Wise lowers hurdle record again




The Greenfield-Central girls track team won its second trophy in as many days Saturday, claiming the Greensburg Invitational.

Two days after winning the Pendleton Heights Invite, G-C recorded 129 points to outlast Shelbyville (118) and Oldenburg Academy (84).

Maddie Wise broke her own school record to win the 100 hurdles in 15.54 seconds. Savannah Girolami won the 400 in meet record time of 59.8. Girolami also prevailed in the long jump, and the 400 relay of Sammie McCoy, Amanda Flora, Ally Young and Shelby Bowmer won, too.

“I am proud of our team,” G-C girls coach Jan Hacker said. “We were exhausted coming off of Thursday’s meet, and it took all of us working together with many different people stepping into different roles to get this win.”

On the boys side, the Cougars (85) were third behind Shelbyville (129.5) and Lawrence Central (113).

Austyn Tift (100, 200), Scott Prewitt (400) and Zach Phillips (discus) won blue ribbons for G-C.

MV girls 6th at Zionsville

Olivia Coleman was first in the 400 and second in the 200 as the Mt. Vernon girls took sixth at the Zionsville Invitational Friday.

Phylisia Donaldson was second in the 100 hurdles and third in the 300 hurdles.

Westfield won the meet with 111 points. Zionsville (110) and Brownsburg (101) were second and third. New Palestine was sixth.

“The princesses fared very well in this highly competitive Zionsville Invitational. There were eight state champions in 2013 that ran in this meet last year,” MV girls coach Tim Leonard said. “This is the closest meet we can compete in that parallels the Ben Davis Regional.”

The MV boys placed seventh out of 10 teams. Wyatt Gutierrez was first in the discus.

Girls tennis

G-C third at Madison-Grant

The Cougars were third out of four teams at the Madison-Grant Invitational Saturday.

Blanca Valcazar (No. 1 singles), Alli Frazier (No. 2 singles), Kendall Barr (No. 3 singles), Madeline Lee/Kylie Smith (No. 1 doubles) and Emma Vowell/Sara Hudson (No. 2 doubles) each won one out of two matches.

New Palestine 5, Greenfield-Central 0

The Dragons swept their county rivals Monday, taking all five matches in straight sets.

Nicole Beaty, Emily Kiefer and Maddie Smith won at singles, while Kara Miller/Kylar Litteral and Lauren Hardebeck/Alana Henry took home doubles victories.

Mt. Vernon 4, Frankton 1

Monday, Sarah Jones and Kendra Eberhard won at No. 2 and No. 3 singles, respectively, for the Marauders. Maddie Walrod/Molly Laughlin and Addison Eads/Cassie York prevailed at No. 1 and No. 2 doubles.

“It was a great win over a solid team,” MV coach Gabe Muterspaugh said. “Loved dubs setting the tone by getting quick wins. Monday was a fun day for MV tennis.”

On Saturday, at the Warren Central JV Invite, the Marauders’ doubles tandem of Lauren Virt and Emily Mott earned a championship by winning all three of their matches in straight sets and dropping only six total games.

Boys golf

NP 10th at Brownsburg

The Dragons shot a 393 to place 10th out of 15 teams at the Brownsburg Invitational Saturday.

Aric Kotarski (88), Grayden Martin (90), Matt Kreutzer (103) and Sam O’Dell (112) comprised NP’s scoring.

“Extremely rough day to play golf with fast, gusty winds,” NP coach Gregg Greene said. “The final scores for all teams were much higher than normal at this tournament. We got solid play out of all our guys and were within 10 strokes of a top half finish.”

Softball

Yorktown 11, Mt. Vernon 7

Rachel Davis’ three-run home run wasn’t enough for the Marauders Saturday, as they dropped to 1-2 in Hoosier Heritage Conference play.

MV had 10 hits on offense, but also committed four errors defensively. Yorktown scored six runs in the second inning and four more in the third. The Tigers registered 15 hits.

Emily White had two hits and a run scored for MV. Kristen Connors was 3-for-4 with a run scored. Ambry Turpen was 2-for-4.

Mt. Vernon 7, Noblesville 6

Mikala Poe swatted two home runs to pace the Marauders (3-12) Monday.

Southport 12, Greenfield-Central 6

Morganne Denny was 2-for-4 with a home run for G-C Saturday. Deena Miller was 2-for-2 with a run scored. Makayla Durick was 3-for-3 with an RBI, two runs and two doubles.

New Castle 10, Greenfield-Central 6

The Cougars (11-7, 0-5 HHC) dropped their fifth straight Monday.

The visiting Trojans took a 7-0 lead before G-C crept within two by plating five in the bottom of the fourth. New Castle would score three more in the fifth.

Erika Knapp notched a home run and three RBI for the Cougars. Denny added a hit and two RBI.

New Castle improved to 13-2 overall and 2-0 in the HHC, trailing fellow undefeated New Palestine (4-0 HHC) in the conference.

New Palestine 8, Rushville 0

Elisha Barker pitched six shutout innings to lead the Class 4A No. 4 Dragons (14-2) Monday.

Barker allowed six hits and struck out three.

Brittany Duncan, Adie Lorsung and Markie Wood combined for six hits and two RBI. Lorsung and Issy Hoyt had home runs. Tara Morey had two RBI.

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