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Prep Wrap: G-C, NP boys golf card dual meet wins

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The Greenfield-Central boys golf team upped its season record to 3-1 by topping Anderson and Morristown Monday at Hawk’s Tail.

The Cougars carded a score of 171, ahead of Anderson (187) and Morristown (194).

Jake Kauth, Clayton Long and Connor Pence fired nine-hole scores of 42 for G-C. Adam Casto had a 45.

The blue and gold are at the Mt. Vernon Invitational Saturday.

New Palestine 182, Triton Central 201

The Dragons defeated the Tigers Monday in a home dual match.

Brady Elliott (43) was the top scorer for NP, followed by Grayden Martin (45), Jacob Smith (46) and Aric Kotarski (48).

The Dragons are at Hamilton Southeastern today.

Yorktown 147, Lapel 160, Mt. Vernon 168

The Marauders dropped an away tri-match at Lapel Monday.

Austin Alexander (40) paced MV, followed by Chase Wagner (42), Drew Weir (42) and Julian Davidson (44).

Mt. Vernon is at Pendleton Heights Friday.

Track and field

Mt. Vernon 74, Richmond 58

The MV boys track and field team picked up a home dual meet victory against the Red Devils Monday.

Winners for the Marauders were Chase Harker (pole vault), Andrew Payne (110, 300 hurdles), Andrew Noble (400), Ross Houk (800), Brandt True (1600, 3200), the 3200 relay (Austin Wuethrich, Noble, Houk, Michael Bauchert) and the 1600 relay (Houk, Noble, Bauchert, Payne).

“We have beaten three 5A (schools) in three days so we are kind of on a roll,” MV coach Bruce Kendall said. “Our throws (Corey) McAllen and (Wyatt) Gutierrez really did well to prevent us from being swept in the discus and shot, otherwise these types of wins may look easy when you know in reality you won by inches.

Mt. Vernon is at the Pendleton Heights Invitational Thursday

Dragons sweep 4-way

The New Palestine boys track team cruised to a home quad-meet win Monday.

The Dragons (126 points) easily outpaced Waldron (56), Triton Central (32) and Hauser (26).

Tyler Walden was first in two individual events (100,200) as well as two relays (400, 1600). Seth Eagleson swept the distance races (800, 1600, 3200).

Other individual NP victors were Kevin Laetsch (110 hurdles), Andriy Vlashyn (400), Josh McKean (shot put) and Lance Hilton (pole vault).

Walden partnered with Vlashyn, Chris Poturalski and Andrew Fluegel to win the 400 relay as well as Vlashyn, Poturalski and Laetsch to claim the 1600 relay.

Riley Wilson, Dominic Basciano, Kyle Zehner and Chase Tuggle won the 3200 relay.

On the girls side, the Dragons (89) triumphed over Triton Central (86), Waldron (40) and Hauser (21).

NP winners were Annabelle Dockins (100 hurdles, long jump), Kylie Zehner (300 hurdles), Bailey Wallace (3200), Rachel Wineman (high jump), Kenzi Hoffman (pole vault), the 1600 relay (Allison Davis, Hoffman, Dockins, Zehner) and the 3200 relay (Izzy Fleetwood, Mattie Waggoner, Brianna Komornik and Wallace).

The boys team hosts Franklin Central and Ronalli Monday. The girls squad is with New Castle at Anderson Thursday.

Girls tennis

Greenfield-Central 5, Warren Central 0

The Cougars won all five matches in straight sets, cruising to an away triumph Monday and improving to 2-2 in 2013.

Amelia Shepherd (No. 1 singles; 7-5, 6-4), Roos van Manen (No. 2 singles; 6-4, 6-2), Alli Frazier (No. 3 singles; 6-3, 6-1), Megan Morley/Calyn Pope (No. 1 doubles; 6-2, 6-1) and Sara Jones/Rachel Berish (No. 2 doubles; 6-2, 6-4) were the victors for G-C.

“I’m thrilled to death with my team and how they played from top to bottom. Today was a glimpse of what we are capable of if we continue to work hard and have a positive attitude,” G-C coach David Spencer said. “I’m especially thrilled with Amelia Shepherd, who played her best match of her career. She played with a lot of heart and left it all on the court.”

The Cougars’ JV team tied Warren 4-4. G-C is at Mt. Vernon Thursday.


Mt. Vernon 15, Beech Grove 1

Nine players reached base for the Marauders Monday in a five-inning contest at Beech Grove.

MV clubbed eight hits and walked 10 times against Hornet pitching.

Alex McMillan (3-for-4, three runs, three RBI), Troy Montgomery (2-for-4, triple, two runs, two RBI, stolen base), Brennen Fox (2-for-3, run, two RBI), Derek Barnett (two runs, RBI, three walks) and Christian Smith (two runs, RBI, two walks) were key cogs in the Marauder offense.

Wyatt Wills picked up the win for Mt. Vernon, throwing three scoreless innings and allowing two hits. He struck out two.

The Marauders (6-2) are at North Central (3-3) today.

Whiteland 13, New Palestine 6

The Dragons dropped a non-league tilt against the visiting Warriors Monday.

Whiteland scored all 13 of its runs in the final four innings.

Tylar Ledford started and took the loss for NP, throwing four innings and allowing six hits, five runs (all earned), walking one and striking out two.

Nick Butcher (2-for-4, run, triple, RBI), Nick Ulrey (2-for-4, two runs, two doubles, two RBI, stolen base), Cameron Clark (double, RBI, walk) and Andrew Rejer (hit, RBI) contributed offensively for the Dragons.

NP (5-4) is at Roncalli (2-0) at Wednesday. The Rebels beat the Dragons 8-3 in the Plainfield Semistate last June.


Greenfield-Central 5, Delta 0

Ashley Whitaker tossed a complete-game one-hitter, striking out 11 as the Cougars won their Hoosier Heritage Conference opener.

Whitaker was also 2-for-2 at the plate with an RBI. Cali Wheeler and Brittany Wasson added RBIs.

G-C (7-3) is at Rushville (0-4) Thursday.

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