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2015 Individual Season Statistics (Boys)




Player Rds. (9-hole) Average Low Score Course
Luke Davidson 9 40.0 36 Champions Pointe GC
Mason Edwards 9 45.0 40 Champions Pointe GC
Charlie Lefebvre 9 45.0 42 Champions Pointe GC
Connor Furnish 9 47.0 40 Sunrise GC
Bailey Reister 9 50.4 42 Wooded View GC
Kristopher Glass 5 52.8 44 Wooded View GC
Brant Badger 7 52.9 49 Shadowood GC
Cole Grimm 1 55.0 55 Shadowood GC
Wyatt Kopp 4 55.8 52 Wooded View GC
Will Buysman 4 59.8 58 Wooded View GC
Exhibition: Cole Grimm (2 / 49.5); Wyatt Kopp (3 / 55.0); Will Buysman (3 / 63.0) 

2015 Season (Boys)

Henryville wins at Shadowood
4/20/2015 by Hanson Crafton (News & Tribune)

SEYMOUR — Henryville managed to squeak by Trinity Lutheran 181, 184 Monday at Shadowood.

The Hornets were led by medalist Luke Davidson. Davidson shot a 41 in the nine holes and finished with a two-stroke victory.

Henryville was provided with strong outings from its top three golfers. Davidson finished in first, and teammate Mason Edwards was right behind him with a 43. Charlie Lefebvre also finished in the top five with his 47.

Henryville 181: Davidson 41, Edwards 43, Lefebvre 47, Furnish 50, Glass 51, Reister 55
Trinity Lutheran 184: Criswell 43, Cd. Stuckwisch 44, Stahl 48, Pottschidtt 49, Keith 50, Criswell 51

Trinity Lutheran JV 208: Cy. Stuckwisch 44, D. Royalty 46, A. Royalty 59, Prentice 59, Fleener 66
Henryville JV 224: Badger 49, Grimm 55, Kopp 60, Buysman 60

 

Jeff takes Wooded View title
4/18/2015 by Hanson Crafton (News & Tribune)

CLARKSVILLE — Jeffersonvile’s picked up its biggest win of the year with its first-place finish in the Clarksville Wooded View Invitational on Saturday.

Jeffersonville just squeaked past the field and held off second-place Scottsburg by three strokes, 321-324.

The medalist was Scottsburg’s Luke Taylor, who shot a 75 on the day.

Jeffersonville was led by Jay Williams, who was just one shot behind Taylor’s medalist performance. Andrew Baldwin shot a 77 and Allen Crew shot a 79 for the Red Devils. Evan Craig and Nic Rasdon both finished with a 89.

New Albany finished with a score of 331 that landed the Bulldogs in third place. Cameron Walters led New Albany with a 77 and Ethan Hunter shot a 79.

Henryville took home fourth with a final total of 343. Luke Davidson was the low man for the Hornets with his 77. Charlie Lefebvre shot a 85 and Conner Furnish finished with a 87 for Henryville.

“This was similar to last Saturday,” Henryville coach Robin Embry said. “We played well on the front and a bit indifferent on the back. Hopefully, next weekend we can play well on both sides. Luke competed for medalist honors. However, three consecutive bogeys in the middle of his round had him playing catch up. He and the others are playing well. We want to continue to work and improve.”

Silver Creek put together a 344 and finished in fifth place on the day. Sam Garr shot a 79 for the Dragons.

Borden finished in seventh place and tallied a final score of 365. Borden was led by Kamden Hurst’s 84.

Rock Creek followed Borden, finishing with a score of 432. Max Vogen shot a 88 for the Lions.

Charlestown finished in 10th place with a total of 474. The Pirates’ top finishers were Miles Matthews, Kyle Jackson and Brady Christman. Matthews shot a 100.

New Washington and Christian Academy both shot a 477. New Washington was led by Matthew Wilson, who shot a 105, while Sam Limeberry finished with a 104 to lead the Warriors.

Teams: Jeffersonville 321, Scottsburg 324, New Albany 331, Henryville 343 (Davidson 77, Lefebvre 85, Furnish 87, Edwards 94, Reister 95), Silver Creek 344, North Harrison 354, Borden 365, Henryville #2 425 (Glass 96, Badger 101, Kopp 108, Buysman 119), Rock Creek 432, Salem 449, Charlestown 474, New Washington 477, Christian Academy 477

 

Henryville wins at Champions Pointe
4/15/2015 by Hanson Crafton (News & Tribune)

Henryville coach Robin Embry: “We’re improving and we want to continue to improve. It’s been fairly tough conditions for our first few matches and we’ve still managed to post respectable scores.”

