TERRE HAUTE —
Indiana State dropped its second 1-0 decision of the weekend in women’s college soccer Sunday, falling to Loyola of Chicago at Memorial Stadium.
The Sycamores (4-7-1) and Ramblers (6-4-1) played a scoreless opening 45 minutes, with Indiana State leading 3-2 in shots at the break. ISU’s Molly McKee took the only shot on goal for either side in the first half.
Loyola scored the game-winning goal in the 68th minute, coming off the foot of Tricia Stonebraker in the center of ISU’s 6-yard box. Indiana State led 11-6 in shots and 4-1 in shots on goal, while Loyola took three of the four corner kicks.
ISU’s last nonconference game is next Sunday at Wisconsin-Green Bay.
In other soccer:
• Centre 2, Rose-Hulman 1 — At Rose-Hulman, the visitors withstood a late charge from Rose-Hulman’s men Sunday at Jim Rendel Field.
The two teams battled to a scoreless draw for the first 72 minutes, before the Colonels were awarded a penalty kick. Josh Settle booted home the kick to give Centre a 1-0 lead. Centre added a second score in the 87th minute, when Ryan Garvey booted home a blast on a pass from Jack Goblirsch.
Less than a minute later, Rose-Hulman was awarded a penalty kick and William Senat blasted home the kick to bring the score within 2-1. The Engineers made two pushes in the final three minutes, but Centre held on for the victory.
Centre outshot Rose-Hulman 12-6, with Drew Miller recording four saves. Senat paced the offensive effort with three shots.
Rose-Hulman, 4-4-2, hosts Bluffton on Saturday. Centre is 6-2.
• Rose-Hulman 2, Principia 1, OT — At Rose-Hulman, Zane Englert scored in the second overtime to lead the Engineer men in the homecoming game Saturday.
John Munson scored the first goal for the Engineers in the 47th minute. Drew Miller recorded three saves and one goal allowed to record his third win of the season. Principia is now 1-8.
• Principia 2, Rose-Hulman 0 — At Rose-Hulman, the visitors scored once in each half in women’s action Saturday at Jim Rendel Field.
Hayley Gilliam had two shots to lead the Engineers. Lucinda Combs had three saves.
Rose-Hulman, 4-4-1, hosts St. Mary-of-the-Woods on Wednesday. Principia is 3-3-1.
Warren Central 0 1 — 1
Terre Haute North 2 3 — 5
Warren Central goal — Alexis Schroeder
North goals — Nicole Mikolajczyk (Spencer Grim), Mikolajczyk, Jordan Bray (Elise Welch), Michaela Schuld (Ana-Christine Tilstra-Smith), Mikolajczyk
JV — North 5, Warren Central 0.
Lawrence North 2 0 — 2
Terre Haute North 1 0 — 1
Lawrence North goals — Brean Pempek, Pempek
North goal — Jordan Bray
JV — North 1, Lawrence North 1.
Next — North (8-5, 2-5 Metropolitan Interscholastic Conference) plays Saturday at West Lafayette.
• Sycamores split — After earning its first Missouri Valley Conference win of the season, a 3-1 decision over Bradley on Friday, Indiana State was swept in three sets by national power Northern Iowa on Saturday in the ISU Arena.
The Panthers closed out the first set with an 18-7 run for a 25-14 win and also won 25-9 and 25-12. Shea Doran had eight kills, Ashlen Buck 13 digs and Loni Mackinson 20 assists for ISU.
On Friday, the Sycamores won three of four close sets in a 25-20, 22-25, 25-20, 25-22 decision. Doran had 16 kills and 12 digs, Christie Fullenkamp 15 kills and 15 digs and Kyla Thomas had 13 kills.
ISU is now 3-11, 1-3 in the MVC.
• Rose goes 2-0 — At Rose-Hulman, the host Engineers overcame a two-set deficit to defeat Denison and also downed Illinois College on Saturday in the Homecoming Volleyball Quad.
Scores were 19-25, 21-25, 25-16, 25-16, 15-3 over Denison and 25-17, 25-20, 25-11 over Illinois College.
Anna Lewer had 22 kills against Denison, most by an Engineer in a match since 2007. Kira Boswell (24) and Sarah Jensen (21) combined for 45 assists, Lewer had 17 digs and Kate Dangel had 16 digs.
Boswell had 17 assists and Catherine Flutem nine kills to lead the way against Illinois College. Lewer had 12 digs and Casey Levitt 10.
Rose-Hulman is 10-6 and has a home match Wednesday against Anderson.
• Warriors, Rox on top — At Cayuga, Turkey Run was seventh-grade champion and Rockville the eighth-grade winner Saturday in the junior high Banks of the Wabash Tournament.
Seventh grade — Turkey Run def. Rockville, North Vermillion def. Riverton Parke, Turkey Run def. North Vermillion.
