GREENSBORO, N.C. — Adam Schenk double-bogeyed his opening hole Friday, and the Vincennes golfer couldn't recover as he missed the cut at the PGA's Wyndham Championship.

Schenk carded a 1-over-par 71 Friday and completed the two rounds at 1-under. The cut line was at 4-under.

He double-bogeyed the par-4 10th hole to start his round and never got back to even par during Friday's play. Schenk birdied the par-5 15th, bogeyed the par-4 17th, birdied the par-5 fifth, bogeyed the par-4 sixth and birdied the par-4 eighth.

Byeong Hun An has a one-shot lead at 13-under. Brice Garnett is at 12-under and six players are tied at 11-under, led by Webb Simpson.

The tournament is the last in the regular season. Schenk has qualified for the playoffs by virtue of his projected 86th spot in the FedExCup standings.

The first playoff event is The Northern Trust in Jersey City, N.J., starting Thursday. Schenk must be within the top 70 in the FedExCup standings after that event to advance to the BMW Championship in Medinah, Ill., the following week.

Youth soccer

taking sign-ups

Registration is open for the Vincennes Youth Soccer Association leagues.

Play is open for boys and girls ages 4-15. The entry fee is $60 and the deadline is Tuesday. The fee after Tuesday is $75.

Teams are being selected Aug. 14 and coaches will contact players between Aug. 16-18.

Matches begin on Sept. 8 at the VYSA complex and continue on Sunday afternoons through Oct. 27.

For more information or to sign-up, contact league director Roy Inglis at 812-890-1164 or visit

Two VU athletes

get academic honors

Vincennes University volleyball players Brantli Lannan and Rachel Rupert were among over 6,500 athletes to earn NJCAA Academic honors for the 2018-19 school year recently.

Lannan, a Linton grad who returns this season, was a second-team selection, while Rupert was named to the third team. Jaddy Duarte, who transferred to VU to play volleyball after suiting up for Monroe (N.Y.) last season, was also a third-team selection.

Student-athletes needed a 3.60 grade point average to receive NJCAA Academic honors. First-team selections had to have a 4.0, second-team picks were between 3.80-3.99, and third-team picks were between 3.60-3.79.

A record 6,656 athletes earned the academic honors, breaking the previous record of 6,329 set in 2017-18. More than 1,500 received first-team recognition. Baseball was the most represented sport with 1,439 athletes. Softball had the most female representatives with 1,273.

Mattress fundraiser for

football Alices today

The Lincoln football program is hosting a mattress fundraiser from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. today at the LHS cafeteria.

Brand new, name brand mattresses are available as well as adjustable bases and sleep accessories, all for discounted prices. Each purchase helps the Alices raise money for new sideline equipment and uniforms.

For more information, visit the Custom Fundraising Solutions' Facebook page at

North Knox all-sport

tickets now on sale

All-sport passes for North Knox sporting events are on currently on sale at the school's athletic office.

Adult all-sport passes are $75, senior citizen passes (60-and-over) are $50, and student passes are $35. Adults can also purchase a 10-event pass for $35, which gets them into 10 games across any sport. Family passes are also available for $175 and includes four all-sport passes.

General admission to high school events throughout the school year are $5, though some events may vary. For junior high and elementary events, adult general admission tickets are $4 and students are $2.

For more information, call North Knox Athletic Director Kent Doades at 812-735-2990.

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