Henryville 177: Davidson 40, Edwards 43, Lefebvre 46, Furnish 48, Reister 50, Badger 55, Glass 55, Grimm 47, Kopp 55, Buysman 62
Borden 192: K. Hurst 41, Kruer 48, Gray 50 Frascella 53, Franklin 55, Nunn 57, C. Hurst 60
Charlestown 220: Matthews 48, Jackson 54, Watson 58, Christman 60

 Hornets win four-way
4/13/2015 by Greg Mengelt (News & Tribune)

Luke Davidson shot a meet-best 2-over-par 38 to lead Henryville to an easy four-way victory at Champions Pointe Golf Club in Henryville on Monday.

Davidson earned birdies on three of his first four holes to lead the Hornets to a score of 176, which was 12 strokes better than runner-up South Central. Eastern was third with a 235 and Shawe was fourth with a 246.

Charlie Lefebvre carded a 42, Mason Edwards a 45, Bailey Reister shot a 51 and Conner Furnish a 52 for the Hornets.

Henryville 176: Davidson 38, Lefebvre 42, Edwards 45, Reister 51, Furnish 52, Badger 54, Kopp 53, Buysman 62
South Central 188: Brown 44, Henthrup 46, Day 48, Stopinski 50, Gabhart 50
Eastern 235: Emmert 52, Young 54, Shaffer 64, Hoke 65
Shawe 246: Edwards 49, Carrillo 62, Hambrick 66, Carrillo 69

 

Henryville Wins Season Opener
4/10/2015 by Kevin Harris (News & Tribune)

HENRYVILLE — Luke Davidson earned medalist honors with a 43 to lead host Henryville to a 183-244 season-opening victory over New Washington in a dual meet at Champions Pointe Golf Club on Friday.

The Hornets’ Mason Edwards shot a 44, while teammate Conner Furnish fired a 46.

“It was good to get the season started,” Henryville head coach Robin Embry said. “Our players didn’t score as well as they’d like. However, it was tough conditions. It was a bit cool and the course was very wet.”

Collin Schindler and Matt Wilson led the Mustangs, each firing a 56.

Henryville 183: Davidson 43, Edwards 44, Lefebvre 50, Reister 50, Furnish 46, Badger 55, Grimm 52, Kopp 57, Buysman 65
New Washington 244: Schindler 56, Wilson 56, Barger 66, Curry 66, Miles 71, Meadors 68.

 

Boys' Golf Season Preview
4/3/2015 by Kevin Harris (News & Tribune)

FLOYDS KNOBS — Last year’s IHSAA State Finals had one major omission from the tournament field.

For the first time since 2008, perennial state power Floyd Central did not qualify for the state meet. The Highlanders placed fifth in last season’s Providence Regional at Champions Pointe Golf Club in Henryville, as the top three teams advanced to the state finals.

Prior to last season, Floyd Central had reached state in nine of the last 10 seasons.

Veteran Highlander head coach Mike Cason says his golfers have tons of determination to return to the state finals, which will be June 16-17 at Prairie View Golf Club in Carmel.

“We had a team meeting the other day, and we set our one goal to be getting back to state,” Cason said. “Our regional is one of the strongest in the state, so we’ll have to play well. But our team is capable of playing well.”

Floyd Central’s top six players include four returning players and a couple of talented freshmen.

The returning quartet is seniors Clayton Crum and Billy Sleight, junior David Shepard and sophomore Adam Rutledge. Those players must pick up the slack left by last year’s two seniors in NTSPY Player of the Year Conner Welch and Jack Sparrow.

The two freshmen are Jack Lilly and Dylan Zink, and Cason thinks both rookies will be key factors in the Highlanders’ quest to qualify for state.

“They are the key to our season really,” Cason said. “They’re both smart players. They just need some seasoning and experience.”

Like most coaches, Cason is stressing to his players the importance of their short game if the Highlanders are going to make a deep run in the postseason.

“All of the kids are good ball strikers. They’ve got to work on their chipping and putting. But all of our kids are skilled,” Cason said.

