Staff Reports

GREENFIELD — The Greenfield-Central ladies soccer crew is rolling.

The Cougars gained their first recreation of the season on Wednesday, Sept. 8, over Hoosier Heritage Conference foe Delta, 5-3, and so they’ve continued the surge with consecutive victories.

On Saturday, the Cougars blanked visiting Whiteland, 4-0, and on Monday, they celebrated senior evening with a 3-0 shutout towards visiting Greenwood.

Prior this system’s third-straight win, seniors Haley Arthur, Nora Gardner and Emma Rennier had been honored.

The trio performed key roles within the crew’s third consecutive win and second straight shutout efficiency.

Arthur practically recorded a objective early within the recreation, however her web shot was waved off as a consequence of a questionable offside name. She continued to strain the Woodmen protection all through the reminder of the competition.

Courtney Vaughn offered the primary objective on a free kick for a 1-0 Greenfield-Central lead. Later, Sarah Cortrarez fed Alyssa Deckard for her first varsity objective and a 2-0 benefit by halftime.

The third objective was assisted by Cora Bishop to Rennier, who buried her shot try into the again of the web for a 3-0 lead and a roar of appreciation from the group.

The Cougars at the moment are 3-4 on the season and 1-2 within the HHC. They host convention rival New Palestine immediately at 7:15 p.m.

Marauders fall to Tigers

The Mt. Vernon ladies soccer crew misplaced on the street at Fishers, 2-1, on Monday evening.

The Marauders entered the competition on a four-game successful streak, which included a 4-1 victory at Hoosier Heritage Conference foe Yorktown on Saturday.

Against the Fishers Tigers (4-4-3), the Marauders (7-2-1) completed the primary half locked in a 1-1 tie compliments of a Addy Wong lone objective.

Mt. Vernon out shot the host Tigers by the ultimate horn, however Fishers discovered the again of the web within the second half to prevail.

Saturday’s victory was spearheaded by 4 second-half objectives from the Marauders. Kylie Brandes, Mattie Isger, Shay Shipley and Hannah Monroe every completed with one objective apiece. The assists went to Lily Muhlenkamp and Mariam Konate.

The win improved Mt. Vernon’s HHC file to 5-0. The Marauders host Hamilton Southeastern on Saturday at 12:30 p.m.

Dragons blast Trojans

The New Palestine ladies soccer crew scored 10 objectives within the opening half Monday en path to an 11-0 victory over HHC foe New Castle.

Nine totally different gamers scored, with Tylar Whitaker tallying a objective 30 seconds into the sport and McKenzie Davis scoring twice shortly thereafter.

Bethany Aldridge additionally scored twice. Maggie Murphy, Maddy Potter, Rylee Hurst, Neveah Gebhart, Izzie Myers and Taylor Kelley all additionally discovered the again of the web.

Grace Hasenkamp and Jaeda Jeffries shared the shutout in objective.

The Dragons at the moment are 7-2 total and 3-1 in convention play.


Cougars beat Golden Bears

The Greenfield-Central boys tennis crew defeated host Shelbyville 4-1 on Monday evening to enhance their HHC file to 3-2.

The Cougars at the moment are 11-4 on the season.

Chris Long gained at No. 2 singles, 6-3, 6-1, whereas Caden Robertson cruised at No. 3 singles, 6-0, 6-0.

The Cougars swept each doubles matches with Jack Weidner and Corbin Tilley successful 6-1, 6-0, at No. 1 doubles. The duo of Casey Hunt and Tyler White gained at No. 2 doubles, 6-1, 6-0.

Royals sweep Eagles

The Eastern Hancock boys tennis crew swept previous Frankton, 5-0, on Monday evening.

The Royals had been led by No. 1 singles participant Zeke Dixon, who gained in straight units, 6-2, 6-4.

Dragons roll by Arabians

The New Palestine boys tennis crew posted a 5-0 street victory Monday over HHC rival Pendleton Heights.

The Dragons seized two fast factors, as Colin Darley and Zach Au each gained 6-0, 6-0 at No. 2 and No. 3 singles.

Jackson Havel/Clayton Wesley clinched their match with a 6-2, 6-3 win at No. 1 doubles. Devon Bird/Moses Haynes rapidly adopted with a 6-3, 6-4 victory at No. 2 doubles. At No. 1 singles, Ezra Schwier gained 4-6, 6-3, 6-1.

The Dragon JV crew gained 4-1 and stays unbeaten for the 12 months, together with their crew win on the Hancock County event on Saturday.

The Dragon varsity crew is now 11-3 in twin matches this season and 4-1 in HHC play. They journey to New Castle immediately.

Girls Golf

Dragons fall to Arabians

The New Palestine ladies golf crew dropped a 184-209 determination to Pendleton Heights Monday at Hawk’s Tail.

Lauren Appleby led the Dragons with a 50. Janie Hamilton and Ava (*15*) every added 51s. Zoe Nelson and Hanna Beller shot 54s. Lily Kirchner added a 58 and Rachel Hamilton a 60.

The Dragons traveled to Mt. Vernon on Tuesday.


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