5 should see highschool occasions this week – Journal & Courier


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Sydney Jacobsen helped Harrison win a sectional title final season. (Picture: John Terhune/Journal & Courier)

Postseason begins this week for tennis and monitor and subject. 

Here is the place you need to be this week:

Monday: North Central Convention golf

Pebble Brook Golf Course in Noblesville is the location for the NCC meet, the place Harrison, McCutcheon and Lafayette Jeff will compete in opposition to the remainder of the league. 

Tuesday: Women monitor and subject sectionals

Benton Central will shoot for a seventh straight sectional title on its residence monitor and a 25th in program historical past. In the meantime, at Harrison, West Lafayette is attempting to win a fifth championship in a row. The Pink Devils took down two sectional information a yr in the past and a number of other extra might be in jeopardy this time round.

Wednesday-Friday: Women tennis sectional

After a sectional three-peat from 2013-15, Harrison broke a three-year drought by defeating Lafayette Jeff in final yr’s sectional championship. The all-Tippecanoe County ladies tennis sectional draw, to be performed at Cumberland Elementary in West Lafayette, will see the draw Monday. The match begins Wednesday and the championship might be performed Friday night.

Thursday: Boys monitor and subject sectional

Final yr, Harrison received a sectional title for the primary time in 14 years regardless of not profitable a single occasion. The Raiders would be the favourite once more on the West Lafayette Sectional, however have loads of people who ought to be within the combine for occasion wins. Fountain Central claimed the sectional title at Benton Central final yr, the primary sectional championship for the Mustangs program.

Friday: Harrison baseball at Central Catholic

A pleasant little in-town tune up that may lead into the final week of the common season. Harrison had discovered its footing, profitable seven video games in a row earlier than Saturday, whereas Central Catholic all the time will get up for county video games in opposition to the “huge colleges.”

Sam King covers highschool sports activities for the Journal & Courier. E mail him at sking@jconline.com and comply with him on Twitter and Instagram @samueltking.


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