Athenians win wild one at Danville
The Crawfordsville baseball team edged Danville 8-7 on Wednesday night to pick up their first Sagamore Conference win.
Trailing 5-3, the Athenians took the lead with a four-run sixth, only to watch the Warriors tie it with two in the bottom of the inning. Crawfordsville prevailed with the go-ahead run in the seventh, and Kale Wemer picked up the win in relief, allowing no hits in 1 2/3 innings pitched and struck-out three.
Austin Motz and Wemer each had two hits, while Motz and Caleb Coons each drove in runs.
Mounties fall to Bruins
The Southmont baseball team fell to Tri-West 9-3 on Wednesday in Sagamore Conference action.
Adam Cox led the Mounties with two hits, while Nick Scott and Chayce Howell each had hits.
North falls at WeBo
The North Montgomery softball team dropped another Sagamore Conference game 18-2 at Western Boone on Wednesday night. The Chargers were limited to five hits and committed fve errors.
Makinze Rominger, Rachel Smith, Cascie Keller, and Lilly Dockins each had hits for North Montgomery.
The Stars pounded out 14 hits.
Athenians fall to Warriors
The Crawfordsville softball team dropped a Sagamore Conference game 17-2 to Danville on Wednesday night.
The Warriors had 11 hits and plated 10 in the first inning to take the lead after the Athenians took an early 1-0 advantage in their first at-bat.
Laine Schlicher led the Athenians with three hits. Olivia Reed took the loss from the circle, allowing 14 runs on seven hits, but only two of the runs were earned.
Bruins stomp Mounties
Tri-West completed a Sagamore Conference sweep of Southmont in softball with a 20-3 win on Wednesday.
The Bruins scored four in each of the first two frames and poured it on with eight more in the third.
Southmont had just five hits, led by two from Marissa Craig.
Athenians fall to Knights
The Crawfordsville girls’ tennis team dropped a 4-1 match to Lafayette Central Catholic on Wednesday.
Hannah McLean picked up the lone Athenian win at No. 2 singles, defeating Caitlin Thompson 6-2, 5-7, 6-0.
The duo of Cathleen McGrady and Ella Hudson dropped a tight match at No. 1 doubles 5-7, 6-7 (3-7), while Lilly Klingbeil and Elyse Widmer lost 6-4, 2-6, 4-6 to Anna Foerg and Rachel Vorst at No. 2 doubles.
Lauren Hale was defeated 6-1, 6-1 by Lizzie McLaughin at No. 1 singles, while Samantha Rohr lost 6-3, 6-2 to Ella Thompson at No. 2 singles.
Chargers beat Pioneers
The North Montgomery girls’ tennis team beat Mooresville 3-2 on Wednesday night.
The Chargers swept the singles spots to pick up the win.
Kaitlyn Greenlee defeated Kate Oberle 6-3, 6-3 at No. 1 singles, while Sydnee Turner beat Sydney Rockefeller 6-2, 6-4 at the No. 2 spot, and Carlie Desmet beat Alyssa Kline 6-1, 6-2 at No. 3 singles.
The duo of Joy Davis and Allison Guard fell 6-4, 7-5 to Maely Barrett at No. 1 doubles, while Courtney Engels and Paige Hudson lost to Maleah Soladine and Alicia Grider 6-0, 6-0 at the No. 2 spot.
Mustangs beat Chargers on links
The Fountain Central boys’ golf team defeated North Montgomery 204-219 on Wednesday night.
North Montgomery’s Hayden Turner and Fountain Central’s Jacob Keeling tied for medalist honors with 48s.
Other scores for the Mustangs included 51 apiece from Cody Linville and Nathan Summers. Wesley Jackson fired a 56, Brent Myers a 56 and Matt York a 58.
Alex Chapman fired a 52, Drew Norman a 59, Haze Kashon a 60, Jacob Hughes 62, Thomas Fritzen 64, Landon Birge 65, and Collin Campbell a 70 for the Chargers.
TRACK & FIELD
Athenians sweep Knights
The Crawfordsville track and field teams swept Central Catholic on Wednesday. The girls won 67-55, while the boys were victorious 102-21.
On the boys’ side the 4X800 meter relay team won with a time of 9:16, the 4X100 meter relay team won in 46.86 seconds, and 4X400 meter relay team in 3:46.
Alex Kellerman won the long jump with a leap of 18-feet-11-inches, and won the 400 meter dash in 53.84 seconds. Nate Schroeter was a double-winner, winning the discus with a throw of 120-feet-1/4-inch and the shot put with a mark of 37-feet-5-inches. Ty Lynas won the high jump with a leap of 5-feet-10-inches and the 110 meter hurdles in 16.09 seconds. Hunter Hutchison won the one-mile run in 5:36. Arthur Ruano won the 800 meter run in 2:21, while Mikale Willis won the 200 meter dash in 24.56 seconds.
On the girls’ side, Marian Esquivel won the discus with a throw of 72-feet-4-inches, while Devan Johnson won the high jump with a leap of 4-feet-8-inches.
The 4X800 meter relay team won with a time of 11:44, while Halle Smith won the one-mile run in 6:35 and the 4X100 meter relay team on in 55.8 seconds, and the 4X400 meter relay team on in 4:52.
Shelby Greene won the two-mile run in 14:02 while Skylah Strawser won the 400 meter dash in 1:12.
Mounties sweep Cougars on Tuesday
The Southmont track and field teams swept North Putnam on Tuesday night. The Mounties won 73-50 on the girls side and 86-37 on the boys side.
The girls’ 4X800 meter relay team won with a time of 12:48.75, while the 4X400 meter relay team won in 5:05.91.
Saylor Woods won the 100 meter hurdles in 19.56 seconds. Faith Allen won the mile run in 5:52.31 and the two-mile run in 12:57.46.
DeLorean Mason won the 400 meter dash in 1:07.14. In the field Addison Charles won the shot put with a mark of 26-feet-3-inches, while Jordan Stanley won the discus with a throw of 69-feet-1.5-inches. Abigail Korhorn leaped 12-feet-9.5-inches to win the long jump.
On the boys side, Southmont won the 4X800 meter relay with a time of 9:38, while the 4X100 meter relay team won in 46.85 seconds and the 4X400 meter relay team in 3:36.32.
Logan Oppy won the miel run in 5:09.21 and the discus throw with a mark of 100-feet-2-inches. Trent Jones won the 400 meter dash in 50.27 seconds, the 200 meter dash in 22.72 seconds and the long jump in 19-feet-2-inches. Avery Saunders won the high jump with a leap of 5-feet-8-inches. Xavier Essex won the shot put with a throw of 37-feet-3-inches.
Mason Cass won the two-mile run with a time of 11:17.93 and Logan Phillips won the 800 meter run in 2:16.2.
Sam Line won the 100 meter dash in 12.51 seconds.