Local sports roundup – October 12


Braves compete in Indy

INDIANAPOLIS — Brownstown Central split matches at the Bishop Chatard Tournament by defeating Park Tudor 25-16, 25-13, 24-26, 25-12 and falling to Chatard 25-22, 25-23, 25-19 on Saturday.

Against Park Tudor, Braves senior Morgan Wehmiller was on the attack making all 29 of her hits with 16 kills.

Danielle Meyer also had a strong outing making 17 of 24 hits with seven kills while Brooke Meyer went 14 of 15 with six kills.

Serving, Richayla Huff was perfect form the line making all 17 attempts, Abby Brown didn’t miss one of her 14 serves and Abby Brown was 10-for-10.

In the Chatard match, Wehmiller led the way making 29 of 33 hits with nine kills.

Maddy Pace led the Braves’ serving unit making all 13 tries with one ace.

Trinity finishes third in Edinburgh Invite

EDINBURGH — The Trinity Lutheran volleyball team went 2-1 at the Edinburgh tournament Saturday, defeating Monrovia 25-18, 25-14, Greenwood Christian 25-8, 25-19 and falling to Class A No. 10 Providence 25-18, 27-25.

After going 1-1 in pool play, the Cougars claimed third place by defeated Greenwood.

Against Greenwood, the Cougars attack was led by Abby Hackman’s 11 for 11 hitting effort with seven kills.

Haylee Barker finished with 10 hits on 13 tries and six kills and Hailley Peters was seven for eight behind three kills.

Serving, the Cougars’ Hayley Carter didn’t miss from the line making all 13 tries with two aces.

As a team, the Cougars (16-9) made 49 of 50 serves with three aces.