The Highlanders’ challenging schedule should get them ready for the state tournament. Floyd Central will compete in three challenging invitationals in the first half of the season. They are the Fuzzy Zoeller Invitational on Saturday at Covered Bridge Golf Club in Sellersburg, the Hall of Fame tournament Saturday, April 11 at Rock Hollow Golf Club in Peru and the Spring Preview tournament Saturday, April 18 at the Legends Golf Club in Franklin.

Cason expects the Bedford North Lawrence Invitational on Saturday, May 2 at Otis Park Golf Course in Bedford and the Legends of Providence Invitational on Saturday, May 30 at Champions Pointe to be tough tournaments as well.

Cason says the Highlanders must contend with Columbus East and Bedford at the Hoosier Hills Conference Tournament on Saturday, May 16 at Otter Creek Golf Course in Columbus.

That formidable slate should get the Highlanders ready for the Providence Sectional on Monday, June 8 at Covered Bridge. They will expect the host Pioneers and No. 14 Corydon Central to battle them for the sectional title.

“I think we’ll be pretty darn good by the end of the year. I’m real excited about our team this year,” Cason said.

Boys' Golf Preview Capsules:

Borden

• HEAD COACH: Tony Wagoner, ninth season.

• RETURNING PLAYERS: Elijah Franklin, Sr.; Kamden Hurst, Jr.; Reilly Gray, Jr.; Niko Frascella, Jr.; Carter Hurst, So.; Josh Nunn, So.

• NEWCOMERS: Logan Lee, Jr.; Brett Kruer, Fr.; Elijah Nunn, Fr.

• DEPARTURES: Tony Wagoner III.

• TOUGH OPPONENTS/TOURNAMENTS: Henryville, South Central, Wooded View Invitational.

• OUTLOOK: Wagoner thinks his top three players in Franklin, Gray and Kamden Hurst are solid golfers. The Braves need a couple of other players to play well at the No. 4 and 5 spots. Kamden Hurst qualified for the Providence Regional last year, and Wagoner thinks the junior and Gray each have a shot to advance to regional this season. Wagoner thinks Borden is in the Southern Athletic Conference championship mix with the Hornets and the Rebels.

• WAGONER SAYS: “Our top three players are solidified. Reilly and Kamden both have the potential to get out of [sectional] this year. The conference is going to be a tossup between two or three of us.

CHARLESTOWN

• HEAD COACH: Adam Tolliver, fourth season.

• HOME COURSE: Hidden Creek Golf Club, Sellersburg.

• RETURNING PLAYERS: Brady Christman, Sr.; John Watson, Jr.; Brevin Stubbins, Jr.

• NEWCOMERS: Kyle Jackson, Sr.; Miles Matthews, So.

• DEPARTURES: Chris Ison.

• TOUGH OPPONENTS/TOURNAMENTS: Silver Creek, Brownstown Central, Corydon Central, Jeffersonville, Wooded View Invitational.

• OUTLOOK: Tolliver expects big things from Christman and Watson and looks for Stubbins to contribute a lot. He also likes what he sees from his two newcomers.

• TOLLIVER SAYS: “I’m looking forward to [the season]. Brady continues to grow in a leadership role. Watson improved a lot from his junior to senior year. Kyle Jackson and Miles Matthews have got potential.”

CHRISTIAN ACADEMY

• HEAD COACH: Scott Limeberry, first season.

• HOME COURSE: Hidden Creek Golf Club, Sellersburg.

• ROSTER: Sam Limeberry, Fr.; Nate Bilkey, Jr.; Kevin Wang, Fr.; Zach Hampton, Fr.; Logan Cooley, Jr.; Dillon Kahl, Fr.; Josh Roy, So.

• OUTLOOK: For the first time in several seasons, the Warriors are fielding a complete team. Coach Limeberry’s plan is to get his players to learn the game and improve on their skills each day. Part of Christian Academy’s schedule consists of varsity matches, while the rest of the slate is junior varsity meets. The JV meets include matchups with Providence, Corydon Central and Silver Creek. The Warriors will play North Harrison, Crawford County, Clarksville and Lanesville on the varsity section of their schedule.

• COACH LIMEBERRY SAYS: “This is really a rebuilding year for us. I saw the need [for a team at CAI] and volunteered to coach and try to revitalize the program. We have a lot of younger kids and many new to the game altogether. So my expectation for this year is for my boys to learn and fall in love with the game of golf. I want this to be a year of growth to be built on by future seasons. Getting a program started has its challenges, but I have a great group of young men and am looking forward to a fun and productive season.”

