Local sports roundup: September 19

Boys soccer

Whiteland earns shutout win

Whiteland picked up a 3-0 triumph over Batesville. Harjap Singh, David Mathis and Logan Schilling all scored goals for the Warriors.

Trojans edge Golden Eagles

Ely Detty’s goal held up as the lone offense of the day as Center Grove defeated Guerin Catholic, 1-0.

Boys tennis

Warriors win own invite

No. 28 Whiteland claimed its own tournament title with wins over Batesville, Jennings County and Shelbyville on Saturday. Gavin Stubbe and Isaac Phegley teamed up to go a perfect 3-0 on the day at second doubles for the Warriors (15-4), who play at unbeaten Indian Creek on Tuesday.

Lancers compete in league tourney

Edinburgh took part in the Mid-Hoosier Conference tournament, with all three of its singles players (Max Blandford, Austin Brockman and Milas Burkman) reaching the championship round before falling to their counterparts from Waldron.

Cross country

Trojan boys come in second

Ty Garrett was fourth individually to lead No. 7 Center Grove to a second-place finish in the Flashrock Invitational on Saturday morning. The Trojans placed seven runners in the top 26 at the 15-team meet. Franklin’s boys finished 12th.

On the girls side, Franklin placed 12th and Center Grove was 19th.

Warriors shine at Decatur Central

Whiteland’s boys were second and the girls third in the Golden Spike Invitational at Decatur Central. Matthew Nino paced the Warrior boys with an eighth-place individual effort, while the girls got top-five finishes from Victoria Jackson (second) and Isabella Fuentes (fourth).

Roncalli boys win Big Blue

A second-place showing from Sam Vaught led the Roncalli boys to victory in the Big Blue Invite at Jennings County. Jack Davis added a fifth-place finish for the Royals.

Franklin College

Women’s soccer drops road match

Despite Meghan Moses’ first career goal, Franklin College suffered a 3-1 defeat at unbeaten Albion on Saturday. The Grizzlies drop to 2-3 on the year.

Men’s soccer loses at Berea

Franklin College was edged in a 3-2 match at Berea. Htoo Ray Moo and Enzo DeMarco scored first-half goals for the Grizzlies (0-5).