11-29 Roundup

11-29 Roundup: Athenians and Mounties victorious on the mat


Swimming and Diving

Athenians sweep SAC foe WeBo

The Crawfordsville swim and dive team was back in the pool on Tuesday as the Atheniasns hosted SAC rival Western Boone. CHS ended the meet with a clean sweep of the Stars with boys scoring 117 points and the girls 101.

Both CHS teams are 2-0 on the season and will return to the pool on Thursday when they travel to Seeger.

Chargers split with SAC rival Hot Dogs

North Montgomery made the trek to Frankfort Tuesday for a meet against the Hot Dogs. The Chargers split the meet with the girls picking up a 169-62 win. The boys fell on the night by a score of 105-99 in a close meet. The Charger girls improve to 4-1 while the boys drop to 0-2 on the season.

North returns to the pool next Tuesday when they travel to Benton Central.

Mustang girls fall in close meet to Bison

Fountain Central girls swimming traveled to Benton Central on Tuesday and fell to the Bison in a close meet 77-74. Despite the loss FC took first place in nine of the 12 events and second in the other three.

The Mustangs return to the pool next Thursday when they are at Seeger


Athenians move to 2-0 with win over Wolves

Crawfordsville wrestling is 2-0 in the Aaron Keller era as CHS traveled to Parke Heritage on Tuesday and defeated the Wolves 57-18. The Athenians will hit the mats again this Saturday when they compete in the Webo Duals.

Mounties open season with win over Trojans.

Southmont wrestling opened up its season on the road Tuesday with a meet against Covington. South walked away with a convincing 66-12 win over the Trojans.

Taylan Dinius (113), Thomas Woods (120), Jeffrey Pine (126), Maddox Cade (132), Marlin Williams (138), Justin Emerson (145), Kaden Newgent (152), Max Musick (160), Micah Kiger (170), Wyatt Woodall (195), and Ayden Dickerson (Hwt) all picked up victories for the Mounties.

South returns to the mat on Saturday where they’ll compete in the Western Boone Invite.

Girls Basketball

Chargers fall to Eagles

North Montgomery girls basketball hit the road on Tuesday and fell to Faith Christian by a final score of 69-31. The Chargers fall to 2-7 on the season and will be back in action on Thursday when they host Covington.

Athenians bested by Eagles

Crawfordsville girls basketball was also on the road Tuesday as CHS traveled to South Putnam. The host Eagles picked up a 45-28 win over the Athenians. CHS falls to 2-7 on the season and returns to action on Friday for a girl/boy double-header vs SAC rival Lebanon.


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