host to over 800 players in 100 games as the North Central Soccer Association (NCSA) held its 18th annual All-Star Tournament over the weekend.
Teams competed in pools playing three to four games to determine a winner. Seven games were played Friday. Over 60 games filled seven soccer fields from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. Saturday and about 30 more were played Sunday beginning at noon.