Saturday, Aug. 20
Boys' cross country
BROWN COUNTY HARRIER INVITE: Bloomington North boys top South 36-67 for team title with Northview third (80).
BOYS XC - Brown County Harrier Invite
1. Bloomington North 36, 2. Bloomington South 67, 3. Northview 80
Top 10 area finishers: 2. Jacob Mitchell, N; 5. Kyle Clark, N; 6. Hunter Tabor, S; 9. Nic Kaiser, N; 10. Joe Zinkan, S pic.twitter.com/KJ9PFCbHYM
— Herald-Times Sports (Bloomington, Ind.) (@HT_PrepSports) August 20, 2022
INDIAN CREEK INVITATIONAL: Indian Creek (26) tops Edgewood (36) for title by putting five in top eight. But Edgewood's Caleb Webb wins by 15 seconds in 17:05.2. Other Mustangs: 3. Zane Meyer 17:34.2, 9. Jackson Klinger 18:24.0, 11. Josh Kohne 18:30.2, 12. Landon Beauchamp 18:32.9.
Girls' cross country
INDIAN CREEK INVITATIONAL: Edgewood and Indian Creek tie for top spot at 30 points, but Braves win on six-runner tie breaker (12-16). Mustangs had five in top nine, led by Clara Crain (19:03.6), second to IC's Libby Dowty (18:49.7). Other Mustangs: 3. Hannah Crain 20:11.9, 7. Riley Haskett 21:39.4, 8. Allison Bland 22:10.8, 9. Ellie Vagedas 22:16.2.
BROWN COUNTY HARRIER INVITATIONAL: Northview holds off Bloomington South 43-49 for team title, with Avon third (60) and Bloomington North fourth (72). South's Lily Myers takes third (19:18.02). Other top 10s: 7. Rachael Allison, N; 8. Tamara Kun, S; 9. Jasmine Martoglio, S; 10. Nola Somers Glenn, N.
CASTLE 1, BLOOMINGTON SOUTH 0: Second-half goal lifts No. 6 Knights past No. 13 Panthers.
WASHINGTON INVITATIONAL: Bloomington North picked up two wins, topping the host Hatchets in the semifinals and then playing Terre Haute North to a 0-0 draw in the championship match before winning on PKs, 4-2.
TONY BLESSINGER MEMORIAL INVITATIONAL: South's Melanie Southern took home first place at Buffalo Trace Golf Course in Jasper with a 6-over 77 to win by four strokes. Gibson Southern (351) won the 10-team tourney, followed by the host Wildcats (362) and then South (416). Other South: Avery Beck 103, Gabby Wonder 118, Paige Hill 118.
Melanie fired a 77 on a Par 71 layout that is a tough test of golf winning by 4 strokes
EASTERN GREENE ROUND ROBIN: Eastern (0-4) opened with a tough loss to White River Valley, 16-25, 25-23, 15-13, then fell to Sullivan, 25-19, 25-14 before ending the day with a 25-16, 20-25, 15-10 win over Shakamak.
EDGEWOOD 3, BROWN COUNTY 1: Mustangs pick up WIC win by getting past Eagles, 25-19, 22-25, 25-20, 25-21. Kaiden Harrington 16 kills, 4 blocks, 13 digs, 2 aces; Gracie Farmer 7 kills, 9 aces; Adia May 29 assists; Alayna Flynn 18 digs.
BLOOMINGTON NORTH 3, BEDFORD NORTH LAWRENCE 0: Cougars (1-2) pick up first win of the season by sweeping Stars, 25-12, 25-13, 25-22.
Friday, Aug. 19
Today on near sideline death.
