High school sports roundup – April 29


Olympians upset Stars

BEDFORD — Columbus East scored a major upset Friday night, going on the road and shocking Class 4A No. 5 Bedford North Lawrence 8-2.

“We pretty much started hitting when we got off the bus,” East coach Rusty Brummett said. “We scored three runs in the first inning, and that set the tone for the ballgame, and we did a good job of not letting up.”

Kaitlin Wagner went 3 for 5 with a double, and Mady Foster went 3 for 5 for the Olympians (10-7). Kamryn Cantu went 2 for 4

Brooke Valles threw a four-hitter against the Stars (15-2). She struck out seven and walked two.

“It’s a big win for the program,” East coach Rusty Brummett said. “Brooke had a nice game. She was pitching out front a lot, and when you get out in front, you can use all of your pitches and keep them off balance.”


Panthers take third

JEFFERSONVILLE — Jennings County finished third Friday in a tri match at Jeffersonville Elks. Jeffersonville won with a 150 to 170 for Providence and 189 for the Panthers.

Austin Roscoe led Jennings with a 41. Justin Gasper and Adam Leach each shot 48, Bryce Kirchner and Joe Kelly each shot 52, Keegan Beal and Samson Miller each shot 56 and Connor Cook had a 60.


Trinity tops Eagles

SEYMOUR — Jake Moore threw a one-hitter and struck out 11 Friday to lead Trinity Lutheran to a 7-0 win against Jac-Cen-Del.

Kendall White had three hits and two RBIs for the Cougars (6-6). Sam Crick added two hits.

Braves blank Eagles

TRAFALGAR — Indian Creek limited Brown County to one hit Thursday in handing the Eagles a 10-0, five-inning defeat.

Noah Ryan had the hit for Brown County (3-12).


Panther girls lead

NORTH VERNON —Jennings County’s girls are in first place in their Big Blue Relays midway through the competition. The meet was suspended because of lightning, and it isn’t certain if it will be resumed.

Emma Shockley and Kalya Trusedell combined to throw a meet-record 73 feet, 4 1/4 inches to win the shot put. Alexis Harsh and Izzy Daugherty took the long jump (30-5 1/2) and Taylor Hamilton, Alana Daeger, Denza Simpson and Alexis Harsh captured the 4×100 relay (52.9 seconds). Emma McPeek, Marley Stearns, Patricia Henney and Ashley Heindel were leading the distance medley relay with two laps remaining when it was stopped because of lightning and were credited with the victory.

The Panther boys are in second place, six points behind Bedford North Lawrence. Jennings’ Doug Gerringer and Brady Shepherd won the shot put (86-7 1/2); and Dalton Craig, Ryan Gasper, Alex Hendrix and Franklin Sanders took the distance medley relay (11:10.2).

Cougars finish second

GREENSBURG — South Decatur’s boys and girls both finished second in a home tri meet Thursday.

Southwestern (Shelby) won the boys meet with 85 points to 66 for the Cougars and five for Edinburgh. Southwestern edged the South Decatur girls 63-60, and the Lancers finished with 18.

Taylor Best led the Cougar girls with wins in the 100 hurdles (21.8) and 300 hurdles (1:04.6). Stacy Fox took the 200 (29.3), and South Decatur captured the 4×100 relay (1:00.2).

Winners for the Cougar boys were Trent Nobbe in the 110 hurdles (16.7), Nick Benge in the 100 (11.8), Dylan Cowins in the 400 (53.8) and Brandon Malott in the 300 hurdles (42.2).

Trinity girls sixth

SALEM — Trinity Lutheran’s girls finished fifth, and the boys were seventh in Thursday’s Salem Invitational.

AJ Goecker led the Cougar boys with wins in the 1,500 (4:26.60) and 3,000 (9:32.10). Matthew McKay took the 110 hurdles (15.9).

Hailley Peters won the girls high jump (5-2).