Dragons softball blanks Warren Central




Savannah Brock and Madison Wise set school records as Greenfield-Central and Shelbyville tied for first with 68 points Thursday in a girls track and field tri-meet at Shelbyville. New Palestine (31 points) was third.

Brock set a new pole vault mark with a leap of 10-0 and Wise established a new record in the 100 hurdles, crossing the finish line in 16.19 for the Cougars. Wise also won the high jump.

Other G-C winners were Sammie McCoy (100, 200), Savannah Girolami (400), Savannah Hart (shot put), Jackie Landuyt (discus) and the 1,600 relay of Girolami, Wise, Becca Flora and Rachel Gottwald.

Dragon winners were Sarah Schwartz in the 3,200, Annabelle Dockins in the long jump and the 3,200 relay of Kylee Keller, Bailey Wallace, Mattie Waggoner and Schwartz.

In the boys meet,  Shelbyville prevailed with 62.5 points over Greenfield-Central (54.755) and New Palestine (46.75).

G-C winners were Austyn Tift (100, 200), Zach Phillips (discus) and Conner Shaw (pole vault).

Chris Poturalski (400), Josh McKean (shot put), Zach Chester (long jump) and Seth Eagleson (3,200) prevailed for NP.

No. 7 Fishers 92, Mt. Vernon boys 40

Andrew Payne (110, 300 hurdles), Wyatt Gutierrez (shot put, discus), Link Hine (pole vault) and Christian Noble (3,200) picked up blue ribbons for the host Marauders Thursday evening.

“Payne is more back to form in the high hurdles and Gutierrez thrived in harsh conditions on a difficult day,” MV boys coach Bruce Kendall said.

Softball

New Palestine 4, Warren Central 0

Kaylin McMurray and Elisha Barker tossed a combined two-hitter as the Dragons moved to 2-1 Thursday.

McMurray earned the win, surrendering no hits and fanning five in 4 2/3 innings. Barker filed 2 1/3 innings of two-hit ball for the save.

Issy Hoyt paced the NP offense with a double, a solo home run and two runs scored. Madison Whitaker had two hits. Barker and Mary Crumlin added hits.

New Palestine will visit Roncalli on Monday.

Shelbyville 14, Eastern Hancock 0

Class 4A Shelbyville’s 10-run third inning helped send 2A Eastern Hancock to its first loss of the season Friday night.

The Royals will visit Knightstown Tuesday in Mid-Hoosier Conference action.

Girls tennis

Cambridge City Lincoln 4, Eastern Hancock 1

Sara Neff picked up the Royals lone win, triumphing 6-0, 6-3 at No. 3 singles. The Royals host Southwestern on Monday.

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