The Greenfield-Central boys soccer team dropped to 3-3 after a 6-2 loss to Franklin Tuesday.
Conner Shaw and Enrique Ferrara scored for the Cougars (3-3).
Ben Gatlin tallied a hat trick for Franklin.
Eastern Hancock 209, Tri 253
Ryley Burkhart’s 46 paced the Royals Tuesday.
Hailey Carlton (54), Breanna Jones (54) and Macy Fout (55) rounded out the scoring for EH.
Hamilton Southeastern 126, New Palestine 142, Westfield 150
The match was shortened to seven holes because high temperatures caused a late start Wendesday.
“It was one of the more difficult rounds we’ve played all year. The course was hard and dry which caused shots to travel farther than normal,” NP coach Gregg Greene said. “We found ourselves off the fairway more than normal. Our girls fought hard against a very good HSE team and managed to beat Westfield for the first time in this match series.”
Mt. Vernon 185, Guerin Catholic 188, Hamilton Heights 204
Ellen Wuerch fired a 41 for the Marauders, who also received strong performances from Molly Yee (44), Bailey Fleming (49) and Briley Wills (51).
“We survived a tough outing at a challenging course. All of the girls had their trying holes, but they battled and pulled out the victories,” MV coach Caleb Zelencik said. “Ellen shot a good 41 that included both a triple and double bogey. She pulled out some sensational birdies to help her cause. Molly was solid the entire round.”
Guerin’s Marissa Singer was medalist with a 40.
“This was our first match at Bear Slide and many of our girls had never seen it before. Some had only played it once, so it was definitely new for us,” Zelencik said. “It is a fantastic course with some extremely tight and challenging holes. This was a good test for us so we can focus in on what to work on down the stretch.”
Lawrence North 4, Mt. Vernon 1
MV’s No. 2 doubles team of Alex McMillan and Ryan Beck won 6-4, 6-7 (5), 10-8 Wednesday.
“We have to have the intensity of a sharkooster,” MV coach Gabe Muterspaugh said. “It is a mix of a shark and a rooster. They are tough.”
Lutheran 3, New Palestine 0
The Dragons dropped a 25-13, 25-20, 25-21 match Wednesday evening.
Taylor Lawson led New Palestine (6-5) with nine kills. Ellen Poetz had 15 assists.
“Lutheran played a tough match against us tonight. We struggled passing their serves and fell behind quickly,” NP coach Kelli Whitaker said. “We made surges at the end of game 2 and 3 but didn’t have enough to close in on them. Tonight our blocking learned a lot about tracking hitters. We will grow from this loss.”