College sports notebook: Horn’s hot shooting helps DePauw to win

Cooper Horn

BEREA, Ky. — Cooper Horn scored a career-high 13 points on a perfect shooting night Wednesday to help lead DePauw to an 87-81 win at Berea.

Horn, a freshman from Columbus North, went 3 of 3 from the field, including 1 of 1 from 3-point range, and 6 of 6 from the free-throw line. He added three rebounds, an assist and a blocked shot in 16 minutes of action for the Tigers (3-2).

DePauw will visit Wabash on Wednesday and Kenyon on Saturday.

Barker scores 8 in defeat

Blake Barker recorded eight points, four rebounds, and an assist Friday in Army’s 75-68 loss at Binghamton.

Blake Barker

Barker, a junior from Columbus North, had four points, five rebounds and an assist in Tuesday’s 62-59 loss at Albany.

The Black Knights (0-6) host Central Connecticut State on Wednesday and Maritime on Friday.

Greiwe nets 3 points, 5 boards in win

WINONA LAKE — Koryn Greiwe recorded three points and five rebounds Tuesday in Indiana Wesleyan’s 120-56 win at Grace.

Koryn Greiwe

Greiwe, a redshirt freshman from Columbus East, went 1 of 2 from the field and 1 of 2 from the free-throw line. She added two assists in six minutes of action for the Wildcats (6-1).

IWU will play at IU Northwest on Wednesday and host Bethel on Saturday.

Rookses help Hoosiers to team title

Graham Rooks

Graham Rooks, a senior from Columbus East, had won the 149-pound weight class, while Cayden Rooks, also a senior from East, finished third at 133 in the season-opening The Battle at The Citadel to help lead the Indiana University wrestlers to the team title.

Cayden Rooks

Last weekend, Cayden Rooks finished seventh at 133 pounds to help Indiana University to a sixth-place team finish in the PRTC Keystone Classic.

Collier catches pass in loss

MT. PLEASANT, Mich. — Mitchel Collier caught one pass for seven yards Friday in Central Michigan’s 32-17 Mid-American Conference loss to 23rd-ranked Toledo in the season finale.

Mitchel Collier

Collier, a redshirt sophomore tight end from Columbus North, finished the season with 10 catches for 88 yards and three touchdowns for the Chippewas (5-7, 3-5).