Local roundup – April 11


Grizzly Cubs lose lead late

Avon rallied for two runs in the sixth inning to pull out a 5-4 victory at Franklin on Tuesday. Luke Miles was 3 for 3 with a run in defeat for the Grizzly Cubs (3-3).

Woodmen drop league clash

Five errors proved costly for Greenwood in an 8-5 defeat at Martinsville on Tuesday. The Artesians put the game away with a pair of runs in the sixth inning.


Trojans thump Carmel

Two home runs from Jordyn Rudd powered Class 4A No. 1 Center Grove to an 11-1 victory against Carmel in six innings Tuesday.

Abby Herbst got the pitching win for the Trojans (8-0), scattering four hits and striking out nine.

Hot start fuels Cougars

A 10-run first inning sparked Greenwood Christian Academy in a 20-8 rout of Providence Cristo Rey on Tuesday.

Morgan Haynes and winning pitcher Marissa Jent each had three hits for the Cougars.

Girls tennis

Lancers earn narrow victory

A sweep of the doubles matches and a three-set triumph from Sophia Parmer helped Edinburgh squeak past Bloomington Lighthouse Academy 3-2 on Tuesday.

Parmer rallied for a 4-6, 6-3, 6-3 victory at No. 2 singles. Destiney Ramey and Haven Link rolled to the win at No. 1 doubles, while Katie Roberts and Anneliese Lollar came out on top at No. 2.

Trojans blank North Central

Center Grove coasted past North Central on Tuesday 5-0. Isabella Schoolcraft, Ellie Strube and Jillian Garrett swept the three singles points for the Trojans.

Emily Hoy and Ashlee Fisk were winners at No. 1 doubles, with Abby Hoard and Holyn Aukerman picking up a point at No. 2.

Woodmen edged by Artesians

Despite victories in both doubles matches, Greenwood fell short in a 3-2 match against Martinsville on Tuesday.

Alyssa Roscoe and Maecee Terhune won in straight sets at No. 1 for the Woodmen, while the No. 2 duo of Brittney Mandabach and Ally Hussung did the same.

Braves fall to Eagles

Indian Creek was handed a 4-1 loss by Brown County on Tuesday. The No. 1 doubles team of Mya Piccone and Mackenzie Hunter earned the lone victory for the Braves.

Boys golf

Grizzly Cubs top Seymour

A medalist round of 69 from Javan Johnson helped power Franklin past Seymour on Tuesday, 302 to 325.

Damon Dickey carded a 75 and Matt Jordan added a 76 for the 19th-ranked Grizzly Cubs. Blake McIntire rounded out the scoring with an 82.

Track and field

Franklin girls dominate

Freshmen Cami Kelsay and Lillian Lacy each won two individual events and Franklin swept all three relays on the way to a 92-40 victory against Martinsville on Tuesday.

Kelsay won the 200-yard dash and the long jump, while Lacy claimed first in the 800 and the mile. Also victorious for the Grizzly Cubs were Kloie Doublin (100), Emma Beavins (400), Lia Vawter (high jump) and Haydn Driver (pole vault).