High school sports roundup

High school roundup


East rallies past Cougars

BLOOMINGTON — Saige Stahl recorded 23 points, 13 rebounds and seven steals Tuesday night to lead Class 4A No. 8 Columbus East to its sixth consecutive win, a 59-42 victory at Bloomington North.

The Olympians (8-1) outscored the Cougars 25-7 in the third quarter after trailing 25-20 at halftime. It was the third time in the past four games that East rallied from a halftime deficit.

Koryn Greiwe scored 15 points for the Olympians. Allison Craig came off the bench to add seven points.

Stars stop Panthers

NORTH VERNON — Class 4A No. 10 Jennings County was tied with 4A No. 4 Bedford North Lawrence 15-15 after one quarter, but the Stars pulled away for a 50-34 Hoosier Hills Conference win.

Alivia Elmore led the Panthers (7-1, 1-1) with 12 points. Lily Ernstes scored nine, and Juliann Woodard added eight.

Lancers edge Twisters

OLDENBURG — Edinburgh trailed 30-27 after three quarters before rallying for a 42-37 win at Oldenburg Academy.

Gracie Crawhorn led the Lancers (4-3) with 12 points. Callie Hancock added 11.

Eagles fall to Mitchell

NASHVILLE — Brown County outscored Mitchell 31-28 in the second half, but couldn’t overcome a 29-10 halftime deficit in a 57-41 loss to Mitchell.

Lexie Austin led the Eagles (1-6) with 15 points. Maddie Huff scored eight, and Katie Tipton added seven.


Columbus Christian wins

Columbus Christian jumped out to a 36-13 halftime lead and went on to post a 62-42 win against Mooresville Christian.

Gabe Ridder led the Crusaders (2-3) with 17 points. Payton Rehlander scored 12, and Noah Edwards added eight.


Panthers top Eagles

NORTH VERNON — Brown County had only four wrestlers, and Jennings County won eight matches by forfeit in a 60-10 decision.

Lane Kirchner (120 pounds) and Teagan Trotter (182) each won by pin for the Panthers. Eli Simmons (113), James Hatton (126), Jonah Mathews (132), Evan Sochacki (138), R.J. Barberis (145), Chris Kiste (195), Gage Gasper (220) and Will Rowlett (285) all won by forfeit.

Brandon Phelps (170) won by pin, and Chris Luckey (152) won by major decision for the Eagles.