High school sports roundup – November 20


Crusaders win twice

KNIGHTSTOWN — Columbus Christian won a pair of games in the Knightstown Hoosier Gym Shootout, beating Crosspointe Christian 58-22 Friday night and Heritage Hall 57-37 Saturday morning.

Friday, the Crusaders jumped out to a 40-8 halftime lead. Blake Barker led Columbus Christian with 15 points, and Lain Isley added nine.

Saturday, the Crusaders (3-0) jumped out to a 15-2 lead after one quarter and never looked back. Logan Roth scored 22 points, while Barker added 15 and Isley had 10.

“(Friday) night and today, we were a lot better defensively than we were Tuesday night (in the season opener),” Columbus Christian coach Kevin Roth said. “We felt a lot more comfortable and made better decisions. To come back and play the way we did today was good.”


Woodmen top Lancers

EDINBURGH — Edinburgh finished sixth in the Johnson County Tournament after a 49-34 loss to Greenwood in Saturday’s fifth-place game.

Sidney Beier and Allie Schooler each scored nine points to lead the Lancers (2-3). Bri Howard added eight.

South Decatur falls

South Decatur was tied with North Decatur 30-30 at halftime Saturday, but the Chargers pulled away in the second half for a 71-49 win.

Stacy Fox led the Cougars (1-6) with 16 points. Taylor Best added 15, and Madison Owens had 10.

South Decatur was coming off a 71-29 loss at Class 3A No. 6 Greensburg on Friday. Fox led the Cougars with eight points.

Trinity drops 2

SEYMOUR — Trinity Lutheran went overtime Saturday before falling to Crothersville 75-67. The Cougars are now 1-4.

On Friday, Trinity fell to Eastern Greene 52-35. Whitney Rogers scored 11 points, and Piper Acton added 10.

Knights topple Eagles

NASHVILLE — Northview jumped out to a 16-7 lead after one quarter Friday and went on to hand Brown County a 65-49 loss.

Ryanne Smith led the Eagles (2-3) with 11 points. Savannah Lovins added nine.


Eagles take 2nd

BATESVILLE — Brown County won four of its five duals Saturday to open its season with a second-place finish in the Batesville Super Six.

David Tucker, Bryce Denton, Levi Mullins, Job Lawson and Evan Bullock all went 5-0 for the Eagles.