CLARKSVILLE

• HEAD COACH: Scott Schermerhorn, second season.

• HOME COURSE: Wooded View Golf Course, Clarksville.

• RETURNING PLAYERS: Charlie Lauffer, Sr.; Cody Bruner, So.; Luis Disoso, Sr.

• NEWCOMERS: Gavin Hagan, So.

• DEPARTURES: Brent Potter, Keigan Fetz.

• TOUGH TOURNAMENTS: Fuzzy Zoeller Invitational.

• OUTLOOK: Schermerhorn thinks the Generals have a shot to finish in the middle of the pack at the Mid-Southern Conference tournament. He expects his players to learn a lot about the game and enjoy playing it.

• SCHERMERHORN SAYS: “Basically, I want the boys to be students of the game. I want them to enjoy the game and have fun.”

FLOYD CENTRAL

• HEAD COACH: Mike Cason, 15th season.

• HOME COURSE: Valley View Golf Club, Floyds Knobs.

• RETURNING PLAYERS: Clayton Crum, Sr.; Billy Sleight, Sr.; Adam Rutledge, So.; David Shepard, Jr.

• NEWCOMERS: Jack Lilly, Fr.; Dylan Zink, Fr.

• DEPARTURES: Conner Welch, Jack Sparrow.

• TOUGH OPPONENTS/TOURNAMENTS: Columbus East, Bedford North Lawrence, Fuzzy Zoeller Invitational, Hall of Fame tournament, Spring Preview tournament, Bedford North Lawrence Invitational, Legends of Providence Invitational.

• OUTLOOK: After missing the state finals for the first time since 2008 last season, the Highlanders are motivated to get back to state. Floyd’s top two freshmen — Lilly and Zink — are expected to play key roles in the Highlanders’ attempt to return to the state finals. Floyd Central’s difficult schedule should get it ready for competitive fields at the Providence Sectional and Providence Regional.

• CASON SAYS: “We had a team meeting the other day, and we set our one goal to be getting back to state. Our regional is one of the strongest in the state, so we’ll have to play well. But our team is capable of playing well.”

HENRYVILLE

• HEAD COACH: Robin Embry, 16th season.

• HOME COURSE: Champions Pointe Golf Club, Henryville.

• RETURNING PLAYERS: Charlie Lefevbre, Sr.; Bailey Reister, Sr.; Luke Davidson, Jr.; Mason Edwards, Jr.

• NEWCOMERS: Cole Grimm, Jr.; Will Buysman, So.; Brant Badger, Fr.; Kristopher Glass, Fr.; Conner Furnish, Fr.; Wyatt Kopp, Fr.

• DEPARTURES: none.

• TOUGH OPPONENTS/TOURNAMENTS: Providence, Silver Creek, Borden, Lanesville, Crothersville, Salem, Trinity Lutheran, Wooded View Invitational, Madison Shawe Invitational, Hauser Invitational, West Clark Shootout, SAC Championship.

• OUTLOOK: Embry thought his four returning players each improved last season, and he expects their games to continue to grow this year. Embry hopes that constant improvement will help his team advance out of the Madison Sectional on Monday, June 8. The Hornets will be led by Davidson, who qualified for the Providence Regional last season.

• EMBRY SAYS: “I expect our returning players to have good seasons. They improved considerably last season and they’ll continue to improve this season. Our new players have the potential for some good scores and will provide us with some depth. We’re excited to get started and improve throughout the season. Madison and Jennings County will probably be the top couple of teams [at sectional]. In addition, Scottsburg, Southwestern and Rising Sun will be good. However, by the end of the season, we may be able to compete for one of the top three spots and advance to the regional.”

JEFFERSONVILLE

• HEAD COACH: Dusty Corum, fifth season.

• HOME COURSE: Elk Run Golf Club, Jeffersonville (formerly Jeff Elks).

• RETURNING PLAYERS: Evan Craig, Sr.; Nick Rasdon, Sr.; Andrew Baldwin, Sr.; Jake Melin, Jr.; Zach Brinkley, Jr.; Jordan Blackwell, Jr.; Allen Crews, So.; Blake Berry, So.

