Kokomo goalie Caleb Cook finished with six saves.
“It was just an easy game for us,” Kokomo coach Kismet Morrison said. “We could’ve tied it in the first 20 minutes, but after our game against Western [Monday] we were taking things easy. It was a good win for us.”
Maconaquah 2, N. Miami 0
Maddie Guyer scored both goals for Maconaquah in its road victory. Jaleigha Stull and Haley Yeager recorded an assist each.
Rossville 7, Taylor 0
The Titans dropped their season opener at Rossville. Titan keeper Lydia Owens had 17 saves.
Tri-Central def. Frankton 25-17, 25-20, 25-22
Shelby Ramsey served 15 points including five aces and also recorded six kills, two blocks and 17 digs to lead the Trojans to a sweep of the Eagles.
Also for TC, libero Haley Farris had 21 digs, Tara Davis dished 15 assists and Amelia Moe, playing her first match following an injury, floored eight kills.
North Miami Invite
Rochester took top team honors in the seven-team meet. Taylor ran incomplete.
Maconaquah’s Quin Reinhardt won the race in 18:23.
Kaleil Rucker led Taylor in 34th place in 24:34. Nick Denman followed in 35th at 24:52, and Stephen Sholty added a 42nd-place showing in 26:42.
“For this being Rucker’s first-ever race as a senior, it was nice to see him leading the pack,” Taylor coach Matt Carlile said. “With the other guys being so close, I can see them pushing each other to good times for them this season.”
North Miami Invite
Rochester took top team honors, led by race winner Sarah Burch, who finished in 21:38.
Cami Hansen led an incomplete Taylor squad with a third-place showing in 22:06. Paige Welsh finished in 16th in 26:07, Ashley Nguyen finished in 27th in 31:32, and Kiley Williams added a 32nd-place finish in 33:58.
“It was nice to have two in the top 20,” Taylor skipper Carlile said. “Cami Hansen is going to definitely be one to watch. Paige Welsh, as well, is right behind Cami.”