Local sports prep roundup – Aug 31

MADISON — The Columbus East girls soccer group bounced behind from Monday’s 6-0 detriment to Columbus North with a 5-0 Hoosier Hills Conference feat during Madison.

Kamebry Wagner scored dual goals, while Elena Stoughton, Maggie Lewis and Breiana Burton all combined one for a Olympians (2-2, 1-0). Addy Galarno available dual assists, and Karlee Dowd and Kristin Nelson any had one.

East put 25 shots on idea to dual for a Cubs. Brooke Hamblen posted one save.

Panthers vacant Eagles

NORTH VERNON — Jennings County netted 3 second half goals to mangle a scoreless tie and post a 3-0 win opposite Brown County.

Olivia Vanosdol, Baylee Byford and Lexi Brown scored for a Panthers (4-0-2). Andrea Reitman and Byford had assists.

Jennings put 11 shots on idea to 6 for a Eagles. Mackenzie Byram available 6 saves for a Panthers, and Skyler Fleishman had 12 saves for Brown County.

Oldenburg tops Trinity

SEYMOUR — Oldenburg Academy jumped out to a 3-0 lead and went on to palm Trinity Lutheran a 4-0 loss.

The Twisters outshot a Cougars 33-0. Trinity’s Vadalis Montanez available 25 saves.

GIRLS GOLF

North routs Roncalli

Fifth-ranked Columbus North rolled to a 151-198 win opposite Roncalli during Harrison Lake.

Julia Luken won medalist honors with a 36 to lead a Bull Dogs. Danbi Kim carded a 37, Aubrey Smith combined a 38, Holly Anderson shot 40, Molly Donnell had a 42 and Alex Munnicha finished with a 43.

Olympians down Cougars

Columbus East won a second compare in as many days, a 198-218 delight opposite Bloomington North during Otter Creek.

Lily Shelp won medalist honors with a 44 to lead a Olympians. Zoe Rangel combined a 48, Liz Kroger shot 50 and Katie Brun had a 56.

VOLLEYBALL

Bull Dogs tumble in 4

BLOOMINGTON — Columbus North won a initial game, though Bloomington North recovered for a 24-26, 26-24, 25-19, 25-18 victory.

Hannah Weaver led a Bull Dogs (1-2) with 12 kills and 4 aces. Lily Meyercord available 20 assists, Imani Guy had one solo and 4 support blocks and Mackenzie Rooks notched 24 digs.

Maliah Howard-bass battered 10 kills, while Guy combined 9 kills and Agustina Fainguersch had 5 kills and 15 digs. Mady Johnson tallied 19 assists, Maddy Sebahar had 13 digs and Meyercord served 3 aces.

Patriots brush Eagles

NASHVILLE — Brown County forsaken a 25-21, 25-16, 25-22 Western Indiana Conference preference to Edgewood.

Hallee Miller battered 10 kills, Madalyn Allen available 11 assists, Shea Keller and Mekenzie Dunnuck any had a block, Baelyn Koester notched 7 digs and Ryanne Smith and Maggie Redmond any served dual aces. Maggie Redmond combined 10 assists.

Cougars better Raiders

SEYMOUR — Trinity Lutheran forsaken a initial set before rallying for a feat opposite South Ripley.

The Cougars won 22-25, 25-20, 25-11, 25-23.

BOYS SOCCER

Jets shave Twisters

OLDENBURG — Hauser authorised usually dual shots on idea in a 1-0 win during Oldenburg Academy.

Kyler Davis scored a idea off an support from Matt Sweet (2-1). Pete Trotter available dual saves.

Pioneers close out Panthers

CLARKSVILLE — Jennings County couldn’t find a net in a 5-0 detriment during Providence.

Luke Bowling posted 8 saves for a Panthers.

Mustangs disintegrate Eagles

NASHVILLE — Edgewood netted dual second-half goals to explain a 2-0 WIC win during Brown County.

Noah Seidle available 4 saves for a Eagles (1-2, 1-1).

BOYS TENNIS

Jets convene for win

SHELBYVILLE — Hauser overcame a 4-1 necessity in a third set during No. 1 doubles to lift out a 3-2 Mid-Hoosier Conference win during Southwestern (Shelby).

