CARMEL - Warren Central outran the Carmel girls track team Tuesday, 71-57.
Carmel took the top three spots in the 3,200 meters, led by Elizabeth Borlik, with a time of 11:31.67, followed by Corrine Miller, second in 12:11.15, and Elle Nichol, third with a time of 12:13.88.
Kara Deady won the pole vault, clearing 11 feet. Kaila Kolodkin was second with a vault of 9 feet, and Jillian Zalewski was 3rd with a vault of 8-feet 6 inches.
Alyson Pickering won the 1,600 meters in a time of 5:51.36, Brittany Langland placed second in 5:53.26 and Emma Wright was 3rd in a time of 5:54.13.
The Lady Greyhounds 4 x 800 meter relay team, Lily McAndrews, Sydney Haines, Anna Morozov and Izza Khurram finished first. No time was provided.
Reagan Hune won 400 meters in 1:01.96, Amiyah James won the high jump with a new personal best of 5-feet 6-inches.
Carmel also swept the discus, with Natalie Cotherman, first with a throw of 112 feet 01 inch, Leah Roebuck was second with a throw of 96 feet 01 inch, and Dana Reed was third with a throw of 96 feet 01 inch.
Anna Morozov placed second in the 800 meters with a time of 2:26.40. Izza Khurram was third in a time of 2:26.44. Kiara Gill placed third in the long jump with 15 feet 8.5 inches, and Marie Kress placed second in the shot put with a throw of 33 feet 1.5 inches.
"It's always a fun meet when you go up against the current state champs. Warren Central has a classy program and always show up ready to compete," said Aaron McRill, Carmel coach, "It was a close meet throughout, a lot of back and forth with the score. Although we came up on the loss side of the score, we thought we competed well."
Carmel will compete next 5:30 p.m. Friday, in the Charlie Riley Invitational at North Central High School.
Girls Lacrosse: Millers defeat Royals
The Noblesville girls lacrosse team defeated Hamilton Southeastern 19-3 Tuesday, led by Hannah Potter's seven points.
Potter scored four goals and added three assists to guild Noblesville. She also forced three turnovers, three ground balls and won two draw controls.
Taylor Gysin scored five goals for the Lady Millers. She added an assist for six points, and won eight draw controls.
Hannah Natvig had three goals and an assist, Elle Palmer scored three goals and had an assist, Mia Blackburn scored two goals, Kaylin Mertens added a goal and an assist, and Sammy Walkley added a goal.
Meredith Hayes had five saves on the night, on eight goal attemts.
The Lady Millers controlled the draw 67 percent of the time, and forced 14 turnovers.
Noblesville moves to 7-0 on the season and travel to Carmel April 25th.
Baseball: Tigers pound Mt. Vernon
The second-ranked Fishers baseball team (11-2/5-1) won at Mt. Vernon by a score of 9-3.
The Tigers jumped out to a quick 3-0 lead in the first.
Luke Duermit led off the game with a double over the left fielders head. Craig Yoho followed with an RBI double down the left field line. After Andy Bennett singled to right field, he stole second allowing Yoho to score on the throwing error from the catcher. One out later, Alex Jamieson scored Bennett on a sacrifice fly.
Two more Tiger runs came from RBI singles by Duermit and Caleb Brenczewski. Yoho delivered an RBI triple, and Matthew Wolff plated 2 on a 2-run double. Jack Roudebush contributed an RBI groundout.
Yoho finished the day 3-4 with a triple, double, 2 RBIs, a walk, and 2 runs scored. Duermit had a 2-hit day. Duermit, Kiel Brenczewski, Wolff, and Trevor Newman all added doubles for the Tigers.
Starter Jon Vore (2-0) took a perfect game into the 4th inning before running in to trouble. Vore was unable to finish the 4th, but still earned his 2nd victory of the season, allowing 3 runs on 3 hits while striking out 4. Evan Patrick pitched out of a bases loaded jam in the 4th with a strikeout to end the inning. Patrick pitched a scoreless 5th. Griffin Rhoads and Wolff each pitched a scoreless inning to wrap up the game.
