It was another win for the Triton tennis team Thursday night, beating North Judson 5-0 in a makeup match from earlier in the month.
Singles again were sharp for the Trojans, with Kolbie Mason at No. 1 and Siera Sauer at No. 3 both winning in shutout fashion against Magali Ramos and Alyx trout. Quinn Downing was strong at No. 2, beating Ashlya Householder 6-1, 6-1.
The Trojan doubles teams rolled on, with Hannah Wanemacher and Emma Ross taking out Valerie Metzger and Grace Allender 6-1, 6-1 at No. 1 and Kaylene Slabaugh and Kendra Morris closing out Carina Kolasa and Lauren Sturgell 6-2, 6-3 at No. 2.
Triton also won four of the five JV courts.
Triton moves to 3-0 on the season and 2-0 in the Hoosier North Athletic Conference. Triton will visit Rochester Monday afternoon.
Winamac won a pair of track meets Thursday night, topping Triton and Culver in trios.
Winamac scored a 105 to best Culver’s 34 and Triton’s 26 in the boys meet, and scored a 90 to top Triton’s 56 and Culver’s 19.
Individual results were not immediately released.
Triton will race again Wednesday at home against Knox and LaVille.
In what became a scrimmage of sorts for Triton, the boys golf team shot a 175 against an undermanned Culver squad at Rozella.
Isaac Wall had the low score for Triton with a 41, followed by Braden Kreft’s 43, Beau Hepler’s 44, Mace Eads’ 47 and Bryce Swihart’s 50.
Culver’s scores, along with the Triton JV figures, were not reported.
Triton will golf in Saturday’s Don Dicken Classic at Stonehenge on Saturday morning.
A fast start lifted Triton to a 9-5 win at Goshen Thursday.
Triton jumped out to a 6-0 lead in the fifth before Goshen was able to respond. With Goshen getting three runs back in the fifth, the Trojans responded with two runs in the sixth and a run in the seventh.
Courtney Jennings was the offensive leader with three hits and two runs scored. Nicole Sechrist homered and drove in three, and Taytum Hargrave doubled, tripled and scored twice. Crystal Brown and Kacie Pugh added two hits apiece for the Trojans.
Hannah Woodard worked four innings to get the win in the circle, allowing just two hits and two earned runs. Jennings worked the final three innings to close out the game.
Triton is 4-2 overall and will have its biggest challenge of the early season Saturday in a trip to Wawasee.