Local sports roundup: January 28

Boys swimming

Trojans roll past Grizzly Cubs

Center Grove wrapped up its regular season with a 104.5 to 65.5 home win over rival Franklin on Thursday. The Trojans won all three relays and got individual victories from Garrett Crist (200 IM, 100 backstroke) and Ben Clarkston (50 and 100 freestyle). For the Grizzly Cubs, Anthony Ries took the 200 free and 100 butterfly, Isaac Layton won the 500 free and Franco Chirinos was first in the 100 breaststroke.

Girls basketball

Braves clinch league crown

Indian Creek wrapped up a perfect run through the Western Indiana Conference by defeating South Putnam on Thursday, 60-37. Lauren Foster paced the Braves (18-4, 10-0) with 18 points and 10 rebounds, while Faith Wiseman scored 13 points.

Edinburgh loses in return

Playing its first game in 19 days, Edinburgh wound up on the losing end of a 64-29 score against North Decatur. Callie Hancock had 14 points and Kyah Streeval eight for the Lancers (8-8, 1-2 Mid-Hoosier).

Royals drop road game

Roncalli lost at Columbus North, 36-23. Sydney Horton and Taylor Turk had six points each for the Royals (11-12).

Franklin College

Hendricks nominated for honor

Franklin College athletic director and swimming coach Andy Hendricks was named as one of three finalists for the National Scholastic Collegiate Trophy, which is presented by the College Swimming and Diving Coaches of America to the coach who has made “the greatest contribution to swimming as a competitive sport, and as a healthful, recreational activity in the province of undergraduate and scholastic education.”

The other two finalists are Nicholas Askew (Howard University) and Braden Holloway (North Carolina State).