Southwestern’s Andrew Tuck won the boys Mid-Hoosier middle school cross-country championship.
Tuck ran an 11:04 to beat Hauser’s Owen Rush, who ran 11:05. Eastern Hancock’s Blake Gabe was third, also in 11:05.
Southwestern won the team championship with 25 points, followed by Indian Creek at 56, Hauser at 80, South Decatur at 86, Waldon at 101 and North Decatur at 176. Edinburgh, Morristown and Eastern Hancock were given incomplete scores.
Southwestern also had the fourth-, fifth- and sixth-place finishers in Ethan Swift, Seth Ridge and Tim Anderson.
Eastern Hancock won the girls competition as Taylor Stein captured the individual title in 12:33.98.
Indian Creek’s Lori McCormick was second in 12:44.64 and Waldron’s Hannah Sullivan was third in 12:58.09.
Indian Creek was second with 61 points, followed by North Decatur 89, Waldron at 94, Southwestern at 108, Morristown at 124 and Hauser at 166. Edinburgh and South Decatur received incomplete scores.
Hauser’s top finisher was Lindsay Morgan in seventh at 13:38. South Decatur’s top finisher was Stacy Fox in 11th at 13:57.77.
Northside tennis team
completes season with loss
The Northside tennis team finished the season 4-3 after a 4-1 loss to Center Grove Central.
Austin Guse picked up a singles victory for Northside’s only point.
The junior varsity won 5-2.
In year-end awards, Angay Gangal earned the MVP award for Northside.
Drew Riordan and Chris Ruble were Most Improved; Ben Mathew won the Seventh-Grade Sportsmanship award; and Fernando Bernal won the Eighth-Grade Sportsmanship award.