EVANSVILLE — Lincoln's boys tennis team posted its fourth win in five days Saturday, allowing Evansville Bosse just six games in a 5-0 Southern Indiana Athletic Conference victory.

The Alices (9-5, 4-3 SIAC) claimed a pair of 6-0, 6-0 wins, No. 1 singles Kyle Stenger over Willie Trautvetter and No. 3 Calvin Carmean over Dereck Temple. No. 2 singles Parker Dugan defeated Nick Taylor, 6-1, 6-2; No. 1 doubles Landon Altstadt-David Wilson dropped Reid Stevens-Dredon Nunn, 6-1, 6-1; and No. 2 doubles Simon Corrona-Gus McCrary popped Andrew Scheller-Matt Wagner, 6-0, 6-1.

"It was a good performance to finish a solid week for us," Lincoln coach Bryce Crane said. "The rest of our schedule is pretty tough, so we hope some momentum from this week carries over for us."

The Alices host Bloomfield at 5 p.m. Monday.

Volley Patriots topple Wolverines

Elise Lowe and April Tripp each served six aces, and Rivet's volleyball eased by White River Valley, 25-14, 25-20, 25-19, for a victory at Holscher Gym on Saturday.

Tripp served 16 points with seven digs and two kills, and Lowe had 10 points and seven digs. Others contributing for the Patriots (6-2) were Kenadee Frey with 18 assists, five kills, five digs, four points; Lauren Carie 10 kills; Arianna Gerkin eight kills, six points, two aces, three digs; Maggie Earley 15 digs, seven points; Anna Herman three kills, two aces; and Avery Vantlin five digs.

No junior varsity game was played.

Rivet travels to Loogootee at 6 p.m. Tuesday.

Washington blanks tennis Spartans

WASHINGTON — Possible sectional opponent Washington didn't yield a set to South Knox on Saturday in a 5-0 victory.

No. 1 Nathan Robbins put up the biggest fight for the Spartans (5-9) in a 6-4, 6-1 defeat. No. 2 singles Nathan Ruppel lost, 6-0, 6-0, and No. 3 singles Toby Holland fell, 6-0, 6-1. Losing by 6-1, 6-1 counts were No. 1 doubles Trevor Lough-Jared Fuller and No. 2 doubles Tom Schmidt-Noah Hayden.

South Knox plays at Sullivan at 5 p.m. Wednesday.

Clark volleyball goes 3-1 at Castle South

NEWBURGH — Clark's eighth grade won two and the seventh grade split in volleyball round-robins against Castle South and North Daviess on Saturday.

The eighth-grade Alices downed South, 25-11, 25-16, and topped the Cougars, 25-19, 25-10. Kahre McCrary served 12 aces with 10 kills and two digs in the matches; Addy Alton and Kate Jones had seven aces and two kills; Matti Collins 19 assists; Amya Woodall six digs; Addi Connor four kills, four digs; and Brooklyn Tredway two kills.

Clark's seventh grade defeated Castle South, 25-16, 25-15, but lost to North Daviess, 25-23, 25-19. Ellie Blue had six kills, one ace; Miley Carie eight assists, four aces; Kiaya Farrar eight aces, two kills; Grace Archer seven aces; Ava Steffey six aces; Daylin Thompson three aces, two kills; Coco Salters two aces; and Finley Greer one assist.

MS soccer Spartans hammer Cardinals

WASHINGTON — Owen Lavely scored five goals to push South Knox to an 10-0 coed middle school soccer win over Washington Catholic on Friday.

Others recording goals for the Spartans were Kalissa Lavely and Colt Hout with two, and Malaki Downen one. Providing assists were Owen Lavely with two, and Justin Siewers, Downen, Joseph Ellerman, Blake Sutton, Grayson Palmer and Kalissa Lavely one.

Ray, Hulfachor pace Lawrence Co. golfers

LAWRENCEVILLE, Ill. — Camren Ray shot 1-under par and Garrett Hulfachor was even par as the Lawrence County golf team dropped Robinson, 158-167, Wednesday at the Lawrence County Country Club.

Ray's 35 and Hulfachor's 36 were followed by Ethan Kelly's 42 and Lexi Wymer 45. Dylan Hughes had 50 and Jimmy Bible 52.

The team is at Paris at 4 p.m. Monday.

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