Knox County Sports Roundup for Wednesday, 9/15

(Soccer– NK Tops Rivet)


North Knox led Rivet 2-1 at halftime, and made the lead stand up in a 2-1 win at St. Vincent Field in Vincennes.

The Warriors got a goal by Gabe Robarge, and a penalty kick goal by Conner Hartzburg, in that first half.  Curtis Shake tied the game with the lone Rivet goal, but Hartzburg’s penalty conversion made the difference.  North Knox’s goalkeeper  Gage France had nine saves, including a big one in the final minute from a shot by Rivet’s Thomas Herman.  Rivet keeper Falk Van Maltzhan had five saves in the game.





(Soccer– LHS Loses to North)


The Lincoln High School soccer team lost 8-0 to Evansville North.  Teighan Johnson led the Alices with 20 saves.


(Soccer– SK Girls Defeat Pike Central)


The South Knox girls’ soccer team moves to 7-2-1 with a 2-0 victory over Pike Central.  Kylie McCoy and Jordyn Derouin scored the South Knox goals, while Jayda Millspaugh had 8 saves.




(VB– Loogootee Defeats Rivet)

The Loogootee Lions defeated the Rivet Patriots in volleyball in 3 last night, 25-19, 25-20, and 25-16.  Kenadee Frey helped lead Rivet with nine points, nine kills, and 15 assists.  Elise Lowe added ten digs, Ari Gerkin had eleven kills and eight digs, and Allison Hensley scored seven digs and seven assists.  Rivet’s volleyballers are 14-4 on the season, and 4-2 in the Blue Chip Conference.


(VB– LHS Loses to Bosse)

The Vincennes Lincoln Alices lost in five to Evansville Bosse.  The Bulldogs took the first two, 25-19 and 25-18 before LHS took the next two, 25-10 and 25-14.  Bosse rallied to take the fifth set 15-13 and win the match.

The Lincoln JV defeated Bosse in two, 25-1 and 25-8.


(VB– NK Defeats North Central)

The North Knox volleyball team defeated North Central last night in three sets, 25-14, 25-14, and 25-18.  Mallory Rogers led the Warriors with 12 points, 7 aces, and 7 digs, jacqui Alsman had 9 points, 4 aces, and 4 digs.   Alex McKinley had 8 points, 11 assists, and 8 digs, while Abigail McKinley added 8 points.  There was no JV game.  The Warriors varsity moves to 14-2 on the year with the win.



(Golf– Rivet Wins County Meet)


The Rivet girls’ golf team defeated South Knox and North Knox at the High Pointe Country Club in Bicknell.  The Lady Patriots scored a 197, with South Knox one stroke behind, at 198.  North Knox did not have a team score.

South Knox’s Trinity Dubbs was medalist, with a 42, Selina Dellinger scored a 46, while Bethany Williams carded a 47. Rivet’s Maddi Halter led the victorious Patriots with a 44, while Cadence Mills scored a 48, Jacqueline Steininger had a 52, and Alicia McGuire shot a 53.  Brooklyn Sturgeon had a 50 to lead North Knox.



(JH Roundup)

The South Knox Middle School cross country teams competed yesterday in the Forest Park Invitational.  The Spartan boys won the meet, with 49 points.  Forest Park was next with 86, followed by Jasper, Barr-Reeve, and Northeast Dubois rounding out the top five.

Evan Hartwick was second for the Spartans, with Isaac Singleton in fifth and Elijah McIntire ninth.

In the girls’ race, South Knox tied for third with Tell City, with 84 points.  Alli Hayden led the South Knox girls with a 7th place finish.  Forest Park won the girls meet, with 78 points.



The North Knox 8th grade volleyball team lost a tough three-set match to Bloomfield.  The North Knox 8th grade took game 1, 25-13, but lost game two 25-24, and the final game, 17-15.  Keely McMillin and Jade Richter led the way for the 8th grade team with 11 service points each.

The NK 7th grade lost to Bloomfield 25-7 and 25-8.  Jonna Myers led with two points in the match.


The Clark Middle School seventh grade volleyball teams split with Sullivan.  In the 8th grade match, Sullivan won in two, 25-16 and 25-18.  Kayla Farrar led the way with 6 kills.  and Cynthia Memering added 13 assists.

The Clark Middle School 7th grade team won in two sets, 25-21 and 25-15.  Cami Treadway had five aces, with Ciara Herndon adding four aces for CMS.


The Clark Middle School soccer teams defeated Princeton.  The boys match wound up 9-0 to Clark, with Lucas Klingler, David Ramirez, and Bryce Quinett all scoring three goals each.  The C-M-S girls won 6-1, with one goal each from Kenzie Doerner, Lucy Weinsenberger, Emily Riddle, Addison Catt, Lucy Winsley, and Ali Patricio.  Javelin James and Gabby Neeley combined for nine saves.

(VU Third in Golf Invitational)


Vincennes University finished third in their own golf invitational at the Country Oaks golf course in Montgomery.

The Blazers finished behind winning team John A. Logan, who won with a total of 587.  Mineral Area was next with a 630, two shots ahead of VU, at 632.  Oakland City University was fourth, at 639, while Saint Mary of the Wood was fifth, at 640.

Bryce Kirchner was the low VU scorer, with a two-round score of 149.  Dominic DePass was next at 152, followed by Paxton Schwomeyer with 154.  All three were in the overall top 10 individual scorers for the tournament.


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