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Triton Central volleyball team earns 12th win of the season

By KRIS MILLS - kmills@shelbynews.com

The Triton Central volleyball team earned its 12th win of the season Monday with a 3-1 victory over Knightstown. The Tigers won 27-25, 25-21, 13-25, 25-15.

Ella Blair led TC’s offense once again with 14 kills. Olivia Floyd added 10 kills and Maddy Beaver had five. Addison Meier finished with four kills and led the Tigers with 20 digs.

Julia Sanders added 15 digs in the win, while Maggie Schweitzer finished with 11 digs and 28 assists. Lilly Gahimer was third on the team Monday with 13 digs.

TC is 12-3 overall and 3-1 in the Indiana Crossroads Conference.

Waldron gets past Rushville

Waldron beat visiting Rushville on Monday, 3-1. The Mohawks won 25-21, 25-20, 20-25, 25-18.

Abby Adams continued her fine senior year, finishing with 21 digs and eight kills. Hannah Sullivan and Maddi Tyree each added five kills in the win. Tyree also had a team-high 25 assists to go with 18 digs. Nichole Garner added 11 digs to pace the defense.

The Mohawks are now 4-10 this season, including an 0-1 mark in the Mid-Hoosier Conference. The team won one game last year. 

SHS handles Greenfield-Central

The Shelbyville tennis team beat Greenfield-Central on Monday, 4-1.

At No. 1 singles, Austen Dwenger won for the Golden Bears 6-1, 7-5. Austin Perry won 6-2, 6-1 at No. 2 singles to earn another point for SHS.

In doubles play, Connor Phelps and Luke Asher earned a 6-1, 6-0 win at No. 1 to move to 7-2 this season. At No. 2 doubles, Matthew Bunton and Layton Stieneker won 6-1, 6-2.

TC finishes with win

The Triton Central golf team wrapped up its regular season with a win Monday over Greenwood Christian at Bluff Creek, 197-251. TC’s Elizabeth Kemper was the medalist with a 42.

Sydney Bass shot a 50, Lydia Lee a 52, Kristy Gregory a 53 and Hollie Duncan a 58.

The Tigers moved to 9-3 with the win.

“Elizabeth, again, shot well against the elements on a challenging course,” said TC head coach Michael Buck. “We were surprised to get to play with so much rain this past weekend.

“Our kids had a great regular season. Now, with sectionals a week away, it is crunch time. Play well or go home. It will be exciting to see if we are up to the task.”