Girls golf: Tigers complete undefeated TEC dual schedule
HAGERSTOWN, Ind. – Jess Denhart earned medalist honors with a 39 and Hagerstown completed an undefeated season in Tri-Eastern Conference duals with a 171-252 win over Tri High Thursday at Hartley Hills Golf Course.
Shelly Shafer shot 41, Amanda Thackrey 45, Olivia Houck 46 and Michaela Bledsoe 47.
The Tigers (13-0, 5-0) play at the TEC tournament on Saturday.
Hagerstown (171) — Denhart 39, Shafer 41, Thackrey 45, Houck 46, Bledsoe 47, Rhoades 46, Matanich 55, Smith 55.
Raiders down Bulldogs
Shenandoah defeated Centerville 224-238 on Thursday.
Kyleigh Uhl and Maggie Curts each shot 57 to lead the Bulldogs.
Centerville (238) — Uhl 57, Curts 57, Wright 62, Weaver 62, Day 65.
Shenandoah (224) — DeYoung 50, Coers 55, Truitt 59, Peoples 60, Hudson 61.
Golden Eagle is medalist
NEW CASTLE, Ind. – Ashley Eblen shot 44 to earn medalist honors Thursday as Lincoln finished third in a tri-match at Memorial Golf Course in New Castle.
Daleville won with a 213, Blue River shot 232 and Lincoln 242.
The Golden Eagles compete at Saturday’s TEC tournament.
Lincoln (242) — Eblen 44, Merida 63, Patterson 65, Harmeyer 70.
Winchester 3rd at tri
Beth Redmond shot 55 as Winchester finished third in a tri-match Thursday against Blackford and South Adams.
Sydney Willis was medalist with a 41 as her Blackford won with 187, South Adams shot 208 and Winchester carded 240.
The Falcons host the TEC tournament on Saturday.
Winchester (240) — Harris 61, Redmond 55, Love 67, Pegg 59, Rush 65.
Volleyball: Cardinals down Knights
FOUNTAIN CITY, Ind. – Seton Catholic defeated Northeastern 23-25, 25-18, 25-18, 25-22 on Thursday.
Maggie Lahmann and Julia Reichley each had 11 kills for the Cardinals, Maleiah Thompson had 26 digs and seven aces and Abby Dargie had 36 assists.
Kaitlyn Shaffer had 12 kills for Northeastern, with Emily Loden adding eight kills and eight blocks and Michaela Barker contributing 31 digs and five aces.
“We had a lot of hits, and they dug some stuff up. They made some great saves,” said Northeastern coach Jerry Middleton.
Seton (5-4) plays host to Tri-Village today. Northeastern (4-6) plays Saturday in the Monroe Central Invitational.
JV score: Seton Catholic won 25-19, 25-20; Kaylee Cox had three kills and three aces for Seton; Kelsey Martin had seven assists.
Daleville outlasts Union
DALEVILLE, Ind. – Daleville outlasted Class A No. 9 Union 23-25, 25-14, 23-25, 25-19, 15-11 Thursday.
Daleville is also receiving votes in the Class A poll.
Courtney Kinnaman had 24 kills for the Rockets (10-5, 1-2), Lisa Rodriguez had 40 assists and DeAnn Kauffman had three aces and a team-high 36 digs and Faithlan Ellis had two blocks.
Union plays Saturday at the Monroe Central Invite.
South tops Trail
WEST ALEXANDRIA, Ohio – Twin Valley South defeated National Trail 25-15, 25-16, 25-13 in Cross County Conference action on Thursday.
National Trail (3-12, 2-3) plays Monday at Northridge.
JV score: Twin Valley South won 25-19, 25-11.
Boys soccer: Spartans stop Bulldogs
CONNERSVILLE, Ind. – Logan Neukam scored three goals for Connersville on Thursday in a 10-1 win over Centerville.
The Spartans (8-2) play host Saturday to Rushville. Centerville plays Monday at Franklin County.
Union County and Delta tied 2-2 on Thursday.
Cody Volz scored both goals for the Patriots, with Matt Carman and Emilio Aquino adding assists.
Austin Harrison had 10 saves for UC.
Craig Heyob scored twice on Thursday as Seton Catholic halted Horizon Christian 4-3.
Nolan Hannah and Charlie Stiens also scored for the Cardinals (4-2-1), with Maria Stiens, Colten Pipenger, Nolan Hannah and Brady Gray adding assists.
