Players of the Week
G: Helena Talbot, Pendleton Hts & Cleo Mills, Mt. Vernon
Talbot tallied four goals on the week, including a hat trick against New Palestine. Mills scored nine goals on the week, including two each against Batesville and Lawrence Central and five against Delta. She became MV’s career scoring leader with 71 goals, doing so in three years.
B: Zac Stanley, Delta & Caleb Mundell, Greenfield-C.
Stanley scored nine goals as the Eagles went 2-1 on the week. Mundell scored twice against Yorktown and was key in the midfield as G-C clinched a piece of the HHC title.
News and notes
Greenfield-Central solidified its claim on the conference boys lead with two victories last week, including a 6-3 OT win over Shelbyville Monday. The Cougars can clinch the HHC title Thursday at New Castle. Zack Bell had two goals and two assists for G-C against Shelby. Trae Hassbroek had a goal and an assist for the Bears. Later, G-C beat Yorktown 3-1 behind Caleb Mundell’s two goals. Aden Lovelace scored for the Tigers.
Mt. Vernon clinched at least second place with a 3-0 win over Pendleton Heights. Tylin Broaders scored twice for MV and Noah Whitehouse made eight saves. Earlier in the week, PH beat New Castle 3-0. Abe Bohlsen had two assists and Ethan Hunt the shutout.
Also in HHC action, Delta beat New Castle 4-2 Monday, with Zac Stanley scoring all four Eagle goals. Thursday, Regan Frost scored twice as Yorktown beat Delta 4-2. Stanley scored for the Eagles.
Mt. Vernon has clinched at least a share of the HHC girls championship. The Marauders can win the title outright Monday with a win over Pendleton Heights. A PH win would share the title between the two teams.
The Marauders clinched with a 10-0 win over Delta Saturday. Cleo Mills scored five goals to become MV’s career scoring leader. Alexi Hardie and Kassidy Hammans had three assists each.
PH kept itself in the title hunt with a 4-0 win over New Palestine Wednesday. Helena Talbot had a hat trick and Taylor Fort three assists for the Arabians.
Greenfield-Central clinched third place with a 10-0 win over New Castle and a 5-0 win over Shelbyville. Kelsi McLaughlin had four goals in the New Castle game. Anne Marie Dekeyser had three goals and six assists in the two games.