The North opens with victories
NASHVILLE – Columbus North’s girls and boys each opened their seasons with wins within the Brown County Problem on Wednesday.
The occasion options groups of two who every run 2.5K (1.5 miles). The placings of the highest three groups from every faculty are added to calculate group scores.
The Bull Canine boys scored 18 factors to 29 for runner-up New Albany and 31 for Brown County. Columbus East completed seventh with 72.
The North ladies scored an ideal six factors to 20 for runner-up Silver Creek and 33 for third-place Olympians.
Seniors Sydney Morlok and Jessica Meza teamed to win the women race in 19 minutes, 7.7 seconds to steer the Bull Canines to a top-six end. Ainsley Sherlock and Lana Wisler took second in 19:54.6, adopted by Macy Eaton and Katie Frazier (19:57.2), Sylvia Sasse and Charley Kerber (20:00.9), Ellen White and Claire Wisler (20:09.four) and Sierra Newell and Maggie Russell (20:10.four).
East’s Carly Otte and Chloe Krueger completed 12th in 21:35.three. Madison Swartzentruber and Hayden Carothers have been 17th in 22:30.Zero and Victoria Cuhadar and Riley Carothers have been 18th (22:43.5).
The Brown County ladies solely had two two-person groups. Sadie Hiatt and Hadley Gradolf completed eighth in 20:14.2 and Livie Austin and Megan Cumberledge took 19th in 23:06.1.
Within the boys race, North’s Kellen Hottell and Draven Martinez completed third in 16:01.eight. Adler Larson and Charlie Smith took seventh in 16:36.6 and Neal White and Denton Sluder took eighth in 16:38.2.
Brown County’s Twine Smith and Chase Austin positioned second in 15:53.2. Rafe Silbargh and Charlie Webb took 15th in 17:22.Zero and Case Smith and Kai Koester took 21st in 17:50.Zero.
For East, Cayden Lynott and Jackson Brookes completed 26th in 18:32.5. Derek Patchett and Lorren Westerfeld took 37th in 19:46.1 and Jacob Peeples and Zeke Weatherford took 43rd in 21:02.5.
Woodmen of the East Downs
GREENWOOD — Katie Hong clinched the medal with a 39 to steer Columbus East to a 186-197 victory at Greenwood.
Carter Gant carded a 43 for the Olympians. Lilly Steinwedel and Grace LaSell every shot 52, Ali Trueblood added a 53 and Avery Brooks had a 54.
Lancers take the courageous
EDINBURGH – Edinburgh gained 219-221 towards Indian Creek at Timbergate.
Izzy Richardson led the Lancers with a 47. Macie Blandford carded a 55, Cloee Britton added a 58, Hannah Pile shot a 59, Jillian Turner had a 60 and Gracie Myers completed with a 64.
Floyd sweeps the Panthers
NORTH VERNON — Jennings County got here shut within the second set however fell in a 25-15, 25-23, 25-11 Hooiser Hills Convention choice to Floyd Central.
Charlee Barlow had 11 digs, Avynn Belding had two blocks, Lydia Roth had 18 digs and Mallory Manowitz served an ace for the Panthers (1-1, Zero-1). Abrey Belding added 10 kills.
Braves empty eagles
NASHVILLE — Indian Creek gained all 4 of its matches in straight units and Brown County needed to drop No. 2 doubles in a 5-Zero loss.
Jack Sichting fell to Peyton Strunk 6-2, 6-2 at singles, Owen East misplaced to Brendan Conner 6-2, 6-1 at No. 2, and Trevor Shields fell to Grant Dalton at No. 6-1, 6- Zero at No. three singles for the Eagles (Zero-2).
Brown County’s Jon Kirchoffer and Sawyer Gore misplaced to Aiden Pemberton and Landon Sichting 6-Zero, 6-Zero at No. 1 doubles.