Imels help Indiana beat Kentucky
Norwell graduates Kaylee and Drew Imel of Bluffton helped Indiana maintain its dominance over Kentucky in the Indiana/Kentucky Junior Challenge Cup golf tournament held this week at Bardstown Country Club in Bardstown, Ky.
The Hoosier girls won the cup for the fourth straight year, while the boys extended their streak to five in a row. The girls posted a 408-427 victory and the boys a 544-558 advantage.
Both sides held a comfortable lead after the morning four ball matches, with the boys leading by eight shots and the girls by seven. Kaylee Imel and Emily Dixon led the girls in the morning, firing a seven-under par 65, while Trey Pfund and Drew Imel matched them with a 65 of their own.
In the afternoon alternate shot format, the Indiana girls upped their lead behind a four-under par 68 from Kristi Cardwell and Carleigh Silvers. The boys repeated their seven-shot morning advantage with former Cathedral High School teammates, Corey Ziedonis and Henry Plager, shooting seven-under par 65 for the low alternate shot total by three strokes.
Smokies top Parker, BayBears
MOBILE, Ala. — Jarrod Parker surrendered five runs for the second time in his last three starts, while the Mobile BayBears’ offense was quiet again in a 5-2 loss to the Tennessee Smokies Thursday night at Hank Aaron Stadium.
The BayBears have been outscored 33-7 in the first four games of this series. For the second consecutive game, the BayBears grabbed the lead in the bottom of the second, but the Smokies climbed back in the third.
James Adduci walked with one out, while Marquez Smith followed with a two-run home run to put the Smokies on top. Blake Lalli followed with an opposite-field homer to left, giving Tennessee a 3-1 lead. The two homers were the first given up by Parker in nearly 96 innings this season.
In the Smokies’ fourth, Welington Castillo led off with a single and took third on a hit by Nate Samson. A sacrifice fly by Casey Coleman (10-5) brought Castillo home to make it 4-1. Adduci drove in Samson with a single.
Parker (4-6, 3.68 ERA) allowed eight hits, walked one and struck out five in four innings.
Silver Hawks activate Justin Parker
South Bend — The South Bend Silver Hawks have activated infielder Justin Parker from the disabled list.
Parker has been on and off the disabled list a couple of times this season, bothered by left shoulder inflammation. He missed three weeks in June with the injury, and has missed the last three weeks with the same problem.
He has been a force in the lineup, hitting .276 with a home run and 24 RBI.
Parker was drafted in the sixth round of the 2008 First Year Player Draft from Wright State University in Dayton.
Clouser places 12th in tournament
McCormick Clouser tied for 12th place in the American Junior Golf Association Notre Dame Junior Open at Warren Golf Course in South Bend.
After round one Clouser was tied for 33rd with a 76 (37-39), but with consecutive 73s (36-37, 34-39) on Wednesday and Thursday he moved up to 12th in the 75-man field.
SW girls’ golf team to hold first practice
Girls interested in playing for the Southern Wells Raiders girls’ golf team should attend a meeting and practice on Friday, July 31, at 4 p.m. at the school. Bring clubs. For more information, call coach Charles Harris at 765-728-2769.
Raiders’ cross country to begin
The Southern Wells Raiders’ high school cross county teams will be opening their camp at 8 a.m. on Monday, Aug. 3, continuing through noon Friday, Aug. 7. Phillip Rhodes is the varsity coach and may be contacted at 260-694-6453.
Raiders’ football to open practice
Southern Wells Raiders’ football players in grades 9-12 will begin practice on Monday, Aug. 3 from 8-11:00 a.m. Second practice of the day will be from 6:30-8:30 p.m. New students in grades 9-12 or anyone wishing to play should call coach Mark Lefebvre at 260-273-2820.
Practice to begin for SW volleyball
Southern Wells girls’ high school volleyball practice will start Monday, Aug. 3, from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m., with a break for lunch and a second session from 2-4:30. Any girl in grades 9-12 is welcome. New students in grades 9-12 or anyone wanting to play should contact coach Melissa Northrop at 260-750-5329.
Norwell boys’ tennis to begin
Tennis tryouts begin Monday, Aug. 3, for the Norwell boys’ tennis team. Any student interested in playing may attend the tryout. Practices are at 9-11 a.m. and 6-8 p.m. Physicals and other school documents must be completed and turned in before an athlete may participate. If there are any questions, call coach Joel Fillman at 273-7217.
Norwell girls’ cross country to start
Norwell High School girls’ cross country practice will start on Monday, Aug. 3 at 8 a.m. Physicals must be completed and turned in before an athlete can practice. Knight Contracts and trainer cards are due at the same time. For more information, contact Bob Dahl at email@example.com
Crusaders girls’ CC conditioning slated
Norwell Middle School girls’ cross country conditioning will be starting Monday, Aug. 3, 2009 at 8 a.m. Physicals must be completed and turned in before an athlete can begin conditioning. Any girl interested in conditioning should meet at the Norwell High School flag pole near the entrance to the high school gym. Girls should wear practice clothes, running shoes and bring a water bottle. Conditioning will end at approximately 9:30 a.m. Parents needing more information should contact Bob Dahl by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 260-824-2766.
Norwell boys’ cross country to begin
Norwell High School boys’ cross country practice will start on Monday, Aug. 3 at 8 a.m. Physicals must be completed and turned in before an athlete can practice. Knight Contracts and trainer cards are due at the same time. Any questions, contact Randy Hawkins at 341-3974 or email@example.com
Bluffton volleyball tryouts to be held
Bluffton Tigers girls’ volleyball tryouts will be Aug. 3 and 4 from 5:30-8 p.m. in the high school gymnasium.
SW Jr. High cross country start set
Southern Wells Jr. High cross country practice will start Monday, Aug. 10 from 6-7 p.m. Runners should meet in front of the high school gym. All runners in grades 6-8 must have a completed physical turned in before they can practice.
Gun club to host youth clinic
The Wells County Gun Club and National Rifle Association are sponsoring a trap and five-stand shooting clinic for youth Tuesday, Aug. 4, at 6:30 p.m. The club is located at 2555E-400N. Fundamentals of shotgun shooting will be the focus of instructors Paul Rumple, Leonard Rekeweg and Andrew Werling. There is no fee, but participants must furnish ammunition. For more information, call Rick McEvoy at 260-824-4364.
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