Columbus North rested its top three golfers Wednesday but still managed a 157-191 win against Hauser at Clifty Creek.
Ian Coffey, Zack Lee and Connor Opalka all shot 39 to tie for medalist honors and lead the second-ranked Bull Dogs. Jared Imlay and Bryce Turner each shot 40, while Spencer Fairbanks carded a 41, Conner Hayes added a 43, and Matt Vorndran had a 47.
Jack Washburn led the Jets with a 44. Cole Morgan carded a 45, while Keenen Owens shot 50, Aaron Sweet 52, Jon Isbill 54, Wyatt Whittington 55, Chase Conner 56 and Travis Stafford 63.
North blanks Greensburg
GREENSBURG — No. 17 Columbus North won all five matches in straight sets in rolling to a 5-0 win at Greensburg.
Aubrey Smith beat Danielle Schroeder 6-0, 6-2 at No. 1 singles, Paige Littrell downed Olivia Slusher 6-1, 6-2 at No. 2 singles, and Rosemary Yonushonis topped Tiffany Springmeyer 6-1, 6-1 at No. 3 singles for the Bull Dogs (9-4). Sara Vanderkolk and Sydney Anderson beat Caroline Pratt and Claire Welage 6-3, 6-4 at No. 1 doubles, and Meagan Olibo and Brooke Richardson downed Abigail Bailey and Courtney Nelson 6-3, 6-4 at No. 2 doubles.
“Greensburg is a nice team, but I think we were a little stronger all the way through, depth-wise,” North coach Kendal Hammel said. “I felt like the girls played pretty well, considering the weather. It was another windy night, a cold night. It wasn’t perfect weather by any means, but I was happy with the way they played.”
Hauser shuts out Trinity
HOPE — Hauser won four matches in straight sets and another by forfeit in a 5-0 win against Trinity Lutheran.
Haley Webster beat Brennyn Pollert 6-1, 6-2 at No. 1 singles, and Jordan Cain downed Aurora Willman 6-1, 6-2 at No. 2 singles for the Jets (4-4). Claire Romine and Erica Bostic beat Allison Hackman and Shelby Nierman 6-0, 6-1 at No. 1 doubles, and Sydney Tallent and Kiresten Gross downed Cassidy Prentice and Kelly Adams 6-0, 6-0 at No. 2 doubles.
Katelyn Yarling won by forfeit at No. 3 singles.
“They did a great job,” Hauser coach Elizabeth Rivers said. “I switched up my doubles, and they’ve been doing well with it. They seem to complement each other a little better.”
Lancers no-hit Ravens
EDINBURGH — Bailey Woodall threw a six-inning no-hitter to lead Edinburgh to a 7-1 victory against Irvington
The game was stopped in the sixth inning because of an injury to a Ravens player.
Courtney Woodall, Kayla Beier and Megan Rooks all had two hits for the Lancers (4-5).
Columbus Christian struggles
CROTHERSVILLE — Crothersville’s Mackenzie Farmer limited Columbus Christian to one hit in a 13-2 five-inning decision.
Sabrina Herron had the hit for the Crusaders (0-2).
“We’re getting better,” Columbus Christian coach Mackenzie Wingham said. “We learned a few things tonight. We like playing games better (than practice) because it’s a live situation.”
Panthers rout Cougars
GREENSBURG — Knightstown limited South Decatur to two hits in a 10-0 Mid-Hoosier Conference shutout.
Brittany Koors and Courtney Billingsley had the hits for the Cougars (1-9, 1-4).
Braves edge South Decatur
TRAFALGAR — South Decatur scored the tying run in the top of the seventh, but Indian Creek pulled out a 3-2 MHC win in the ninth.
Taylor Kopplin allowed two runs over six innings for the Cougars (3-5, 0-2). Aaron Haley pitched the final three innings.
Eagles fall to Knights
NASHVILLE — Northview scored five times in the fourth inning to break open a close game and went on to post a 9-0 Western Indiana Conference win at Brown County.
Chase Snider suffered the loss for the Eagles, who managed only two hits.