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High school roundup

Carroll wins doubles title at tennis regional

Carroll’s Makenzie Schoeff and Taylor Stanchin won the doubles championship in the state individual tennis regionals at Kokomo on Saturday.

They defeated Abigail Fleming and Mason Stanley of Mississinewa in the final, 6-2, 7-6 (5).

Earlier, Schoeff and Stanchin got by Pam Dorman and Sofia Saylor of Terre Haute South, winning 6-2, 6-7 (4), 6-1.

Schoeff, a senior, and Stanchin, a junior, were 20-2 in the regular season and are 7-0 in the state tournament.

Also at Kokomo, Norwell senior Brittany Barger lost 6-0, 6-2 to Lauren Hambrock of Terre Haute South.

Elsewhere, Wawasee’s Katy Ashpole was defeated by default in singles by Abigail Schmidt of Marquette Catholic in the state individual regional at LaPorte.

Also at LaPorte, Columbia City’s Sydney Ford and Macie Hinen fell 6-2, 6-4 in doubles to Ellen Kerr and Natalie Petro of Chesterton. Ford and Hinen finished with a 20-2 overall season record.

Baseball

WESTVIEW 5, CANTERBURY 2: Five errors and a failed rally doomed the Cavaliers in the Class 2A regional at Whiting.

Canterbury fell behind 5-0 in the top of the seventh and then could only get two back in the bottom half.

NORTH WHITE 3, BLACKHAWK CHRISTIAN 2: The Braves left the tying run on first and fell in the Class 1A regional semifinal at Caston. The Braves finished 14-8.

Basketball

JUNIOR ALL-STARS: At Lexington, Kentucky, the Indiana boys, led by 19 points from Penn’s Jordan Geist, defeated Kentucky 113-101. The Indiana girls routed Kentucky 84-61. Canterbury’s Darby Maggard and Homestead’s Josie Fisher did not register any points.

Golf

GOSHEN SECTIONAL: West Noble came in last among the 12 teams at Black Squirrel. The Chargers (431) finished just below Bethany Christian (429) but far behindwinner Northridge (313).

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