Knox County Sports Roundup for Tuesday, 5/10


South Knox scored early and often in a 21-2, five-inning victory over Vincennes Rivet at South Knox.  The key hit in the game was a grand-slam home run by Damon Wallace–  his first round-tripper of the season.  Overall, the Spartans had 16 hits in the game, and held Rivet to two hits in the contest.  Also for the Spartans, Jacob Siewers had a triple while Logan Fisher and Kaden McKinney had doubles.  Kenadee Frey also had a double for Rivet; the other Patriot hit was a single by Mitchell Earley.



The South Knox Lady Spartans were defeated 13-9 by possible sectional opponent Southridge.  A six-run fourth put the Lady Raiders up 9-4; the Lady Spartans scored four in the sixth to get within 10-8, but could get no closer.  Ally Sims had three hits, including a 3-run homer in the sixth inning to get South Knox within two.  Jalyn Grumieux and Matilynn Ashley added two hits each in the game as well.


The South Knox girls’ tennis team defeated Evansville Day School 4-1.  Winners for the Lady Spartans were Grace Arnold, and Graceanna Cramer, and the doubles teams of Kaitlyn Williams and Caroline Beard, and Grace Carie and Abby Cunningham.  Seniors Madi Ziegler and Kaitlyn Williams were honored as part of Senior Day activities at South Knox.  The Lady Spartan tennis team is now 16-3 on the year.

The Rivet Girls tennis team lost to West Vigo 4-1.  Rivets only win came at number one doubles where

Helena Miller and Lexi Frey posted a three set victory.


In track, the South Knox girls were first in the Blue Chip Conference field events.  South Knox scored 51 and a half, followed by Barr-Reeve in second.  North Knox was third, with 31 and a half, followed by Northeast Dubois, Wood Memorial, Washington Catholic and Rivet.  Meredith Adams won the Discus, while Shelby Burke took the long jump.  The conference track events are set for today.

The South Knox boys also took the Blue Chip Conference field events with 60 points last night.  Northeast Dubois was second, with North Knox third with 48.  Wood Memorial was fourth, followed by Barr-Reeve, Washington Catholic, and  Rivet.

One South Knox athlete was victorious, as Evan Thompson won in the long jump.


Vincennes Lincoln was eighth in the SIAC meet yesterday.  L-H-S scored 36 points for their final total.  Jasper won the meet, with 141 points.

Maya Miller was the lone L-H-S winner, with a victory in the 100 meter hurdles.

(VU baseball)


Vincennes University lost a doubleheader at Parkland College yesterday, losing game 1 15-4, and game 2 10-2.  Parkland took three of four from V-U, after the two teams split two at Blemker Field on Sunday.