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October 19, 2013

County Sports Results

Cross Country

South Putnam Sectional

Boys’ Team Results: 1. Avon 33, 2. Brownsburg 48, 3. Danville 89, 4. Greencastle 117, 5. Plainfield 125, 6. South Putnam 130, 7. Decatur Central 169, 8. Cascade 221, 9. Tri-West 263, 10. Cloverdale 289.

Top County Finishers: 1st Mark Bond (B), 16:47; 2nd Daniel Gerber (D), 16:57; 3rd Joel Thompson (P), 16:59; 4th Jon Cramer (A) 17:00; 5th Lee Merchan (A), 17:01; 6th Hariharan Sathyamurthy (P), 17:05; 7th Will Anderson (A), 17:09; 8th Brandon Vu (A), 17:14; 9th Dawit Woldai (A), 17:14.

County Individual Qualifiers: Mac White (C), 17:57; JR Edmonson (C), 18:39.

Girls’ Team Results: 1. Avon 22, 2. Plainfield 59, 3. Brownsburg 97, 4. Greencastle 120, 5. South Putnam 147, 6. Decatur Central 150, 7. Danville 165, 8. Tri-West 194.

Top County Finishers: 1st Malyka Abramson (A), 18:05; 2nd Taylor Nicholson (A), 18:30; 3rd Samantha Woodford (P), 18:58; 4th Kelsie Mothersead (A), 19:37; 6th Kate Bernicke (A), 20:01, 7th Julia Popenfoose (B), 20:13; 8th Sydney Simpson (P), 20:20; 9th Lauren Heeger (A), 20:29; 10th Cassidy Brown (B), 20:40.

County Individual Qualifiers: Melanie Foreman (D), 21:34; Carrie Chappell (TW), 21:46; Molly Clark (D), 21:58; Brooke Snoeberger (TW), 23:11; Molly Henley (TW), 23:30; Hadley Whicker (C), 23:42; Heather Kilburn (D), 23:57.

Football

Avon 12, Zionsville 7

Highlight: Orioles hold Eagles to under 150 total yards

Fishers 41, Brownsburg 17

Highlight: Hunter Johnson 2 passing TDs (29, 21 yards)

South Putnam 42, Cascade 0

Highlight: Cadets’ first shutout loss of season

North Montgomery 56, Danville 32

Highlight: Autry Pickens 238 yards on 34 carries

Martinsville 39, Plainfield 28

Highlight: Jacob Maple 237 rushing yards

Tri-West 54, Crawfordsville 14

Highlight: Jake Hendershot 12 of 18, 219 yards, 3 TDs

Girls’ Soccer

Zionsville 2A Regional

Avon 1, Zionsville 0

Highlight: Bailee Storms nets game-winning goal with 13:52 left

Boys’ Soccer

North Central 2A Regional

Avon 4, Brebeuf 0

Highlight: Bridegroom, Hatter, Moran, Snodgrass score for Orioles

Greencastle 1A Regional

Tri-West 5, Covington 0

Highlight: Stroup, Waite, Pfeifer, Carlson, Degoyler score for Bruins

Volleyball

Avon def. Ben Davis, 25-13, 25-16, 25-14

Highlight: Beth Price 10 kills; Rebekah Strange 9 digs, 4 aces

Avon def. Zionsville, 25-11, 25-15, 25-19

Highlight: Orioles win Hoosier Crossroads Conference with 9-0 record

Cascade def. South Putnam, 25-11, 25-18, 25-15

Highlight: Jacey Lewis 11 kills; Mallorie Smith 10 digs

Plainfield def. Whiteland, 25-17, 25-23, 25-16

Highlight: Anna Philip 10 kills, 15 digs

Northview def. Plainfield, 25-16, 25-16, 25-22

Highlight: Mallory Wright 8 kills, Sophie Wilson 12 digs

Crawfordsville def. Tri-West, 25-22, 25-23, 25-16

Northview def. Danville, 25-10, 25-9, 25-12

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