Bull Canine high Bears
Columbus North led solely 13-11 after the primary quarter however maintained its lead over the ultimate three quarters to return away with a 57-45 win over Louisville Butler (Ky.). Hadassah Damage completed with 16 factors and Lauren Barker had 14 for the Bull Canine (8-4).
Olympians fall to Eagles
Columbus East performed Zionsville to a 31-31 tie within the second half, however the double digit deficit within the first half prompted them to fall to undefeated Class 4A No. 2 Zionsville 71-53. Saige Stahl led the Olympians (5-9) with 23 factors and 10 rebounds, Jenna Guse scored a career-high 18 factors and Leah Bachmann completed with seven factors and 7 rebounds.
“Pleased with my group and the hassle they gave tonight,” East coach Danny Brown mentioned. “We’ve performed a troublesome schedule, however Zionsville could also be one of the best in Indiana.”
Bull Canine place third
The rating was tied at 37-37 after three quarters, however Columbus North simply edged Crown Level within the fourth to say a 50-48 win for third place within the Noblesville Event. Cooper Horn completed with 20 factors and Luke Harmon had 10 for the Bull Canine (8-4). Earlier within the semifinal spherical, the Bull Canine fell to Lawrence Central 64-42. Horn led with 18 factors.
Lancers are runner-up
Edinburgh trailed by double digits at halftime however couldn’t get well in a 56-46 loss to Indianapolis Lutheran within the championship sport of the Edinburgh Event. The Lancers fall to 7-3 on the season.
Cougars end third
South Decatur opened up a double digit lead within the first quarter and when on to cruise to a 69-51 win in opposition to Austin for third place within the Edinburgh Event. Jacob Scruggs completed with 22 factors and Dale Peters added 17 for the Cougars (6-3).
Jets place seventh
Hauser positioned seventh within the Edinburgh Event by defeating Victory Faculty Prep 67-51. Jake Barriger completed with a game-high 23 factors. Taeshaun Tungate had 19 factors and Ledger Gelfius added 14 for the Jets (4-5).
Crusaders end sixth
Columbus Christian positioned sixth in its personal event with a 75-58 loss to King’s Academy. Peyton Walden completed with 19 factors, Noah Edwards had 17 and Jordan Burton added 12 for the Crusaders. Earlier within the ultimate sport of pool play, they fell to Phalen Academy 77-63. Walden had 22 factors and Jacob Bell added 12.
SWIMMING AND DIVING
North boys fifth, ladies fourth
Columbus North ladies completed in fourth place with a 334 within the Middle Grove Invitational. Host Middle Grove received with a 782. Columbus North boys completed fifth with a 177. Middle Grove received with a 609.5.