Olympians pick up win No. 20

Columbus East picked up its 20th win of the volleyball season Thursday night with a 25-21, 25-14, 25-22 victory against Roncalli.

Cortney VanLiew led the Olympians (20-4) with 13 kills and 19 digs. Kendal Williams recorded 29 assists, Bailey Western had three blocks and Kortney Thalls served three aces.

Katie Mack notched 10 kills and 13 digs, while AJ Pollert had 18 digs. Western pounded nine kills, Brooke Statler added two blocks and Williams and Brooke Banister each served two aces.

Bull Dogs fall in four

Columbus North pulled out a win in the third set, but Franklin recovered to finish off a 25-23, 25-20, 23-25, 25-15 victory.

Avery Wendel led the Bull Dogs (8-20) with 11 kills and four blocks. Maliah Howard-Bass recorded 20 assists, Mackenzie Rooks notched 18 digs and Grace Sonderman served three aces.

Anne Marie Kiel pounded six kills, while Hannah Weaver added five kills and Hannah McKinney had 12 assists and two aces and Imani Guy and Augustina Fainguersch each recorded three blocks. Wendel notched nine digs, while Sonderman added eight digs and Howard-Bass had four kills two blocks and eight digs.

Lancers sweep Braves

TRAFALGAR — Edinburgh clinched at least a tie for second place in the Mid-Hoosier Conference with a 25-15, 25-16, 25-15 win at Indian Creek.

The Lancers (19-8, 7-1) can still claim a share of the MHC title if they win Monday against Eastern Hancock and Hauser loses Monday at Waldron.

Seymour-Bloomington South

SEYMOUR — Seymour rallied from a two-set deficit to pull out a 15-25, 22-25, 27-25, 25-23, 15-12 win against Bloomington South.

Emilee Pollmann led the Owls with 17 kills and three aces.


Owls move into final

Seymour blanked Madison 3-0 to move into Saturday’s Columbus North Sectional final against Columbus East.

Maria Cerda, Andrea Ferrer and Marie Lenart scored goals for the Owls (7-8-4). Katie O’Mara, Cerda and Elizabeth Davis had assists.

Seymour outshot the Cubs 32-0.

Raiders oust Cougars

LAWRENCEBURG — Maddie Roark scored on a penalty kick, but that was Trinity Lutheran’s lone goal in a 4-1 loss to South Ripley in the semifinals of the Lawrenceburg Sectional.

The Raiders outshot the Cougars (8-8) 18-6. Hailley Peters recorded three saves.