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WPMQ’s Spring Sports Athletic Weekly Wrap-Up for April 26-May 1

WPMQ’s Spring Sports Athletic Weekly Wrap-Up for April 26-May 1

BASEBALL (7-3

Tuesday, April 27th vs Madison 

LP: Eric Wigginton 3IP, 4Ks, 1BB, 7H, 4 ER

Relief: Brandon Broady 4IP, 6Ks, 0H, 0ER

HR: Brandon Broady

3B: William Casey

2B: Dawson Boyd

William Casey was 2-4, Deke Brown was 1-2, Brandon Broady, Jack Fifer, and Dawson Boyd were 1-3 (Brandon Broady had 2 RBIs)

CHS- 10 Total Hits

 

Thursday, April 29th vs Clarksville Cancelled; Make up date is May 20th. 

 

Friday, April 30th @ Providence 

LP: Jacob Glover 4IP, 6Ks, 2BB, 6H, 3ER

Relief: Brandon Broady 2IP, 2Ks, 5BB, 2H, 0ER

3B: William Casey

2B: Dawson Boyd

Brandon Broady  2-2, Jacob Glover  2-3

 

JV Baseball

Wednesday, April 28th @ Floyd Central canceled 

Saturday, May 1st DH @ Brownstown Game 1: Won 13-5;  Game 2: Lost 10-6

 

GOLF

Tuesday, April 27th at Hidden Creek vs Lanesville and New Washington W CHS 183, Lanesville 208, New Washington–no team

Medalist: Michael Gillooly 41

Other scoring for the Pirates:

Alex Wright 45

Connor Aaron 48

Trey Brison 49

Andrew Martens 51

Zander Morris 54

Connor Roberts 66

 

SOFTBALL

Monday, April 26 @ Seymour L  10-0

LP: Savannah Gaither 2.2 IP, 5H, 4ER, 1K, 0BB

Relief: Kyley Fetz: 2IP,7H,2ER, 1K, 1BB

Thursday, April 29 @ Austin Cancelled; Make up date is May 4th. 

Friday, April 30 vs. West Washington Cancelled

 

Saturday, May 1 vs. Mitchell DH L 3-2; W 9-6

Game 1:

LP: Savannah Gaither 7IP, 6H, 3ER, 5K, 1BB

2B: Karly Byrnes

Byrnes 2-4, Fetz 2-2

 

Game 2:

WP: Savannah Gaither 2IP, 2H, 2ER, 0K, 1BB

Relief: Kyley Fetz 5IP, 5H, 1ER, 5K, 1BB

2B: Fetz, Chester, Gaither

Addie Smith 2-2, 3 runs

Gaither 3-4, 3RBIs

Crowe 2 RBIs

Fetz 2-3, 2 RBIs

 

JV Softball

Monday, April 26 @ Seymour L  

 

TENNIS

Tuesday, April 27 vs Christan Academy 

1S: Skylar Cochran def Elana Hamby 6-2, 6-1

2S:  Maci Vaughn def Anna Neil 6-1, 6-0

3S:  Amanda Upton def Grace Kreutner 6-0, 6-0

1D: Alyssa Moore and Emma McCutcheon def Adeline Baldwin and Maddie Paul 6-4,6-4

2D: Anna Almaciga and Ashlyn Moore def Emily Lang and Rebekah Wright 6-0,6-0

 

TRACK & FIELD

Tuesday, April 27 w/ Austin and Scottsburg  (No results shared)

 

Track and Field at North Harrison Invite

Girls Results: Charlestown 151, Silver Creek 118, Corydon 115, Borden 68, Providence 63, Tell City 52, North Harrison 17, Lanesville 12, Crawford County 6, South Central 6, Clarksville 6, Austin 6

Discus: 1st–Lanae Crowe 125’4”

Shot Put: 1st–Demaria King-39’5”; 3rd-Lexi Deaton-35’8.5”

High Jump: 1st–Sadee Goedecker-4’10”

Long Jump: 2nd–Sadee Goedecker-14’3”

3200 M Relay: 2nd– CHS (Jesse McCoy, Jackie McCoy, Laney Hawkins, Kaylee Kinser) 10:46.00

100 M Dash: 1st–lyric Steele-12.82

400 M Relay: 1st–CHS (Jayda Holbrook, Anneiah King, Sadee Goedecker, Lyric Steele) 51.57

400 M Dash: 1st–Jayda Holbrook-1:01.2

200 M Dash: 1st–Lyric Steele-26.00; 2nd–Jayda Holbrook-27.37

1600 M Relay: 1st–CHS (Sadee Goedecker, Laney Hawkins, Anneiah King, Jayda Holbrook) 4:25.96

 

