Local Sports Roundup – September 22

Boys tennis

Braves prevail at Franklin

A three-set victory by Cole Allison and Trent Volz at No. 2 doubles enabled Indian Creek to pull out a 3-2 decision at Franklin on Monday. The Braves (11-3) avenged a loss in the county tournament.

Jaden Schrougham and Aiden Pemberton earned points at second and third singles for Indian Creek. Franklin got wins from Silas Smith at first singles and the team of Jackson Klem and Sam Auger at No. 1 doubles.

Roncalli sweeps Hornets

In the first round of the Marion County tournament, Roncalli cruised past Beech Grove, 5-0. Tyler Schofield, Callum Cougill and Ty Ransburg all won their singles matches in straight sets. Sam Limcaco and Liam Moore were victorious at first doubles, while Cole Elzea and Josh Wormann won in the second spot.

Girls soccer

Grizzly Cubs slay Dragons

Stephanie Brady had a pair of goals, including the game-winner with 2:07 remaining, as Franklin edged New Palestine on Monday, 2-1. The win was the first for the Grizzly Cubs (7-5) against the Dragons since 2013.

Trojans edge Bulldogs

Emily Karr scored once and assisted on Paige Waskom’s goal as Center Grove topped Class 3A No. 20 Brownsburg, 2-1. Makensie Kramer also had an assist for the Trojans (8-3).

Warriors blank Eagles

Whiteland rolled past Brown County, 7-0. Emma Gill and Sarah Turcotte each scored twice for the Warriors, who also got single tallies from Jazzy Kaur, Alaina LaPorte and Devon Long.


Cougars roll in three

Greenwood Christian cruised to a 25-10, 25-11, 25-4 sweep against Bethesda Christian on Monday.

Roncalli sweeps Perry

Led by a strong all-around effort from Faith Burch (seven kills, 11 digs and 20 assists), Roncalli was a 25-9, 25-19, 25-23 winner at Perry Meridian on Monday. Olivia Murphy had 13 kills in the win, while Noelle Zingraf added 19 digs and three aces.

Unified flag football

Braves to face Flashes in sectional

The IHSAA released Unified flag football sectional pairings on Monday, and Indian Creek will open the postseason against Franklin Central in the Brownsburg Sectional on Oct. 3. Should the Braves win, they would then face either Perry Meridian or the host Bulldogs in a semifinal game.

Both of last year’s state finalists, Mooresville and Ben Davis, are in that same sectional on the other side of the bracket.