Local roundup – August 17


Braves sweep Waldron

Indian Creek cruised past Waldron in straight sets Tuesday, 25-10, 25-15, 25-12.

Malea Brownfield served up nine aces and had 12 assists for the Braves (2-2). Madison Simmons had eight kills, while Taylor Burkett had seven and Morgan Hogue added six.

Rebels fall to Wildcats

Roncalli dropped a five-set heartbreaker to Lawrence North on Tuesday, 25-15, 21-25, 29-27, 25-27, 13-15.

Lauren Fey led the Rebels in defeat with 45 assists and 16 digs.

Boys soccer

Whiteland routs Speedway

Two goals and an assist from Shawn Sullivan helped propel Whiteland to a 5-0 win against Speedway on Tuesday.

Isaac Couch, Gil Gallegos and Rishan Gill also found the net for the Warriors (1-0), while Caleb Sanders recorded five saves to preserve the shutout. Whiteland faces Plainfield tonight in its conference opener.

Girls soccer

Woodmen avenge sectional upset

Kayla Rance scored all four goals and Maddie Moan finished with a clean sheet in goal as Greenwood topped Martinsville 4-0 in its season-opener Wednesday.

The Artesians had eliminated the Woodmen from sectional play last fall with a 1-0 upset victory at Franklin.

Trojans rout Falcons

Led by a three-goal effort from Megan Perry, Center Grove picked up its first victory of the year against Perry Meridian on Wednesday 4-0.

Isabelle Andersen scored the other goal for the Trojans (1-1), who got two assists from Kailee Joseph. Ella Thompson and Kelti Wise split the shutout.

Warriors drop league contest

Whiteland suffered a 5-3 home loss Wednesday against Mid-State Conference rival Plainfield.

Rebels fall to Warren

Despite a goal from Sydney Young, Roncalli came up on the short end of a 3-1 match against Warren Central on Wednesday.

Boys tennis

Warriors win two straight

Whiteland earned a second straight win Wednesday, defeating Ben Davis, 5-0. Quinten Gillespie, Caleb Scott and Garrison Pelfree swept the singles points, while the doubles wins came from the teams of Cory Ulrich and Eric Robertson at No. 1 and Lane Stevenson and Madison Laugle at No. 2.

On Tuesday, three-set wins from Gillespie and Pelfree helped the Warriors to a 3-2 win against New Palestine. Scott was also a singles winner.

Grizzly Cubs earn 2 victories

Franklin claimed victories on back-to-back days, topping Shelbyville 4-1 on Wednesday after beating Southport 5-0 on Tuesday.

Jonah Rockey and Logan Snyder were perfect in the top two singles slot, with Jackson Klem adding a win at No. 3 against the Cardinals. In doubles, Josiah Rockey and Ethan Klem won twice at No. 1, while Corbin Burton and Andy Bennett did the same at No. 2.

Rebels blank Scecina

Roncalli swept its way to a 5-0 victory at Scecina on Wednesday. Bryson Meek, Alex Payne and Austin Schofield swept the singles points for the Rebels (2-0).

Caleb Spayd and Jacob Perez were victorious at No. 1 doubles, and the tandem of Garrett Meek and Tyler Pollard won at No. 2.

Girls golf

Lancers get past Braves

Edinburgh earned a road win against Indian Creek at Tameka Woods Golf Course on Wednesday, 205 to 222. Vanessa McManaway led the way for the Lancers with a 44, while Savannah Kellams and Kierra Richards shot 52 and 53, respectively.

The Braves got a 52 from Jaqui Button and a 53 from Lauren Parsley.

Woodmen edged by Olympians

Columbus East handed Greenwood a slim 204-206 defeat Wednesday afternoon.

Taylor Watson paced the Woodmen with a 46, while Maecee Terhune finished at 50.

Fishers too much for Trojans

A 2-under-par 33 by Morgan Lewis helped Fishers top Center Grove on Wednesday, 141 to 169.

Lucy Young, Meg Fosnot and Maddie Heineman each shot a 42 for a balanced Center Grove squad, while Lauren Pagel was one stroke back at 43.