• NEWCOMERS: Jay Williams, Fr.; Brendan Benning, So.

• DEPARTURES: Dillon Willis.

• TOUGH OPPONENTS/TOURNAMENTS: Floyd Central, Providence, New Albany, Madison, Fuzzy Zoeller Invitational, Hoosier Hills Conference Tournament.

• OUTLOOK: Corum likes the veterans he has on this year’s team and has high hopes for Williams, who is expected to be the Red Devils’ No. 1 golfer. Corum says Williams is capable of shooting between 36 and 38 in nine-hole matches. The Jeff coach thinks his team can win more than half of its matches this season.

• CORUM SAYS: “We finally have the experience. We’ve got six guys who can be solid. They can shoot in the upper 30s to low 40s [in nine-hole matches].”

NEW ALBANY

• HEAD COACH: Rick Belcher, 11th season.

• HOME COURSES: Covered Bridge Golf Club, Sellersburg; Champions Pointe Golf Club, Henryville; Elk Run Golf Club, Jeff (The Bulldogs are using those courses while their original home course — Valley View Golf Club — is under construction.)

• RETURNING PLAYERS: Addison Greenwell, Jr.; Cameron Walters, Jr.; Kunal Bhanushali, Sr.; Ethan Hunter, Jr.; Adam Rivera, So.; Digby Langness, Jr.

• NEWCOMERS: Matt Joyce, Fr.; Kameron Guess, Fr.; Joey Steinert, Fr.

• DEPARTURES: Jonny Smith, Bret Walts.

• TOUGH OPPONENTS/TOURNAMENTS: Bloomington South, Corydon Central, Floyd Central, Providence, Fuzzy Zoeller Invitational, Bud Bennett Memorial Invitational, Floyd Central Invitational, HHC Tournament, Legends of Providence Invitational.

• OUTLOOK: The Bulldogs have four upperclassmen with lots of experience in Greenwell, Walters, Bhanushali and Hunter. Bhanushali advanced out of the Providence Sectional last season and Greenwell was in position to qualify for regional, but got disqualified at sectional. With its experience, New Albany has a solid chance to advance to regional as a team.

• BELCHER SAYS: “I expect to continue to improve and compete at sectionals. Addison and Kunal both shot in the 70s at sectionals last year. If we can get them there again or lower, with Cameron and Ethan possibly getting there as well, then we should be good. Our practice scores haven’t been great so far, but so many of them are still knocking the rust off and remembering how to score. I just have to figure out which of my underclassmen will step up to fill that No. 5 spot.”

NEW WASHINGTON

• HEAD COACH: Bret James, third season.

• HOME COURSE: Spring Hill Golf Course, Hanover.

• RETURNING PLAYERS: Matt Wilson, Sr.; Collin Schindler, Sr.; John Barger, Jr.; Mike Curry, Jr.; Andrew Wilson, Jr.

• NEWCOMERS: Logan Miles, Sr.; Will Meadors, So.

• DEPARTURES: none.

• TOUGH OPPONENTS/TOURNAMENTS: Henryville, SAC Championship.

• OUTLOOK: James expects Matt Wilson and Schindler to step up their leadership roles. The Mustangs’ boss likes the work ethic his underclassmen are displaying and hopes that will show up in their scores.

• JAMES SAID: “This will be our best year so far since I took over as coach. We have several returning players that are getting better with each round. Matt Wilson and Collin Schindler should be our leaders this year. But some of the underclassmen are really taking it serious and working hard to get better. I’m looking forward to getting Matt Wilson off to a great start, and Collin Schindler will follow his lead. Our goal is to break the 200 mark [on nine holes] this year.”

PROVIDENCE

• HEAD COACH: Ken Allender, sixth season.

• HOME COURSE: Covered Bridge Golf Club, Sellersburg.

• RETURNING PLAYERS: Mitchell Allender, Sr.; Kevin Crone, Jr.; Max Leist, Jr.; Evan Wilson, Sr.

• NEWCOMERS: Ben Arnson, So.; Jarrett Rowe, Fr.

• DEPARTURES: Erich Day.

• TOUGH OPPONENTS/TOURNAMENTS: Center Grove, Corydon Central, Floyd Central, New Albany, Sollman Invitational.

