Lancers open with sweep
Edinburgh opened its season Monday evening with a 25-15, 25-19, 25-19 home sweep of Jac-Cen-Del.
Warriors fall to Roncalli
Whiteland took a 1-0 defeat against Roncalli on Monday. Sydney Young scored the lone goal of the match for the Rebels off an assist from Kelly Grube.
Abby Genier posted the shutout in goal for Roncalli.
Braves pull out victory
Indian Creek rallied for a 3-2 win against Brown County in its season-opening match Monday.
Rafe Rayback was victorious at No. 3 singles for the Braves, who clinched the match by sweeping the two doubles points. Kyle Lime and Scott Russell won at No. 1, and the tandem of Cody Hart and Hunter Ankney prevailed at No. 2.
Trojans edge Artesians
Center Grove scored a one-shot win against No. 17 Martinsville on Monday, 175 to 176.
Lucy Young led the way with an even-par round of 37, while Lauren Pagel contributed a 42. Meg Fosnot (45) and Maddie Heineman (51) rounded out the scoring for the Trojans.
Woodmen defeated in Columbus
Greenwood lost a dual match against No. 3-ranked Columbus North at Harrison Lakes Country Club on Monday, posting a team score of 206.
Maecee Terhune finished with a 47 for the Woodmen, while Laila Stein shot a 51.
Franklin boys win Early Bird
Paced by a first-place finish from Joshua Campbell, the Franklin boys ran away from the field in the large-school division of the Blue River Early Bird Invitational in Shelbyville on Monday.
Campbell finished in 16 minutes, 35.4 seconds, more than 32 seconds ahead of Roncalli’s Nicholas Perkins. Andrew Bixler and Wyatt McCullough were third and fifth, respectively, for the Grizzly Cubs.
Greenwood’s Ethan Pine also landed in the top 10, placing eighth individually.
In the girls large-school meet, Franklin finished second behind Franklin Central. Freshman Lillian Lacy was fifth for the Grizzly Cubs, and Emma Treibic took sixth.
Anna Simons and Anna Subris of Greenwood Christian were ninth and 10th, respectively, in the small-school division.