High school sports roundup


Bull Dogs win outright title

BLOOMINGTON — Columbus North wrapped up an undefeated Conference Indiana season and the outright title with a 58-40 win at Bloomington North.

The Bull Dogs (12-8, 5-0) jumped out to a 17-7 lead after one quarter. The Cougars cut the lead to 31-23 at halftime before Columbus North built it back to 46-28 after three quarters.

Kylah Lawson led the Bull Dogs with 16 points. Lauren Barker scored 14, Andrea Justis had 11 and Kayla Jones added nine.

Jets stop Shawe

MADISON — Playing without leading scorer Madelyn Poe for the second night in a row, Hauser led only 17-14 at halftime before pulling away for a 46-36 win at Shawe Memorial.

Kyliegh Parrott, Gabby Johns and Adrianna Musillami all scored 10 points to lead the Jets (10-10). Norah Berkenstock and Bella Kilps each added eight.


Jets fall to Mohawks

HOPE — Hauser led 27-21 at halftime and 39-38 after three quarters, but Waldron rallied for a 63-55 Mid-Hoosier Conference win.

Koby Johnson had 16 points and nine rebounds, and Bryce Bates added 14 points and 10 rebounds to lead the Jets (6-8, 1-3). Eli Miller also scored 14 points.

Lions top Crusaders

Columbus Christian led 15-8 after one quarter on Friday, but Bloomington Lighthouse rallied for a 72-57 victory.

Gabe Ridder led the Crusaders (13-10) with 25 points. Cody Kiefer added 12.

Lancers down Spartans

EDINBURGH — Class A No. 3 Edinburgh remained unbeaten in the MHC with a 73-63 win against Southwestern (Shelby)

Caleb Dewey led the Lancers (12-1, 4-0) with 29 points. Jarrett Turner scored 17, and Travis Jones added 11.

Panthers fall in OT

FLOYDS KNOBS — Jennings County took Hoosier Hills Conference-leading Floyd Central to overtime before the Highlanders pulled out a 67-58 win.

Carson McNulty led the Panthers (10-4, 1-2) with 21 points. Carter Kent scored 12, and Keegan Manowitz added 10.

Monrovia tops Eagles

MONROVIA — Brown County was within 18-14 after one quarter, but Monrovia pulled away for a 64-40 victory.

Carter Kelly led the Eagles (2-9) with 13 points. Josh Miller added 10.