BLOOMINGTON — The Columbus East volleyball team had little trouble Tuesday night in rolling to a 25-18, 25-14, 25-19 win at Bloomington South.
Kendal Williams led the Olympians (15-4) with 27 assists and four aces. Cortney VanLiew pounded 12 kills, Kortney Thalls had three blocks, and AJ Pollert notched 13 digs.
VanLiew added 11 digs and two aces. Bailey Western recorded 10 kills and two blocks, and Katie Mack had eight kills and two blocks.
Jets roll against Cougars
HOPE — Class A No. 10 Hauser remained unbeaten in the Mid-Hoosier Conference with a 25-16, 25-17, 25-11 win against North Decatur
Brea Metz recorded 15 kills and two aces, and Alana Owen had 17 assists and two aces to lead the Jets (20-1, 7-0). Tannyr Davis notched three blocks, and Sydney Schoen had nine digs.
Maranda Knight pounded seven kills, while Schoen added four kills and 11 assists. Giles contributed three assists and seven digs and an ace; Owen recorded six digs and Knight and Taylor Henderson each had one block.
Columbus Christian falls
MARTINSVILLE — Columbus Christian fell to Martinsville Christian 25-11, 25-13 in a match that was shortened to best two-of-three.
Savannah Spurgeon led the Crusaders (6-6) with two digs and two aces. Hannah Lorimor and Lauren Hunnicutt each pounded four kills, Madison Henderson recorded seven assists, and Grace Lormior had two digs.
Panthers edged in five
NORTH VERNON — Jennings County pushed Madison to the limit before falling 20-25, 25-11, 25-12, 23-25, 15-12.
Carissa Kinney recorded six kills, 23 assists and two aces, Rayann Mull notched 21 digs and two aces, and Mary Leahigh contributed six kills and two aces to lead the Panthers.
Emma McPeek had four blocks. Sydney Brown added six kills, and Kinney recorded nine digs.
Trinity routs Lanesville
SEYMOUR — Trinity Lutheran had little trouble in rolling to a 25-9, 25-7, 25-11 win against Lanesville.
Haylee Barker pounded 10 kills, and Hayley Carter served five aces for the Cougars (13-8). Abby Hackman added seven kills, while Hailley Peters had five kills and Barker notched two aces.
Storm sweep Crush
The Northwest Indianapolis Storm thundered past the Columbus Crush homeschooled team 25-15, 25-9, 25-22 at First Christian Church.
Hannah Sabotin led the Crush (5-6) with four kills, three digs, a block and six aces. Aleeda McCracken had nine assists.
Dani McFall added four kills, two digs and three aces. Emily Walls had two kills and two aces.
North snaps streak
BATESVILLE — Batesville outshot Columbus North 12-7, but North pulled out a 1-0 victory to snap a six-game losing streak.
Baleigh Drum scored the goal for North (4-8-2) off an assist from Tanner Johnson in the 43rd minute.
Charlotte Verbanic recorded 10 saves.
Cougars edge Eagles
NASHVILLE — Greenwood Christian Academy jumped out to a 3-1 halftime lead and held on to hand Brown County a 4-3 loss.
Skyler Fleischman, Rachel Smith and Maddy Fields scored the goals for the Eagles. Kennedy Bruner and Fields had assists.
Bailee Robison recorded seven saves.
Panthers blank Eagles
NORTH VERNON — Jennings County scored three times in the second half to break a scoreless tie and post a 3-0 win.
Noah Seidle recorded five saves for the Eagles (5-7-2).
Cougars stop Spartans
SEYMOUR — Andrew Emily scored two goals on free kicks to give Trinity Lutheran a 2-1 win against Southwestern (Shelby).
The Spartans outshot the Cougars (6-7-2) 24-14. Cole Allman recorded 21 saves.
Jets sweep Yellow Jackets
MORRISTOWN — Hauser swept a dual at Morristown, winning the boys meet 23-34 and the girls scoring 15, while the Yellow Jackets were incomplete.
Owen Rush finished second in 18 minutes, 11 seconds for 5,000 meters (3.1 miles) to lead the Hauser boys. David Seelye took third in 18:49, Josh Adams was fourth (19:44), Austin Everroad fifth (19:44) and Hunter Albright ninth (21:34).
Naomi Gollmer led the girls with a third-place finish in 25:00. Maleah Bates took fourth in 25:37, while Abbey Ashbrook was fifth (29:29), Kristin Keith sixth (30:18) and Jada Asher seventh (35:32).
Seymour girls win
BATESVILLE — The Seymour girls scored 18 points to win the Batesville Invitational. Batesville finished second with 79.
Emma Brock won the race in 19:54 to lead the Owls. Ashton Chase took second in 19:55, while Oriana Morales was fourth (20:08), Megan Winter fifth (20:10) and Claire Loebker sixth (20:12).