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Fadness, Guijosa advance to State Finals

Frankfort senior Noemi Guijosa and Rossville junior Morgan Fadness placed third in their respective weight classes late Friday night in the Indiana High School Girls Wrestingl North Regional Tournament at Maconaquah High School in Bunker Hill.

Guijosa and Fadness will compete in the second-annual IHSGW State Finals on Friday night at Lawrence North High School.

Boys’ Basketball

Rossville downs Delphi

The Rossville boys’ basketball team won a 79-65 shootout with the Delphi Oracles on Saturday night at Rossville.

The Hornets got off to a blistering start, scoring 22 points in the first quarter, but the Oracles hung with them and trailed just 57-54 before Rossville pulled away in the final eight minutes.

Four players scored in double-figures for Rossville, and two Hornets scored over 20.

Chase Frey finished with 22 points, eight rebounds, six assists and four steals in the win while Bryce Oliver added 21 points, four rebounds, two steals and a blocked shot, Dawson Jacoby added 13 points and three assists, and Ronin Green came off the bench to chip-in 11 points, four rebounds and two steals.

Rossville had seven turnovers compared to 16 for the Oracles.

The Hornets (4-6, 1-0 Hoosier Heartland Conference) take on the Tri-Central Trojans starting at 7:30 p.m. Friday at Rossville.

At Rossville

HORNETS 79, ORACLES 65

Rossville

Frey 8 6-6 22, Green 3 5-6 11, Jacoby 4 1-2 13, Oliver 6 4-4 21, Shaw 4 0-0 8, Rodkey 2 0-0 4. Totals – 27 16-18 79.

Delphi

Totals – 21 11-17 65.

Delphi 14 13 27 11 — 65

Rossville 22 15 20 22 — 79

3-point goals – Rossville 9 (Oliver 5, Jacoby 4), Delphi 12. Total fouls – Rossville 15, Delphi 17.

 Hot Dogs fall at Zionsville

The Frankfort boys’ basketball team hung with the Eagles through the first two quarters but couldn’t match their pace in the second half of Saturday’s 73-47 loss at Zionsville.

Malik King led the Hot Dogs in scoring with 19 points while Alex Siegfried added 14.

Noah Dubree had six points, and Casey Henry finished with five.

The Hot Dogs are back on their home court on Friday for a 7:30 p.m. Sagamore Athletic Conference game against the Western Boone Stars.

At Zionsville

EAGLES 73, HOT DOGS 47

Frankfort

Dubree 2 2-2 6, King 9 0-1 19, Henry 2 0-0 5, Siegfried 5 0-0 14, Valdes Sandoval 1 0-0 3. Totals – 19 2-3 47.

Zionsville

Totals – 28 12-12 73.

Frankfort 12 15 11 9 — 47

Zionsville 11 17 21 24 — 73

3-point goals – Frankfort 7 (Siegfried 4, Henry, Valdes Sandoval, King), Zionsville 5. Total fouls – Frankfort 10, Zionsville 13.

Bulldogs lose to Northwestern

The Clinton Central Bulldogs lost 57-47 to the Northwestern Tigers on Saturday at Michigantown.

Sophomore Audian Klein came off the bench to lead the Bulldogs in scoring with 12 points while Spencer Smith and Ross Cripe finished with seven points apiece.

The Bulldogs (0-9, 0-4 Hoosier Heartland Conference) take on the Western Panthers starting at 7:30 p.m. Friday at Michigantown.

At Michigantown

TIGERS 57, BULLDOGS 47

Clinton Central

Holden 2 0-0 4, S. Smith 3 0-0 7, R. Cripe 1 4-4 7, Martin 2 1-1 6, B. Smith 2 0-0 6, Barrett 2 1-2 5, Klein 4 0-0 12. Totals – 16 6-7 47.

Northwestern

Totals – 21 16-24 57.

Northwestern 18 6 17 16 — 57

Clinton Central 6 10 9 22 — 47

3-point goals – Clinton Central 9 (Klein 4, B. Smith 2, Martin, R. Cripe, S. Smith), Northwestern . Total fouls – Clinton Central 20, Northwestern 12.

Swimming and Diving

Central girls edge Seeger to complete sweep

The Clinton Central girls’ swimming and diving team edged the Seeger Patriots, 93-90, while Bulldog boys sunk their Seeger competitors, 139-17, Saturday at West Lebanon.

“Like almost every team we compete against, Seeger had more girls than us,” Clinton Central head coach Ken Jones said. “I told our girls that we would have to get a lot of firsts and seconds to win the meet. They won every event except two.”

Brogan Sheets continued to come up big for the Bulldogs, beating the Patriots’ Skyler Ward in the 50-yard freestyle by 0.03 seconds with a time of 26.86 before edging Ward by 0.43 seconds in the 100 freestyle with a time of 59.36. Sheets also helped Kailie Burnette, Mollie McDaniel and Olivia Wyrick beat Ward and the Patriots by just over a second in the 200 freestyle relay (1:56.72) and teamed with Kylie Gilmore, Carly Ellis and Ally Webster to seal the win with a first-place finish in the 400 freestyle relay (4:45.37). Brogan barely beat Seeger’s best swimmer all three times they competed, Jones said. “Brogan also anchored the 400 relay team to go 4-0 on the day.”

Also winning for the Bulldogs in the girls’ meet were Gilmore in the 200 freestyle (2:32.66) and the 500 freestyle (6:52.96), McDaniel in the 200 individual medley (2:53.06), Burnette in the 100 butterfly (1:18.34) and the 100 backstroke (1:13.94). Bailey Deardorff (1:26.28) and Wyrick (1:26.91) made the win possible with a 1-2 finish in the 100 breaststroke.

Clinton Central set 21 personal-bests in the boys’ lopsided win.

Winning for the Clinton Central boys were the 200 medley relay team of Aidan Hendrickson, Payton Bray, Lane Laughner and Kaleb Boone (2:01.30), Hendrickson in the 200 freestyle (2:08.40) and the 500 freestyle (5:48.80), Erik McCarty in the 200 individual medley (2:28.97) and the 100 backstroke (1:06.95), Corey Niemann in the 50 freestyle (25.84) and the 100 freestyle (55.71), Tyler Ray in diving (163.00), Colton Payne in the 100 butterfly (1:12.82), the 200 freestyle relay team of Mitchell Ferrell, Payne, Niemann and Austin Orem (1:49.93), Kaleb Boone in the 100 breaststroke (1:25.94) and the 400 freestyle relay team of Niemann, Orem, John Dunn and Ferrell (4:15.50).

“I moved most of the (boys’) team around in different events so they can appreciate what their teammates do on a regular basis,” Jones said. “Austin Orem keeps dropping time every meet. I’m thrilled that he decided to give swimming a try this year because he is doing really well. We also learned that we can move people around in different events, and they can do really well in them. Erik McCarty impressed me in the 200 IM and backstroke, which are two events he never swims.”