Nothing like welcoming back football season like almost getting trucked! pic.twitter.com/T1FHFHd69r
— Devin Voss (@DevinVoss23) August 20, 2022
Bloomington South 34, New Albany 14
Mooresville 38, Bloomington North 13
Gibson Southern 27, Terre Haute South 20
Northview 27, Terre Haute North 21
Decatur Central 26, Columbus North 12
Roncalli 46, Southport 7
WESTERN INDIANA CONFERENCE
Edgewood 38, Mitchell 16
Gaeb Novak sack on third down. Mitchell to punt from 27 with 1:33 left in half. pic.twitter.com/4hxSD8kUbP
— Jim Gordillo (@JimGordillo) August 20, 2022
Owen Valley 77, Brown County 7
Greencastle 42, Indianapolis Attucks 0
Indian Creek 37, Batesville 25
North Montgomery 36, North Putnam 7
South Putnam 70, Cloverdale 0
Sullivan 31, North Knox 6
South Vermillion 27, West Vigo 0
Springs Valley 43, Eastern Greene 6
Martinsville 28, Bedford North Lawrence 14
North Vermillion 27, North Central (Farmersburg) 16
Linton 56, Parke Heritage 6
Tecumseh 49, North Daviess 12
Whiteland 28, Columbus East 10
For a complete list of scores from around Indiana head to:
EMINENCE 3, LIGHTHOUSE CHRISTIAN 0: The Lions battled to the end, but Eminence finished the sweep, 25-10, 25-19, 30-28. Emilee Spurlock had five kills for LCA (0-3) while Ava Fritz had 12 digs and Claire Beretta had 13 assists.
Thursday, Aug. 18
MARTINSVILLE 196, BLOOMINGTON NORTH 198: Cougars fall at Cascades on the Pine nine. Darian Lafferty was medalist with a 41, followed by Ivy Yoder 52, Mallory Barrow 52 and Libby Rice 53..
EDGEWOOD 193, EASTERN GREENE 226: At Stone Crest, Candace Rosemeier fired a 45 and Winnie Sater and Jaylen Robinson each carded 46s to pace Mustangs. Amara Hanson added a 56. Reece Provo leads Eastern with a 53, Kenady Hudson 57, Kylar Buskirk and Josie Wolfgar 58s.
BEDFORD NORTH LAWRENCE 180, BLOOMINGTON SOUTH 201: Melanie Southern leads Panthers and earns medalist honors at Bloomington Country Club with a 39. Other South: Avery Beck 51, Paige Hull 55, Daphne Southern 56.
BLOOMINGTON SOUTH 2, CENTER GROVE 1: Panthers moved to 2-0 on the season despite missing a pair of their top defenders to injury. Landon Ryner scored in the first half. CJ Santiago hit a banger from mid-field to give the Panthers a 2-0 lead in the second half. The Trojans scored on a PK at the end of the game.
COLUMBUS NORTH 6, BLOOMINGTON NORTH 0: Two early goals in the first 12 minutes launched Bull Dogs to 3-0 halftime lead and CI win. Goalie Dylan Stegemoller had 18 saves for Bloomington North.
FLOYD CENTRAL 3, BLOOMINGTON SOUTH 0: Highlanders (2-0) roll by Panthers, 25-12, 25-8, 25-12. South (0-2) plays host to TH North on Tuesday.
MONROVIA 3, EASTERN GREENE 0: T-Birds fall to 0-2 with 25-17, 25-6, 25-16 loss to Bulldogs (1-2), host EG Round Robin on Saturday.
TERRE HAUTE SOUTH 3, EDGEWOOD 0: Coming off the big win over Bloomington South, the Mustangs (4-1) tumbled to the Braves, 25-16, 25-21, 25-22.
BROWNSTOWN CENTRAL 3, BLOOMINGTON NORTH 0: Braves hold off North (0-2), 25-20, 26-24, 25-19.
ORLEANS HOKUM KARAM: Edgewood boys and girls bring home team titles.
SEYMOUR INVITATIONAL: LIghthouse Christian girls (no team score), missing two runners to injury and illness, top runner was Madeline Esslinger, 14th 23:51.69, cutting almost 3 minutes off last year's race. Lighthouse boys (no team score) were led by Avery Lueck, 18th in 19:31.01 and Nathanael Huck, 26th in PR of 20:12.95.
