Local sports roundup: January 10

Swimming and diving

Franklin second, Greenwood third

Plainfield took both the boys and girls championships at the Mid-State Conference meet in Mooresville Saturday. Franklin’s teams finished second, the first league defeat since 2010 for the boys and 2014 for the girls.

The Grizzly Cub girls took the 400-yard freestyle relay and got individual victories from Lili Ratzlaff (100 and 200 freestyle), Allie Lacy (200 IM, 100 backstroke) and Camy Quiggins (diving). For the boys, Callum Buchanan took the 50 and 100 freestyle races, while Drake Keller was first in diving.

Greenwood was third on both sides. The Woodmen girls won the medley relay and got first-place efforts from Reagan Graves in the 100 butterfly and 500 free.

Whiteland was fourth in the girls meet, while the boys were eighth.

Trojans compete in final MIC meet

Taking part in the MIC meet for the final time, Center Grove’s girls placed second with the boys finishing third.

The Trojans’ lone event win came from Mia Prusiecki in girls 1-meter diving. Garrett Crist had a pair of runner-up finishes for the boys.

Boys basketball

Edinburgh survives in double OT

Riley Palmeter’s steal and score with just over a minute left in the second overtime helped Class A No. 2 Edinburgh survive a 46-45 battle at West Washington on Saturday night. Caleb Dewey scored 15 points for the Lancers (11-0), while Landen Burton chipped in 12 and Travis Jones had 10, including a last-second putback at the end of regulation to keep the game alive.

Cougars edged by Blue Devils

Greenwood Christian saw its four-game winning streak snapped in a 66-62 loss to visiting Shortridge. Max Booher scored 22 points for the Cougars (6-7).

Girls basketball

Braves take care of Eagles

Faith Wiseman had 22 points, 10 rebounds and five blocked shots as Indian Creek remained unbeaten in WIC play with a 56-26 road win over Brown County on Saturday. Emily Todor added 11 points for the Braves (14-4, 7-0), while Lauren Foster finished with 10 points and seven assists.

Lancers come up just short

Despite 15 points from Gracie Crawhorn, Edinburgh suffered a 44-40 road loss to West Washington. The Lancers, who have lost three straight, fall to 8-7 overall.

Franklin College

Women’s basketball edged on road

Georgia Hanauer scored a career-high 18 points off the bench, but it wasn’t enough as Franklin College took a 68-64 loss at Anderson on Saturday. Jessica Nix added 15 points and 11 rebounds for the Grizzlies (4-8, 2-3 HCAC).

Men’s basketball beaten by Ravens

A cold second half of shooting doomed Franklin College to a 73-60 loss at Anderson. The Grizzlies (7-6, 3-3 HCAC) got 15 points from Ty Wright, 13 from Reggie McDonald and 12 from Jalen Love.