The Floyd Central girls’ cross country team placed three runners in the top five and cruised to the Hoosier Hill Conference title Saturday afternoon in Jennings County.
Lydia Kotowski paced the Highlanders with a second-place finish in 20:16.6. Alyssa Moore finished third at 20:25.7 and Madison Barner fourth in 20:43.6 as the Highlanders collected a meet-low 34 points.
New Albany was second with 74 points, and Seymour — led by individual champion Zoey Johnson in 19:18.9 — finished third with 98.
In the boys’ race, Bedford North Lawrence had five runners in the top 15 to win the championship. The Stars’ Arthur Cross-Najafi won the boys’ individual title in 16:34.7.
Chesterton’s Kelly Grassel repeated as individual champion, and No. 1-ranked Yorktown claimed the team title in the IHSAA Girls’ Golf State Final at The Legends Golf Club in Franklin.
Grassel fired a 69 in Friday’s opening round and had a 68 in Saturday’s second round for a 137 total, a 36-hole state finals record.
Yorktown tallied a 625 on the team side, fending off Carmel (639) and Noblesville (651).
Madison sophomore Amanda Detmer was the top local finisher. She shot a two-round 144 and tied for sixth place.
Floyd Central junior Eliza Hudson carded a 167 over the two-day event and tied in 47th.
Friday’s late football
* West Washington 49, Crawford County 0: Quarterback Cody Maudlin threw four touchdown passes and rushed for another TD to lead the visiting Senators (4-3, 2-2 Patoka Lake Athletic) over the Wolfpack (0-6, 0-4).