SEA ISLAND, Ga. — Adam Schenk birdied four of his last six holes to make the cut line on the number Friday in the second round at The RSM Classic.

Schenk shot a 4-under-par 66 Friday and is in a tie for 54th place at 3-under. His late-round rally allowed the Vincennes golfer to make his sixth cut in his first seven tournaments of the 2020-21 PGA season.

Starting the day on the 10th hole at 1-over, Schenk got his score under par with birdies on the par-4 11th and 13th holes. But his total went back to 1-over when he bogeyed the par-5 15th and par-4 16th. On his second nine, Schenk warmed up with birdies on the par-4 fourth, par-4 fifth, par-5 seventh and par-4 eighth holes.

Robert Streb holds the halfway lead at 14-under, two strokes ahead of Camilo Villegas.

Schenk begins his third round on the 10th hole at 11:29 a.m. today with playing partners Rafa Cabrera Bello and Bo Hoag.

Lincoln announces winter sports rules

Due to Knox County's current orange status with COVID-19, Lincoln announced Friday that only parents and siblings will be allowed for home athletic events at this time.

Tickets will be made available for athletes to purchase for family members the week of the event, and tickets for Monday games will be available the Friday before. Ticket policies for road games are determined by the host school. All home games will be streamed online at WZDM.com

All fans attending are required to wear masks at all times, social distancing is expected with family household groups able to sit together, and children are expected to sit with their family group at all times.

If COVID-19 number improve within the community, it's possible that attendance could be increased at some point this season. However, a move into the red status could tighten restrictions further.

The school also announced Friday that the girls basketball game at Washington on Tuesday has been postponed, due to the Hatchets having to quarantine. The Alices had already missed several games due to the virus, and Tuesday was slated to be the opener. The girls opener is now Nov. 30 at Evansville Reitz.

8th-grade Alices paste visiting Jasper

Clark's eighth-grade boys used a dominant second half to finish off visiting Jasper, 57-39, for a basketball victory on Thursday.

For the Alices (2-0), Joel Sanders had 23 points, seven rebounds; Will Hambrick 14 points, 11 rebounds; Brady Kirwer eight points, seven rebounds; Luke Lindsey eight points; and Joshua Clegg four points, four assists, four steals.

In the B-game, Jasper won, 43-28. Kole Vash led Clark (0-1) with 12 points, nine rebounds; A.J. Bilskie had eight points, six rebounds; Blake Green six points, seven rebounds; and Jaden McCarter and Jaret Goff one point.

The Alices visit Castle South today.

7-8 Warriors tame Cougars twice

ELNORA — North Knox's seventh and eighth grade girls snagged easy basketball victories at North Daviess on Thursday.

The eighth-grade Warriors (2-0) handled the Cougars, 51-26. Alex McKinley scored 17 points, Brynna Collins 15, Brooklyn Sturgeon 14, Hadley Williams three and Marissa Petelle two.

The seventh grade (2-0) rolled, 39-6. Lexi Primus scored 18 points, Baylee McClure 17 and Jade Richter four.

North Knox's seventh grade host Bloomfield at 6 p.m. Tuesday, and both Warriors teams visit Eastern Greene at 6 p.m. Dec. 1.

Jasper takes it to Clark 7th boys

JASPER — Clark's seventh-grade boys basketball team dropped a 40-10 decision at Jasper on Thursday.

Robert Burch led the Alices (0-2) with three points, six rebounds. Lucas Eaton had three points, three rebounds; Colton Duke two points, four rebounds; William Burgess two points, three rebounds; Camdyn Meadows three rebounds; and Tyson Gillis two rebounds, two assists.

The B-game also went to Jasper, 41-22. Hunter Bilskie had eight points, five rebounds; Landon Johnson five points, two rebounds; Gavin Kelso five points; Quienten Butler three points and Mabrey Fleck one point.

Clark visits Castle South at 10 a.m. today.

North Knox 7-8 boys fall to Bloomfield

BICKNELL — North Knox's seventh and eighth grade boys suffered basketball defeats Thursday against Bloomfield.

The eighth grade fell, 32-22. Braxton Yenne had 13 points for the Warriors (1-1), Brady Raab four, Brennan Messel three, and Blayne Boger two.

The seventh-grade Warriors (1-1) lost in overtime, 45-42. Rylan Oxby scored 11 points, Carson Goforth, Camden McCory and Kyson Parker nine, and Will Arnold and Sklyer Nethercutt two.

North Knox visits North Daviess on Monday.

5th-6th Spartans knock off Jug Rox

South Knox's fifth and sixth grade boys each earned basketball wins over visiting Shoals on Thursday.

The sixth-grade Spartans won, 21-13. Brayden Peterson had five points and 11 rebounds; Tate Staggs and Layne Hays scored five; Tucker Mahan two points, five rebounds; Alex Harting two points, four rebounds; and Maddux Sargeant two points.

South Knox's fifth grade picked up a 25-20 victory. Isaac Singleton and Levi Loudermilk each scored eight points, Zeke Cooper and Kelby Klein four, and Turner Dobbyn one.

The Spartans host Barr-Reeve on Dec. 1.

Washington pops South Knox 5th girls

WASHINGTON — South Knox's fifth-grade girls basketball team was defeated by Washington, 27-10, on Thursday.

Raney Wilson scored eight points for the Spartans and Layla Moon had two.

In the B-game, the Hatchets prevailed, 30-2. Mati Donaldson had South Knox's two points.

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