Naimah Slaughter

Rock Creek senior Naimah Slaughter shows off her medals at the IHSAA State Finals. 

Recent Rock Creek graduate, and track & field standout, Na’imah Slaughter recently signed to continue her academic and athletic careers at Purdue Fort Wayne.

In inking with the Mastodons, Slaughter becomes the school’s first-ever NCAA Division I signee.

Slaughter had a sensational spring for the Lions on the track, and in the field. It culminated at the IHSAA State Finals, where Slaughter finished third in the long jump and sixth in the high jump to earn a pair of trips to the podium.


The Floyd Central boys’ tennis team was ranked No. 3 in the Indiana High School Tennis Coaches Association Top 30 poll released Monday.

The Highlanders, who are off to a 3-1 start, are behind only top-ranked — and three-time defending state champion — Carmel and No. 2 Homestead.

Last weekend, Floyd beat fourth-ranked North Central 3-2 and lost 3-2 to No. 7 Cathedral.

The Highlanders are scheduled to play at Bloomington South today before hosting Jasper on Wednesday and 14th-ranked Evansville F.J. Reitz on Saturday.



 1. Carmel

 2. Homestead

 3. Floyd Central

 4. North Central

 5. Brebeuf

 6. Columbus North

 7. Cathedral

 8. Fishers

 9. Center Grove

10. Park Tudor

11. FW Carroll

12. Terre Haute South

13. Munster

14. Evansville F.J. Reitz

15. West Lafayette

16. Westfield-Washington

17. Jasper

18. SB St. Joseph

19. FW Canterbury

20. Hamilton Southeastern

21. Brownsburg

22. Castle

23. Crown Point

24. Lafayette Harrison

25. Avon

26. Delta

27. Zionsville

28. Marion

29. Culver Academies

30. Lawrence North

    District 8 rankings: 1. Floyd Central; 2. Columbus North; 3. Jeffersonville; 4. Seymour; 5 (tie). Providence, New Albany; 7. Greensburg; 8. Batesville



The Floyd Central girls’ golf team fell two spots, from No. 18 to No. 20, in the Indiana High School Golf Coaches Association Top 20 poll released Sunday night.



 1. Evansville North

 2. Homestead

 3. Westfield

 4. Carmel

 5. Zionsville

 6. Columbus North

 7. NorthWood

 8. Crown Point

 9. Penn

10. Culver Academy

11. Center Grove

12. Evansville Memorial

13. Brownsburg

14. Franklin

15. Noblesville

16. Hamilton Southeastern

17. Lake Central

18. Lapel

19. Guerin Catholic

20. Floyd Central



Saturday, the Floyd Central girls' golf team won its Culver’s Classic at Old Capital Golf Club in Corydon.

Floyd fired a season-low score of 338. Sophomore Sophie Cook earned medalist honors by beating Bedford North Lawrence’s Olivia Sanders in a playoff after shooting a 77 in regulation.



Saturday at Old Capital GC, Corydon

   Team scores: Floyd Central 338, Bedford NL 349, Columbus East 370, New Albany 403, Madison 422, Corydon Central 424, Providence 424.

   Medalist: Sophie Cook (Floyd) 77; defeated BNL’s Olivia Sanders in a playoff.

   Floyd: Cook 77, Zoe Hoehn 85, Haleigh Cullins 86, Sydney Juliot 90, Audrey Giovenco 94, Jolie Bane 107.

   New Albany: Kennedy Lee 96, Sarah Jefferson 96, Avery Carroll 105, Maddie Daniel 106, Katie Daniel 120.

  Providence: Kennedy Allender 102, Lilly Chapman 103, Kasey Lockard 107, Reese Bottorff 112, Abby Shavers 125.



  • For the third year in a row, the Henryville boys’ tennis team won Saturday’s Musketeer Invitational at Eastern. Zidon and Zerach Coats won their brackets at Nos. 1 and 3 singles, respectively, while Xavier Coats and Taylor Guthrie were second at No. 2 doubles.
  • The Borden boys’ cross country team took third while the girls finished fifth in Saturday’s Jeremy Wright Memorial Small School Invitational at Blue River Cross Country Course in Shelbyville. Sterling Mikel and Gavin Just led the boys by finishing 12th and 13th overall, respectively. Kaylie Magallanes led the Borden girls by placing 30th.
  • New Washington’s Jesus Diaz finished ninth and Jayden Bufford 20th at Saturday’s Madison Invitational.
  • The Borden boys’ tennis team finished second in the Bedford North Lawrence Invitational on Saturday. The Braves fell 3-2 to Bloomfield in the final. For Borden, Mason Carter (No. 2 singles) and Kaden Holmes (No. 3 singles) went undefeated through the tournament.
  • Floyd Central boys soccer blanked Bedford North Lawrence 5-0 Saturday. Drew Cromwell had a goal and an assist while Xander Ochsner had a pair of assists for the victorious Highlanders.

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