Madeleine Pape of Bishop Luers won medalist honors at the girls SAC golf tournament with a 3-over-par 76 at Brookwood Golf Club on Saturday, while Bishop Dwenger ran away with the team title with a score of 354.
Pape recorded two eagles, on the 9th and 18th holes. She beat runner-up Amy Frazier of Bishop Dwenger by five strokes. Akira Seals-Perkins of Concordia and Molly Brehm of Wayne tied with rounds of 83.
Concordia and Wayne's top four players each recorded team totals of 380, 26 strokes behind the Saints, but Concordia prevailed on the strength of their fifth player, Jewel Stephenson.
Snider was fourth with a score of 411, Northrop fifth and North Side sixth. Bishop Luers and South Side did not field full teams.
NE8 GIRLS GOLF CHAMPIONSHIP: DeKalb's Ally Stuckey shot a 1-under -par 70 to win the conference championship at Cross Creek by eight strokes. Columbia City won the team title with a score of 348, led by Katie Hoag and Abbey Pequignot, who both shot 79. Autumn Nelson of Norwell was second with a score of 78. Bellmont finished second as a team with a score of 365 and DeKalb was third at 372. Leo was fourth, Norwell fifth, East Noble sixth, Huntington North seventh and New Haven eighth.
NLC TOURNAMENT: Wawasee finished fourth and Warsaw fifth in the conference tournament held at Stonehenge Golf Course. NorthWood won with a team score of 317. Belle Brunner of Wawasee finished sixth overall with a 11-over-par 82, seven strokes behind winner Cybil Stillson of NorthWood. Delaney Byron shot an 89, the lowest round of any Warsaw player.
CARROLL 1, BREBEUF 0: At Indianapolis, Kelsi Hoot scored on an assist from Sidney Schmitz in the first half, and Carroll (7-2), the No. 13 team in Class 3A, held on for a win over the top-ranked team in Class 2A.
NORTH SIDE 7, SOUTH SIDE 0: At South Side, Harry Khual had a hat trick as the Legends improved to 3-4-1. Ivan Rascon, Kwe Too, Chit Paw and Stalin Cumbe also scored for North Side, which is second in the SAC with a 3-1 conference record. South Side is 0-4 in conference and 2-6 overall.
INDIANA ALL-CATHOLIC XC CHAMPIONSHIP: At Noblesville, the Bishop Dwenger boys won and the Saints girls took third in Catholic school championship. Evan Smith, Atticus Wiseman, Liam Row and Maximilian Simcox took seventh through 10th place to give Bishop Dwenger a team score of 60, beating Cathedral by six points. Bishop Dwenger's Erin Strzelecki won the girls race in 17 minutes, 25.2 seconds, beating second-place Mary Anna Wehrle of Cardinal Ritter by nearly 50 seconds. Cathedral won the girls team title.