No. 19 Jeffersonville and No. 22 Providence each turned in 5-0 sweeps of New Washington and Clarksville, respectively, Thursday to set up a sectional championship match between the top 25 teams Friday at 5 p.m.
New Washington managed wins in just four games against the Red Devils, while the Pioneers dominated Clarksville in similar fashion, as the Generals forfeited No. 2 Doubles.
No. 11 Floyd Central handled Salem in its sectional opener, winning No. 3 Singles by default en route to a 5-0 victory. The Highlanders take on Crawford County in the semifinals Friday.
Silver Creek and Borden will meet in the final of the Dragons’ sectional on Friday at 5 p.m.
Floyd Central claims Hoosier Hills Conference title: A Landon Campbell goal with less than three minutes remaining lifted Floyd Central to a win in its season finale at Madison. The victory clinched a conference title for the Highlanders, who improved to 5-0-2 in league play.
Floyd Central moves on to a sectional meeting with New Albany next week.
Silver Creek shuts out Austin: Silver Creek won its first Mid-Southern title Thursday behind an 8-0 win over Austin. Seven different players scored for the Dragons, who have lost just once this season.
Floyd Central girls rout Madison: Erin O’Farrell tallied a hat trick as the Highlanders controlled the Cubs on the road for their 13th win. Floyd Central finished the regular season a perfect 6-0-1 in conference play.
Providence girls blank Jeffersonville: Olivia Jenkins had two goals and Avery Stumler and Lauren Lindquist each added a score as the Pioneers blanked the Red Devils 4-0 to improve to 10-4-2.
Dragons turn in 9-0 rout of Charlestown: Silver Creek girls soccer got two goals and two assists from Maggie Day on the way to a blowout of Charlestown. The victory clinched a league crown for the Dragons.
New Albany sweeps Madison on senior night: Allyson Cathey had 17 kills and Sadie Meyer totaled 35 assists on her senior night as the Bulldogs swept the Cubs (26-24, 25-7, 25-22) Thursday.
Also a senior, Maddy Weber had eight kills and five digs in the win. The victory marks New Albany’s 20th on the year.
Providence makes quick work of Brownstown: Class 3A No. 2 Providence handled No. 12 Brownstown by way of a sweep (25-10, 25-12, 25-13) on the road Thursday night. The Pioneers are 22-4 on the season.
Floyd Central a winner over Jeffersonville: The Highlanders swept the visiting Red Devils (25-13, 25-16, 25-10) Thursday. It’s the third straight win for Floyd Central, which plays host to Kentucky power Assumption Monday.
Silver Creek stays hot in win over BNL: Class 3A No. 6 Silver Creek improved to 23-5 Thursday via a sweep of BNL (25-16, 25-14, 25-15). It’s the sixth straight win for the Dragons ahead of their season finale.