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All county schools eliminated in soccer sectionals

Frankfort fell 6-1 to Tri-West in the first round of the Danville Class 2A Boys Soccer Sectional 25 on Tuesday, ending their season at 8-8-1.

The Hot Dogs tied the game at 1 on an Alex Campos goal about a minute after the Bruins had scored, but Tri-West went into the break with a 2-1 advantage after capitalizing on a quick counter strike late in the first half. “Despite solid play and good shots on goal in the second half the Hot Dogs recent struggles of finishing continued and Frankfort did not score again in the game,” Frankfort head coach Chris Butler reported on the team’s athletic website.

The Bruins, a Sagamore Conference opponent, had topped Frankfort, 4-1, during the regular season. They moved on to play state-ranked Danville in a sectional semifinal matchup on Wednesday.

Rossville eliminated 4-0 by Carroll

Carroll beat Class 1A Sectional 38 host Rossville, 4-0, in boys soccer on Tuesday.

The Cougars scored two goals in the first half and two in the second for the win. Carroll got goals from Aaron Atkisson, Fabian Moll, Matthew Gill and Payton Stankard in the win.

Rossville goalkeeper Jarrett Barbour had four saves during the match.

The Hornets finished the season 2-13-2. The Cougars moved on to a semifinal matchup with Faith Christian on Wednesday with the championship in Rossville set for 2 p.m. Saturday.

Girls soccer

Hornets fall to Knights

Rossville fell behind 4-1 at halftime to Lafayette Central Catholic and was eliminated from the Western Boone Class 1A Sectional 38 in girls soccer, 5-1, on Tuesday.

Jayla Rosen scored the Hornets’ first-half goal. Caroline Lutz and Hailey Fallen each scored two goals for the Knights, ranked No. 1 in the state by the Indiana Soccer Coaches Association, and Hailey Cochran scored one.

Rossville finished the season with a 10-8 record, winning their sixth straight Hoosier Heartland Conference championship in the process.

Lafayette Central Catholic (14-2-1) moves on to a sectional semifinal matchup with North White on Thursday.


Hornets hum by the Eagles

Rossville beat visiting Faith Christian in three straight games on Tuesday in volleyball.

The Hornets took the first game 25-18 before finishing out the match with 25-17, 25-22 wins.

Demi Freeman led Rossville with 11 kills and five aces adding nine digs, an assist and a shared block, while Dawson Freeman had a team-high 21 digs with two aces and four assists. Marley Roberts had 28 assists with six digs, a shared block and two kills.

Other contributors included Addie Cooper (eight kills, four aces and a dig), Karie Taylor (five kills), Katie Taylor (five kills, an assist and two assisted blocks), Lacey Starkey (two kills, two assisted blocks and a dig), Reanna Lowery (a kill and nine digs), Emma Dennison (one dig) and Taryn Wainscott (one dig).

The Hornets improved to 11-15 with the win. They finish up their regular season at 6 p.m. tonight, hosting Lafayette Central Catholic.

Prairie loses nail-biter to Delphi

Clinton Prairie lost in five games to host Delphi on Tuesday in Hoosier Heartland Conference volleyball, coming back from two games down before falling by two points in the final game.

The Oracles eked out the first two games, 26-24, 25-23, before Prairie came back to even it by winning the next two, 25-18, 25-17. Delphi won the final game, 16-14, for the victory.

Individual stats for Prairie were not immediately available.

The Gophers fell to 10-16 (3-4 conference) with the loss, while Delphi improved to 7-17 (3-3). Prairie next travels to Clinton Central for a 6 p.m. match tonight.