High school roundup: West Lafayette girls tennis claims conference title

High school roundup: West Lafayette girls tennis claims conference title


High school roundup: West Lafayette girls tennis claims conference title


DELPHI – Behind four individual championships, West Lafayette ran away from the field for the Hoosier Conference girls tennis title.

The Red Devils got championships from Audrey Folta (No. 2 singles) and Miriam Frank (No. 3) and at both doubles positions, with Nikki Shiver and Rachel Berry claiming the No. 1 title and Rachel Wiese and Katie Sigurdson winning at No. 2.

Central Catholic’s Angela Tharp won the No. 1 singles championship.

Girls tennis

Hoosier Crossroads Conference

AVON – Harrison finished fifth behind Meghan Dinkel’s runner-up finish at No. 3 singles and a third-place showing by Madison vanFossen at No. 2.


Harrison 0-17

Taylor 1-7

After supplying little offense to support Jordan Doyle’s 11 strikeouts in a Game 1 loss, the Raiders pounded 16 hits in just four innings to run-rule the Trojans in Game 2.

Pitcher Nick Torres helped his own cause with a two-run homer in the first, Carter Bridge went 4-for-4 and Matt McConnell and Jake Lasky had three hits apiece for the Raiders (2-20), giving coach Pat Lowrey his 100th career win.

Catholic Classic

The Class A No. 2 Knights collected just six hits, including two from senior Ryan DeBoy, but built a 6-0 lead and hung on when Hayes Cronk recorded the final out for a save in a 6-5 win over Guerin.

Jackson Anthrop, Cowan Olinger and Coy Cronk all drove in runs for CC.

Andrew Hubertz hit a two-run double in the sixth to lead CC past Scecina for the tourney title, 9-6. DeBoy homered and drove in four runs.

Eagle Classic

Faith Christian claimed the championship of its own invitational with a 6-1 win over Grace Baptist Academy.

Dominick Emerson had three hits and four RBIs in a 16-0 win over Irvington Prep.

Westfield Invitational

WESTFIELD – West Lafayette split a pair of games, defeating Decatur Central 6-5 in its final at-bat. Brian Bangs went 3-for-4 and drove in two runs. Jack Erdman had two hits in a 4-2 loss to Westfield.

Frontier 3-20

Caston 0-3

FULTON – Hunter Gladish struck out 15 in a two-hitter and Brendon Gallinger had a two-run double for the Class A No. 1 Falcons (22-1) in the opener.

Jimmy Wood’s three-run homer and Austin Woolley’s four RBIs carried the Falcons in a Game 2 victory and a seventh straight conference title.

Seeger 16-12

Turkey Run 1-1

WEST LEBANON – The Patriots drilled nine doubles in a doubleheader sweep.

Jordan Stover and Zach Stitt each scored three runs and Jake Fell drove in three in Game 1 . Caleb Orahood pitched a three-hitter in the nightcap, and he and Steven Schall each had three RBIs.

Attica 19-11

Riverton Parke 2-3

CAYUGA – Wade Keller had a huge day, hitting a grand slam in each game of the doubleheader and going 2-for-3 with six RBIs in each. Austin Smyth was 5-for-7 and drove in seven runs for the Ramblers (14-8).

North Montgomery 12

Tri-West 1

LIZTON – Bryce Woodall pitched six innings, striking out seven, and hit a home run. Woodall, Mitch Rice, Jalen West, Maverick Bacon and Brinton Sieferman all drove in two runs for the Chargers (13-6).

Tri-County 3-10

South Newton 6-5

WOLCOTT – The Rebels got two hits from Cody Bryant in the opener, including a triple.

Skylar Sanders did the same in the second game to help the Cavaliers salvage a split.

Delphi 7-6

Tipton 0-1

TIPTON – Jason Sterrett struck out 19 batters in a one-hit shutout and added four hits in a doubleheader sweep.

Codey Sattler had three hits and drove in two runs, while earning the win in Game 2 for Class 2A No. 6 Delphi.

North White 6-9

Pioneer 1-3

MONON – Drake Fleck had five RBIs on the day and Colin Hileman scored three runs.


West Lafayette 16-7

Rensselaer 1-1

The Red Devils hit five home runs in a Hoosier Conference sweep. Devin Hainje hit one in the opener while Meghan Moody pitched a one-hitter.

Grace Palmieri, Sophie Shinn and Madison Welch all homered in the second game.

Eagle Classic

SOUTH BEND – – Katie Alberts had a game-winning RBI in the eighth inning of a 3-2 victory over South Bend Clay for McCutcheon’s lone win. Kerstyn Lowery and Haley Strong each homered for the Mavericks (14-10) in a 6-5 loss to South Bend Adams.

Bronchos drop two

Kaitlynn Moody went 2-for-3 in Lafayette Jeff’s 3-1 loss to Mishawaka and Connor Garrity doubled in a 6-2 loss to Western for the Bronchos (11-13).

Attica 0-10

Riverton Parke 10-3

CAYUGA – The Ramblers salvaged a split behind three RBIs each from Kaylynn Kirkpatrick and Alexis Burris.

Seeger 12-17

Turkey Run 2-4

WEST LEBANON – Kay Irvine had a big day for the Patriots (7-15), hitting a home run and three doubles.

Tri-County 12-22

North Judson 4-0

NORTH JUDSON – The Cavaliers had 29 hits in a sweep of the Blue Jays. Jessie LeBeau hit a home run and pitched a one-hitter in the opener.

Frontier 17

North White 2

CRAWFORDSVILLE – Brynleigh Jensen, Megan Doyle and Kattie Lee combined to go 13-for-13 with 10 runs and Abbie Mikesell drove in four runs in the Crawfordsville Invitational championship.


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