PLAINFIELD MIDDLE SCHOOL
Seventh-grade girls’ basketball
The seventh-grade girls’ basketball team recently beat Martinsville East 53-35. Kara Sumner scored a season-high 19 points.
The seventh-grade girls’ basketball team recently beat Clark Pleasant 45-14. Leading scorers for the team were Kayla Benge and Samantha Olinger with 11 points each.
Eighth-grade girls’ basketball
The eighth-grade girls’ basketball team recently beat Clark Pleasant 58-29. Blakely Shurig led all scoreres with 22 points.
Boys’ and girls’ swimming
Both the boys’ and the girls’ swimming teams defeated Paul Hadley recently. The boys won 117-66 and the girls won 129-57.
The boys swept the top three positions of the 200 free with Jackson Deal in first, Caleb Smock in second, and Joe Copeland in third. They also swept the first three spots in the 100 backstroke with Chaz Rhodes placing first, Sean Rogers finishing second, and Sam Tackett placing third.
Other first-place finishers for the Quakers were Joe Klinger and Bradley Byford in diving.
The girls picked up 1-2-3 sweeps in the 200 and 400 frees and the 100 breast. In the 200 free, Kamryn VanWanzeele placed first, Abby Moyers finished second, and Bianca Gomez took third. In the 400 free, Rachel Graves finished first, Kaitlyn Ross placed second, and Moyers came in third.
In the 100 breast, Ashley Snoke placed first, Allyson Carroll came in second, and Natalie Gulley was third.
Other individual winners included VanWanzeele, Carroll, Snoke, and Kristina Zick in diving.
DANVILLE COMMUNITY MIDDLE SCHOOL
The Warriors recently defeated Brownsburg West 71-27. Winning by pin were Asa Garcia, Trizton Carson, Bryce King, Dylan Plant, Jesse Vondersaar, and Joey Lombardo. Winning by decision were Cameron Shearin, Lawrence Utley, Solomon Dial, Caden Hubner, and Thomas Long. Winning by forfeit were Ty Mills, Jace Heitkamp, and Luke Pence.
The Warriors recently defeated South Putnam 82-18. Winning by pin were Ty Mills, Brandon Stultz, Jace Heitkamp, and Dylan Plant. Winning by decision were Lawrence Utley, Solomon Dial, Mason Noe, Caden Hubner, Bryce King, Thomas Long, and Nik Johnson. Winning by forfeit were Cameron Shearin, Asa Garcia, Trizton Carson, Dylan Herald, Jesse Vondersaar, and Joey Lombardo.