ORVC Crowns Track & Field Champions; Hands Out Weekly Awards

Congratulations to South Ripley's girls track team on winning the conference championship.

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(Versailles, Ind.) – The spring season is winding down in the Ohio River Valley Conference.

The ORVC report for May 10-15 was released on Tuesday.

Switzerland County’s Maddie Duvall was named the ORVC Softball Player of the Week. The Lady Pacers star totaled 11 RBI, 10 runs, 7 hits, 5 stolen bases, 3 home runs, and two doubles in four games.

The ORVC Baseball Player of the Week is Southwestern star Jackson Stockdale. He tallied 10 RBI, 9 hits, and 4 runs in four games.

Milan’s Josh Clark earned ORVC Boys Golfer of the Week, carding a 77 at The Legends Franklin Tournament.

The ORVC also crowned champions in boys and girls track & field.

South Ripley captured the ORVC Girls Track & Field title with a top score of 110 at the conference meet on May 11 at Switzerland County High School. Jac-Cen-Del was the runner-up with 101 points, followed by Switzerland County with 100 points.

Individual winners included Lanie Nicholson (800, 3200 relay) and Emily Flood (high hurdles). The team of Emily Campbell, Ava Ralston, Kylie Betz and Deborah Murphy placed first in the 3200 relay.

The ORVC Girls Mental Attitude Award went to Milan’s Sophia Thomas and Rising Sun’s Maddi Wilson.

Jim Cole (SR) is the ORVC Coach of the Year.

On the boys’ side, Southwestern took home the team championship. Milan placed second, followed by Jac-Cen-Del.

The Mental Attitude Award went to South Ripley’s Nick Zigan.

Other top performers for the week of May 10-15 are listed below.

 

BASEBALL

Jordan DeAtley (SW) 7 hits, 6 runs, 4 RBI, 2 SB in 4 gms / 7 IP, 5 hits, 2 ER, 8 K’s in win

Zach Cole (SW) 7 runs, 6 hits, 6 RBI, 3 SB, 2 2B in 4 gms / 7 IP, 3 ER, 7 K’s in win

Landon Cole (RS) 6-11, 7 RBI, 3 SB, 2 2B in 3 games / GC win with 5 K’s

Johnathan Jimenez (RS) 7 runs / 5.1 IP, 2 runs, 5 K’s, win in 3 games

Peyton Merica (RS) 8 IP, 4 ER, 8 K’s in 3 games

Caiden Yorn (M) 5-8, 5 runs, 4 RBI, 2 HR’s, 2B in 3 games

Grayden Taylor (M) 7 IP, 3 runs, 2 hits, ER, 5 K’s last week

Hunter Kinnett (SM) 5 hits, 3 runs, 3 RBI, 2B, SB in 4 games

Jacob Hertz (SM) 4 hits, 2 RBI, run, 2B, SB in 4 games

Bryce Turner (SC) 4 RBI, 4 SB, 3 hits, 2 runs in 3 games

Zack Stout (SC) 2 hits, run, RBI in 3 games

Dakota Wallace (SC) 4 SB, 3 hits, run, 2B in 3 games

Bryce Franklin (SR) 4 hits, 4 runs, 2 RBI, 2B in 3 gms / 5.2 IP, 5 hits, run, 12 K’s in win

Brady Linkel (SR) 3 hits, 3 RBI, 3 2B, 2 runs in 3 gms / 6 IP, 3 hits, run, 15 K’s in win

Cody Samples (SR) 4 hits, 4 RBI, 3 runs, 2B in 3 games

Damon Hughes (JCD) 4 hits, 2 runs, 2 SB in 3 games

Justin Swinney (JCD) 4 hits, 3 runs, 3 RBI, 2B in 3 games

Jacob Jines (JCD) 3 IP, 2 hits, run, ER, 5 K’s in win

 

SOFTBALL

Mady Tompkins (SR) 8 hits, 7 runs, 7 RBI, 2 HR, 2B in 4 gm / 12 IP, 0 ER, 29 K’s, 2 W’s

Hailey Brown (SR) 9 hits, 9 runs, 5 RBI, 2 SB, 3 HR, 2B in 4 games

Ellie Waldron (SR) 6 hits, 4 runs, 2 RBI, 2 2B in 4 gm / 13 IP, 4 hits, 2 ER, 21 K’s, 2 W’s

