Because new lights at LaRocca Field have not arrived, Central Catholic athletic director Tim Bordenet said that the Knights’ football season opener against Delphi will be moved to the Oracles’ Tony Berto Field.
Game time remains at 7 p.m.
Harrison 3, Benton Central 0
Kiley Banker put down 13 kills, and Brynn Roy enjoyed a big all-around night for the Raiders in their 25-10, 25-12, 25-8 victory.
Roy, the reigning Journal & Courier Big School Player of the Year, contributed 11 kills, 11 digs and seven aces. Sydney Garrett set up the Harrison offense with 22 assists.
Evonnie Payne had six kills and four blocks to lead the Bison (1-1).
West Lafayette 3, Attica 0
Sophie Shinn’s match-high 11 kills, set up by 33 assists from Devin Hainje, propelled the visiting Red Devils in their season opener.
West Lafayette’s service game had a big night, with Tess DeBruyn putting down four aces. Gabi Truitt, Katie Shively and Teagan Parker served three aces apiece.
Frontier 3, Lafayette Jeff 1
Savanna Harrison just about did it all for the visiting Falcons in their season opener with team-highs of 14 kills, 22 assists, four aces and four blocks.
Emma Dewitt added 10 kills, while Riley Woods and Shelbi Perry put down eight kills apiece. Setter Kylie Putt kept the offense rolling with 21 assists.
Emma Balensiefer had 15 assists and 10 digs for the Bronchos (0-2).
Madison Flanagan put up 24 digs, while Sam Preston and Viviana Carrillo each contributed a team-high six kills.
Carroll 3, Caston 0
Lauren Worl’s 13 kills and three aces helped the Cougars open successfully.
Freshman Grace Filbrun contributed 14 assists, and Elizabeth Eurit served five aces.
Rensselaer 3, Hebron 0
Strong play at the net lifted the host Bombers to a season-opening victory.
Maddie Gehring had 11 kills to go with six aces. Megan Dobson put down seven kills and six aces. Emily Barber and Ava Jackson contributed seven blocks apiece.
Clinton Central 3, Sheridan 0
Tenley Orr smacked nine kills on .533 hitting and also served nine assists for the Bulldogs in their opener.
Western Boone 3, Clinton Prairie 1
Jade Mulvaney had 10 kills for the host Gophers in their opener.
Rensselaer 3, Kankakee Valley 1
Chandler Gull’s corner kick goal gave the Bombers a 2-1 lead before halftime in a lightning-delayed game that was finally called in the second half.
Frankfort 3, Logansport 0
Freshman Alejandra Cruz scored all three goals, the first two on assists from Kristyn Webb.
Sofia Byrd earned the shutout in her first varsity start.