Although Northside’s Rachel Brougher and Elijah Brooks continued their dominating performances, the Northside girls and boys cross-country teams both dropped matches to Greensburg on Thursday.
Brougher won the girls match in 11:49, and Brooks won the boys match in 10:37.
The Greensburg girls won the match 25-32, while the Greensburg boys won 27-29.
Arig Tong was fourth for the Northside girls in 13:04, Reagan Ward was sixth in 13:25, and Bekah Albers was ninth in 13:42.
Justin Spoon was second for the Northside boys in 11:00, Robert Pflueger was sixth in 11:25, and Eli Fischer was ninth in 11:53.
On Tuesday, the Northside boys and girls both beat the International School of Columbus. The Northside girls won 15-51 with Brougher taking first in 11:52, while the boys won 15-36 with Brooks winning in 10:49.
For the Northside girls, Ward was second in 13:31, Tong was third in 13:50, Albers was fourth in 14:09, Emily Nelson was fifth in 14:12, Kaitlin Meek was sixth in 14:15, and Kirsten Ballard was seventh in 14:39.
For the boys, Spoon was second in 11:18, Pflueger was third in 12:01, Warren Kiel was fifth in 12:08, Fischer was eighth in 12:19, Evan Porter was ninth in 12:39, and Ross Gill was 10th in 12:39.
Bailey, Wettschurack lead
Central sweep of Lutheran
Erin Bailey won the race in 13:33 to lead the Central girls squad to a 23-32 win over Immanuel Lutheran while Josh Wettschurack took the boys race in 11:48 as Central took a 17-42 decision.
In girls action for Central, Alexa Eaton was fourth in 14:31, Jocelyn Maynard was fifth in 14:41, Katherine Reed placed sixth in 15:07, and Kota Benjamin was seventh in 15:11.
For the Central boys, Nathan VanDeventer was second in 11:52, Michael Zieleniuk was third in 11:52, Charlie Allen placed fifth in 12:12, Ricky Johnson finished sixth in 12:14, Dustin Rodgers timed a 12:24 for ninth, and Will Russell was 10th in 12:25.
In another match, the Central boys beat Center Grove 25-31, while the girls lost to Center Grove 21-34.
For the Central boys, Wettschurack was second in 11:25, Michael Zieleniuk was fourth in 11:41, Nathan VanDeventer was fifth in 11:54, Ricky Johnson was sixth in 12:01, Dustin Rodgers was eighth in 12:08, Charlie Allen placed 10th in 12:19, and Will Russell was 14th in 12:54.
Hauser can’t match Brown County boys, girls runners
Hauser dropped both the boys and girls matches to Brown County on Tuesday.
The Hauser girls lost 20-39. Lindsay Morgan placed fourth in 14:30, Veronica McKinney was fifth in 14:49, and MaLeah Bates was sixth in 15:17.
The Hauser boys dropped a 24-37 despite a first-place finish by Owen Rush in 10:54. Other finishers for Hauser included Mason Sherman at third in 11:38, Austin Everroad in 12th at 13:25 and Sam Robinson in 16th at 14:01.
Komsi ‘s fourth-place
finish paces Jennings County
Wayne Komsi was Jennings County’s top runner in a tri-meet against Northside and the International School of Columbus on Wednesday. Komsi was fourth in 12:05. Also for Jennings County, Franklin Sanders was sixth in 12:09 and Alex Hendrix was seventh in 12:13.
In another match, Jennings County downed Seymour 17-44 as Komsi won the race in 12:24. Also for Jennings County, Franklin Sanders was second in 12:33, Alex Hendrix was third in 12:45, Sean Bower was fifth in 13:35, Chase Roll was sixth in 13:36, Chase Ketchum was seventh in 13:37, and Ryan Gasper was 11th in 13:53.
Franklin edges Northside
with pair of singles victories
Northside’s Ben Mathew won his singles match 8-5 over Franklin’s Mitchell Graves on Thursday, and the Northside doubles team of Austin Guse and Tamim Noor beat Franklin’s Andy Bennett and Logan Snyder 8-6.
But it wasn’t enough as Northside dropped the match 3-2.
Franklin’s Noah Roberts downed Anay Gangal 8-0, and Jacob Rockey defeated Isaac Jackson 8-3. Franklin’s doubles team of Jonch Rockey and Josiah Rockey defeated Fernando Bernal and Lucas Huang 8-4.
In JV action, Northside’s Alex King won, as did the doubles teams of Gabe Kirsch and Drew Riordan, ackson and Ben Mathew, Gangal and Tamim Noor, and Austin Guse and Haung.
In a match Tuesday, Northside downed Indian Creek 4-1. Gangal beat Riley Tharpe 8-5 at No. 1 singles. Huang and Mathew shut out Carson Adams and Bryce Carlisle in doubles 8-0.
Indian Creek’s Tim Abel and Trace Zachery beat Guse and Jackson 9-7.
Dane Denniston, Chris Ruble and Alex King won JV matches.
Central comes up short
against Custer Baker
Central lost 3-2 to Custer Baker despite a singles victory by Arjun Menon and a doubles victory by Matthew Furnish and Paul Bean.
Winners in exhibition and JV action were Walker Thomas and Akshaya Sabapathy, Daniel Kuhlman and Ammar Khaled, Drew Martin and Arjun Menon, Cam Thomason and Meeraj Pandita, Jonathan Ward and Atharva Bhalerao, and Paul Bean and Matt Furnish.
In another match, Central dropped a 3-2 decision to Greenwood. Neeraj Pandita and Ammar Khaled had singles victories for Central. In JV action, Walker Thomas notched a singles win for Central.
Northside drops tough
duel with Center Grove
The Northside seventh-grade volleyball team lost an exciting match to Center Grove on Monday 21-25, 25-22, 15-14.
Esta Morrison had eight kills for Northside, while Elizabeth Wessel had four kills. Kendal Williams had six aces and four assists, while Sky McGillivray added four assists and two kills. Madelyn Rhodes served nine aces, and Kerrigan Anthony had three aces.
In another match, Northside beat St. Peter’s Lutheran 25-17, 25-22. Williams had two aces, six assists and two kills. Rhodes added three aces and four kills. Wessel contributed three kills, and Jaelyn Carmer had four aces.
Jennings County White rolls
to wins over Batesville, Central
The Jennings County seventh-grade White team edged Batesville 25-24, 25-21 as Emma Shockley had seven aces, and Emily Tevault added six aces.
Whitney Axsom and Kailee Navert both served well for the winners.
Jennings County also beat Central 25-10, 18-25, 15-13 to raise its record to 11-2. Shockley had six aces, while Navert, Alexus Brown and Axsom all served well.
AmRhein scores twice to keep Jennings County unbeaten
The Jennings County soccer team downed Southwestern 3-2 to raise its record to 6-0.
Nick AmRhein scored a pair of goals for the winners, while Adrian Miller added one goal.
In another match, AmRhein and Jordan McCarty scored to lead Jennings County to a 2-0 victory over Jac Cen Del.
Jennings County seventh
grade blanked by Central
The Jennings County seventh-grade football team dropped a 20-0 decision to Central.
Austin Roscoe had three catches for 37 yards to lead Jennings County, which dropped to 2-4. Bryce Lister, Chase Reason and Zane Beineke also had catches.
Reason had six tackles to lead the defense, while Blaish Blanton and Brady Shepherd each had five tackles.
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