Former North Montgomery standout Alex Parsons helped UIndy to its seventh straight win over Missouri S&T 48-7 last Saturday.
Parsons led the Greyhounds with 10 total tackles, and a sack. UIndy is ranked No. 8 in the NCAA Division II polls, and travels to Lindenwood on Saturday.
Knecht steps in for Tigers
Former North Montgomery quarterback Collin Knecht is back under center, this time for the DePauw Tigers.
Following an injury to starter Chase Andries in the Tigers 28-13 loss to Ohio Wesleyan, Knecht, a sophomore, entered the game and connected on 30-of-56 passes for 218 yards, and two touchdowns. He also ran the ball seven times for 44 yards.
Knecht started in DePauw’s 8-6 win over Allegheny last Saturday, and added 22 rushing yards to 59 passing yards.
DePauw is 4-3, and travels to Denison on Saturday, before coming home to play Oberlin and Wabash to close out the regular season.
Dugger helps Greyhounds to third-place finish
Former Southmont distant runner helped UIndy’s women’s cross country team to a third-place finish at last Saturday’s Great Lakes Valley Conference championships in Evansville. Dugger placed 23rd overall in the 6-Kilometer race with a time of 23:29.
McGrady, Bulldogs compete at Intercollegiate meet
Former Crawfordsville standout and current Butler freshman Cami McGrady competed at the Indiana Intercollegiate meet earlier this month.
McGrady placed 29th out of 43 swimmers in the 200 freestyle with a time of 2:05.97. She also placed 41st in the 100 freestyle with a time of 100:3. Butler finished fourth out of 10 teams with 141 points.
Maxwell begins junior season at Old Dominion
Former North Montgomery swimmer Gus Maxwell began his junior season at Old Dominion.
In the dual meet with University of North Carolina Wilmington, Maxwell placed fourth in the 1,000 meter freestyle with a time of 10:14.4, and fifth in the 200 butterfly with a time of 2:00.3. He also placed fifth in the 400 individual medley in 4:23.01.