Local sports roundup: April 15


Streeval wins Cato Scholarship

Edinburgh senior Kyah Streeval was one of 13 athletes awarded a Cato Memorial Scholarship by the IHSAA on Tuesday. The $2,500 scholarship winners “demonstrated excellence in academics, school and community involvement, character,sportsmanship, and citizenship.” Streeval and the other recipients will be honored during the IHSAA Foundation Impact Awards at Gridiron Hall on May 7.

MMA event coming to Franklin

Franklin Jiu Jitsu Club is partnering with Warrior 110 to host Grizzgrapple Series 1 at 4 p.m. on April 27 at the Johnson County Armory in Franklin. Admission is $10 cash or $12 for electronic payments at the door. Spectators will get to enjoy several scheduled jiu jitsu matches as well as food and beverages from Chilly Water Brewery and Tasties Açai Bowls. A portion of the proceeds will benefit Warrior 110, which supports combat veterans dealing with post-traumatic stress disorder.


Warriors overpower Woodmen

Whiteland used a seven-run sixth inning to put away an 11-3 triumph over visiting Greenwood on Monday. Drew Helton and Jordan Palmer each had two hits and two RBIs for the Warriors (5-2, 2-2 Mid-State), while Connor Grismer and Isaac Phegley also drove in two runs apiece.


Trojans rout Bloomington South

Hannah Haberstroh homered, scored three runs and drove in two to lead Class 4A No. 8 Center Grove to a 10-0 thumping of Bloomington South on Monday. Kiersten Hardin also hit a home run for the Trojans (7-4), while pitchers Riley Henson and Aiyana Keown combined on a three-hit shutout.

Girls tennis

Grizzly Cubs blank Whiteland

Eighth-ranked Franklin cruised to a 5-0 win over Whiteland on Monday. Rylie Wilkison, Chelsie Rayl and Marnie Moore swept the singles points in straight sets for the Grizzly Cubs, who got a victory from Kate Pinnick and Kennedy Urban at No. 1 doubles and Eleanor Stillabower and Emma Sappenfield at No. 2.

Lancers edged by Spartans

Edinburgh got wins from Jessica Walsh and Zoey Sida at first and third singles, respectively, but came up just short in a 3-2 loss to Southwestern.

Boys golf

Braves defeat Whiteland

Indian Creek was a 165-188 winner over Whiteland on Monday. Will Davis led the Warriors in a losing effort with a 44.

Trojans ease past Falcons

Nathan Springer and Brody Holubar each shot rounds of 36 as Center Grove bested Perry Meridian, 147-171, at Hickory Stick. James Beetz added a 37 and Coen Bauschek a 38 for the Trojans.

Boys volleyball

Warriors get past Olympians

Whiteland rallied from a set down to post a 20-25, 25-19, 25-22, 25-23 victory at Columbus East on Monday. The win improves the Warriors to 10-8 on the season.