HUNTINGBURG — Lincoln's boys and girls swim teams were second among four teams at Southridge on Monday.

Forest Park edged the Alices in the boys meet, 341-276, while Evansville Central had 238 and Southridge 12. In the girls meet, Southridge scored 481, Lincoln 245, Central 198 and Forest Park 170.

Jacob King paced the Alices in the boys meet, winning the 50-yard freestyle in 24.93 and the 100 freestyle in 57.02. Caleb Newman claimed the 100 breaststroke in 1:10.80, and C.T. Nash was best in one-meter diving, scoring 176.85.

Lincoln didn't have any girls winners.

The Alices host Pike Central at 6 p.m. today.

South Knox swimmers claim triangular

MOUNT VERNON — Jacob Siewers, Will Staggs and Will Mahan all collected individual wins and helped South Knox's boys win a triangular swim meet over Mount Vernon and Tell City Saturday.

The Spartans edged the hosts, 68-56, while Tell City scored five.

Siewers had two wins, claiming the 200-yard freestyle in 1:52.7 and the 500 freestyle in 5:14.97. Staggs was best in the 100 freestyle, 56.73; and Mahan won the 100 backstroke, 1:18.09. South Knox also won a pair of relays. Staggs, Mahan, Chase Staggs and Siewers took the 200 freestyle relay in 1:42.46; and Caleb Cork, Staggs, Staggs and Siewers won the 400 freestyle relay, no time.

Other top-three finishers were Aaron Brown second, 200 freestyle, and third, 100 freestyle; Mahan second, 100 butterfly; Chase Staggs second, 50 freestyle and 100 breaststroke; Will Staggs second, 200 individual medley; and Cork third, 100 breaststroke, and fourth, 50 freestyle.

Freshman Spartans fall to NE Dubois

Northeast Dubois upended South Knox, 50-34, in a boys freshman basketball game Monday.

Brady Robinson had 12 points for the Spartans, Tanner Holland 11, Jacob Allen five, Jordan Loudermilk four, Zach Allen three and Draven Garner two.

South Knox was at Forest Park on Tuesday and plays at Eastern Greene at 6 p.m. next Monday.

North Knox 7-8 boys record sweep

SWITZ CITY — North Knox grabbed seventh and eighth grade boys basketball wins over White River Valley on Monday.

The Warriors (7-5) claimed the eighth-grade game, 36-28. Cole Kerns had 15 points, Lane Adams eight, Brady Raab four, and Brennan Messel, Mark Lehmann and Braxton Yenne three.

North Knox's seventh grade (9-3) won, 36-26. Will Arnold and Kyson Parker had eight points, Skyler Nethercutt four, Tyler Clark and Rylan Oxby three, and Carson Goforth and Trenten Richards two.

7-8 Spartans split games with Arrows

SULLIVAN — South Knox's eighth grade prevailed, but the seventh grade was defeated in boys basketball games at Sullivan on Monday.

The eighth-grade Spartans won, 46-33. Sam Singleton had 16 points, 12 rebounds, and five assists for South Knox (7-1), Isaac True nine points, Braydon Loudermilk and Zach Woolard four points, and Justin Siewers two points.

The seventh-grade Spartans (3-5) fell, 36-19. Kaiden Grumieaux had six points, Colt Hout and Malaki Downen three points, Ryan Maeder, Porter Watjen and Cannon McAllister two points, and Ace Hageman one.

South Knox visits Princeton on Thursday.

Barr-Reeve 6th boys slip by Alices

MONTGOMERY — Clark's sixth-grade boys dropped a 31-26 basketball decision at Barr-Reeve on Monday.

Scoring for the Alices (2-4) were Carson Heiden with nine points, Ryder Duke six, Colton York and Justice Johnson four, Leyton Battles two and Cooper Collins one.

Clark's B-team lost, 29-9. Brody Phillips, Connor Hahn, Jayden Thacker and Johnson all scored two points, and Landon Wyant one for the Alices (5-2).

North Knox 6th takes Sullivan tourney

SULLIVAN — North Knox's sixth grade boys basketball team defeated Clark, 18-16; and Sullivan, 32-12, to capture the Sullivan Elementary School Tournament on Saturday.

Eli Elkins scored a total of 24 points in the two wins for the Warriors (7-1), Levi Pahmeier nine, Brock Collins seven, Levi Telligman six, Coy VanMeter four and Will Trabant two.

On Monday, North Knox thrashed visiting White River Valley, 49-10. Elkins tallied 12 points; Michael Oaks nine; Chevy Goforth six; Collins and Pahmeier five; Telligman four; Kolten Boyles two points, nine rebounds; VanMeter two points, six assists; Kix Cardinal two points, five steals; and Trabant two points.

North Knox hosts Linton at 6 p.m. today.

Washington trips up Clark 6th-grade girls

Washington edged by Clark, 24-20, in a sixth-grade girls basketball game Monday.

Alivia Eaton notched five points, five rebounds and three steals for the Alices (2-3); Brylee Quinett five points; J.J. Riggs four points, three rebounds, three steals and two assists; Cami Tredway four points, two rebounds; and Gabby Neeley two points.

Clark lost the B-game, 22-18. Tredway had six points, six rebounds for the Alices (1-3); Eaton six points, five rebounds; Madi Bowers three points, six rebounds; Neeley two points, two rebounds; and Lucy Wisley one point, four rebounds.

Clark played at Castle South on Tuesday and entertains Pike Central at 9:30 a.m. Saturday.

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