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B'ville's Stewart aces Sleepy Hollow No. 12

Jun. 16, 2013 @ 12:00 AM

B'ville's Stewart aces Sleepy Hollow No. 12

HURRICANE -- Jim Stewart of Barboursville made a hole-in-one Saturday at Sleepy Hollow Golf Club.

Stewart aced the No. 12 hole, a par-3 playing 160 yards with a 5-hybrid club during a round when he matched his age with a 70.

The witnesses were his wife, Sue Stewart, Dave Dech and Rogan Dech.

Indiana girls All-Stars down Kentucky 100-86

INDIANAPOLIS -- This wasn't at all how Indiana Miss. Basketball Stephanie Mavunga expected the All-Star experience to be. It certainly not what she wanted.

Mavunga sprained her left knee within the first three minutes in the first game of the Indiana-Kentucky All-Star girls basketball game on Friday and was unable to play in Saturday's game, ending a dream she's had for years.

"It's really frustrating," she said before Saturday's game. "You dream about this as a kid. But I know my teammates are going to get out here and execute and God willing, we'll get the win."

That's exactly what happened.

Indiana's Bridget Perry had 23 points and seven rebounds to lead Indiana to a 100-86 victory over Kentucky to wrap up the two-game series.

Taya Reimer had 19 points and 10 rebounds and Ariana Simmons added 14 points for Indiana, which split the All-Star series with Kentucky for the second time in three years.

Indiana bounced back after losing 84-78 on Friday. Last year, Kentucky swept Indiana.

"We had a new focus today, we talked about it this morning," Reimer said. "We were really motivated and focused tonight. Last night, they were on it, they hit a bunch of shots. They punched us in the mouth last night and we had to come back at them tonight."

Mavunga, who will play for North Carolina this fall, sat on the bench in street clothes with a large brace that took up the most of her leg. She said she heads to North Carolina on Tuesday. There's no timetable on her recovery, but says she'll be ready to go by the start of the season.

Crew end Impact's win streak with 2-0 victory

COLUMBUS, Ohio -- Matias Sanchez and Dominic Oduro scored early and Andy Gruenebaum made three saves as the Columbus Crew snapped Montreal's three-match winning streak with 2-0 victory over the Impact on Saturday night.

The Crew (5-5-5), who had two ties and a loss in their previous three games, won for the second time in seven home games.

Sanchez scored his first MLS goal in the sixth minute.

after taking a pass from Oduro and putting a shot on the frame that deflected off Montreal's Jeb Brovsky, leaving goalkeeper Troy Perkins going the wrong way.

Oduro netted his team-leading seventh goal in the 22nd, stealing the ball from Collen Warner for a partial breakaway that he finished with a slotted ball past a charging Perkins.