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Sep. 14—Cross Country

The Lebanon and Zionsville cross country teams went to the Brown County Invite on Saturday.

The Zionsville boys placed fourth in the Elite race.

Will Nobbe led the team, placing 12th in 15:47.9. Matthew Helton was 17th in 15:53.9, with Ryan Handy placing 33rd in 16:11.9.

Sam Spees placed 46th in 16:28.8 and Evan Mayo was the last scoring Eagle in 16:37.4, placing 57th.

Also running for the varsity: Skyler Cole (61st, 16:47.3), Decatur Dell (82, 17:15.9), Trey Martin (83rd, 17:17.5), Charlie Fisher (101st, 17:38.8) and Geoffrey Ostrander (105th, 17:40.5).

The girls team placed fifth.

Kiersten Hill led the team, placing 18th in 18:57.1. Maddie Scheitlin was 24th in 19:16.2 and Kyla Stalbaum was 35th in 19:32.2. Taylor Osterling placed 50th in 20:02.8 with Elaina Herman rounding out the scorers in 64th in 20:33.1.

Also running in the varsity race: Ava Ward (70th, 20:42.9), Colleen Squier (91st, 21:17.2), Margaret Dimmett (97th, 21:30.8), Lyvia Hall-Feldhaus (116th, 22:06.5), and Lydia Struble (118th, 22:08.9).

Lebanon ran in the 2A race.

The Lebanon boys placed fourth.

Marshal Royal ran a PR time of 17:15 to place 8th, followed by Alex Emenhiser in 17th, Kyler Strange 40th, Aydan Wetter 42nd (PR 18:22), Abram Hale 63rd, rounding out the top 7 and pushing through some pain to the finish was John Hawks in 66th and Ryan Keith in 105th.

The girls team placed sixth.

Abbi Coyle placed second overall in a time of 19:35. The next Lady Tiger was Nadia Jones in 23rd, Kloe Coyle with a SB time of 22:31 in 50th, Jaleigha Howard 59th, Gracie Stoller 72nd, and Sarah Keith 95th.

The Western Boone cross country teams traveled to the Ben Davis Invite.

The Lady Stars placed seventh.

n Saturday, the Western Boone high school cross country team

Audrey Knoper placed third in a season-best time of 18:55.2. Katheryn Rutherford also achieved a top-20 finish in 18th in a season-best 20:28.8.

Sydney Haag was next for Western Boone in 38th in 21:35.1. Hannah Haag achieved a personal best of 22:08.3 to finish 54th. Bailey Haag and Naomi Reid finished just seconds apart in 23:02.5 (76th) and 23:05.5 (77th), respectively. Samantha Jones ran a season-best time of 23:31.0 to finish 85th. Emily Parsons in 106th, Emma Mitchell in 121st, and Ana Alonso in 129th also represented Western Boone well.

Lane Hardee led the Stars in the boys race and broke 20:00 for the first time to achieve a personal best of 19:42.5. He finished 82nd. Graham Cavins also earned a personal best of 20:34.0 to finish 96th. Carter Hanna finished 120th in 22:22.8, and Brawn Puckett finished 125th in 23:05.8.

Western Boone Volleyball

The Western Boone volleyball team went 3-1 at the Noblesville Invite.

The Stars topped Huntington North 25-18, 25-10 in the opening match.

Maddie Hawkins, Kennedy Kiger, and Audrey Dunn had five kills each. Saige Terwiske had four. Elena Gubera had 11 digs, 10 assists and four aces. Janie Ransom had 12 assists and four digs.

In match two, they lost to Noblesville 25-10, 25-18.

Dunn had six kills, with Hawkins having five and nine digs. Marli Ransom had nine digs and Elena Gubera had nine assists.

The Stars won their final two matches.

The first was 25-9, 25-23.

Hawkins had nine kills, with Kendal Ramey and Terwiske having four. Marli Ransom had 10 digs, Elena Gubera had nine digs and 10 assists. Janie Ransom had 13 assists.

In the final match they topped Wes-Del 25-11, 25-18.

Kiger had six kills and nine digs. Terwiske and Dunn had five kills. Marli Ransom had 12 digs, while Gubera had seven digs and 14 digs.

The Western Boone JV won the Sagamore Conference JV Tourney.

The Stars topped Lebanon, Frankfort and Lebanon in straight sets, before taking down Tri-West in three.

Zionsville Boys Soccer

The Zionsville boys soccer team won the Argos Tournament on Saturday.

The Eagles topped Northwood 5-0 in the first round, then topped South Bend Adams 2-0 in the championship match.

Max Silverman scored both goals in the final.

Lebanon Volleyball

The Lebanon Volleyball team topped Clinton Central 3-1 (20-25, 25-19. 25-21, 25-23).

Jaycee Weaver had 29 assists on the match. Sydnie Starkey and Lex Barr had 14 kills and eight kills respectively. Emily Sperry had six kills.

Charli Albea had 16 digs and Weaver with 13 digs. Kylie Ottinger had 8 digs on the match. Weaver and Ottinger both had five aces on the match.

Will Willems is the Sports Editor of the Lebanon Reporter. Follow him on Twitter @Will_Willems.

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