Local sports roundup: November 28

Boys basketball

Lancers top Braves

Class A No. 7 Edinburgh jumped out in front early and held on for a 65-55 home win over Indian Creek on Saturday night. Jarrett Turner finished with 20 points for the Lancers (2-o), followed by 14 from Caleb Dewey and 12 from Connor Ramey. The Braves (0-2) got a game-high 25 points from Landon Sichting and 18 from Adam Crouch.

Trojans storm past Flashes

Center Grove scored 27 fourth-quarter points to pull out a 49-46 triumph at Franklin Central. Marcus Ankney had 13 points for the Trojans (2-0), who made 10 of 11 free throws in the final period. Jalen Bundy and Joey Schmitz contributed 12 points apiece.

Woodmen get into win column

Jake Mosemann’s 27 points led the way as Greenwood earned a 62-46 victory over Purdue Polytechnic. The win evens the Woodmen’s record at 1-1.

Girls basketball

Braves clobber Sullivan

Lauren Foster’s 24 points and seven assists powered Class 3A No. 4 Indian Creek to a 58-26 home rout of Sullivan on Saturday. Savannah Hall scored 11 points and Ayla Lollar 10 for the Braves (7-0), while Faith Wiseman finished with seven points and 13 rebounds.

Grizzly Cubs rout Falcons

Franklin cruised past Perry Meridian, 65-28, in its Mid-State Conference opener. Scarlett Kimbrell led the Grizzly Cubs (4-3, 1-0) with 17 points, while Kyndell Jochim and Brooklyn York scored 10 points each and Emma Sappenfield added nine.

Warriors lose to Dragons

Despite 24 points from Gwen Higdon, Whiteland came up on the wrong end of a 71-60 score against New Palestine. Carly Vondielingen added 14 points and Addison Emberton 11 for the Warriors (3-5).

Cougars take home loss

Greenwood Christian was defeated by Waldron, 46-32. Sydney Waldron was the leading scorer for GCA (1-6) with 16 points.

Swimming and diving

Trojans sweep Quakers

Center Grove dominated its dual meet at Plainfield on Saturday morning, with the boys taking a 127-56 victory and the girls winning by a 115-71 score. The Trojans, who swept every relay, got individual wins on the boys side from Evan Hernandez (50 and 100 freestyle), Sam Smith (200 and 500 free), Henry Lyness (200 IM, 100 backstroke) and Isaac Lewis (100 breaststroke). The girls got first-place efforts from Lara Phipps (100 fly, 100 back), Mia Prusiecki (diving), Addyson Matern (50 free) and Tenley Wilkins (100 free).

Franklin College

Men’s basketball falls short

A late three-point play proved to be the difference as Franklin College suffered a 71-68 home loss to Dominican on Saturday. Carter Crowe and Nathaniel Hoffman each scored 16 points for the Grizzlies (2-3), with Trey Flatt adding 13. Crowe also had a team-high five assists in defeat.