Volleyball: Pats sweep Rebels
LYNN, Ind. – Union County defeated Randolph Southern 25-10, 25-19, 25-11 Wednesday.
Ella Dils led the Patriots (14-7) with 16 kills, while Allison Kassens had 12 and Carlea Handley had 10.
Kassens also led the team with nine digs and had four aces.
Bella Pavey had four aces and 39 assists, while Handley, Pavey, Lauren Lester and Bailey Jenkins each added seven digs
The Patriots play in the Brebeuf Invitational on Saturday.
TV outlasts Bradford
BRADFORD, Ohio – Tri-Village defeated Bradford 24-26, 25-11, 25-22, 24-26, 15-11 Tuesday, improving to 6-1 in the Cross County Conference, 8-7 overall.
Heather Ferris had 24 digs, 20 kills and three aces for the Patriots, Krystal Falknor had 11 digs and 17 kills, Raya Mikesell had 27 assists and four aces and Rachel Ferris had 22 digs.
Tri-Village plays tonight at Arcanum.
JV score: Bradford won 2-0
Rockets rally to beat Lincoln
MODOC, Ind. – Union defeated Lincoln 22-25, 25-21, 25-21, 22-25, 15-11 Tuesday.
Courtney Kinnaman had 26 kills and 17 digs for the Rockets (17-7), DeAnn Kauffman 19 kills and 17 digs and Lisa Rodriguez had 49 assists and three aces, while Faithlan Ellis had three solo blocks.
“The girls played pretty well,” Union coach Crystal Key said by phone. “… It was nice to see them play hard and play well tonight, especially after coming out and losing that first set.”
Haley Hall had 14 service points, three aces and 29 digs for Lincoln (11-6), while Kristen Meal had 15 kills and 29 digs.
Union (17-7) hosts the Randolph County tournament Saturday, while Lincoln travels tonight to Knightstown in a match of ranked teams in Class 2A.
JV score: Lincoln 25-19, 25-9, is now 5-4; Shaila Dalrymple had 10 service points, three kills, and an ace; Alexis Meltzer had five kills, five aces; Richel Duffin had four kills.
Boys tennis: Falcons win
Dustin Detro, Avery Walker and Wes Martin had singles victories Wednesday for Winchester as the Falcons defeated TEC foe Hagerstown 4-1.
Arick Miller and Aaron Wallace won at No. 2 doubles, while Hagerstown’s Jonah McKissick and Joran Auker won at No. 1 doubles.
Hagerstown (8-6, 2-4) travels tonight to TEC foe Centerville.
SINGLES — No. 1 – Detro (WIN) def. Tinkle 1-6, 6-1, 6-2; No. 2 – Walker (WIN) def. Neal 6-0, 6-1; No. 3 – Martin (WIN) def. Arnold 6-1, 6-4.
DOUBLES — No. 1 – McKissick and Auker (HAG) def. Melton and Addington 6-0, 7-5; No. 2 – Miller and Wallace (WIN) def. Stevens and Hoover 6-4, 6-3.
JV- Winchester 2, Hagerstown 1; Austin Meyers (WIN) won at singles; Austin Bogue and Mason Melton (WIN) won at doubles.
Boys soccer: Bulldogs edged
CENTERVILLE, Ind. – Austin Stegner and Trevor Miller each scored Wednesday, but Centerville was edged 3-2 by Muncie Burris.
David Hatch had an assist for the Bulldogs, while goalkeeper Casey Crumbaugh had 20 saves in goal. The Bulldogs play Monday at Wapahani.
Cards fall 2-1
Knightstown defeated Seton Catholic 2-1 Wednesday.
Colten Pipenger scored Seton’s lone goal on a header. Seton (5-4-1) travels to Anderson Prep tonight.
Cross country: Tigers 3rd twice
CONNERSVILLE, Ind. – Hagerstown’s Hayley Rogers finished second at the Connersville Invitational Tuesday, leading the Tiger girls to a third-place finish while the boys also finished third, led by Mason Bledsoe’s sixth-place finish.
Seton Catholic’s Jacob Stamm was the individual boys’ winner, while Batesville’s Kelsey Gausman won the girls’ title.
Centerville’s Shelby Short finished third in the girls’ race, while Brandon Dillman was 15th to pace the boys.
Seton’s Sarah Hornak finished 17th.
Batesville won the girls’ team title, while South Dearborn won the boys’.
Hagerstown — 6. Bledsoe, 17. Davis, 22. Hicks, 25. Weesner, 30. Osborne, 31. Stitt, 35. Ritter
Centerville — 15. Dillman, Alvey, Keasling, Neeley, Cole.
Seton Catholic — 1. Stamm (17:17), 8. Brenneke.
Hagerstown — 2. Rogers, 11. Dick, 21. Denhart, 31. Willis, 32. Robinson, 35. Neal, 36. Gray.
Centerville — 3. Short, 12. Toschlog, Dillman, Steinfort, Hawk.
Seton Catholic — 17. Hornak.
Junior high sports: NE, Driver split
Northeastern’s seventh-grade volleyball team defeated Winchester Driver 25-5, 25-17 Wednesday, while Driver won the eighth-grade match 25-3, 25-19.
Morgan Benjamin served 24 points for Northeastern’s seventh-graders.
Northeastern hosts Lincoln on Monday.
Cardinal girls win
The Seton Catholic girls cross country team won the Tri-Village Invitational Tuesday, while the boys finished fifth.
Riley Wetzel finished third to lead the girls, while Jack Guiley led the boys with an eighth-place finish.