Roundup: Harrison soccer seniors celebrate big win

Roundup: Harrison soccer seniors celebrate big win


Roundup: Harrison soccer seniors celebrate big win




Harrison will take the West Division’s top seed into this weekend’s North Central Conference boys soccer tournament thanks to a big senior night victory.

Nathan Beeler, one of the 12 seniors honored, celebrated with three goals in the 10-1 victory over Logansport on Tuesday.

Nathan Campbell and Jakub Hall each had a goal and an assist for Harrison (10-1-1). The Raiders’ senior class is 27-3-3.

“There are not enough words to describe what these seniors mean to this program,” Harrison coach Bryan Clouse said. “I have been doing this 15 years as a head coach. You hate to compare groups to other groups but they are up there with some of the best guys and best teams I have coached. They truly do this as a team. There is not an individual guy out there.”

West Lafayette 3

Frankfort 0

Jacob Maule recorded seven saves in a shutout.

Maule was backed by Red Devil goals from Trevor Paul, Jason Haehl and David Bell.

Bethesda Christian 2

Faith Christian 1

Max Swan scored off a Cole Algood pass in the first half, but the Eagles (1-6-2) surrendered the winning goal with a minute to play.

Covington 9

Benton Central 0

Ollie Pettit scored twice during a six-goal first half for the Trojans (10-1).

Ethan Engle also scored two goals, and Carson Keller assisted on three goals.


West Lafayette 3

Seeger 0

Emily Brose’s 23 assists set up a balanced hitting attack in the Red Devils’ 25-12, 25-13, 25-9 victory.

Tess DeBruyn posted a team-high eight kills, and Alex Deryn had seven to go with two blocks. Brose completed her double-double with 10 digs.

Madison VanHorenbeck added a team-best seven blocks and five kills for the Red Devils (16-5).

Faith Christian 3

Caston 0

Liz Gardner knocked down a match-high 17 kills in the Eagles’ 25-15, 25-18, 25-17 victory.

Lyndsey Smith added 8 kills, while Lexi Schnarr served three aces. Madi Schultz’s eight digs led the Faith Christian defense.

Kokomo 3

Lafayette Jeff 2

Abney Trout nearly helped the Bronchos pull off the upset, pulling up 12 digs and bashing seven kills, both team highs.

Twin Lakes 3

Benton Central 0

Kassie Hunt had 12 kills and four blocks to lead the Indians to a 25-18, 25-20, 25-10 Hoosier Conference victory.

Mackenzie Poore set up the offense with 17 assists, and Danielle Gaumer collected 14 digs for Twin Lakes (6-10, 2-3).

Kelsey Minnear posted a double-double of 12 assists and 10 digs for Benton Central (12-6). Kayla Schulttenhofer knocked down seven kills.

Frontier 3

Rossville 0

Emma DeWitt put up a match-high 13 kills, while teammate Riley Woods posted 11 kills on .474 hitting and served four aces in the Falcons’ 25-9, 25-14, 25-18 victory.

Savanna Harrison served 11 aces, pounded out seven kills and recorded three solo blocks for Frontier (17-2).

North White 3

Delphi 0

Maci Heimlich served 18 points and two aces to help the Vikings sweep 25-18, 25-18, 25-16.

Audrey Minix’s 14 digs led a strong defensive effort that included 13 digs from Kariden Maple and 11 by Heimlich. Hannah Ball’s seven kills led the attack for North White.

Covington 3

South Newton 0

Brooke Ahrens’ double-double of 11 kills and 17 digs, along with four aces, sends the Trojans into Saturday’s Bi-County tournament with a 19-2 record.

Madison Karrfalt set up the attack with 16 assists. Courtney Root slammed home nine kills, while Macie Cooper collected five blocks and two kills.

Logan Glassburn had 11 kills for South Newton (12-9).

Attica 3

Turkey Run 0

Karissa Pluimer led the Red Ramblers offense with 12 kills, set up by Alexis Burris’ 18 assists.

Olivia Nunnally and Emma Cole combined to serve 26 points in the 25-23, 25-22, 25-21 victory. Nunnally also had five kills, while Burris and Cole contributed four each.

Rensselaer 3

North Judson 1

Maddie Gehring’s 10 kills led the Bombers in a 23-25, 25-23, 26-24, 25-19 victory.

Maddie Barber and Emily Barber each had eight kills and Lilly Martin seven for Rensselaer.


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