Eighth grade — Rockville def. Turkey Run, Riverton Parke def. North Vermillion, Rockville def. Riverton Parke.
• Rose still unbeaten in HCAC — At Lexington, Ky., the Rose-Hulman women stayed unbeaten in Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference play Saturday with a 5-4 win over Transylvania.
Rose-Hulman 5, Transylvania 4
Singles — Claire Mielcarek (T) def. Marie Stettler 6-2, 6-7 (5-7), 6-4; Kaitlyn Hizny (T) def. Susana Mohd 6-2, 2-6, 6-4; Melissa Montgomery (RH) def. Victoria Haugli 6-1, 6-2; Paige Cook (RH) def. Megan Dixon 6-3, 2-6, 6-3; Caroline Tapscott (T) def. Lauren Miller 7-5, 5-7, 6-4; Kylie McCollum (RH) def. Savannah Barnett 6-1, 6-4.
Doubles — Hizny-Mielcarek (T) def. Montgomery-Stettler 9-7; Cook-Mohd (RH) def. Dixon-Haugli 8-6; McCollum-Lauren Reberger (RH) def. Nika Larian-Tapscott 8-2.
Next — Rose-Hulman (7-1, 4-0 HCAC) has a home match Saturday against Hanover.
Team scores — Washington 26, Northview 18, New Castle 9, Sullivan 2.
No. 1 singles — Lucas Miller (W) def. Luke Willis (S) 6-3, 6-2; Devin Clark (Nv) def. Joe McIntosh (NC) 6-2, 6-1; Willis def. McIntosh 7-5, 6-2, consolation; Miller def. Clark 6-1, 6-4, championship.
No. 2 singles — Matther Pancake (W) def. Jake Pirtle (S) 6-4, 6-1; Bryce Britton (Nv) def. A.J. York (NC) 6-3, 7-6 (7-2); York def. Pirtle 4-6, 6-2, 6-1, consolation; Pancake def. Britton 6-2, 6-0, championship.
No. 3 singles — Damon Bass (Nv) def. Will Arnett (S) 6-2, 6-1; Jacob Luttrell (W) def. Dusty Vincent (NC) 6-1, 6-0; Vincent def. Arnett 6-0, 6-3, consolation; Luttrell def. Bass 6-3, 6-2, championship.
No. 1 doubles — Garrett Burton-Tyler Stoll (W) def. Dylan Clark-Dustin Gray (NC) 6-0, 6-1; Gaddis Baysinger-Skyler Holifield (Nv) def. Austin Bobbitt-Riley Pirtle (S) 6-0, 6-0; Clark-Gray def. Bobbitt-R.Pirtle 6-1, 6-3, consolation; Burton-Stoll def. Baysinger-Holifield 6-2, 6-2, championship.
No. 2 doubles — Matt Denney-Jake Nicholson (NC) def. Chris Schlatter-Callen Spatz (S) 7-5, 6-7 (4-7), 6-4; Alec Coughanowr-Kyle Moore (Nv) def. Jake Bedwell-Jon Harner (W) 6-2, 3-6, 7-6 (7-4); Bedwell-Harner def. Schlatter-Spatz 6-2, 6-0, consolation; Coughanowr-Moore def. Denney-Nicholson 6-3, 6-2, championship.
• Pomeroys fifth, Rose ninth — At Greencastle, Sloane Engle led the way with a two-round score of 171 as St. Mary-of-the-Woods finished fifth at the DePauw Invitational on Saturday.
The host Tigers, second in the nation in Division III tournament play last year, were the champions; Rose-Hulman placed ninth.
Team scores — DePauw 662, Wittenberg 669, Hanover 693, Denison 694, St. Mary-of-the-Woods 713, Ohio Wesleyan 735, Mount St. Joseph 751, Franklin 754, Rose-Hulman 757, Transylvania 769, Manchester 793.
SMWC — Sloane Engle 84-87—171, Kelsey Fuqua 84-89—173, Katelyn Gosnell 90-95—185, Morgan Patterson 94-91—185, Abby Abel 103-94—197.
• Homecoming outing — At the Country Club of Terre Haute, the Rose-Hulman Homecoming Outing was played Friday.
55 — Jeremy Feller, Matthew Isbell, Scott Steele, Chris Watkins
56 — Adam Summerlot, Joe Miller, Sean Ames, Jeremy Roehm
58 — Todd Burch, Matt Millington, Joe Puthoff, Joshua Williford
61 — Tom Dinkel, David Hannum, Gary Wauthier, Andy Williams
Closest to pin — Mike Bredhold (No. 3), Watkins (No. 10)
Longest putt — Derin Bluhm (No. 15)
Straightest drive — Carl Burgan (No. 18)
• ISU basketball event — At Idle Creek, the Indiana State University basketball outing was played last week.