• OUTLOOK: Like Floyd Central, the Pioneers are trying to return to the state finals. They have fallen short of qualifying for state the past two seasons after making five consecutive trips from 2008-2012. Ken Allender thinks he has the experience to advance to state. It is just a matter of how well his team can play in the ultra-competitive Providence Regional on Thursday, June 11 at Champions Pointe.

• COACH ALLENDER SAYS: “I expect to have a real good season. We’ve got great senior leadership. I think we can be a very dangerous team come sectional time. We’re in a very strong regional. We should be right there. If we play well that day, we should be in the running.”

ROCK CREEK

• HEAD COACH: Kaleb Lay, second season.

• HOME COURSES: Wooded View Golf Course, Clarksville; Elk Run Golf Club, Jeff.

• RETURNING PLAYERS: Max Vogen, So.; Torin Jenkins, Sr.; Ben Hill, Sr.; Luke Thompson, Sr.

• NEWCOMERS: Blake Joseph, Sr.; Will Brown, Sr.

• TOUGH OPPONENTS: North Harrison, Scottsburg.

• OUTLOOK: Lay expects Vogen to have better performances than last season. The Lions’ mentor is looking for consistency from Jenkins, Hill and Thompson.

• LAY SAYS: “I expect Max to improve upon last season in the scoring column. He has a great natural swing, and now with a year under his belt, I expect his match performances to improve. I also expect Torin, Ben and Luke to be more consistent and really work on their ball striking. Blake and Will display the dedication it takes to improve over the course of the season and make an impact come sectional time. Hopefully, we can grow as a team and be competitive in all our matches.”

SILVER CREEK

• HEAD COACH: Joe Ledbetter, 23rd season.

• HOME COURSE: Hidden Creek Golf Club, Sellersburg.

• RETURNING PLAYERS: Sam Garr, Sr.; Jacob Harper, So.; Cody Zimmerman, Jr.; Ryan Baker, Jr.

• NEWCOMERS: Jacob Balz, So.; Chris Cunningham, So.

• DEPARTURES: None.

• TOUGH OPPONENTS/TOURNAMENTS: Corydon Central, Floyd Central, New Albany, Providence, Fuzzy Zoeller Invitational, Mid-Southern Conference tournament.

• OUTLOOK: Ledbetter expects a big year from Garr. The senior, who Ledbetter says is the second-longest hitting golfer he has coached in his 23 seasons at Creek, has the potential to earn a berth at the state finals. The Dragons’ team goals are the same — compete for the MSC title and try to make it out of sectional. Ledbetter says he has 15 players in his program this season after 22 tried out for the squad.

• LEDBETTER SAYS: “I kind of sound like a broken record, but we’re going to try to win conference or compete well at conference and try to make it out of sectional. I’m looking for big things out of Sam this year. He’s worked on his course management. It wouldn’t shock me [if Garr makes state].”

 

2014 Individual Season Statistics (Girls)




Player Rds. (9-hole) Average Low Score Course
Kennedy Easton 7 58.1 51 Sunrise GC
Darian Nipper 7 62.4 52 Wooded View GC
Hannah Guernsey 7 62.5 56 Wooded View GC
Paige Pittman 7 64.2 60 Wooded View GC


2014 Season (Girls)

Henryville 6th at Madison Sectional
9/20/2014 by Greg Mengelt (News & Tribune)

MADISON — Henryville’s girls’ golf team finished sixth with a team score of 490 Saturday’s Madison Sectional at Sunrise Golf Course.

Madison had the top-three golfers and won the sectional by 85 points. The Cubs’ Amanda Detmer repeated as the sectional champion with a 72. Emma Beasley and Abbi Wynn took the second and third spots, respectively.

Jennigs County finished second and Scottsburg third to advances to next Saturday’s Evansville Regional. South Dearborn’s Anna Hensley, Madison Shawe’s Carson Hambrick and Austin’s Devan Gabbard all advanced as individuals.

Kennedy Easton led Henryville with a 116, followed by Darian Nipper’s 121, Hannah Guernsey’s 123 and a 130 from Paige Pittman.

“I’m very happy with the girls’ progress over the past two months,” Henryville coach Robin Embry said. “Hopefully, they’ll continue to practice and play between now and next season. If so, we’ll be much more competitive next season.”

Team scores: Madison 326, Jennings County 411, Scottsburg 428, Southwestern 454, South Dearborn 475, Henryville 490, Switzerland County 508, Lawrenceburg 525.

