Delta suffered a 2-0 loss to Pendleton Heights. The Eagles’ Delaney McCaslin had nine saves.
Yorktown and Marion played to a 2-2 draw. Beverly Brittingham had both of the Tigers’ goals, with Katie Wolfert and Katelyn Stevens each providing an assist.
Delta’s Naja Chimbanda was named the Hoosier Heritage Conference Offensive Player of the Week after posting a hat trick against Shelbyville.
Delta’s Delaney McCaslin was named the Hoosier Heritage Conference Defensive Player of the Week. She posted her fourth shutout of the season last week.
No. 11 Delta defeated No. 15 Northeastern 4-1. The Eagles’ Alec St. John won his No. 1 singles match against Jacob Rankin 7-6 (7-0,) 6-4.
Central swept Shenandoah. The Bearcats’ Andrew Fox didn’t concede a game at No. 2 singles. Teammate Drake Clohessy won 6-0, 6-1 at No. 3 singles.
Yorktown beat Burris 4-1. The Tigers’ Ian Landwehr and Spencer Thomas each won their singles matches 6-0, 6-0. Burris’ Kevin Joe and Jameson King won their No. 1 doubles match.
Central fell to Westfield in five sets (21-25, 26-24, 22-25, 25-23, 15-13.) Jessica Helms had 30 digs for the Bearcats. Micah Leavell had 21 kills.
Yorktown’s Nicole Phillips was named the Hoosier Heritage Conference co-Offensive Player of the Week. She had 56 kills as the Tigers won five matches last week.
Delta’s Teaghan Dishman was named the Hoosier Heritage Conference Defensive Player of the Week for the second consecutive time. She had 90 digs and 16 aces to help her team win five matches last week.
Yorktown’s Jacob Preston was named Hoosier Heritage Conference Defensive Player of the Week after his 18-tackle performance against Greenfield-Central.
Delta lost 6-0 to Greenfield-Central on Tuesday.
Jay County defeated Wapahani 3-0 on Tuesday. Zane Shreve scored two goals for the Patriots.
Shenandoah defeated Tri 215-253 on Tuesday. The Raiders’ Breanna DeYoung and Haley Hudson each shot a 50 to share medalist honors.