The Tigers return to Hoosier Crossroads Conference play when they take on Brownsburg Thursday to begin a 3-game series with the Bulldogs.
Baseball: No. 1 Carmel routs Pike
The Carmel Varsity Baseball team beat Pike 11-1Tuesday.
Senior Cameron Pferrer threw five strong innings striking out seven while surrendering only one run.
Offensively the Greyhounds were led by Parker Massman who was 3 for 3 with 3 doubles, and 3 RBI's and Luke Thompson was 2 for 3 with 4 RBI.
The Greyhound's record moved to 8 and 1 on the season.
Carmel returns home for its next game, 5:30 p.m. today vs Pike High School.
Softball: University blanked by Anderson Prep
ANDERSON - The University girls softball team was blanked by Anderson Preparatory Academy 10-0 Tuesday.
The Trailblazers played a strong first four innings holding APA to only one run.
APA got hot at the bottom of the fourth inning and went on a 6-0 run. APA was able to end the game and score 3 runs at the bottom of the sixth inning.
Freshman Abby Martin, pitching for University, allowed two hits while striking out seven.
Freshman Annie Klemsz had four put outs.
Senior Annabelle Lance hit a triple in the fourth inning, but was unable to score for the Trailblazers.
The Trailblazers face Sheridan High School tomorrow at Roundtripper and travel to Richmond to play Seton Catholic on Thursday.
Softball: HSE knocks off Westfield
FISHERS - The Hamilton Southeastern softball team won a Hoosier Crossroads Conference game over Westfield 9-7.
Jaylah Guilliam was the winning pitcher with 6 strike outs. Alexis Macha come in and got the last 4 outs for the save.
Nicole Dillow led the Royals with 3 hits including a home run. Nicole Lang, Abby Taylor, and Libby Ratliff all had 2 hits apiece. Lang also had a home run.
The Royals return to action 5:30 p.m. Thursday versus Lawrence North.
Tennis: HSE shuts out Noblesville
The #15 Lady Royals defeated Noblesville 5-0 in a Hoosier Crossroads Conference showdown.
Jeorgia Templin set the tempo with a 6-1, 6-0 straight-set victory at No. 3 singles. Templin had more than 10 winners in the second set.
Ashley Spirrison, at No. 1 singles, defeating her opponent 6-0, 6-0.
The match-clinching point came from the No. 2 doubles team of Remi Musselman and Alicia Verde, winning 6-1, 6-0.
The fourth point came from the No. 1 doubles team of Grace Rich and Katie Noble, winning 6-2, 6-2.
The final point for the Royals came from Tory Ochs at No. 2 singles. After a tough first set, Ochs battled back to win the second set 6-4. She then won 10-6 in a third-set super tiebreaker.
The Royals improve to 3-2 on the year and 2-0 in the HCC. They will be back in action 5 p.m. Thursday as they play host to No. 6 Brownsburg.
FISHERS - The fifth-ranked Hamilton Southeastern golf team retained the Mudsock trophy as it defeated Fishers 166-177 on Tuesday at the Hawthorns.
Senior Drew Alexander was medalist in the match with a 39, followed by fellow seniors Alex Bullington and Jake Hutmacher with 42, and Luke Jolly with 43.
The Fishers golf team struggled with windy conditions at the Hawthorns.
Shivom Patel led the Tigers with a 42. Noah Chamberlin carded a 44. Freshman Bryce Robertson shot 45 and fellow Freshman Davey Acres shot a 46. Jackson Ousley and Nick Fisher rounded out our scoring with 46 and 47 respectfully.
Both teams will be back in action 11 a.m. Saturday when they play in the Noblesville Invitational at Fox Prairie Golf Course.