Medora’s volleyball team pulled out a win in five sets on Thursday, but Trinity Lutheran’s soccer and girls golf teams suffered losses.
Medora 3, West Washington 2
In Medora’s home opener, the Hornets defeated West Washington 19-25, 26-24, 25-22, 23-25, 15-13.
“We struggled there at the beginning, but they stayed mentally tough, they just kept pushing, and they played one point at a time,” Hornets coach Sara Carney said.
Hannah Elkins led Medora with 15 kills and six aces.
On Saturday, the Hornets (1-1) will play in the Eastern Greene Invitational.
Greenwood Christian 2, Trinity Lutheran 0
Greenwood Christian scored a goal right before halftime and another goal 23 minutes into the second half before lightning struck.
Officials called the game, and Greenwood Christian won 2-0 over Trinity Lutheran.
On Saturday morning, Trinity (0-1) will play host to Rising Sun.
Christian Academy 188, Trinity Lutheran 227
Brennyn Pollert carded a career-low score of 47, but Christian Academy defeated Trinity Lutheran 188-227 at Hidden Creek Golf Club at Sellersburg.
Anna Nagino was next for Trinity with a 49, while Shelby Nierman had a 61, and Cassidy Prentice shot a 70 in her first match of the season.
Christian Academy’s Sydney Shrebtienko was medalist with a 2-over-par 37.
Today, the Cougars play host to Jac-Cen-Del and Milan.
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