Throughout the fall sports season, Baptist Health Floyd Sports Medicine physicians will offer evaluation and treatment of athletes with sports-related injuries at a Saturday Morning Sports Injury Clinic.
SATURDAYS, AUGUST 19 THROUGH OCTOBER 28; 7:30 a.m. • Must be signed in by 8 a.m.; at the Baptist Health Medical Group, 2125 State Street, Suite 5 • New Albany, IN.
No appointment is necessary. Patients must be signed in by 8 a.m. and will be seen on a first-come, first-served basis. Most major insurance plans are accepted. For more information, call 812.944.2663.
Charlestown Lady Pirate Golf competed against Silver Creek Tuesday at Elk run Golf Course, posting a team score of 254, better than Silver Creek’s 260. Kylan Burke carded a 60, earning the Charlestown medal, while Silver Creek’s Syd Sorg also earned her team’s best score, also a 60. Lady Pirate Sophomores Andrea McCoy and Lizzie Hill both shot a 62, and have improved each match and shot their lowest score Tuesday evening. “I am seeing improvement in all golfers, and hope our team scores will lower”, commented Charlestown Head Coach Kim Carroll.
The 2017 season is officially underway with the Lady Pirate Golf team opening their season on Monday evening at Westwood Golf Course against conference opponent Scottsburg and county rival Jeffersonville. The Lady Pirates put up an impressive showing, with an overall team score of 253, finishing third behind Scottsburg, 230, and Jeffersonville, 239. Sophomores Kylan Burke, 59, Andrea McCoy, 64, and Lizzie Hill, 66, all had impressive debuts for the Lady Pirates. Head Coach Kim Carroll commented, “I am very pleased with our new golfers in their first match of the season. I hope to see much improvement in the scores of everyone by the end of the season.” The Lady Pirates will be back in action on Wednesday against Clarksville at Elk Run Golf Course, tee off at 4:00pm.
The Charlestown Lady Pirate Golf team competed at Champions Pointe Golf Course Tuesday evening against Henryville and Borden. The Hornets prevailed with a team score of 205 followed by Charlestown’s 275 (Borden did not post a score). Lexi Eblen shot well finishing with a 63; while Maddisen Smith improved her score as well. “I was hoping to have better scores, but Champions Pointe can be difficult for our level of golfers. The girls have improved over the season, and this was one of our goals for everyone”, commented Head Coach Kim Carroll. The Lady Pirates will next participate in the MSC Meet this Saturday at Shadowood Golf Course in Seymour.
The Charlestown HS Girls Golf team competed against Borden, Silver Creek, and Eastern Thursday night at Hidden Creek GC. Silver Creek won the contest carding a team final score of 211; while Eastern carded a 237 team score; and Charlestown a 259. Smith from Borden was the contest medalist, finishing with a 44. “Silver Creek and Borden had players who had more experience than us. Ten of my girls have never played, but each are improving their game. Kylan Burke played very well today shooting a 56. This is her best round this year. Brooke Watson shot a 63, and continues to improve as well. The team will make improvements as the season goes”, commented Coach Carroll on the outing.
Last Thursday, the Charlestown girls golf team defeated the Clarksville Generals at Elk Run Golf Course. Kylan Burke and Brooke Watson tied for medalist, and new comer Lexi Eblen played well. “The girls were making better contact with the ball tonight. Kylan and Brooke lower their scores 5 strokes from last match. I am very encouraged how the girls performed individually and as a team. The girls are working hard at practice, and the improvements will show by the end of the season”, evaluated Lady Pirate Head Coach Kim Carroll.
Charlestown will next be in action on Monday, August 29th hosting Providence at Elk Run.
The Charlestown Lady Pirate Girls Golf team competed in their first match of the season Monday evening, hosting Jeffersonville and Scottsburg at Elk Run Golf Course. Coach Carroll fielded one returning golfer and has since added fiver new golfers to the program and sport. “They were nervous, and it was a learning experience for everyone. There is much room for improvement, but now they know what to expect competing with other golfers/schools. I hope to see lowers scores by the end of the season. We are still working on fundamentals and learning the rules/game of golf”, commented Lady Pirate Head Coach Kim Carroll. Final team scores included: Scottsburg 242, Jeffersonville 270, and Charlestown 283. The Lady Pirates are next in action against Clarksville at Elk Run.
Reminder that all athletes must have a physical on file while also passing 70% of their classes in order to be eligible for athletic participation at Charlestown High School. All Transfer students must fill out a Transfer form in the athletic office.
Volleyball begins Monday at CHS from 3:30p – 5:30p, direct questions to Coach Nuxoll at firstname.lastname@example.org;
Girls Soccer begins Monday at Charlestown Middle School from 5:30p – 7:00p, direct questions to Coach Grover at email@example.com;
Boys Soccer begins Monday at Charlestown Middle School from 6p – 8:30p, direct questions to Coach Wight at firstname.lastname@example.org;
Football begins Monday after school at Charlestown High School, direct questions to Coach Hawkins at email@example.com;
Boys Tennis begins Monday after school at Charlestown High School, direct questions to Coach Matthews at firstname.lastname@example.org;
Boys and Girls Cross Country begins Monday after school at Charlestown High School, direct questions to Coach Doyle at JDoyle@wclark.k12.in.us; and
Girls Golf begins Monday at 3:30p at Elk Run golf course, direct questions to Coach Carroll at email@example.com.