Girls Lacrosse: The girls lacrosse team kicked off the season on March 8 vs. Guerin Catholic High School, followed by Fishers High School a few nights later. The young team lost their first two games but started to find their rhythm after a win vs. Warren Central High School. The Panthers then lost 13-12 to Heritage Christian, but had a commanding win over Zionsville 20-12. The team is being anchored in goal by two freshmen, Sela Larman and Jordan Sims-Rhodes. Their defense is led by Olivia White, Sarah Hartman, Lilly Harris, Zoe Paugh and Alyssa Gains. Leading scorers for the team are senior Lucy Crossin and Margaret McClain. Captains Annie Murphy, Lucy Crossin, Lily Freihofer and Margaret McClain are leading the team on and off the field. The team will travel to Brebeuf this evening for 6:00 p.m. game.
Girls Tennis: The girls tennis team begins the season with a #1 pre-season ranking. There are 44 players on the team, who played their first match on Tuesday against a very competitive Heritage Christian team.
Varsity: Won 5-0
1. Singles: Lauren Long won 6-4, 6-2
2. Singles: Caroline Kittle won 6-2, 6-4
3. Singles: Anastasia Ebersole won 4-6, 6-4, 10-6
1. Doubles: Kate Fryburg/Lauren Kittle won 6-0, 6-0
2. Doubles: Emma Bols/Catherine Niculescu won 6-1, 6-3
JV: Won 5-0
1. Singles: Ria Tandra won 8-4
2. Singles: Zoe Green won 8-1
1. Doubles: Katie Pavlack/Natalie Whitacre won 8-3
2.Doubles: Abby Langer/Kate McDonald won 8-0
3.Doubles: Isabella Alaimo/Lizzie Fisher won 8-1
The team will play today on the road against New Palestine.
Boys Lacrosse: The boys lacrosse team notched its first win of the season in its first home game on Tuesday night, defeating the Orioles of Avon 17-6. Freshman goalie Yoav Ehrlich earned his first career varsity win filling in for injured senior Charlie Rominger. Senior captain Tate Surtani led the Panthers with 7 goals. Sophomore Jack Sturman finished the contest with a team-high 3 assists. Senior captain Gavin Murphy scooped up 7 ground balls to set the pace in that crucial statistic. Defensive midfielder sophomore Donovan Pitts was awarded the game ball for his outstanding performance. The boys play a JV/varsity doubleheader at Brownsburg next Wednesday, April 28.
Baseball: The PT baseball team is off to a strong start, with a current record of 3-1. The team started their season over spring break with an 11-1 win over the Eagles from South Putnam High School. The team then followed up with a 22-9 win over the Bulldogs from Lapel. Last night the team traveled to Seton Catholic High School to take on the Cardinals in a PACC Conference matchup. After falling behind 4-2, the Panthers rallied and exploded offensively to earn a 17-5 victory. The team will be in action again tomorrow evening (4/16) at Scecina vs. the Crusaders at 5:30 p.m.
Softball: The softball team opened their season with a bang on Tuesday against Horizon Christian, winning 17-16 in a 2-hour game. Zoe Sims Rhodes had her first start as pitcher and racked up four strike outs. Offensively, Hanna Warren scored our first "inside the park home run." Up next on the schedule is Trader's Point today at home and Providence Cristo Rey away on Friday.