Rachel Stutz and Alyssa Osborn were both part of four victories to help lead the Greenfield-Central swimming and diving team to victory at the annual season-opening Kathy Dowling Invitational at the G-C pool Saturday.
Greenfield-Central won the four-team meet with 198 points. Oak Hill followed with 109. Centerville scored 85 and Warren Central 34.
Stutz won the 100-yard and 200-yard freestyle races. Osborn won the 200 individual medley and 100 breaststroke.
Both were part of a G-C sweep in the relay races. They joined Taylor Parsons and Cece Johnson to win the 200 medley relay and teamed with Johnson and Selah Vahle to win the 200 freestyle relay.
Johnson added a win in the 500 freestyle and Parsons won the 100 backstroke.
To complete the relay sweep, in the final race of the afternoon Katie Jennings, Kaylie Butler, Parsons and Vahle won the 400 freestyle relay.
The team, along with the boys squad, will swim at Franklin Central Tuesday.
G-C wins Rex Leavitt Invite
Greenfield-Central’s boys wrestling team went 5-0 in duals and won the Rex Leavitt Invitational at Elwood High School Saturday.
After wins over Alexandria (70-12), Elwood (71-9), Lapel (84-0) and Frankton (60-21), the Cougars defeated Delta in the championship match 40-27.
For the Cougars, Jett McGuire (120), JJ Harlow (132), Nate Miller (144), Kannon Zuber (150), Clay Guenin (190), Tristan Lanum (215), and Brayden Flener (285) all went unbeaten on the day.
Brayden Ayres (106), Garrett Sirosky (113), Dylan Luther (138), and Mason Thompson (165) all went 4-1. Silas Frye (175) and Gavin Phillips (157) were 3-2 and 2-3, respectively. Devon Foster (126) was 1-4.
Greenfield-Central wrestles at Pendleton Heights Wednesday.
New Pal 2nd, G-C 6th at BD Invitational
New Palestine’ was runner-up and Greenfield-Central placed sixth at the 24-team Ben Davis Girls Wrestling Invitational Saturday.
For the Dragons, Sydney DeLois (125) and June Wagner-Gilbert (135) each won individual titles.
Jillian Champ was runner-up to Wagner-Gilbert in the 135-pound class.
Ezra Wagner was third at 130 and Ella Morris placed fourth at 155.
For the Cougars, Asia Bowen (105) and Kylie Smith-Foster (110) won titles. Smith-Foster is unbeaten (12-0) on the season.
Jasmine Camacho (155) and Ella Harpold (170) each finished third.
Franklin Central won the meet with 170 points. New Palestine scored 140. Greenfield-Central had 97.
New Palestine wrestles Saturday at The Gobbler Invitational at Southport. Greenfield-Central wrestles at Pendleton Heights Wednesday.
MV routs Rushville
Mt. Vernon’s girls basketball team got off to a strong start and added to the lead after each quarter in a 49-28 victory over visiting Rushville Friday.
The Marauders (3-4) led by seven, 14-7, at the end of the first quarter. They extended the lead to double figures at halftime, 24-12, and led 39-21 heading into the final period.
DePaul signee Ellery Minch totaled 14 points, eight rebounds and five assists. Kanyonrae Kenny had 14 points, eight rebounds and three steals.
Easton Wampler added six points, four assists and four rebounds. Reagan Britt scored four points and grabbed six boards.
Rushville (2-3) was led in scoring by Leonie Boyer with 12 points.
Mt. Vernon is off until a Nov. 30 contest at Connersville (4-2).
The Marauders’ Saturday game at East Central, to avoid conflict of the East Central football team’s appearance in the Class 4A state championship game, was postponed to Jan. 4.