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Tigers claim Indiana Crossroads Conference title

The Triton Central golf team won the Indiana Crossroads Conference title on Monday.

By KRIS MILLS - kmills@shelbynews.com

The Triton Central golf team won its second championship of the season Monday. The Tigers, after winning the Shelby County Tournament, claimed the Indiana Crossroads Conference title. 

TC had two players named to the all-conference team. Drew Rowen finished in second place with a round of 76. Luke Sanders was close behind with an 82 for fifth. 

The Tigers finished with a team score of 334. Beech Grove was second with a 339 and Park Tudor was third with a 355. 

Kirstein earns medalist honors

Morristown's Bryce Kirstein was named medalist of the meet Monday after shooting a 40 against Hauser. The Yellow Jackets lost the match, 186-196. 

Sawyer Jones shot a 50, Collin Essen a 53 and Jordan Battles a 53.

SHS ends strong with win over Rushville

The Shelbyville tennis team picked up a win on the road Monday, sweeping Rushville 5-0.

Alex Watson continued her strong play at No. 1 singles with a quick 6-1, 6-0 win over Rushville’s Kaitlyn Miller. Watson, who has won four of her last five matches, continues to polish her game with accurate groundstrokes and well-placed serves to make her a threat in postseason action.

Grace Coomes also has momentum heading into the postseason. She added a 6-4, 6-2 win to her stat line at No. 2 singles. Only a sophomore, Coomes has three wins in her last five outings. Fellow sophomore Adeline Haacker rounded out singles play with a win at No. 3, 6-1, 6-1.

In doubles action, the No. 1 team of Addison Mummert and Gabbie Knox handled their opponents with ease, scoring a 6-3, 6-3 win over the young Rushville team of sisters Olivia and Lexey Yager. Seniors Jade Roell and Lily Gulley completed the sweep at No. 2 doubles with a win 6-0, 7-6 (7-3).

Junior varsity action concluded for 2019 with three winners. Freshman Emma Maschmeyer and sophomore Anmarie Winkler each had wins along with freshman Jaidyn Tackett, who completed her first year of tennis with a winning record of 11-6 (1-0 varsity).

MT falls to Hauser

The Morristown baseball and softball teams fell to Hauser Monday. The baseball team lost 21-0 and the softball team fell 16-0. 

Mahin leads SHS to win

Colin Mahin was an RBI machine on Monday, driving in five runs on two hits to lead the Golden Bears past Warren Central 11-3. Mahin drove in runs on a single in the first, a sacrifice fly in the second and a triple in the fourth.

SHS got things moving in the first inning when Cory Taylor drew a walk, scoring one run.

The Golden Bears put up four runs in the second inning. Charlie Rife, Taylor, Mahin and Zach Rupert all drove in runs in the frame.

Nolan Kincade earned the victory on the mound. He lasted five innings, allowing six hits and three runs while striking out two. Grant Martin threw two innings in relief out of the bullpen.

Edinburgh edges WHS

The Waldron baseball team dropped a close contest to Edinburgh Monday, 4-3, in eight innings. 

Eli Jones struck out 15 in the loss.

Nate Bernard had a double and Grant Gilles knocked an RBI single to force extra innings.

WHS drops contest to Edinburgh

The Waldron softball team was defeated by Edinburgh Monday, 19-8. 

Madalyn Hudnall led the Mohawks with two triples and four RBIs.