High school sports roundup – August 17

GIRLS golf

Bull Dogs roll to win

INDIANAPOLIS — Danbi Kim went under par for the second day in a row with a medalist round of 1-under 35 to lead third-ranked Columbus North to a 154-192 win against Roncalli on Wednesday at Smock.

Alex Munnicha carded a 38, and Nathaly Munnicha added a 39 for the Bull Dogs. Julia Luken and Molly Donnell each shot 42, and Annie Anderson had a 46.

East edges Greenwood

GREENWOOD — Lily Shelp carded a 43 to win medalist honors and lead Columbus to a 204-206 win against Greenwood at Valle Vista.

Ellie Buntin added a 52, and Autumn Fateley shot 53 for the Olympians. Lauren Steinwedel had a 56, and Kati Brunn finished with a 65.

Lancers down Braves

TRAFALGAR — Vanessa McManaway won medalist honors with a 44 to lead Edinburgh to a 205-222 win against Indian Creek at Tameka Woods.

Savannah Kellams carded a 52, and Kierra Richards added a 53 for the Lancers. Kenzie Hill shot 60, and Maddy Giles had a 62.


Cougars nip Olympians

BLOOMINGTON — Columbus East led 2-1 midway through the second half of its season opener, but Bloomington North scored in the 58th and 74th minutes to claim a 3-2 win.

The Cougars scored first in the 16th minute. The Olympians Kamebry Wagner tied it in the 22nd minute off an assist Jaeda Berkemeier, and Sarah Park gave East the lead with a goal off an assist from Alana Dwenger in the 55th minute.

East outshot Bloomington North 19-6. Jenny Bastian played the first half in goal and recorded two saves, and Karisma Parker played the second half and had one save.

BOYS Tennis

Oldenburg tops Trinity

SEYMOUR — Oldenburg Academy claimed a three-set win at No. 2 singles to pull out a 3-2 season-opening victory at Trinity Lutheran.

Matt Stuckwisch beat Jacob Sheets 6-2, 6-1 at No. 3 singles, and Avery Schwipps and Noah Voelker downed Will Yunger and Henry Meyer 6-3, 6-1 at No. 2 doubles for the Cougars. Bailey Baker fell to Michael Wansrath 6-0, 6-1 at No. 1 singles, Jace Crockett lost to Patrick Thompson 2-6, 6-3, 6-4 at No. 2 singles an Pierce McCammon and Caleb Gruenwald fell to Max Giesting and Ethan Back 6-1, 6-3 at No. 1 doubles.