Boys Results: Corydon 133, Tell City 127.5, Charlestown  93, Austin 83, Borden 56.5, North Harrison 55, Providence 36, Silver Creek 16, Clarksville 10, South Central 10, Crawford County 3, Lanesville 1

Discus: 3rd-Colin Davenport-122’10”

High Jump: 1st-Jake ottersbach-6’4”

Long Jump: 1st–Steven Cruz-20’8”

110m Hurdles: 2nd-Jake Otterbach-15.49; 3rd-Steven Cruz-16.51

400m Relay: 1st–CHS (Steven Cruz, Dylan kinser, Andrew Cruz, Jake Ottersbach) 45.08

300m Hurdles: 1st–Jake Ottersbach 41.95

200m Dash: 1st–Steven Cruz 23.48

WPMQ’s Weekly Wrap-Up for April 5-10, 2021

WPMQ’s Spring Sports Athletic Weekly Wrap-Up for April 5-10

BASEBALL

Monday April 5 @ South Central W 15-2 (3-0)

Winning Pitcher: Brandon Broady 4 IP, 8 Ks,2 BB, 2H, 0 ER

Tuesday April 6 vs Perry Central L 12-3 (3-1)

Losing Pitcher: Eric Wigginton 4.1 IP, 6 Ks, 0 BB, 6,H, 2 ER

2B–Jack Fifer and Eric Wigginton

Wednesday April 6 vs Jennings County (Cancelled due to rain)

Record 3-1

 

GOLF

Tuesday April 6 vs North Harrison L 149-180

Michael Gillooly 48

Zander Morris 45

Connor Aaron 49

Trey Brison 39

*Team score improved 60 strokes from first match in 2019.

*First time a Pirate has shot in the 30s under the direction of Adam Tolliver

 

SOFTBALL

Tuesday April 6 vs South Central W 11-1 

WP: Savannah Gaither 3 IP, 1 H, 0 ER, 8 Ks

2B: Addison Smith

Thursday April 8 @ Corydon L 8-3

LP: Savannah Gaither 6 IP, 7H, 4ER, 3Ks

2B: Gaither

Record: 3-1

 

 

TRACK

Tuesday April 6 vs. New Washington, and Rock Creek 

Girls Results: (Charlestown 118, Rock Creek 11, New Washington 8)

Discus: 1st Place–Lanae Crowe- 120’7″; 3rd Place–Alexis Deaton-83’4″

Shot Put: 1st Place–Demaria King-38’0″; 2nd Place–Lanae Crowe-32’4″; 3rd Place–Leslie Moon 29’11”

High Jump: 1st Place–Sadee Goedeker-4’10”; 2nd Place–Anneiah King-4’6″

Long Jump: 1st Place–Demaria King-13’11”; 2nd Place–Sadee Goedeker-13′

3200m Relay: 1st Place– CHS “A”-10:58; 2nd Place–CHS “B”-13:23

100m Hurdles: 1st Place– Anneiah King-19.1

100m Dash: 1st Place–Lyric Steele-12.5; 2nd Place–Anneiah.King-13.78

 

1600m Run: 1st Place-Jessie McCoy-5:56; 2nd Place–Emma Faulkner-6:33

400m Relay: 1st Place–CHS-53.75

400m Dash: 1st Place–Jada Holbrook-1:03.4; 2nds Place–Laney Hawkins-1:05; 3rd Place–Danielle Roberts-1:28

300m Hurdles: 1st Place–Raelynn Rufer-58.56

800m Dash: 1st Place–Kaylee Kinser-2:50; 2nd Place–Grace Adams-3:03.3; 3rd Place–Tara Chisman-3:05

200m Dash: 1st Place Lyric Steele-26.0 (School Record); 2nd Place–Talia Bakai-30.0

3200m Run:  1st Place–Jackie McCoy-13:54; 2nd Place–Macie Rohten-16:20; 3rd Place–Danielle Roberts-19:20

1600m Relay: 1st Place–CHS “A”-4:50.83; 2nd Place–CHS “B”-5:41

 

Boys Results (Charlestown 108, Rock Creek 17, New Washington 4)

Discus: 1st Place-Brock Cook-108’1”; 2nd Place-Colin Davenport-104’6”; 3rd Place-Matthew Kolb-88’5”

Shot Put: 1st Place- Colin Davenport- 35’11.5”; 2nd Place- Matthew Kolb-34’1”

High Jump: 1st Place-Steven Cruz- 6’; 2nd Place-Jake Ottersbach- 5’10”

Long Jump: 1st Place- Steven Cruz- 20’5”; 2nd Place-Deven Lukes- 18’4”; 3rd Place- Ethan Vaughn-17’9.5”

