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Prep Wrap: MV girls soccer edges Pendleton in HHC finale

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The Mt. Vernon girls’ soccer team ended its season on a four-game Hoosier Heritage Conference win streak with a come-from-behind victory Thursday.

Lauren Bradburn and Claudia Brown notched goals for MV. Brown and Chelsea Thomas added the assists.

Mt. Vernon (10-4-1, 5-2 HHC) is at Franklin today and faces New Palestine Thursday in the sectional semifinals at MV.


New Palestine 3, Triton Central 0

The Dragons improved to 13-15 by virtue of a 25-14, 25-12, 25-14 road win Thursday.

McKenze Qualkinbush had nine kills and two blocks. Ali Tucker had eight kills and two blocks. Jamie Morris had five kills, five digs and two aces. Mikayla Little had four kills. Katie Morris had four kills, three aces, two blocks and 15 assists, while Megan Hawley had two aces and 14 digs to lead the Dragons.

Greenfield-Central 3, Pendleton Heights 0

G-C won its second straight match Thursday, a 25-23, 25-18, 25-23 home triumph.

The Cougars (16-8) are at Hamilton Southeastern Tuesday.

Shelbyville 3, Mt. Vernon 0

The Golden Bears defeated the Marauders 25-14, 25-12, 25-20.

MV hosts Shenandoah Monday.

Boys’ soccer

Greenfield-Central 4, Rushville 0

The Cougars rebounded from their overtime loss to Mt. Vernon Wednesday by shutting out the Lions Thursday.

Enrique Ferrara registered a pair of goals for G-C. Trent Barnhart and Michael Barber also scored. Gabe Collins, Caleb Dunn and Joe McClarnon added assists. Jarred Potter and Brandyn Burkhart combined for the clean sheet in goal.

G-C (8-5, 5-2 HHC) is at Fishers today and faces MV in Wednesday’s sectional semifinals at Shelbyville.

Pendleton Heights 4, New Palestine 2

New Palestine (5-2 HHC) dropped its final regular season match Thursday, handing Mt. Vernon (6-1 HHC) the outright conference title.

Alex Thomas had a goal and an assist. Zach Chester also scored.

“Pendleton worked really hard tonight and their offensive threats did really well against us,” NP coach Bobby Holden said. “While we are disappointed to not have won the game and won conference, the boys have had a good season and will stay positive moving forward.”

NP (9-6-1) faces host Shelbyville in Wednesday’s sectional semifinals.

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