Volleyball player among elite

Staff Reports

Megan Tracy of Columbus will miss the first week of school this week, but for good reason.

The seventh-grader at St. Peter’s Lutheran has been selected for the USA Volleyball National High-Performance Program in Las Vegas. She will represent the Hoosier Region.

Tracy will leave for Las Vegas on Tuesday. The elite training program is Wednesday through Saturday.


Club Olympia takes 18th

Club Olympia, with four middle-school and high-school swimmers going against college teams, finished 18th overall and 14th in women’s scoring in last weekend’s Indiana Senior State Long Course Championships at Purdue.

Rachel Sabotin was the meet’s top 15-year-old scorer. She finished seventh in the 800- and 1,500-meter freestyle events, 12th in the 400 freestyle and 400 individual medley, 16th in the 200 freestyle and 22nd in the 200 butterfly.

Olivia Morlok finished ninth in the 1,500 freestyle, 13th in the 800 freestyle, 27th in the 400 freestyle, 53rd in the 200 freestyle and 55th in the 200 butterfly and 400 IM.

Erica Samuel finished 43rd in the 1,500 freestyle, 45th in the 800 freestyle, 91st in the 400 freestyle and 97th in the 200 freestyle.

Nalanie Cortez, the youngest swimmer in the meet at age 12, finished 37th in the 800 freestyle, 53rd in the 400 freestyle, 62nd in the 400 IM and 93rd in the 100 backstroke.

The quartet also finished 14th in the 800-meter freestyle relay, 18th in the 400 freestyle relay, 25th in the 200 freestyle relay and 37th in the 400 medley relay.


Grey, Blue teams win

Grey beat Yellow 4-3 and Blue beat Grey 11-2 last week in the Summer Hockey League. Red and Green tied 3-3, and Green and Yellow tied 6-6.

The previous week, Green beat Blue 9-6. David Runyan scored three goals for Green, while Owen Richey added two and Brett Bradley, Joe Nichols, John Carroll and Jason Correll all added one. Isaac Coy scored three goals for Blue, while Ken Boone had two and Amanda Poynter added one.

Noah Carlock scored five goals to lead Yellow to a 9-7 win against Grey. Andrew Schwartz added two goals for Yellow, while Bob Lewis and Carson Greene each had one. Dakota Hooker led Grey with three goals, while Nate Rogers had two and Matt Volmerding and Glen Warner each added one.

Red beat Blue 6-3, despite a hat trick from Boone. Jalan Armstrong scored two goals for Red, while Matt Wilson, Kevin Wasilewski, Christian Corbin and Alex Nelson all had one.