3200 M Relay: 1st Place- CHS-10:24.0

110 M Hurdles: 1st Place- Jake Ottersback- 16.1; 2nd place- Steven Cruz-16.28

100 M Dash: 1st Place–Deven Lukes 11.9; 3nd Place– Logan Harvey12.1

1600m Run: 1st Place–Simeon Porcius – 5:48

400m Relay: 1st Place–CHS48.0

400m Dash: 1st Place–Andrew Cruz 55.35; 2nd Place– Tate Adams 1:01.0 (2nd Place)

300m Hurdles: 1st Place–Jake Ottersbach – 43.65; 2nd Place–Josh Andrews – 48.14; 3nd Place–Ethan Vaughn 48.14 

800m Dash: 1st Place–Dylan Kinser 2:09

200m Dash: 1st Place–Andrew Cruz 24.14; 3rd Place–Ethan Vaughn 25.44

3200 M Run: 1st Place–Mason Oakley 13:12.0

1600m relay: 1st Place–CHS  4:49.0 

 

Thursday April 8 vs. Clarksville, and Salem

Girls Results: (CHS 98; Salem 41; Clarksville 16)

Discus : 1st–Crowe 127’2”; 2nd–Deaton 89’10” ; 3rd–Moon 84’3” 

Shot Put: 1st– D. King-38’4”; 2nd–Crowe-32’9”; 3rd–Deaton-30’

High Jump: 1st– Goedeker-4’8”; 3rd– A.King-4’6”

Long Jump: 1st–D. King-13’7.5”; 3rd–Goedeker-13’4” 

3200m Relay: 1st–CHS 11:30 (1st place)

100m Hurdles: 1st– A. King 18.87 

100m Dash: 3rd–D. King-14.20

1600m Run: 1st– Jessie McCoy-5:45.9

400m Relay: 1st CHS 1:15

400m Dash: 1st–Jada Holbrook-1:02; 2rd–Laney Hawkins 1:04.95

300m Hurdles: 1st–Raelynn Rufer 57.12

800m Run: 1st–Kinser 2:47; 2nd–Faulkner 2:49.4

200m Dash: 2nd Bakai 28.3; 3rd–A. King 28.87

3200m Run: 1st–Jackie McCoy-13:51; 2nd–Rhoten 15:50; 3rd–Roberts 17:48

1600m Relay: 1st–CHS A-4:44

 

Boys Results: (Charlestown 69, Salem 66, Clarksville 14)

Discus: 1st– B. Cook 107’1.5” ; 3rd– C. Davenport 102’3”

Shot put: 1st– C. Davenport 39’10” ; 3rd– M. Kolb 37’3”

Long jump: 1st– S. Cruz 20’2”

3200m relay: 1st– Charlestown 10:07

110m hurdles: 1st– S. Cruz 15.80 ; 2nd– J. Ottersbach 15.91

100m dash: 1st– L. Harvey 11.40

1600m dash: 2nd– Oakley 5:45

400m relay: 2nd– “B” – 51.69 ; “A” – (DQ)

400m dash: 1st– S. Cruz 54.68 ; 3rd– Vaughn 59.47

300m hurdles: 1st– J. Ottersbach 42.65 ; 3rd – Andrews 48.24

800m dash: 1st– D. Kinser 2:10

200m dash: 4th– Adams 27.03

1600m relay: 1st– Charlestown 3:57.8 

 

TENNIS

Tuesday, April 6 vs. Brownstown W 5-0

1S–Skylar Cochran def Hannah Hackman 6-0, 6-2

2S–Maci Vaughn def Ava McKinney 6-2, 6-0

3S–Amanda Upton def Leah Pottschmidt 6-4, 7-5

1D–Emma McCutcheon and Alyssa Moore def Chelsea Luedeman and Emily Mann 6-2, 4-6, 6-3

2D–Ashlyn Moore and Anna Almeciga def Carla Fuentes and Lydia Luedeman 6-1, 6-1

 

Thursday, April 8 at North Harrison: Loss – 3-2

1S – Skylar Cochran def. Isabella Nordoff 6-3, 6-2

2S – Maci Vaughn def. McKenna Pearson 4-6, 6-2, 7-6

3S- Amanda Upton loss to Kelsey Delaney 3-6, 3-6

1D – Emma McCutcheon and Alyssa Moore loss to Olivia Wise and Emily Bowen 1-6, 0-6

2D – Ashlyn Moore and Anna Almeciga loss to Kendyl Lasley and Hope Whittaker 1-6, 5-7

This week in sports:

WPMQ’s Weekly Wrap-up for March 29-April 3

WPMQ’s Spring Sports Athletic Weekly Wrap-Up for March 29-April 3

Baseball

Monday, March 29 at Lanesville W 11-6

Eric Wigginton pitched four innings, recorded 11 strikeouts and allowed no earned runs on just one hit before being relieved by Matthew McCoy due to pitch count restrictions. Nathaniel Kimbrell hit a single, double, and bases loaded triple to collect 5 RBIs

Friday, April 2 vs Henryville W 5-0

Jacob Glover threw a no-hitter through six innings before being relieved by Brandon Broady due to pitch count restrictions. He recorded 12 strikeouts in the contest. The Pirates had six hits, including doubles from Matthew McCoy and Deke Brown. 