Wednesday, Aug. 17
BLOOMINGTON SOUTH 2, CENTER GROVE 2: Battle between No. 13 Panthers (1-0-1) and No. 6 Center Grove ends in a draw. Nora Doyle and Helena Cutshall with the goals, while Carlie Pedersen kept Trojans at bay in net.
COLUMBUS EAST 3, BLOOMINGTON NORTH 1: Cougars (1-1-0) fell behind 2-0 at halftime and couldn't quite rally. Talya Chaveas with a second-half goal off an assist from Chloe Hendrix-Petry, but Olympians score again late.
Tuesday, Aug. 16
EDGEWOOD 3, BLOOMINGTON SOUTH 1: Edgewood pulled out a 23-25, 25-22, 25-21, 25-22 win over the Panthers, their first in the series since 2011. Kaiden Harrington 13 kills for Edgewood (4-0), Cadence Ast 13 for South (0-1).
— Jim Gordillo (@JimGordillo) August 17, 2022
COLUMBUS EAST 3, BLOOMINGTON NORTH 0: Columbus East completes sweep of Cougars in season opener, 25-16, 25-22, 25-22.
SHAKAMAK 3, EASTERN GREENE 1: SWIAC/season opener doesn't go well for Eastern in 25-17, 25-22, 21-25, 25-16 loss.
PLEASANT VIEW CHRISTIAN 3, LIGHTHOUSE CHRISTIAN 0: The Lions fell to 0-2 with a 25-21, 25-18, 25-10 loss. Marissa Webb had four kills and two blocks for LCA. Elizabeth Billingsley and Claire Beretta each had four digs.
BLOOMINGTON NORTH 3, SEYMOUR 2: Brady Murphy clinched the match with a 2-6, 7-6, 6-1 win at No. 2 singles.
EDGEWOOD 8, INDIAN CREEK 0: Mustangs romp in season and WIC opener with six players scoring. Freshmen Zhenia Venegas and Parker Witt got their first high school goals. Emma Edwards and Shayli Walker each scored twice. IC recorded no shots on goal as Edgewood led 7-0 by halftime.
BLOOMINGTON SOUTH 2, WASHINGTON 1: Panthers pull out opener at home. South scored in the first half (Truman Daleke) and South had the first goal of the second half (Jakob Orth). Washington scored at the end of the game with about five minutes left. Owen Caldwell (goalie) had two saves.
MARTINSVILLE 8, EDGEWOOD 0: Rough start to season for Mustangs, who trailed 3-0 at half before Martinsville ran away.
G: EASTERN GREENE 15, WHITE RIVER VALLEY NS, SHAKAMAK NS: Lilyanna Blais (21:33) and Ester Crane lead 1-2-3-4-5 finish for T-Birds.
B: SHAKAMAK 19, EASTERN GREENE 36, WHITE RIVER VALLEY NS: Oliver Pate (21:16) fourth to pace T-Birds.
Monday, Aug. 15
BLOOMINGTON NORTH 16, BEDFORD NORTH LAWRENCE 0: Cougars get a four-goal day from Izzy Heimbaugh, while Chloe Hendrix-Petry and Talya Chaveas each have a hat trick. Sarah Goldsworthy added another pair as North went up 15-0 by halftime. Mercy rule ended game after 60 minutes.
BLOOMINGTON SOUTH 5, COLUMBUS EAST 0: Season opener goes well for Panthers.
Bloomington South tennis opened season with a 5-0 win over Columbus East on Monday. pic.twitter.com/1HVjDmzqj6
— Jim Gordillo (@JimGordillo) August 16, 2022
Saturday, Aug. 13
Boys' Cross country
VALLEY KICKOFF CLASSIC: Bloomington North finished third (168) and South was fifth (205) behind two of the state's best in Center Grove (132) and Brebeuf Jesuit (151). Eastern Greene was 35th (1,032) in the season opener at the LaVern Gibson Course in Terre Haute. Top area finishers: 8. Ryan Rheam, S, 16:13.9; 11. Kyle Clark, N, 16:19.9; 17. Jacob Mitchell, N, 16:31.2 (top freshman); 19. Jack Gildea, S, 16:38.2; 40. Caleb Winders, N, 17:17.8; 47. Dom D'Onofrio, N, 17:25.1; 53. Joe Zinkan, S, 17:30; 56. Hunter Tabor, S, 17:31; Roman Valentine, EG, 19:59.2.
