Woodmen just miss regional berth
Greenwood came up one stroke short of advancing to the regional round, placing fourth at the Mt. Vernon (Fortville) Sectional on Monday.
The Woodmen finished with a team score of 413, just back of Greenfield-Central, which took the third and final regional spot with a 412. Greenwood Christian placed 10th in its inaugural sectional appearance with a 521.
Maeci West led Greenwood with a round of 98.
Braves, Lancers wrap season
Indian Creek and Edinburgh finished up their 2016 season in the Bloomington North Sectional at Cascades Golf Course on Monday.
The Braves shot a 405 to place sixth, while the Lancers were seventh with a score of 420.
Jessi Button led Indian Creek with a 90, while Lauren Parsley added a 93. For Edinburgh, Makenzie Hill carded a 97 and Vanessa McManaway finished with a 99.
Grizzly Cubs sweep Braves
Franklin coasted past county rival Indian Creek on Monday, 5-0, sweeping the three singles points without dropping a game.
Noah Roberts, Jonah Rockey and Andy Bennett were all 6-0, 6-0 winners. In doubles, the No. 1 duo of Logan Snyder and Jake Rockey won by a 6-0, 6-1 count, while Josiah Rockey and Ethan Klemperer surged past Indian Creek’s Scott Russell and Bryce Waddell at No. 2, 5-7, 6-3, 6-2.
Edinburgh in MHC tourney
Carlos Pazmino rolled through his quarterfinal match and was on the cusp of winning his semifinal match when the opening day of the Mid-Hoosier Conference Tournament wrapped on Monday.
Pazmino had a 7-5,3-2 lead against Waldron’s Austin Swain. The match will be finished on Wednesday at 4:30 p.m.
Rebels advance in tournament
Roncalli edged Ben Davis, 3-2, on Monday to advance to the second round of the Marion County tournament.
Chad Ransburg and Bryson Meek posted victories at No. 2 and 3 singles, respectively, while the No. 2 doubles team of Caleb Spayd and Alex Payne picked up a straight-sets win as well.
Woodmen drop MSC clash
Greenwood suffered its first loss of the season on Monday, falling against Plainfield, 4-1.
The Quakers wrapped up a share of the Mid-State Conference title with the victory. Greenwood (9-1-1) will face Franklin on Wednesday.
Trojans manage draw
Kelli Hippenmeyer’s goal helped Center Grove salvage a 1-1 tie against Brownsburg on Monday.
The Trojans are 7-1-1 overall.
Chatard edges Roncalli
Despite goals from Courtney Reece and Josie Asher, Roncalli came up on the losing end of a 3-2 battle with Indianapolis rival Bishop Chatard on Monday.
Rebels fall in four
Roncalli came up a bit short on the road Monday, suffering a 25-23, 14-25, 22-25, 17-25 defeat at Perry Meridian.
Grace Hegwood led the Rebels with 21 kills and 30 digs.
Trojans drop match at home
Center Grove jumped out to a quick lead against Mt. Vernon, but saw the Marauders rally for a 18-25, 19-25, 25-21, 25-20, 15-12 victory on Saturday.
Freshman setter Madison Hammill led the way in the losing effort for the Trojans (11-7) with 10 kills, 28 digs and 49 assists.
Treibic leads Grizzly Cubs
Emma Treibic finished ninth individually to lead Franklin Community to a fifth-place standing at the FlashRock Invitational in Carmel on Saturday.
Also for the Grizzly Cubs, Alexandra Boardman placed 41st, Abby Burton 44th, Chloe Selking 45th and Caroline Riessen 57th.
Lenart earns weekly nod
Fresh off a three-goal week, Franklin women’s soccer junior Clare Lenart was named the HCAC Player of the Week, the third consecutive Grizzlies player to achieve the distinction.
Lenart had a goal and an assist in a 4-3 victory over DePauw on Sept. 14, Franklin’s first-ever win against a nationally ranked opponent.
Women’s golf finishes 2nd
The women’s golf team shot a season-best score of 338 during Sunday’s final round to take runner-up honors at the Rose-Hulman Invitational in Terre Haute.
The strong final round at Hulman Links Golf Course moved the Grizzlies from third place after the opening 18 holes.
Sophomore Keely Townsend led Franklin behind a career-best round of 79 strokes to tie for seventh-place individually with a 164 composite score. Senior Paige Lundy carded a season-best 80. Lundy finished in 11th place with a 166 score during the 36-hole event.
Junior Hannah White finished with a score of 87.