Lady Tigers lacrosse tops Cathedral
There was a different result in the Lady Tigers second overtime game of the year defeating top ranked Cathedral 13-12 with a goal 55 seconds into overtime. Leading scorer, Mac Miller, scored the game winner. It was her 7th goal of the game. The offensive support again came from Nina Dillard (3 goals) and Skylar Fulton (2 goals). However, the offense did not outshine the Tigers best defensive effort of the year. A pair of freshman, Gracie Bicknell and Emily Gausepohl, were major contributors on defense with the aggressive on ball pressure. Abby Trent played her best game of her career helping the Tigers limit the Cathedral midfield. The game heavily favored the Irish early, but a strong team defensive effort helped level the one-sided time of possession allowing one of the top offenses in the state more opportunities to score. The Tigers will take a well-deserved vacation but will look to continue their winning streak April 11th at Lafayette Harrison.

HSE girls lacrosse gets 9-7 win over Brebeuf
HSE’s girls varsity lacrosse team defeated Brebeuf 9-7 last Wednesday night. In a first half with turnovers on both sides of the field, the Lady Royals hit their stride and a strong defensive effort with a balanced attack put them on top. The Royals snapped a three game losing streak after opening the season with a 23-0 route of Northridge. Adjustments on attack and transitions, along with strong draw controls gave the Royals the edge. Megan Merryman scored a goal with 1:43 left to put the Royals ahead 8-7. Merryman scored again with 46 seconds left - her third goal of the game. Rachel Harris added two goals and three assists, Chloe Szot had two goals, Sam Borgert tallied a goal and an assist, and Jenna Jenkins added a goal. 20 ground balls, 10 forced turnovers, and an interception made it tough for Brebeuf to get good looks at the goal. Solid defense from Kayla Sundling, Ashlynn Green, Ella Zingraf, Olivia Schenck, and Olivia Castor led the charge. Goalie Chloe Maddox had 5 saves for the Royals. Varsity next hosts Roncalli on April 9 at 7:30 p.m.

HSE boys freshman baseball falls to Brownsburg
Hamilton Southeastern JV White lost the lead late in a 7-2 defeat to Brownsburg last Wednesday. The game was tied at one with Brownsburg batting in the top of the fourth when Thompson drew a walk, scoring one run. After Brownsburg scored one run in the top of the sixth, Hamilton Southeastern JV White answered with one of their own. Nick Payne doubled on a 2-1 count, scoring one run. Colin St. Clair took the loss. He lasted two-thirds of an inning, allowing one hit and six runs while striking out one. Cam Howard started the game.. He lasted three innings, allowing two hits and zero runs while striking out three. Ian Bucher, Mikey Nash, and Payne each collected one hit to lead.

HSE junior varsity baseball tops Brownsburg
Hamilton Southeastern JV Royal defeated Brownsburg 3-0 on Wednesday as two pitchers combined to throw a shutout. Jason Dettman struck out Pierson to finish off the game. The pitching was strong on both sides. JV Royal pitchers struck out four, while Brownsburg pitchers sat down four. Michael Brucker got the win. He allowed three hits and zero runs over four innings, striking out two. Dettman threw three innings in relief out of the bullpen. Noah Wolf led with two hits in three at bats. Hamilton Southeastern JV Royal was sure-handed and didn't commit a single error. J.T. Munchner made the most plays with six.

Fishers girls varsity softball shuts out Zionsville
Hannah Mays shut down Zionsville, throwing a complete game shutout and leading Fishers Tigers Varsity to a 10-0 victory on Tuesday. Brooke Benson and Caroline Berhardt collected four hits in four at bats to help lead Fishers Tigers Varsity to victory.  Fishers Tigers Varsity opened up scoring in the first inning. Fishers Tigers Varsity scored one run when Jade Frye singled. Fishers Tigers Varsity scored three runs in the sixth inning. Fishers Tigers Varsity big bats were led by Benson, Mays, and Caroline Bernhardt, who each had RBIs in the inning. One bright spot for Zionsville was a single by Gobeyn in the second inning. Mays led the Fishers Tigers Varsity to victory in the circle. She lasted six innings, allowing three hits and zero runs while striking out five and walking zero. Webber took the loss for Zionsville. She went five and a third innings, allowing eight runs on 16 hits, striking out four and walking zero. Fishers Tigers Varsity racked up 20 hits in the game. Bernhardt, Benson, Olivia Latimer, Mays, Courtney James, Olivia Stinson, and Frye all had multiple hits for Fishers Tigers Varsity. Benson and Bernhardt each collected four hits to lead Fishers Tigers Varsity. Fishers Tigers Varsity was sure-handed and didn't commit a single error. Bernhardt made the most plays with nine.

HSE boys varsity track finishes in first at Carmel
The Boys Varsity Track team won its first outdoor dual meet of the season against Carmel. Notable performances came from Noah Malone, who won both the 100 M Dash and 200 M Dash, and Gage Pratt, who finished 2nd in both the 100 and 200. Caleb Durden finished 2nd in the long jump at 20' 1 1/2". Evan Lantz finished 2nd in the discus with a throw of just over 124'. Emilio Rios-Rojas broke 53 seconds in the 400 M dash, finishing 2nd with a time of 52.85. Finally, in the 1600 run, Jacob Wiggers and Brady Jarosinski finished 1st and 2nd with times of 4:27 and 4:29 respectively. The Royals are back in action after spring break.

Lady Tigers varsity lacrosse tops Westfield
The Tigers started last Tuesday’s the game with a 4-0 run and never lost the lead in a win over HCC rival Westfield. Mac Miller tallied 7 goals followed by a 4 goal effort from Skylar Fulton. Nina Dillard and Renata Garcia continued their scoring streak as the Tigers rebounded from a tough OT loss Tuesday. The Tigers went on to travel to play top-ranked Cathedral on Wednesday. The Lady Tigers won that game 13-12.

HSE softball takes tough loss to Brownsburg
The HSE varsity softball team lost a heartbreaker to Brownsburg last Tuesday by a score of 6-5. The Royals had 14 hits for the game. Both Nicole Lang and Kaelin Wincek hit two run home runs each. The Royals will travel to Terre Haute for their next game on Friday, April 5.