Jay County beat South Adams 3-2. Gabbie Mann had two goals for the Patriots.
Blackford stopped Taylor 3-0 as Sidney Taylor, Allie Jennerjahn and Maggie Weeks-Foy scored goals.
Union County edged Burris 1-0. Shade Kirksey had nine saves for the Owls.
Central beat Logansport 4-2. Jessica Rowe and Sydney Clasby each scored two goals for Central.
Naja Chimbanda scored three goals to help Delta beat Shelbyville 6-0.
New Castle shut out Kokomo 3-0. Courtney Denney scored two goals for the Trojans.
Yorktown fell to Mt. Vernon 3-1. Beverly Brittingham scored the Tigers’ goal.
Burris beat Union County 4-0. Julius Hain had two goals for the Owls. Caelum Mroczek had a goal and an assist.
Central fell to Logansport 6-2. Chase Clasby and Andrew Dowdle each scored goals for the Bearcats.
No. 10 Delta went 3-0 to win the Kokomo Invitational. Joe Wegener won two matches at No. 3 singles and a match at No. 2 doubles. Alec Robillard picked up his first varsity win at No. 3 singles.
BOYS CROSS COUNTRY
Wes-Del won its division at the Blackford Invitational. The Warriors were led by Brandon Blackmer, who finished sixth with a time of 17:10.30. Wapahani finished fourth as a team, led by fourth-place finisher Drew Barber, who ran a time of 17:09.44. Burris’ Lucas Clay finished second with a time of 16:45.63, leading his team to a fifth-place finish. Monroe Central finished sixth, led by third-place finisher Chase Bly, who ran a time of 17:06.77. Winchester finished ninth, Shenandoah was 11th, Blue River took 13th and Daleville finished 15th. In the meet’s larger-school division, New Castle finished third as a team. The Trojans were led by Sam Willis, who finished fifth with a time of 16:46.96. Teammate Patrick Calvert finished 10th with a time of 17:10.44. Yorktown finished fifth as a team, led by fourth-place finisher Chris Lowry, who ran a time of 16:44.66. The Tigers’ Blake Collins finished sixth with a time of 16:52.05. Delta finished sixth, Central took seventh, and Jay County finished eighth.
Union City finished fourth at the Randolph Southern Invitational. The Indians’ Seth Fowler finished third with a time of 17:02.5. Southside finished sixth, led by Chance Tracy. Tracy finished 12th with a time of 18:25.6.
GIRLS CROSS COUNTRY
Delta’s Jenna Parsons finished second in her division at the Blackford Invitational, finishing with a time of 19:29.90. The Eagles finished sixth in the team standings. Jay County finished second, led by Megan Wellman, who finished seventh in 20:06.21. The Patriots’ Abigail Johnson finished eighth with a time of 20:17.50. Yorktown finished fourth, led by Sarah Hazen, who finished fourth in 19:50.61. Teammate Carly Trulock took fifth in 19:57.98. New Castle finished seventh and Central finished ninth. In the smaller-school division, Burris finished fourth. Jessica Bryzek paced the Owls, finishing fourth with a rime of 19:45.27. Teammate MaryKate Murphy finished 11th in 20:37.30. Monroe Central finished seventh, led by 15th-place finisher Makenzie Norris, who ran a time of 20:50.69. Wapahani finished ninth, Blue River took 10th, and Blackford finished 11th. Running as an individual, Wes-Del’s Kyleigh Blackmer finished 14th in 20:49.71.
Union City finished third at the Randolph Southern Invitational. The Indians were led by Alexi Bocanegra, who finished fourth with a time of 21:48.7. Teammate Ashley Waddups finished ninth with a time of 22:42.5. Randolph Southern finished fourth. The Rebels’ Tess Wise finished sixth with a time of 22:09.5.