Sam Meek kick Dakota Ebersold 7-5, 6-2 during No. 1 singles, Jacob Luken downed Eric Emerick 7-6 (10), 6-2 during No. 3 singles and Alex Gross and Jacob Johnson surfaced Isaac Bush and Anthony Atwood 3-6, 6-4, 6-1 during No. 1 doubles for a Jets (5-1, 2-0). Justin Compton fell to Caleb Tennell 6-1, 6-2, and Sean Miller and Jacob Rose mislaid to Coby Simpson and Ryan Brackman 6-4, 6-4 during No. 2 doubles.

Panthers passage Rebels

NORTH VERNON — Jennings County mislaid a No. 1 and No. 2 singles spots though won a rest in a 3-2 feat opposite Southwestern (Hanover).

Bryce Kirchner kick Skyler Wynn 6-3, 6-3 during No. 3 singles, Briar Davis and Luke Ertel downed Luke Hensley and Bailey Elliot 6-3, 6-0 during No. 1 doubles and Garrett Marsh and Austin Mills surfaced Austin Ball and Chase Dunfee 6-1, 6-3 during No. 2 doubles for a Panthers (2-5). Justin Gasper fell to Tryston Wheatley 6-2, 2-6, 6-2 during No. 1 singles, and Weston Miller mislaid to Coleman Jones 6-0, 7-5 during No. 2 singles.

Tigers corner Eagles

NASHVILLE — Triton Central pulled out a span of three-set wins to explain a 3-2 feat during Brown County.

Cash Myers kick Wyatt Felling 6-1, 6-3 during No. 1 singles, and Cole Smith downed Steven Gutzwiller 6-3, 6-0 during No. 3 singles for a Eagles. Jesse Williams fell to Luke Sanders 5-7, 6-3, 6-4 during No. 2 singles, Austin Roush and Abe Oliver mislaid to Reid Monhollin and Jeff Miller 6-1, 6-3 during No. 1 doubles and Chase Watson and Aaron McCann fell to Logan Buchanon and Jackson Seagraves 4-6, 6-4, 7-5 during No. 2 doubles.

CROSS-COUNTRY

Cougars finish second

GREENSBURG — South Decatur’s boys and girls both finished second in a tri accommodate during Greensburg.

The horde Pirates won a boys accommodate with 18 points, while a Cougars edged Hauser 55-57 for second. Greensburg won a girls accommodate with 19 points to 38 for South Decatur 38, while a Jets had usually 3 runners.

Brandon Malott finished seventh in 20 minutes, 47 seconds for 5,000 meters (3.1 miles) to lead a Cougar boys. Dylan Cowins took eighth in 21:24, while Cole Bower was ninth (21:26), Charlie Hamilton 15th (22:18), Carl Kroger 20th (23:45), Nolan Storm 22nd (24:40) and Conner Bower 30th (30:06).

David Seelye led a Hauser boys with a third-place finish in 19:15. Owen Green took 10th in 21:30, while Austin Everroad was 11th (21:30), Jordan Johnson 14th (21:54) Hunter Albright 24th (25:08), Sam Robinson 25th (26:02) and Noah Benge 31st (33:57).

For a girls, a Cougars’ Sierra Kalli finished fourth in 25:59. Hannah Miller took seventh in 26:53, while Stacy Fox was ninth (29:19), Claire Hamilton 12th (32:25), Tori Storm 13th (33:54), Pilar Gracia 14th (34:63) and Marta Reputin 15th (34:15).

The Jets’ Tori Chandler finished third in a girls competition in 25:16. Naomi Gollmer took 10th in 29:37 and Kristen Keith was 18th in 44:13.

Eagle boys take third

ELLETTSVILLE — Brown County’s boys finished third in Edgewood’s Mustang Invitational. Clay City won with 84 points, while Martinsville edged a Eagles 92-93 for second.

Wyatt Wyman led Brown County with a fifth-place finish in 18:06.21. Job Lawson took sixth in 18:20.97, while Nathan Kilburn was 14th (19:28.72), Jackson McPheeters 28th (20:14.98), Jordan Samples 40th (20:53.95), Tim Kilburn 75th (22:50.73) and Billy Webb 92nd (26:25.95).

The Eagles had usually 3 girls runners. Haley Abraham finished 34th in 26:58.24, Maris Wyman took 50th in 28:49.21 and Coralynne Robinson was 64th in 34:42.86.

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