Six different players scored as the New Palestine boys soccer team turned a 1-1 game at half into a 6-1 rout against visiting Yorktown Thursday.
Matt Ernster scored in the first half before Caleb Kramer, Bo Owens, Ben Richter, Sam Weber and Tyler Singleton found the back of the net in the second half of the Dragons’ Hoosier Heritage Conference opener.
Kramer added three assists.
“The boys found their rhythm and played some good soccer against Yorktown,” NP coach Bobby Holden said. “We scored six goals and were able to utilize six different players to score those goals.
“I’m very proud of the team and they should be proud of the great soccer they played tonight. Thanks to our amazing fan section for their support at the game.”
New Palestine (1-1, 1-0 HHC) welcomes Warren Central (1-0) today.
Cambridge City Lincoln 3, Eastern Hancock 0
The Royals were swept 25-18, 25-10, 25-20 in an away match Thursday.
Melissa Bedell had 13 kills and six digs. Eva Stephenson dished out 20 assists. Emily Reger tallied nine digs.
EH (0-2) is at the Union Modoc Invitational today.
Lawrence North 3, Mt. Vernon 0
The Marauders fell 25-15, 25-9, 25-13 to the host Wildcats Thursday.
For MV, Shelby Blair had three kills, Jaclyn Bulman recorded three kills and three digs and Mary Grace Ertel finished with five digs and four assists.
Mt. Vernon is at the Ritter Invitational today.
Eastern Hancock 221, Triton Central 260
The Royals’ Rachel Boaz shot a 52 and the Royals picked up a dual win Thursday.
Breanna Jones and Ryley Burkhart added 55s, while Hailey Carlton and Macy Fout both fired 59s.
EH and Knightstown are at Shenandoah Monday.
Noblesville 164, Fishers 186, Greenfield-Central 212
The Cougars dropped to 3-7 in 2013 following a dual meet loss Thursday.
Makenzie Fisk’s 38 paced Greenfield-Central.
Nicole Morley followed with a 55. Sarah Maloney (57) and Kim Miles (62) rounded out the Cougars’ scoring.
G-C hosts New Palestine and Franklin Central Monday.
Greenfield-Central 3, Ritter 2
The Cougars moved to 2-0 with close win Thursday.
Dakota Smith (No. 1 singles), Max Holtzclaw/Jake Kauth (No. 1 doubles) and Bailey Hull/Zach Wright (No. 2 doubles) won in straight sets, dropping just four games between them.
G-C hosts Rushville Monday.