Mt. Vernon tennis trumps G-C




Darcie Huber pitched a complete-game one-hitter to lead the Greenfield-Central softball team to a 10-0 win over Rushville on Thursday.

At the plate, Huber went 3-for-4. Morganne Denny, Codey Miller and Deena Miller also had three hits apiece, with Codey Miller collected four RBI.

The Cougars improved to 9-2 and will host Batesville today in a doubleheader.

Track and field

Cougars 2nd at Noblesville

At the Noblesville Invite on Wednesday, the Cougars finished second with 107.7 points behind the hosts and fifth-ranked Millers (154).

Mt. Vernon was third with 70.5 points, followed by Lafayette Jeff (63), Hamilton Heights (52.5), Frankfort (18.5) and Tipton (12).

G-C winners included Amanda Flora, Becca Flora, Rachel Gottwald and Savannah Girolami in the 1600 meter relay.

Girolami also placed second in the 800 and third in long jump. Flora was third in the 800.

Maddie Wise was runner-up for G-C in the 100 hurdles, fifth in long jump, fourth in the 300 hurdles and fifth in high jump. Regan Lewis was third in high jump. Jackie Landuyt grabbed third in discus and Savannah Hart was fifth for the Cougars. In shot put, Hart was fifth and Landuyt was sixth.

G-C’s 400 relay of Sammie McCoy, Amanda Flora, Ally Young and Shelby McCoy were 4th. Sammie McCoy was also fourth in the 100 dash and sixth in the 200.

Girls tennis

Mt. Vernon 4, Greenfield-Central 1

In advance of today’s Hancock County Tournament, the Marauders trumped the Cougars on victories from Allie Schafer, Kendra Eberhard, Maddie Walrod/Molly Laughlin and Cassie York/Addison Eads.

The county host Marauders will take a 4-2 record into today’s tourney, which begins with both the JV and varsity tourneys at 4:30 p.m.

Baseball

Roncalli 15, New Palestine 1

In the Dragons’ loss Wednesday, their lone run came in the first, as Cameron Clark doubled, moved to third on Steven Clark’s single, and scored on a wild pitch.

Nick Butcher also had a single for the Dragons, who had three hits against Roncalli’s top pitcher.

The Dragons are now 7-4 on the season. They host Shelbyville tonight an HHC doubleheader.

EH events postponed

Due to a security lockdown at Eastern Hancock schools Thursday evening, the Royals’ tennis, softball and golf events were called off.

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