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HS Roundup: Price named 1A cross-country runner of the year | High school sports

Each week, we bring readers some of the highlights from the previous days on individual and team sporting achievements from some of the games, matches and fixtures that THB Sports was unable to cover.

TUESDAY

Maddy Poynter led three in double figures with 13 points as Lapel took a 56-47 win at Wabash. Poynter also had eight rebounds and three assists while rookie Laniah Wills had her fourth double-double in as many games with 12 points and 12 rebounds. Deannaya Haseman added 12 points and seven rebounds, AnnaLee Stow had nine points and Kerith Renihan dished out six assists.

Madison-Grant improved to 3-0 with a 44-40 overtime win at Marion. Maddy Moore led the way for the Argylls with 16 points and five rebounds while Jasmyn Rainey contributed 11 points and seven rebounds.

WEDNESDAY

Four state finalists were among five area runners named All-State by the Indiana Association of Track and Cross Country Coaches. Liberty Christian’s Noah Price headlined the group as Class 1A Male Rider of the Year while Lapel’s Cameron Smith and Sophie Goodwin were named to the Boys’ and Girls’ 2A teams. Daleville’s Faith Norris was named 1A Girls All-State while Pendleton Heights sophomore Ava Jarrell — who placed 31st at the state meet — earned an all-state 4A honorable mention.

THURSDAY

Alexandria overcame an early double-digit deficit for a 48-47 victory at Yorktown behind 33 points from sophomore Jacklynn Hosier. Lily Harpe added five points as the Tigers improved to 5-0 in the young season.

FRIDAY

Whitney Warfel scored 25 points and grabbed eight rebounds to lead Pendleton Heights to a 60-53 victory at Greenfield-Central. Kaycie Warfel added 21 points and eight steals as the Arabs improved to 2-0 in the Hoosier Heritage Conference.

SATURDAY

Daleville shared all four of its games in the season-opening Bronco Super Duals wrestling invite, but three Broncos were undefeated that day. Daleville fell to Hamilton Southeastern and Frankfort and beat Blackford and Wapahani with Dawson Brooks, Ayden Ramirez and Weston Tooley finishing 4-0.

With victories over West Lafayette Harrison, Taylor, Marion, Western and Blue River, Madison-Grant took home the top prize in the McKoon Invitational at Taylor High School. Five Argylls – McKenna Craig, Nathan Knopp, Lucas Knopp, Gavin Colburn and Boston Caudell – finished 5-0 days for MG.

Pendleton Heights started with a strong 4-1 performance at the Hamilton Heights Super Six. Brooks Bond at 106lbs and Jackson Todd at 145lbs were 5-0 for the Arabs.

Freshman Gabbi Patrick scored a career-high 22 points to lead Shenandoah (2-3) to a 57-22 win over Cambridge City Lincoln.