53 — Randy Nicoson, Steve Nicoson, Tim Tennant, Joe Kaperak
54 — Tom Jones, Mark Bird, Dennis Stark, Tony Tanoos
Closest to pin — Geoff Shuck (No. 3), Gary Gottardi (No. 9), Joe Bridwell (No. 12), Keaton Sumner (No. 16)
Longest drive — Charlie Kluesner (No. 15)
Longest putt — Kelly Ford (No. 18)
At Blue Needles Golf Course
Salt Fork Invitational
Team scores — Bismarck-Henning 317, Casey-Martinsville 351, Tuscola 355, Judah Christian 356, Danville Schlarman 365, Marshall 385, Salt Fork 397, Westville 398, Hoopeston 405, Chrisman incomplete.
Casey-Martinsville (351) — Chris Lee 86, Brandon Glidewell 86, Keygan Decker 86, Nat Davidson 94, Brandon Wolfe 93, Kaleb Repp 109.
Marshall (385) — Wade Kibler 91, John Sisson 94, Keifer Treece 94, Colan Miller 106, Dylan Wilson 119.
Next — Casey-Martinsville and Marshall compete today in the Little Illini Conference meet at Oak Glenn Golf Course.
• Clauson posts win — At Rossburg, Ohio, Bryan Clauson was one of the winners in the U.S. Auto Club 4-Crown Nationals at Eldora Speedway on Saturday.
Clauson led the final 40 laps to win the 50-lap feature for Silver Crown cars. Bobby East was fourth and assumed the lead in the Silver Crown point totals going into the final race of the season Oct. 13 in Terre Haute that will decide the championship.
Tracy Hines led wire-to-wire to win the 30-lap sprint feature. Dave Darland was second and has a 44-point lead over Jon Stanbrough going into Saturday’s race at Lawrenceburg.
Sullivan native Chase Stockon won his heat and placed fourth in the main to move to seventh in the sprint point totals.
Kyle Larson led the final 10 turns to win the 25-lap main for midgets. Larson won all three features a year ago in the event
Fast qualifier — Darren Hagen.
Heat winners — Brady Bacon, Tracy Hines.
Feature — Kyle Larson, Brad Kuhn, Jerry Coons Jr., Bobby East, Hagen, Bryan Clauson, Rico Abreu, Bacon, Davey Ray, Thomas Meseraull.
Fast qualifier — East.
Heat winners — Coleman Gulick, Chris Windom, Chase Stockon, Tracy Hines, Dave Darland (semi).
Feature — Hines, Darland, Windom, Stockon, Clauson, C.J. Leary, Robert Ballou, Bacon, Wes McIntyre, Scotty Weir, Matt Westfall, Bud Kaeding, Jon Stanbrough, Dallas Hewitt, Steve Irwin.
Sprint point leaders — Darland 1,801, Stanbrough 1,757, Clauson, 1,737, Levi Jones 1,615, Hines 1,583, Damion Gardner 1,523, Stockon 1,459, Ballou 1,448, Hunter Schuerenberg 1,425, Kevin Thomas Jr. 1,370.
Silver Crown cars
Fast qualifier — Larson.
Feature — Clauson, Ballou, Coons, East, Kaeding, Hines, Brian Tyler, Shane Hollingsworth, Kody Swanson, Tanner Swanson, Russ Gamester, Rich Tobias Jr., Steve Adams, Shane Cockrum, Darland.
Silver Crown point leaders — East 349, Coons 343, K. Swanson 338, Kaeding 307, T.Swanson 292.
• Hobbs posts win — At Putnamville, Lee Hobbs was one a double winner in Fan Appreciation Night racing at Lincoln Park Speedway on Saturday.
Hobbs won his heat and the main event for bombers. Other winners were Casey Shuman in sprint cars, Troy Clark in super stocks and Brian Hayden in UMP modifieds.
Heat winners — Jon Sciscoe, Kent Christian, Joe Bares, Casey Shuman, Joss Moffatt (B-main 1), Donny Brackett (B-main 2).
Feature — Shuman, Josh Burton, Brady Short, Sciscoe, Jeff Bland Jr., Danny Holtsclaw, Brent Beauchamp, Tyler Courtney, Rod Henning, Logan Hupp.
Heat winners — Troy Clark, Jake Leitzman.
Feature — Clark, Roy Bruce Jr., Slick Griffin, Steve Peeden, Mike Staggs, Kris Starks, Leitzman, Kenny Carmichael, Lyle Laughlin, Tony Anderson.
Heat winners — Craig Conyer, Derek Losh, Brian Hayden, Dan Lewellen (B-main).
Feature — Hayden, Carlos Bumgardner, Carmichael, Duane Lee, Lewellen, Kenny Carmichael Jr., Randy Lines, Tony Anderson, Wayne Cooper, Doug Bryant Jr.
