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Columbus East has been playing strong team soccer, and the Olympians showed off their muscle again Tuesday, winning 2-1 and sending home No. 12 Bloomington South with its first loss of the season.

“We like playing quality teams at the end of the season, and for us to come out against a team that was undefeated and was Conference Indiana champs, it’s a good win for us,” East coach Brad Barber said. “This is the first victory we’ve had over a ranked opponent in a long, long time, and to do it on senior night was exciting, as well.”

Cameron Layman scored a first-half goal off an assist from Colin Singer for the Olympians (11-3-1), and the game was tied at 1 at halftime. Mitch Tabler scored the game-winner in the 68th minute off an assist from Layman.

“Both goals we scored tonight were two excellent goals,” Barber said.

JB Baxter recorded seven saves in goal.

Bull Dogs tie Owls

SEYMOUR — No. 6 Columbus North returned with a tie after battling Seymour to a scoreless contest.

Ben Davis and Chase Francour split duties in goal for the Bull Dogs, with Davis recording four saves and Francoeur adding five.

North won the junior varsity game, 8-0. Alejandro Gonzalez and Javier Vazquez each scored twice, while Jarrett Stark, Jason Fier, Sam Meyercord and Sam Snider all added one goal.

Eagles roar to victory

WALDRON — Brown County turned a close contest into a rout, scoring four times in the second half to beat Waldron, 5-0.

Isaac Gluesenkamp scored the team’s lone goal in the first half before Lucas Pela and Stephen Kakavecos each booted in a pair of goals in the second half for the Eagles (9-4-2). Spencer Carpenter and Leeland Kesler each registered an assist.

VOLLEYBALL

Bull Dogs top Scottsburg

SCOTTSBURG — Columbus North overcame a one-game deficit to pull out a 23-25, 25-12, 25-20, 25-6 win against Scottsburg.

Tessa Krempel pounded 10 kills; Quin Shoultz recorded 22 assists; Makinsey Summa had seven blocks; Alexa Pelley added 13 digs, and Karen Wildemann served five aces for the Bull Dogs (6-14).

North won the JV game, 23-25, 25-24, 15-10.

Hauser sweeps North Decatur

GREENSBURG — Class A No. 10 Hauser went on the road and claimed a 26-24, 25-16, 25-16 Mid-Hoosier Conference win against North Decatur.

Lauren Gross led the Jets (16-5, 5-1) with 16 kills and five blocks. Mikala Greenlee recorded 30 assists; Danielle Giles had 18 digs, and Paige Miller served four aces.

Hauser won the JV game, 25-12, 25-22. Miranda Knight recorded five kills and one block;

Ellie Trotter had 14 assists; Kaitlyn Yarling added five digs, and Lucie Lortz served three aces.

Cubs get past Panthers

MADISON — Jennings County suffered a 25-19, 25-21, 25-17 Hoosier Hills Conference setback at Madison.

Emily Ertel slammed nine kills, and Emma Campbell added six kills and four blocks, while Megan Kelsay tallied 17 assists. The Panthers also got eight digs from Dani Kirchner.

CROSS-COUNTRY

Cougars third at invitational

NEW WASHINGTON — Trinity Lutheran’s girls finished third in the New Washington Invitational, which was won by Southwestern (Hanover).

Erika Horton paced the Cougars with a fourth-place finish in 22 minutes, 31 seconds. Danielle Shelley placed seventh in 22:58, while Allison Posey was 14th (23:54), Brittaney VonDielingen 22nd (25:02) and Allison Voss 28th (26:08).

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