Seton (4-2-1) play host Wednesday to Indianapolis Metropolitan.
Girls soccer: Bulldogs fall to Trojans
CENTERVILLE, Ind. – New Castle defeated Centerville 7-0 Thursday.
Sophie Neher had 15 saves for the Bulldogs (3-4-1).
Centerville (3-4-1) plays Monday at Franklin County.
Boys tennis: Knights remain perfect
FOUNTAIN CITY, Ind. – IHSTeCA No. 24-ranked Northeastern improved to 4-0 in the Tri-Eastern Conference and 8-0 overall with a 5-0 sweep over Tri on Thursday.
The Knights also defeated TEC foe Union County 5-0 Wednesday.
Jacob Rankin, Grant Esposito and Shane Stiner won singles matches both days, while Craig Dingwerth teamed with Corey Dingwerth in winning at No. 1 doubles against Union County, and was joined by Ryan Wogoman in a No. 1 doubles win over Tri.
Wogoman and Levi Vick won at No. 2 doubles against Union County, while Corey Dingwerth teamed with Broc Hornung in winning at No. 2 doubles against Tri.
The Knights play at Greenwood and at No. 8 Guerin Catholic on Saturday.
Northeastern 5, Union County 0
SINGLES — No. 1 – Rankin (NE) def. Miller 6-0, 6-0; No. 2 – Esposito (NE) def. Pinney 6-0, 6-0; No. 3 – Stiner (NE) def. Kibbey 6-0, 6-0.
DOUBLES — No. 1 – Co. Dingwerth and Cr. Dingwerth (NE) def. A. Stansberry and D. Stansberry 6-0, 6-0; No. 2 – Vick and Wogoman (NE) def. Hartman and Robinson 6-0, 6-0.
Northeastern 5, Tri 0
SINGLES — No. 1 – Rankin (NE) def. Proctor 6-1, 6-0; No. 2 – Esposito (NE) def. Marshall 6-1, 6-1; No. 3 – Stiner (NE) def. Cateel 6-0, 6-1.
DOUBLES — No. 1 – Cr. Dingwerth and Wogoman (NE) def. Pew and Rust 6-1, 6-1; No. 2 – Co. Dingwerth and Hornung (NE) def. Jessup and Niessen 6-0, 6-1.
Bulldogs win twice
WINCHESTER, Ind. – Centerville improved to 2-0 in the Tri-Eastern Conference with a 5-0 victory over Winchester Thursday, a day after also beating Connersville 5-0.
Adam Spencer, Brady Wagenknecht and Michael Ferguson each had two singles wins for the Bulldogs (6-2, 2-0), while David Miller and Justyn North won twice at No. 1 doubles and Craig Lair and Matt Stamper did the same at the No. 2 doubles flight.
Centerville 5, Connersville 0
SINGLES — No. 1 – Spencer (CEN) def. Matthews 6-0, 6-0; No. 2 – Wagenknecht (CEN) def. Beckner 6-2, 6-0; No. 3 – Ferguson (CEN) def. Zarate 6-2, 6-2.
DOUBLES — No. 1 – Miller and North (CEN) def. Bailey and Jackson 6-1, 6-0; No. 2 – Lair and Stamper (CEN) def. Jones and McCann 6-1, 6-0.
Centerville 5, Winchester 0
SINGLES — No. 1 – Spencer (CEN) def. Detro 2-6, 6-2, 7-6 (11-9); No. 2 – Wagenknecht (CEN) def. Walker 6-3, 6-4; No. 3 – Ferguson (CEN) def. Martin 6-1, 6-0.
DOUBLES — No. 1 – Miller and North (CEN) def. Melton and Addington 6-0, 6-4; No. 2 – Lair and Stamper (CEN) def. Miller and Wallace 6-2, 6-3.
Tigers get TEC win
HAGERSTOWN, Ind. – Ben Tinkle and Nick Arnold won at singles for Hagerstown on Thursday as the Tigers topped TEC foe Union County 4-1.
Jonah McKissick and Jordan Auker won at No. 1 doubles for the Tigers, while Henrik Stevens and Evan Hoover did the same at No. 2. Devin Pinney won at No. 2 singles for the Patriots.
SINGLES — No. 1 – Tinkle (H) def. Miller 6-0, 6-3; No. 2 – Pinney (UC) def. Neal 6-3, 6-3; No. 3 – Arnold (H) def. Kibbey 6-0, 6-1.