The Pirates’ pitchers (Wigginton, McCoy, Glover, and Broady) have combined for 31 strikeouts in the two games this week. 

JV:

Wednesday, March 31 (JV) at Silver Creek W 7-4 

Thursday, April 1 (JV) vs North Harrison W 8-1 

Coming up this week in Pirate sports:

Weekly wrap-ups and graphics provided by the WPMQ Sports Broadcasting Staff at Charlestown High School

Information Regarding Girls Basketball Sectional #30 at Madison

The Lady Pirates will travel to Madison tomorrow evening, February 3, 2021, to take on the Lady Dragons from Silver Creek.  Below are the details released by the Madison athletic department:
Timeline
5:00 Doors will open (4:45 for team door)
5:15 1st game teams can take floor for shooting
5:35 20-minute warm-ups will start without stopping
5:55 National Anthem will be presented
5:58 Introductions of all dressed players, starters, and coaches the 1st time through
6:00 Tip-off
7:35 (estimated) Empty all fans from gym and begin cleaning facility
7:40 2nd game teams can take the floor for shooting
8:00 20-minute Warm-ups will start without stopping
8:20 Intro and Tip
Benches/Locker Rooms
Silver Creek – Boys PE Locker Room – Home Bench
Charlestown – Girls PE Locker Room – Visitor Bench
Madison – Girls Varsity Locker Room – Home Bench
North Harrison – Football Locker Room – Visitor Bench
Ticket Link Information
Silver Creek vs. Charlestown Ticket Link:
Madison vs. North Harrison Ticket Link:
Seating Allotment
25% Capacity – 1100
Streaming Option
Silver Creek vs. Charlestown Streaming Link:
Madison vs. North Harrison Streaming Link:

Tickets on Sale for Football at Scottsburg September 25, 2020

Tickets to Friday’s football game at Scottsburg are now on sale to the public at the link below:
Games have all been sold out so far, so be sure and get yours ASAP.
 
Here is more information regarding Friday’s game for those attending:
 
The game will be played at Scottsburg Middle School, 425 S 3rd St. Scottsburg. Gates open at 6:00; kickoff is 7:00 P.M. – A supervisor will be at the gate area to remind fans to mask up, direct fans on which gate to enter and to keep social distancing if there is a line. Fans will be expected to wear their mask unless seated and are using social distancing. Family members may sit together. Stickers have been used to designated spots for family members to sit together and remain socially distant from others. Restrooms will be monitored and only allow 5 people at a time in the restroom. Supervisors will be present to ensure that social distancing is being observed and the process is working. Satellite concessions will be available on the Visiting side. There will be a supervisors near this location to ensure social distancing. Immediately following the game, the stadium will be cleared. Fans are not allowed on the field. Team meals will not be allowed following the game. Fans/ parents will not be allowed to wait to talk to the players. Parent should return to their vehicles and can meet with their kids there. Supervisors will be stationed at each bleacher area to not exceed the 250 capacity limit.

Ticket Sales Information for Football Home Opener

The Pirates will play their first home game at the newly renovated Dutch Reis Field, this Friday, September 11th as the host to the North Harrison Cougars in a Mid Southern Conference matchup.  Below you will find important information regarding ticket sales for this game:
All tickets will be pre-sold.
Approximately 250 tickets will be sold to the public at the Volleyball match Wednesday from 6:00-7:30 P.M.
Any tickets left will be sold Thursday night at the Volleyball match from 6:00 until 7:30 P.M.
No tickets will be available at the gate Friday night–all tickets must be pre purchased.
**Football players and cheerleaders will be allowed to purchase tickets in the same manner they were purchased for the Silver Creek game from the coach.

Charlestown’s Janae (Cox) Asbury Inducted into West Virginia University Sports Hall of Fame

Congratulations to CHS Class of 2003 alumna Jane (Cox) Asbury on her induction into the West Virginia University Sports Hall of Fame.
In her early years, Janae participated in gymnastics through SIGS (Southern Indiana Gymnastic School) was a member of the National Team from 1997-2000. She was also the Junior Olympic National All-Around, Vault, and Floor Champion. She competed not just here in the states, but all around the world in Australia, Belgium, France, El Salvador, Canada, and the Bahamas. In 2003 she left Charlestown and headed to WVU and became a three-time NCAA Championships individual qualifier in gymnastics and First Team All-American during her career from 2004-07.
Be sure to check out this article below from WVU for more information! 
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