Aundrea Cullen (JCD) 4 hits, 4 runs, SB in 3 games / 15 IP, 19 K’s, 6 ER going 1-2

Nadya Hildenbrand (JCD) 4 hits, 3 runs, 2 RBI, 2B in 3 games

Erin Widener (M) 5 hits, 2 RBI, run, SB in 5 games

Olivia Davis (M) 4 hits, 2 RBI, 2 runs, 2B in 5 games

Karly Sargent (M) 5 hits, 2B, run, RBI in 5 games

Morgan Mahoney (SW) 8 hits, 8 RBI’s, 5 runs, HR in 5 games

Trinity McLain (SW) 6 hits, 5 runs, 4 RBI’s, 2B, SB in 5 games

Abby Fulton (SW) 7 hits, 6 runs, 4 RBI, 3B, SB in 5 games

Lily Sparks (SC) 7 RBI, 6 hits, 4 runs, 3 2B, SB in 4 gms / 23 IP, 3 runs, 41 K’s, 3 W’s

Jessie Duvall (SC) 10 RBI, 9 runs, 7 hits, 3 SB, 2 2B, HR in 4 games

Jaylin Lee (SM) 2 hits, SB in 4 games

Gia Craig (SM) 2 hits in 4 games

Johanna Leatherman (SM) 2 hits in 4 games

Alyssa Simpson (RS) 9 RBI, 7 hits, 4 runs, 2 2B in 4 gms / 10 IP, 0 ER, 17 K’s going 2-0

Cora Poling (RS) 6 RBI, 6 hits, 5 runs, 3 2B in 4 gms / 12 IP, 1 ER, 13 K’s going 2-0

Lindsay Montgomery (RS) 8 runs, 4 hits, 3 RBI, 2 SB, 2B in 4 games

 

BOYS GOLF

Bryce Wrightsman (SC) 46 @ Belterra / 43 @ North Branch / 42 @ Shadowood

Austin Wolf (SC) 45 @ Belterra / 46 @ North Branch / 45 @ Shadowood

 

TRACK & FIELD

Conference Meet 

Boys Winner/Event/Girls Winner

Luke Comer (JCD) 138’4” Discus Madalyn Wilson (RS) 86’2”

Ryan Miller (SR) 45’4” Shot Put Shaylee Volz (JCD) 30’5½”

Kendall Montgomery (RS) 20’4½” Long Jump Cloey Simon (JCD) 14’7”

Owen Bates (SW) 5’11” High Jump Emmalina Leatherman (SM) 4’10”

Owen Bates (SW) :16.46 High Hurdles Emily Flood (SR) :16.58

Dylan Martin (RS) :43.30 Low Hurdles Cloey Simon (JCD) :48.34

Peyton Cavins (M) :11.71 100 Raylinn Kappes (SC) :13.26

Peyton Cavins (M) :23.37 200 Raylinn Kappes (SC) :27.43

Peyton Cavins (M) :51.58 400 Halle Shorten (RS) 1:03.81

Ben Riehle (M) 2:05.97 800 Lanie Nicholson (SR) 2:35.18

Ben Riehle (M) 4:48.72 1600 Gracie White (SC) 5:38.28

Josh Pohle (JCD) 10:53.44 3200 Lanie Nicholson (SR) 13:04.15

Switzerland County :46.62 400 relay Switzerland County :53.98

  • Boys: Myles Covington, Matt Davis, Tyler Hoskins, John Goldsberry
  • Girls: Terra Oeffinger, Megan Wetzel, Brooklyn Flanders, Raylinn Kappes

Milan 3:39.15 1600 relay Switzerland County 4:31.41

  • Boys: Ben Riehle, Ayden Potts, Ethan Schwipps, Peyton Cavins
  • Girls: Brooklyn Flanders, Raylinn Kappes, Gracie White, Megan Wetzel

Milan 8:55.62 3200 relay South Ripley 11:39.91

  • Boys: Ayden Potts, Ethan Schwipps, Evan Miller, Ben Riehle
  • Girls: Emily Campbell, Ava Ralston, Kylie Betz, Deborah Murphy

 

 

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