Local roundup – May 8


Lancers fall at Rushville

Edinburgh mustered just three hits in five innings Monday on the way to a 10-0 defeat at Rushville.

Gabe Wilson, Tavian Cosby and Kyle Armel had the Lancers’ hits.

Girls tennis

Trojans edged by Irish

In a battle of state powers, third-ranked Center Grove was handed a narrow 3-2 defeat at No. 2 Cathedral on Monday.

The Trojans swept the doubles points, with Isabella Schoolcraft and Cassidy Hardin winning in straight sets at No. 1 and Carleigh Hardin and Ellie Strube doing the same at No. 2. The Irish, though, took all three singles matches to claim the victory.

Doubles teams win league titles

Mooresville picked up the team title at the Mid-State Conference championships, but Johnson County ruled the doubles action, with local duos winning league titles in both slots.

Greenwood’s Alyssa Roscoe and Molly Jacobs, the top seed at No. 1 doubles, capped their run through the bracket with a straight-sets victory in Monday’s final. At No. 2 doubles, the Franklin pair of Allison Bennett and Rachel Pinnick claimed the crown.

Lancers fall to Southwestern

Despite a straight-sets win at No. 1 singles from Allie Schooler, Edinburgh came up short against Southwestern (Shelby) on Monday, 4-1.

Braves fall in WIC playoff

Playing for third place in the Western Indiana Conference playoffs, Indian Creek fell 5-0 to Sullivan on Monday.

Rebels blank Falcons

Roncalli breezed past Perry Meridian on Monday 5-0 to improve to 12-2 overall on the year.

Boys golf

Grizzly Cubs top Woodmen

Led by a round of 67 from junior Javan Johnson, Franklin won an 18-hole showdown with county rival Greenwood on Monday, outscoring the Woodmen by a 301-326 margin.

Matt Jordan added a 73 for the Grizzly Cubs.

Trojans cruise past Mooresville

Center Grove opened its week with a victory against Mooresville on Monday, shooting a combined 147 to win by 18 strokes.

Edinburgh finishes third

Hosting Mid-Hoosier Conference rivals Hauser and North Decatur at Timbergate on Monday, Edinburgh wound up in third place with a team score of 228. Hauser’s total of 187 was good for the win.

Bladen Hancock paced the Lancers with a round of 47.