Henryville drops season finale
9/17/2014 by Hanson Crafton (News & Tribune)

Henryville coach Robin Embry: “We were hoping to score lower today and each player felt they could have scored lower. However, some days are better than others. It’s been rewarding to watch the players improve. Hopefully, we’ll score better on Saturday [at sectional].” 

At Spring Hills, par 35
  Southwestern (220): Harsin 51, Scholey 53, Osbourne 58, Morris 58
  Scottsburg (223): Parker 50, Blevins 52, Hall 56, Sanders 64, Stacer 71
  Henryville (254): Easton 53, Guernsey 61, Pittman 65, Nipper 75
  Austin (NTS): Gabbard 53
 
  

Lady Hornets win rain shortened tri-match
9/15/2014 by Kevin Harris (News & Tribune)

Notes: Because of weather, the match was shortened to five holes.

Henryville head coach Robin Embry said: “It was difficult conditions. However, the girls didn’t complain. They showed some mental toughness that will serve them well in the future. Hopefully, we can finish the regular season with a good match on Wednesday and get ready for the Madison Sectional on Saturday.”
 
At Champions Pointe, par 36
  Henryville (132): Nipper 30, Guernsey 31, Easton 35, Pittman 36
  Eastern (138): Adamson 30, Sponcel 32, Cottongim 38, Brierly 38
  South Central (138): Boley 30, Riley 35, Avis 36, Woertz 37

  

Henryville wins at Sunrise
9/12/2014 by Hanson Crafton (News & Tribune)

Henryville coach Robin Embry:  “It was good for the players to see the sectional course. We'll work hard this week and see what we can shoot next Saturday [at the Madison Sectional].”
 
At Sunrise, par 36
  Henryville (246): Easton 51, Guernsey 63, Nipper 65, Pittman 67
  Shawe (NTS): Hambrick 47, Hensler 56, Pawtek 56

  

Henryville fires season low at Wooded View
9/10/2014 by Greg Mengelt (News & Tribune)

Henryville coach Robin Embry: “The girls continue to improve and learn. They’re starting to gain confidence. We’ve come a long way from where we started.
 
*Note:  All four Henryville golfers carded a person-best score.
 
At Wooded View, par 36
  Henryville (225): Nipper 52, Guernsey 56, Easton 57, Pittman 60
  Clarksville (NTS): Dekorte 53, Page 61

  Borden (NTS): Smith 49 

Henryville wins at Champions Pointe
9/5/2014 by Greg Mengelt (News & Tribune)

Henryville coach Robin Embry: “We are just trying to improve week-to-week and match-to-match. The girls are getting better.”
 
At Champions Pointe, par 36
  Henryville (265): Nipper 62, Pittman 66, Easton 68, Guernsey 69

  Borden (NTS): Smith 54 

Silver Creek wins tri-match
8/28/2014 by Greg Mengelt (News & Tribune)

Silver Creek coach Joe Ledbetter: “We continue to try to get our scores down but the short game keeps holding us back. All we can do is keep working. As long as we keep our eye on the ball and not lose heart I believe this group can accomplish terrific things.”
 
At Hidden Creek (Links), par 35
  Silver Creek (160): Seaton 36, Schmidt 40, Smith 42, Roberts 42
  Eastern (229(: Sponcel 54, Gilstrap 55, Drury 59, Cottongim 61
  Henryville (252): Easton 62, Nipper 62, Pittman 62, Guernsey 66 
 

News and Tribune Girls Golf Preview
8/17/2014 by Kevin Harris (News & Tribune)

HENRYVILLE

• COACH: Robin Embry.

• RETURNING LETTERWINNERS: None.

• VARSITY NEWCOMERS: Kennedy Easton, Fr.; Hannah Guernsey, Fr.; Darian Nipper, Fr.; Paige Pittman, Fr.

• OUTLOOK: For the first time since 2011, the Hornets have a girls’ golf team. Embry is basically starting from scratch as he has four freshmen who have limited to no golf experience. But the veteran Henryville coach sees some potential with his inexperienced group. 

• EMBRY SAYS: “None of the girls have played, so we’ll be spending the first half of our season working on the basics. We’re in the process of putting together a limited schedule, playing six to 10 matches the second half of the season. The girls have a lot of potential, seem eager to learn and have been putting in practice time. I’m looking forward to the season and watching the girls progress.”

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