VEEDERSBURG, Ind. —
After winning the Bi-County swim meet on Saturday, the Fountain Central girls swim team continued their unbeaten season with a 128-45 win over Southmont.
Clare McGrady (100 yard freestyle, 100 breaststroke), Abigail Campbell (diving, 50 freestyle) and Shelby Gulley (200 and 500 freestyle) each won two events for the Mustangs while Haley Gibbs won the 200 Individual medley, and Abby Moore won the 100 butterfly.
The 200 medley team of Hannah Gayler, McGrady, Moore and Campbell, the 200 freestyle team of McGrady, Gibbs, Gulley and Campbell and the 400 freestyle team of Gibbs, Moore, Gayler and Gulley each won relay races for Fountain Central, who is 12-0 this season.
The Boys team also beat Southmont with a 82-54 score.
Weston Phillips won the 200 and 500 freestyle races for Fountain Central, while Jon Nine won the 200 individual medley and 100 butterfly, Kale Freeman won the diving and Nick Hall won the 100 backstroke.
The 200 medley relay team of Hall, Phillips, Nine and Freeman also won for the Mustangs
DANVILLE — Jon Delzell won the 50 (22.33) and 100 (50.59) freestyle races but the Vikings fell short to the Tigers.
Jordan Ledesma won in diving for Danville (167.85) while Tristan Wolfe won the 100 backstroke (1:02.33) and Lucas Miller won the 100 butterfly (1:02).
PREP BOYS BASKETBALL
Bishop McNamara 64
KANKAKEE — Alex Portwood had 17 points but it was not enough as they lost the Fightin Irish.
Jeff Cann had 14 points and six rebounds for Milford, who was without senior guard Josh Killion because of an injury, while Jacob Rogers had six points.
The Bearcats will try to regroup on Jan. 22 when they play Salt Fork in Vermilion Valley Conference action.
PREP GIRLS BASKETBALL
Judah Christian 56
First Baptist 21
DANVILLE — Mai Lin Davis scored nine points for the Knights, but it was not enough as they lost to Judah Christian.
St. Joseph-Ogden 53
ST. JOSEPH — Jesse Jennings got the only pin at 285 pounds for the Blue Devils .
Danny Feezor (126) and Tyler Pasley (138) each got decision wins for Bismarck-Henning while Davin Huber (120) won by forfeit.