Savanna Purdom didn't lose a game in her No. 1 singles win, leading Lincoln's girls tennis team to a 3-2 victory over Pike Central on Tuesday at the Alices' courts.

The Alices collected all three wins in singles. Purdom shut out Ella McGuire; No. 2 Ashlyn Hillenbrand knocked off Shelby Keeker, 6-1, 6-1; and No. 3 Macey Fisher bounced Jaime Sallee, 6-0, 6-2.

In the doubles wins for the Chargers, No. 1 Kenley Beck-Zoey Davis topped Abby West-Mallory Friend, 6-0, 6-3; and No. 2 Reagan Craig-Ella Adams outlasted Dalayla Anderson-Makenzie Clark, 6-7 (7-2), 6-4, 1-0 (14-12).

Emma Schnepper won one of two junior varsity matches, prevailing 6-3.

"It feels good to get a win, especially without our No. 1 singles player in the lineup," Lincoln coach Bryce Crane said. "Savanna, Ashlyn and Macey had their feet on the gas from the first ball and never let up. The doubles team both came away with a lot of positive momentum after putting up respectable scores in their matches. I was proud of Emma getting her first win of the year too."

The Alices play at Terre Haute South at 5 p.m. today and are at Sullivan at 5 p.m. Monday.

Jasper knocks off golf Patriots

JASPER — Freshman Parker Steininger shot a team-best 42 in his high school debut, but that was about the only bright spot for Rivet's golf team as Jasper rolled to a 170-208 win Tuesday at Buffalo Trace.

Christian Steininger shot 47 for the Patriots, Curtis Shake 53 and Peyton Catt 66.

Rivet coach Chris Steininger noted the tightness of Buffalo Trace, but said his team didn't post a good score.

"I was pretty disappointed. I was expecting a little better. Unfortunately we've lost two players, and I'm going to have to readjust my expectations," Steininger said. "Parker played well and even left a few out there. Christian started out awful, a double bogey, bogey, bogey and a triple, but he finished strong."

Nick Buechlein was medalist, shooting a 1-over-par 37 for the Wildcats.

The Patriots play at High Pointe C.C. at 4:30 p.m. Thursday with Loogootee and host North Knox.

Region 24 selects three Lady Blazers

The Vincennes University women's basketball team backcourt trio of Amani Brown, Shaila Beeler and Reeva Hammelman were named to the All-Region 24 team Monday.

Brown and Beeler were selected to the first team, while North Knox graduate Hammelman was picked for the third team. Hammelman was also given the region's Sportsmanship Award. All three players are sophomores.

Brown is the team's leading scorer at 18.2 points per game going into this week's region tournament. She also averages 3.3 rebounds and 2.9 assists. Beeler, a transfer from Indiana University, averages 12 points per game, a team-best 5.1 assists and 3.7 rebounds. Hammelman averages 12.1 points, 3.6 rebounds and 2.9 assists.

Wabash Valley's Jazmyn Turner was tabbed the region's Player of the Year. Teammate Je'Naiya Davis and Rend Lake's Dais'Ja Trotter joined Turner and the VU duo on the first team.

The second team was Tionne Coyler, Shawnee; Niya Danfort, Rend Lake; Janiah Newell, Kaskaskia; Daija Snipes, Olney Central; and Megan Barton, Rend Lake. With Hammelman on the third team were Makayla Best, Southwestern Illinois; Kelsey Mitchell, Lincoln Trail; Ma'Kayla Marshall, Rend Lake; and Zakyra Stallworth, Shawnee.

Jeeps' big 4th overtakes softball Warriors

DUBOIS — Northeast Dubois went off for six runs in the fourth inning as the Jeeps topped North Knox, 9-4, in a Blue Chip Conference softball game Tuesday.

Phoebe Worstell got the Warriors (0-3, 0-1 Blue Chip) started with a solo homer to lead off the second inning. In the fourth, Worstell reached on an error and scored on a Maryssa Lamb triple by

But the Jeeps (2-2, 1-0) finally got to the pitcher Worstell in the fourth, stringing together four hits, two walks and a hit better to rack up six runs. In the fifth, Worstell singled in two North Knox runs to get the deficit to 6-4, but Dubois came back with three in the sixth. A Riley Petro single was all the Warriors mustered in their final two at-bats.

Worstell allowed seven earned runs on seven hits and three walks with six strikeouts. Cora Armes also singled and scored for North Knox.

The Warriors visit Clay City at 5 p.m. Thursday.

North Knox |010 120 0 — 4 6 3

Northeast Dubois |000 630 x — 9 7 2

W-Rasche. L-Phoebe Worstell. 2B-NED, Fuhrman, Kiefer. 3B-NK, Maryssa Lamb; NED, Merkel. HR-NK, Worstell.

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