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May 16, 2014

Prep roundup for Friday, May 16

Western, Northwestern and Eastern post wins in girls tennis

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Isaac Hanny and Spencer Day rounded out Eastern’s team score with 54s.

Rossville 167, Tri-Central 246

Rossville’s Austin Miller fired a 38 to win honors in the dual match at Tipton Municipal.

Jacob Bennett led TC with a 50 and was followed by Nolan Kimbrough (59), Jackson Reeves (65) and Garrett Wyant (72).

BOYS TRACK

Kokomo 80, Logansport 52

Quadruple winner Jordan Nix led the way as Kokomo closed its regular season with a victory on Logansport’s track.

Individually, Nix won the 110-meter high hurdles (:16.3), 300 intermediate hurdles (:44.0) and long jump (19-4). He also ran on the winning 4x100 relay team.

Also winning individual events for the Kats were: Hanif Burnett (100 dash, :11.5); Jeremy Breedlove (800 run, 2:04.3); Tymon Hall (high jump, 5-8); and Avery Barrett (pole vault, 13-3).

The Kats also won a pair of relays. Colton Pearce, Jordan Fivecoate, Ethan Sharp and Breedlove won the 4x800 in 8:45.2. Burnett, Nix, Jordan Rawlins and Hall won the 4x100.

Rolando Tyler had runner-up finishes in the high hurdles, 200 dash and pole vault and Jordan Rawlins had runner-up showings in the 100 and 400 dashes. Six other Kat athleties also had second-place finishes.

GIRLS TENNIS

Western 4, Carroll 1

The Panthers improved to 2-1 this week and 4-8 on the season with the road win.

The Panthers swept the singles matches. Brooke Jansen was a 6-4, 6-1 winner at No. 1, Allie Ault was a 6-2, 6-1 winner at No. 2 and Baylee Harbaugh pitched a 6-0, 6-0 shutout at No. 3.

Western’s other point came at No. 2 doubles where Macey Bickford and Tara Hellriegel were 6-4, 6-2 winners.

“They’ve been playing awesome this week,” Western coach Amy Messer said of her players. “I’m very proud of Brooke Jansen winning against Eastern [Wednesday] and then winning again [Thursday]. She is really coming into her own even as a freshman. She has learned a lot this year and has grown a lot.

“Allie and Baylee have been consistent and it was a really good win for the No. 2 doubles. It was good all around.”

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