Local sports roundup: September 21

Cross country

Braves shine at WIC meet

Indian Creek’s girls finished a close second to No. 24 at Northview during the WIC at Edgewood on Tuesday. Libby Dowty and Abby Fleetwood were the top two overall individual finishers, and Phoebe Dowty placed seventh to also earn all-conference honors. The Braves were third in the boys meet, with Luke Neibert (third), E.J. Woodke (12th), Jackson Neibert (14th) and Lukas Hogan (15th) making the all-conference list.

Boys tennis

Warriors hand Braves first loss

No. 24 Whiteland knocked Indian Creek from the ranks of the unbeaten with a 5-0 victory on Tuesday. Spencer Gillespie, Ty McCullars and Carson Baumann all won their singles matches in straight sets for the Warriors (17-4), while Kai Koester and Chase Koester were victorious at first doubles and the duo of Gavin Stubbe and Isaac Phegley secured a point in the No. 2 spot. The Braves fall to 16-1 with the setback.

Trojans edged by Panthers

Sixth-ranked Center Grove came up just short against No. 16 Bloomington South in a 3-2 loss. The Trojans got both of their points in doubles, with the No. 1 team of Max Williams and Evan Davis prevailing in three sets and the No. 2 team of Carson Bush and Dimitrios Kandris winning in two.

Lancers blanked by Trinity

Edinburgh suffered a 5-0 setback against Indianapolis Lutheran.


Edinburgh cruises in three

Gracie Crawhorn put down 10 kills and Kyah Streeval had 21 assists as Edinburgh easily defeated Columbus Christian on Tuesday, 25-13, 25-7, 25-10.

Roncalli toppled by No. 1 HSE

Roncalli took a 25-16, 24-26, 25-17, 25-21 loss to Class 4A No. 1 Hamilton Southeastern. The Royals (15-6) were led by Mackenzie Kruer (six kills, five blocks) and Ella Guilfoy (10 digs, five aces).

Boys soccer

Warriors get past Pioneers

J.D. Lompo scored three goals and Harjap Singh added another as Whiteland pulled out a 4-3 victory at Mooresville on Tuesday. Yahir Lugardo and Nalon Knight had assists for the Warriors.

Girls soccer

Grizzly Cubs fall to Dragons

Franklin lost to New Palestine on Monday night, 4-1. Erica Buening scored the Grizzly Cubs’ lone goal off an assist from Maggie Woods.

Franklin College

Volleyball defeated in four

Despite 17 kills from Miranda Wilson, Franklin College was defeated by St. Mary-of-the-Woods on Tuesday, 25-20, 15-25, 25-21, 25-22. Billie Jarrett had 38 assists, 11 digs and five aces for the Grizzlies (5-7).