Heat winners — Brian Sims (B-main), Ben Williams, David Bumgardner, Lee Hobbs.
Feature — Hobbs, Craig Walker, Bumgardner, Greg Sims, C.J. Bryan, Ronnie Pardue, Christian Kline, Tanner Chastain, Kevin Kemp, Mike Callahan.
• Bryant posts win — Dustin Bryant won the Fast 33 at the 330 race in action Saturday at Crossroads Dragway.
Bryant bested Tom Grover in the feature race. Other winners were Austin Tewell and Dustin Brenton.
Fun Night runs and the rescheduled Pink Ladies race are on Friday’s card with regular racing on Saturday. Time runs are at 12:30 p.m. Track information is at crossroadsdragway.com, on facebook or at (812) 229-2167.
Fast 33 @ the 330 — Dustin Bryant of Litchfield, Ill., 1975 Monza, def. Gary Gaskins of Indianapolis, 2007 RED; semis: Kynon Dinkel.
Pro/Max — Dustin Brenton of Rosedale, 1969 Nova, def. Tom Grover of Terre Haute, 1952 Ford; semis: Joel Leishure, T.J. Hall.
Sportsman — Austin Tewell of West Terre Haute, 1986 Monte Carlo, def. Dave Vaughn of Terre Haute, 1971 Torino; semis: Joey Moore.
n Pumpkin Works — At Paris, Ill., Pumpkin Works celebrated its 20th anniversary with a 5K trail run and a one-mile fun run. A total of 104 runners participated, 88 in the trail run.
Trail run top 20 — Daniel Alexander 21:09.8, Aaron Garver 22:24.0, Pam Pell 22:41.4, Matthew Sebastian 23:26.9, John Basham 23:28.7, Shannon Jones 23:30.0, Greg Gisinger 24:11.0, Alison McDowell 24:17.6, Brooke Stateler 24:27.6, Josh Rigdon 24:40.3, Laura Ziliak 25:15.6, Jonathon Jones 26:13.4, Valerie Lau 26:13.9, Becky McDowell 26:26.7, Morgan Millikan 26:42.0, Josh Roehm 26:59.5, Paul Spinner 27:26.7, Regan McCarty 27:31.3, Stacey Rigdon 27:49.2, Marsha Kirby 27:56.7.
Top 5 mile — Kegan Kirts 7:26.1, Rick Wright 7:30.8, Doug Kremer 7:50.3, Shane Ogden 7:56.1, Paul Brodnansky 7:57.2.
At Lawrenceville, Ill.
Team scores — Marshall 35, Olney 48, Lawrenceville 66, Mt. Carmel 75, Fairfield 111.
Marshall — 1. Maisie Lay 20:38, 4. Teresa Gorrell 22:01, 7. Teal Burnett 22:02, 15. Emily Kile 23:08, 20. Brenna Beltz 23:43, 26. Ruthann Gorrell 25:59.
Team scores — Olney 34, Lawrenceville 71, Fairfield 72, Mt. Carmel 77, Marshall 104.
Marshall — 1. Ben Scamihorn 16:58, 8. Geoffrey Ray 18:24, 26. Patrick Wells 20:08, 31. Brandon Sanders 20:53, 40. Caleb Sprigg 23:45, 42. Blake Farris 25:05.
Rockville 7 7 0 14 — 28
South Vermillion 0 0 0 14 — 14
R — Alex Hill 35 pass from Keiontre Wilkey (John Brown kick), 1:58 1st
R — Ben Cunningham 1 run (Brown kick), 0:32 2nd
R — Ryan Lewis 9 run (Brown kick), 11:51 4th
SV — Adam Crouch 33 run (Daniel Shew kick), 6:45 4th
R — Cunningham 1 run (Brown kick), 3:27 4th
SV — Tanner Akers 10 run (Shew kick), 0:53 4th
Highlights — Cunningham had 128 yards on 27 carries for the Rox, while Crouch had 125 on 15 carries and Akers 105 on 20 carries for the Wildcats.
Next — Rockville (3-3) hosts North Vermillion and South Vermillion (2-4) is at Northview on Friday.
Northview 3 0 0 0 — 3
Vincennes Lincoln 0 6 9 7 — 22
Nv — Trey Boor 27 FG, 3:14 1st
VL — Kyle Richardville 45 FG, 5:34 2nd
VL — Richardville 45 FG, 0:00 2nd
VL — Devin Lett 2 fumble return (run failed), 6:02 3rd
VL — Richardville 43 FG, 2:02 3rd
VL — Brandt Nowaskie 101 interception return (Richardville kick), 9:03 4th
Highlights — For Northview, Jesse Miller had 96 yards on 20 carries.
Next — Northview (2-4) hosts South Vermillion on Friday.