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Shelbyville junior Evelyn Kiefer scored two goals Tuesday in a 6-0 win over Connersville.

The Shelbyville girls’ soccer team beat Connersville 6-0 Tuesday to improve to 5-3-1. The Golden Bears scored five goals in the second half to secure their third consecutive win.

Ava Wilson scored three goals to lead Shelbyville. Evelyn Kiefer added two goals while Sophie Parker finished with one goal.

Wilson, Parker, Becca Valdez and Emma Sandman all finished with one assist in an unselfish effort for SHS.

Hailey Pogue had three saves in goal.

Shelbyville returns to action Saturday at Whiteland.

SHS boys soccer

The Shelbyville boys’ soccer team was defeated in a shootout by Mt. Vernon.

With 45 seconds left on the clock, Drew Hassebroek scored a goal for the Golden Bears to send the game to overtime (2-2). Al Hernandez scored the other goal in regulation for SHS.

After two scoreless OT periods, both teams went 4-for-5 on penalty kicks to force sudden death.

Still tied after 10 kickers, the lineup was restarted. SHS missed its next attempt while MV scored to secure the conference win.

Jaidyn Tackett, Gracie Leffler, Kilikina Shultz

The Shelbyville volleyball team beat Morristown, 3-0. The Golden Bears won 25-16, 25-8, 25-7.

Jaidyn Tackett led SHS with 13 kills and 11 digs. Kilikina Shultz had three blocks while Gracie Leffler totaled 35 assists.

WHS tennis team

The Waldron tennis team beat Hauser, 4-1.

Lucas Shaw won 7-6, 6-3 at one singles while Jack Fisher beat his opponent 6-7, 6-1, 6-3 at two singles. Josh Kellems completed the singles sweep with a 6-3, 6-2 win at three singles.

Bryant Becker and Matthew Thomas earned the other win for the Mohawks, beating their opponent 7-5, 6-0 at two doubles.

SW tennis team

The Southwestern tennis team beat Oldenburg Academy, 5-0.

Hunter Pappano beat Will Hollingsworth 6-1, 6-0 at one singles while Jackson Burcham defeated Thad Eaglin 6-0, 6-0 at two singles. At three singles, Ben Schlabach won over Carson Rater 6-0, 6-0.

Caleb Pappano and Carter Snepp (one doubles) and Ty Burcham and Justin Swift (two doubles) won by forfeit.

TC tennis team

The Triton Central tennis team beat Edinburgh, 4-1.

Tucker Hutchinson beat Travis Jones 6-3, 6-4 at two singles while Ashton Sturm defeated Austin Brockman 6-1, 6-3 at three singles.

Quintin Potts and Avram Rund topped Ian Buchanan and Trevor Moon 6-1, 6-0 at one doubles while Griffin Sego and Oliver Gearlds got past Milas Burckman and Jaden Hill 6-0, 6-0 at two doubles.

Delaney Cornn

The Morristown girls’ golf team beat Knightstown, 234-261.

Delaney Cornn led the Yellow Jackets with a 51 while Ashlee Ballinger shot a 57. McKinley Kile (58) and Mollie Runnebohm (68) also competed for Morristown.

Kaylee Tackett, Regan Mathies

Kaylee Tackett and Regan Mathies both shot a 57 to lead the Shelbyville girls’ golf team in a meet against No. 10 Franklin Community. FC won the meet, 154-237.

Also for SHS, Kate Linville shot a 58 while Madison Monroe finished with a 65.

FC’s Ava Ray was medalist with a 34.

Emma Branham

Emma Branham shot a 45 to lead the Triton Central girls’ golf team against Cascade. The Cadets won the meet with a 201. TC had an incomplete team.

Cascade’s Bri Andres was medalist with a 44.

Also for the Tigers, Olivia Martin shot a 59 while Kendra Erdmann carded a 60.

Carter Cooley

The Southwestern Jr. High soccer team beat Morristown, 4-0.

Carter Cooley led the Spartans with two goals and one assist. Ethan Sipes and Landon Drake each scored one goal while Kiera Stringer finished with two assists.

Lily Kerber

Lily Kerber led the Southwestern girls’ golf team with a 44 in a meet against Greenwood Christian Academy. The Spartans won, 213-228.

Kerber, who was named medalist, finished her round with three pars.

Also for SW, McKinley Correll shot a 52, Alison Muck finished with a 58 and Sydney Griffin carded a 59.

Zavier Poole, Grace McLaughlin

The Morristown cross country teams had a dual meet against Oldenburg Academy. All teams were incomplete.

Zavier Poole had a second-place finish in a season-best time of 19:52. Grace McLaughlin was the overall top girl finisher (27:27).

Kris Mills is the sports editor of The Shelbyville News. Follow Kris on Twitter @KrisMills37.