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Hot Dogs place 5th at SAC Tourney

TERRY: Frankfort senior Paige Terry chips onto a green during Tuesday’s final nine holes of the Sagamore Athletic Conference Tournament at Crawfordsville Country Club.

The Frankfort girls’ golf team finished in fifth place in the Sagamore Athletic Conference Tournament on Tuesday at Crawfordsville Country Club.

Sophomore Sydney Cesare finished the 18 holes in 93 strokes to lead the Hot Dogs. Senior Katy Benefiel shot a 94 while Paige Terry carded a 109, Emilee Shipley came in at 111 to give Frankfort a four-golfer score of 407 strokes, and Raelyn Mitchell finished at 134.

“We felt really good with our preparation going into Monday regardless of the conditions after getting rained out Saturday,” Frankfort head coach David Terry said. “We dug ourselves a hole on the front nine, and there was no way to make up the deficit. We settled in on the back nine and played more like the team we are. We have some really good players on this team, and this finish won’t show it. I hate it for our seniors but every player on this team improved significantly on the back nine. There was no quitting, and they had a look of determination on their face that makes a coach proud. We went to win, but handled our defeat with grace.”

Cesare earned All-SAC First Team honors while Benefield made the All-SAC Second Team.

“Sydney deserves this recognition,” Terry said. “She has been a pillar of consistency all season and works at her game every day. I don’t think she has taken a day off since we started. She had her raincoat and her ‘rain golf gloves’ on practicing in the rain last Friday as I was leaving the course. She has talent and is going to do good things in her career.”

Originally scheduled as an 18-hole event to be played Saturday, sustained rains forced the event to be rescheduled for nine holes on Monday followed by the final nine on Tuesday.

Western Boone shot a 377 to win its first conference championship in the history of its girls’ golf program. The Stars were followed by South Montgomery (380), Tri-West (384) and Lebanon (385).

Medalist honors were earned by Western Boone’s Rachael Conyer (85).

Now, the Hot Dogs prepare for the Lafayette Jefferson Sectional which will tee off at 11 a.m. Saturday at Coyote Crossing Golf Course.

 

Boys’ Soccer

Angeles hat-trick leads Hot Dogs

The Frankfort Hot Dogs improved to 3-2 in the Sagamore Athletic Conference and 5-5 overall with a 4-0 win over the Southmont Mounties on Tuesday at New Market.

Senior forward Rogelio Angeles scored three goals in the win while junior Christofer Hernandez netted the other for the Hot Dogs. Junior Christian Matias and senior Edgar Garcia-Hernandez each had an assist in the game while seniors Daniel Montes and Javier Medina both spent time as the Hot Dogs’ keeper in the shutout win.

The Hot Dogs are back on their home turf today for a 5:30 p.m. non-conference match versus the Western Panthers.

At New Market

HOT DOGS 4, MOUNTIES 0

Frankfort 2 2 - 4

Southmont 0 0 - 0

Girls’ Soccer

Hornets top Stars

The Rossville Hornets earned a hard-fought, 5-4 win over the Western Boone Stars on Tuesday afternoon at Dover.

Senior Madison Struck and junior Sarah Taylor scored two goals apiece to lead the Hornets while Madeline Thompson had the other Rossville goal.

The Hornets are back on their home field today for a 5 p.m. match versus the Eastern Comets. 

Volleyball

 Gophers beat Blackhawks

The Clinton Prairie Gophers earned their third win against a Hoosier Heartland Conference opponent with a 25-21, 25-18 and 25-17 win over the Blackhawks on Tuesday night at Sheridan.

Alyssa Lukasik posted 18 kills, seven blocks and nine digs in the win while Sarah Schoonveld added eight kills, four aces, a block, 12 assists and six digs, Kylie Rapp had a team-high 16 assists, four kills and eight digs, and Kylee Maish finished with four kills, an ace and a team-high 15 digs. Jalynn Gleb contributed three kills, a block and an assist while Keyra Fisher had a kill and eight digs, Hadley Wilson had two aces and 14 digs, and Lexi Collins had a block, and assist and two digs.

Rapp passed the 1,000 career assists milestone last week, and Lukasik is 10 kills away from 1,000 for a career going into Thursday’s HHC matchup with the Taylor Titans.

Clinton Prairie’s junior varsity won the early match, 25-14, 25-13.

Boys’ Tennis

 Hornets beat Western Boone, 3-2

The Rossville Hornets improved their overall record to 8-2 with a 3-2 win over the Western Boone Stars on Tuesday at Dover.

The Hornets (8-2, 3-0 Hoosier Heartland Conference) host the Frankfort Hot Dogs today for a 4:30 p.m. county rivalry match.

At Dover

HORNETS 3, STARS 2

Singles

No. 1 Nathan Price (R) def. Quentin Hicks 6-1, 6-1

No. 2 Evan Price (R) def. Keith Dobbs 6-3, 6-2

No. 3 Tyler Brunty (W) def. Matt Haan 6-0, 6-0

Doubles

No. 1 Bryce Oliver/Dawson Jacoby (R) def. Chase Lee/Aidan Smith 6-2, 6-2

No. 2 Neff Collins/Zach Collins (W) def. Corbin Beard/Grover Said 6-7, 6-2, 6-3

Hot Dogs fall to Chargers

The Frankfort Hot Dogs won both No. 1 and No. 2 singles in straight sets but just couldn’t come up with a decisive third win Tuesday in their 3-2, Sagamore Athletic Conference loss to the North Montgomery Chargers at Linden.

Frankfort travels to Rossville today for a 4:30 p.m. county rivalry match versus the Rossville Hornets.

At Linden

CHARGERS 3, HOT DOGS 2

Singles

No. 1 Isaac Hunter (F) def. Sam Douma 6-0, 6-0

No. 2 Nic Kinder (F) def. Owen Gregg 6-1, 6-3

No. 3 Time Newton (NM) def. Nolan Varner 6-4, 7-6

Doubles

No. 1 Matt Jackman/Jaxon Plant (NM) def. Noah Wilder/Jimmy Ostler 6-2, 6-1

No. 2 Hunter Donaldson/Wyatt Eldridge (NM) def. Chase Thomas/Jesus Garcia 6-4, 6-0