PACIFIC PALISADES, Calif. — Vincennes golfer Adam Schenk topped Tiger Woods and posted a better score than nearly the entire field at The Genesis Invitational on Thursday, forging a tie for second place with a 4-under-par 67.

It was the best first-round showing for Schenk in his third year on the PGA Tour, who played the first 13 holes in 5-under and was alone in second place before a bogey stalled his ascent up the leaderboard. Scott Stallings, who was also at 4-under, still had holes to play Thursday evening and may drop Schenk to third by the end of the round.

Matt Kuchar claimed the first-round lead with a 7-under score.

Schenk's birdie putts were five feet on the par-5 first, nine feet on the par-3 sixth, 14 feet on the par-4 ninth, two feet on the par-5 11th and 14 feet on the par-4 13th. His bogey came on the par-3 16th.

Woods, who has never won at the Riviera Country Club, was at 2-under and in a tie for 16th place

Schenk has the first tee time today, 9:45 a.m. EST, on the 10th hole with Indiana native Patrick Rodgers and Joel Dahmen.

Red Hill goes cold

in loss against Paris

BRIDGEPORT, Ill. — Red Hill failed to reach double digits in two quarters on Wednesday, and Paris took advantage for a 57-32 Little Illini Conference boys basketball win.

Drake Allen scored 11 points to lead the Salukis (8-18, 0-6 LIC), who suffered a last-second loss to rival Lawrenceville on Tuesday. Anthony Jerrell and Josh Henry were next with six points, but neither scored in the second half.

Paris (12-15, 1-5) pulled in front, 19-13, after one period and limited Red Hill to five points in the second to push the lead to 30-19 by halftime. The margin was 46-28 through three, and the Salukis managed only a field goal and two free throws in the fourth.

Mason Hutchings had 15 points to lead the Tigers, and Garrett King scored 13.

Paris won the junior varsity game, 46-43. Dawson Holtz led the Salukis with 28 points, and Andrew Maxfield scored nine.

Red Hill visits Robinson at 6:15 p.m. CST today.

Clark wrestlers

split at North duals

EVANSVILLE — Clark's wrestling team opened its season going 2-2 in a five-way dual meet at Evansville North on Wednesday.

The Alices got their wins over Evansville Memorial, 58-28, and Evansville Harrison, 89-4; and they lost to the host Huskies, 47-43; and Mount Vernon, 49-42.

Winning all four of their matches for Clark were Parker Wanke, Ty Henderson, Daniel Henderson, Kevin Acton, and Phoenix McCrary. Others winning matches were Brayton McCrary with three; Ry Catt, Blake Racey, Mac McCormick, Gabe Vieck and Daniel Nash two; and Gage Holdaway, Bradley Harris, Cayden Wanke, Jordan Willis, Aiden Lindauer and Gage Hagood one.

The Alices are at Boonville at 6 p.m. Tuesday.

VST finds success

at Terre Haute Blast

TERRE HAUTE — Yaretzi Pantall, Kennedy Landis and Braelyn Burrows all had multiple first-place finishes over the weekend to lead the Vincennes Swim Team's girls to a sixth-place finish at the Terre Haute Torpedoes' Arctic Blast meet.

The VST boys placed ninth.

Pantall, Girls 10-and-under, had her firsts in the 200-yard individual medley, 2:38.76; 200 freestyle, 2:12.87; 50 backstroke, 33.25; 100 freestyle, 1:00.76; 50 freestyle, 27.93; 100 breaststroke, 1:25.27; and 50 butterfly, 32.47. Landis, Girls 11-12, was best in the 100 butterfly, 1:07.77; 50 breaststroke, 36.47; and 50 butterfly, 30.77. Burrows, Girls 10-and-under, got her wins in the 100 butterfly, 1:36.22; and the 25 freestyle, 16.40.

Mya Brown, Girls 10-and-under, added a first in the 25 butterfly in 17.50, and Cami Tredway, Girls 11-12, was first in the 500 freestyle, 5:47.40. Other girls and their best finishes were Maysen Gomez fifth, Jayla Griggs sixth, Addi Robbins eighth, Addie Blackwell 13th, and Keylee Culp 15th.

Boys and their best finishes were Carter Stevenson and Zadok Fullop third, A.J. Gomez fifth, Luke Phegley and Geovanni Ralston sixth, Max Buehner 14th, Tobias Fullop 15th, Nolan Brown 26th.

On Feb. 2, the VST completed a weekend meet at the Center Grove Aquatic Club Super Bowl Splash, where the girls placed second as a team and the boys were sixth.

At Center Grove, Pantall had firsts in the 200 freestyle, 200 IM, 100 breaststroke, 50 butterfly, 100 backstroke, 50 freestyle, 50 breaststroke, 100 butterfly, 50 backstroke and 100 freestyle. Landis had wins in the 500 freestyle, 200 IM, 100 breaststroke, 50 butterfly, 50 breaststroke, and 100 butterfly. Mya Brown, Girls 8-and-under, added victories in the 25 freestyle, 25 backstroke, 50 freestyle, and 25 breaststroke, and Burrows, Girls 8-and-under, notched four runner-up finishes.

Other girls and their best place were Tredway second, Maysen Gomez third, Griggs seventh, Blackwell 10th and Molly Tredway 12th.

Boys and their best finishes at Center Grove were A.J. Gomez with two runner-ups, Stevenson third, Zadok Fullop eight, Tobias Fullop ninth, Ralston 14th and Buehner 20th.

Cougars top 6th Warriors

at South Knox tourney

North Knox's sixth grade boys fell to North Daviess, 40-28, in the South Knox Tournament on Wednesday.

Kyson Parker led the Warriors with eight points, five rebounds and three assists; Rylan Oxby scored seven points, Will Arnold six, Camden McCory four, Hunter Bunte two and Tyler Clark one.

5-6 Lady Patriots

take out Carlisle

CARLISLE — Rivet's sixth grade and Flaget's fifth grade collected girls basketball wins against Carlisle on Tuesday.

The sixth grade (8-6) prevailed, 28-14. Lorelai Davis scored 10 points, Ava Benson and Kali Klem six, Elle Stoelb four and Laura Daugherty two.

The fifth grade won, 17-6. Alli Stearns had six points, Jara Case three, and Danica Hooper, Leela Gilmore, Shaylee Mouzin and Piper Lewis two.

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