Pendleton Heights won the Hoosier Heritage Conference boys golf championship Saturday at The Players Club in Yorktown.
Greenfield-Central, Mt. Vernon and New Palestine were fifth through seventh.
The Arabians’ Trevor Denny was the meet medalist, firing a 75.
Pendleton (319) was followed by New Castle (326), Yorktown (329) and Shelbyville (343).
The Cougars (349), Marauders (351), Dragons (381) and Delta (409) rounded out the team standings.
MV’s Oliver Mast (80) earned All-HHC honors, as did G-C’s Clayton Long (82).
Jake Kauth (86), Adam Casto (88) and Connor Pence (93) also scored for the Cougars.
Austin Alexander (87), Jacob Ault (92) and Jack Harker (92) backed up Mast.
Scoring for NP were Brady Elliott (89), Grayden Martin (91), Matt Kreutzer (99) and Aric Kotarski (102).
“A rough day for golf,” NP coach Gregg Greene said. “We never really got in the groove.”
Shelbyville 166, Mt. Vernon 166
The Golden Bears won on the fifth score (42-46) Friday.
Mast was match medalist, carding a 35. He was backed up by Jacob (43), Alexander (44), Jake Yurack (44) and Harker (46).
Royals 4th at MHC Meet
Cole Allen garnered all-conference honors as Eastern Hancock claimed fourth at the Mid-Hoosier Conference championship Saturday at North Branch Golf Course in Greensburg.
Allen fired a 91. Kenny Bunnell and Nelson Dulin had 93s for EH. Caleb Wallen shot a 98.
NP wins Chatard tourney
New Palestine won the Chatard tournament Saturday, topping Chatard 13-3 in the semis before downing Lawrence Central 11-1 in the finals.
In the opener, the Dragons (19-3) plated three runs in the first inning and five more in the third on their way to 19 hits.
Kaylin McMurray earned the win on the mound, while Elisha Barker came in to finish off the game. They combined to allow five hits and two earned runs.
At the plate, Abby O’Connor was 4-for-5 with a double and three RBI. Adie Lorsung went 3-for-4 with two doubles and two RBI. Casey Lehman was 3-for-5 with two doubles and two RBI.
In the second game, NP scored six runs in the first inning and never looked back.
Lehman and Lorsung spearheaded a 14-hit game. Lehman was 3-for-4 with a double and three RBI. Lorsung was 3-for-4 with two doubles and four runs scored.
Issy Hoyt was 2-for-4 with two runs and an RBI.
McMurray and Barker split time on the mound, with McMurray tallying her 11th win after pitching five innings. Barker pitched the sixth.
Hagerstown 5, Eastern Hancock 3, 9 innings
Monday, the Royals dropped an extra-inning affair against their opponent in next Monday’s Class 2A sectional tournament.
Hagerstown led 3-1 heading into the bottom of the sixth inning, but EH responded with run-scoring hits by Brooke Walden and Darby Shaw.
Roncalli 5, Greenfield-Central 3
Katie Addison had a two-run double for the Cougars (12-11) Monday. Morganne Denny had a solo home run.
Darcie Huber pitched a complete game, allowing three earned runs on six hits.
Eastern Hancock 18, Waldron 0
The Royals improved to 3-3 in Mid-Hoosier play with a five-inning blowout win Saturday. EH had 16 hits on the day.
Cole Fout (3-for-4, two runs scored, double, triple, stolen base), Austin Lacy (3-for-4, three runs, three RBI, two stolen bases), Garek Ferguson (four stolen bases) and Brandon Reid (2-for-4, run, three RBI) provided the Royals with plenty of offense.
Austin Clutinger earned the win the mound allowing two hits and striking out six.
Northeastern 6, Eastern Hancock 3
EH fell to 6-12-1 with a non-conference loss Monday evening.
Northeastern scored five runs in the home half of the first inning.
Brandon Ray notched two hits and an RBI for EH. Fout had a hit and a run scored.
Eastern Hancock 3, Greenfield-Central 2
Hailey Carlton (No. 2 singles), Sara Neff (No. 3 singles) and Hannah Miller/Grace Perkins (No. 1 doubles) prevailed for the Royals Monday.
Miller and Perkins won a first-set tiebreaker 7-1.
Alli Frazier (No. 1 singles) and Madeline Lee/Sara Hudson (No. 2 doubles) won for the Cougars.
Mt. Vernon 5, Anderson 0
The Marauders improved to 10-5 in dual matches.
Allie Schafer, Sarah Jones and Kendra Eberhard won at singles Monday, while Molly Laughlin/Maddie Walrod and Addison Eads/Cassie York prevailed at doubles.
Pendleton Heights 3, New Palestine 2
Nicole Beaty (No. 1 singles) and Kara Miller/Kylar Litteral (No. 1 doubles) triumphed for the Dragons Saturday.