KIETH PUCKETT XC INVITE: Crawfordsville nipped host Edgewood, 29-30 for the title at the five-team meet that includes Indy Genesis, Bedford North Lawrence and Monrovia. Edgewood's Caleb Webb (17:08.7) won the race by 20 seconds. Other Mustang finishers: 4. Zane Meyer 17:50.4; 9. Josh Kohne 18:18.7; 11. Anthony Gough 18:41; 12. Jackson Klinger 18:41.8; 13. Carson Sigman 18:45.4.
Girls' cross country
KIETH PUCKETT INVITE: Edgewood won the title at its own five-team season opening meet, scoring 22 points to easily top Indy Genesis (55). The Mustangs also swept the top individual honors as well with Clara Crain winning in 19:30.8 while sister Hannah Crain was second (20:43.1). Other Mustangs in the top 10: 5. Riley Haskett 22:24; 6. Ellie Vagedes 22:54; 8. Allison Bland 23:27.
VALLEY KICKOFF CLASSIC: Bloomington South was third in its opener at Terre Haute, scoring 158 points to trail North Central (59) and Northview (110). Eastern Greene was 22nd (631). Lily Myers was not available for South, which was led by Aurelia Martoglio, 17th in 20:04.06 and the No. 3 freshman. Other Panthers: 23. Tamara Kun, S, 20:59.8; 28. Millie Williams, S, 21:08; 37. Clara Graham, S, 21:20.4; 63. Kate Barada, S, 21:53.9. Eastern Greene's top finishers: 38. Ester Crane, 21:22; 79. Lilyanna Blais, 22:08.8
GIBSON SOUTHERN HOKUM KARAM: Bloomington North was second to Castle, which had the top three pairs in the standings. Top Cougar duos were: 5. Rachel Allison/Ellie Patrick, 31:28; 6. Nola Somers Glenn/Kiera Feagans, 32:12; 13. Ruth Bartlett/Lilah Reed, 33:13.
Gibson Southern Hokum Karem girls results
Princeton's top pairs went 1-2-3
North's top teams
5. Rachel Allison/Ellie Patrick 31.28
6. Nola Somers Glenn/Kiera Feagans 32:12
13. Ruth Bartlett/Lilah Reed 33:13 pic.twitter.com/yUaXGI4qoI
— Herald-Times Sports (Bloomington, Ind.) (@HT_PrepSports) August 13, 2022
BLOOMINGTON SOUTH 3, JASPER 0: Nora Doyle, Kiera Robinson and Helena Cutshall with the goals. Carlie Pedersen with first varsity start and shutout in goal.
MOORESVILLE INVITATIONAL: Edgewood starts season 3-0 to win tourney title. Mustangs beat Lawrence Central 25-13, 25-11; Indianapolis Herron 25-17, 25-15 and Mooresville 25-11, 25-16.
Varsity Volleyball (3-0) opens the season winning the Mooresville Invitational!
vs. Lawrence Central
Congrats ladies! pic.twitter.com/mom3HnIQrb
— Edgewood Mustangs (@Edgewood_Stangs) August 13, 2022
COLUMBUS EAST INVITATIONAL: Bloomington South shot a 407 to place sixth at Otter Creek. Melanie Southern takes third with an 81. Avery Beck 97, Daphne Southern 107, Paige Hull 121.
FRANKLIN INVITATIONAL: Bloomington North shot a 424 for 14th. Cougars were led by Darian Lafferty, who was ninth with a 76. Other North: Ivy Yoder 106, Mallory Barrow 119, Anna Toohill 123.
This article originally appeared on The Herald-Times: Here's what's happening with Bloomington area teams, Aug. 13-20