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Consecutive wins for former Trojan




Tennessee-Chattanooga wrestler Sean Mappes, who compiled a 46-0 record for Center Grove last year while winning the IHSAA 170-pound wrestling state title, won two Southern Conference matches at 174 pounds last week, pinning his opponent from Gardner Webb and earning a 7-2 decision against his Appalachian State opponent.

The wins raised the freshman’s record to 6-2 for the season. The pin was his second.

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Shelby Mappes lost 9-3 at 174 pounds in Indianapolis’ 22-18 wrestling win against McKendree.

Indianapolis’ Kyle Schwartz was fifth of 16 runners in the 400 meters (51.70) at the Tom Hathaway Indoor Track and Field Challenge at IUPUI. Southern Indiana’s Jordan Jones was 15th of

19 in the women’s shot put (33-5¼) and 17th of 18 in the weight throw (32-5½).

Indiana sprinter Nick Stoner was third of 46 in the 60-meter preliminaries (6.84), fifth in the semifinals (6.80) and fourth in the finals (6.84) at the Meyo Indoor Track and Field Invitational at Notre Dame. His time of 6.80 is the fourth-best in the Big Ten this year. The Hoosiers’ Sydney Clute placed fifth in the women’s pole vault invitational with a height of 12-9½, tying her career best.

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