DOUBLES — No. 1 – McKissisk and Aucker (H) def. A.Stansberry and D.Stansberry 6-2, 6-0; No. 2 – Stevens and Hoover (H) def. Hartman and Robinson 6-1, 6-2.
JV-Union County won 3-0.
Lincoln takes TEC win
CAMBRIDGE CITY, Ind. – Lincoln halted TEC foe Union City 5-0 on Thursday.
Kyle Richardson, Austin Merida and Eric Underwood all won at singles for the Golden Eagles. Evan Underwood and Brady Kissick won at No. 1 doubles, while Gus Rihm and Jacob Kissick did the same at No. 2.
Lincoln (6-2, 2-1) is at the Rushville Invitational on Saturday.
SINGLES — No. 1 – Richardson (LIN) def. Weiss 6-0, 6-0; No. 2 – Merida (LIN) def. Gundlach 6-1, 6-0; No. 3 – Er.Underwood (LIN) def. Smith 6-0, 6-1.
DOUBLES — No. 1 – Ev.Underwood and B.Kissick (LIN) def. Cline and Root 6-0, 6-0; No. 2 – Rihm and J.Kissick (LIN) def. Kearns and Thornburg 6-0, 6-1.
JV-Lincoln won 1-0.
Junior high sports: Knights, Cards take county
Jenna Barker won the girls race in 11:35.5, leading Seton Catholic’s cross country team to the Wayne County girls team title Thursday at IU East, while Hagerstown’s Kaleb Slagle won the boys race in 10:09.2 and Northeastern won the boys team title.
In the boys standings, Hagerstown was second, Seton Catholic third, Richmond fourth, Lincoln fifth and Centerville sixth.
Hagerstown’s girls finished second, Centerville third, Lincoln fourth, Richmond fifth and Northeastern was incomplete.
PARKER CITY, Ind. – Monroe Central handed Northeastern its first defeat of the season in eighth-grade volleyball 25-16, 25-8 Thursday, while the Golden Bears also won the seventh-grade match 25-7, 25-10.
Northeastern’s eighth grade is now 3-1 and the seventh-graders fell to 0-4.
Northeastern travels Monday to Test.
Hagerstown defeated Test Middle School 25-17, 23-25, 15-7 Thursday in seventh-grade volleyball action.
Linsey Retherford led the Tigers with 27 points, Abby Dale had 13, Madalyn Banta eight and Kaelynn Shultz seven.
Bulldogs, Indians split
Peyton Hobson scored twice and Dylan Benedict added one touchdown as Centerville defeated Union City 24-8 in seventh-grade football action.
Benedict connected with Konner Duncan and Jared Rasner on a pair of PATs. Hobson had nine tackles and Chris Pritchett had five tackles for a loss.
Union City won the eighth-grade game 42-12.
Michael Brewer ran in a score for the Bulldogs and connected with Ryan Tincher on another. Devin Dixon and Cole Cooper led the defense with six tackles apiece.
Cards down Rockets
Seton Catholic’s seventh-grade volleyball team defeated Union 25-13, 25-15 Wednesday, while the eighth-graders also won 25-19, 25-14.
Taylor Haager led the Cardinal seventh-graders with eight service aces, Fayth Hill had four and Gina Chimenti, Grace Deitsch, and Anna Schmidt all added three.
For the eighth-graders, Bekah Johnson had five digs and four kills, Sarah Dickman had three kills and two blocks and Hannah Reimsnyder had 10 assists.
Seton’s eighth-graders also defeated Hagerstown 25-19, 25-13 on Tuesday.
Rita Deitz had five kills, Reimsnyder 10 assists and Johnson three kills and three aces.
Patriots down Tigers
Union County defeated Hagerstown 34-0 in junior high football Wednesday.
Derek Dearth had two rushing touchdowns and kicked two extra points for the Patriots, while Tucker Coffman also ran in a score. Blake Fields had five completions, including a touchdown pass to Ryan Hensley, and Fields threw a 2-point conversion to Cameron Donovan, who also had an interception on defense for UC. Cameron Purtha had an interception for the Tigers.
In the fifth quarter for the seventh-graders, Ryan Golliher scored on a 59-yard run and Mason Hicks ran in the PAT.
Zack Sherrow had an interception.