The North Clay boys cross-country team capped an undefeated dual meet season by sweeping the top 13 places against host South Putnam on Wednesday night for a 15-50 victory.
The Knights were lead by Sam Spencer who finished first overall with a time of 11:57 on the difficult South Putnam course. Spencer was followed by Chris Smith in second place, Jared Royer in third, Griffin Maurer in fourth, Seth Wright in fifth, Ryan Lutes in sixth, Jordan Maurer in seventh, E.C. Moody in eighth, Josh Lynch in ninth and Austin Akers rounding out the top-10.
In 11th place was Logan Lynch followed by Thad Whittington and Billy McCullough. Griffin Norris was 15th, Adam Clark in 16th, Phillip Atkinson took 17th, Dylan Moore in 18th and Andrew Atkinson in 21st.
The girls had similar success versus the Eagles when they swept 15 of 16 spots in the race.
Team scores were incomplete since South Putnam did not field a complete team.
Tiffany Young placed first overall in the race with a time of 13:01 with Sarah Roeschlein in second, Casandra Barnett in third, Corey Laue in fourth and Allie True in fifth place.
Ashley Woodcox placed sixth with Stormi Raines in seventh, Stephanie McMains in ninth, Lauren Reberger in 10th and Spring Raines in 12th. Sarah Bell followed in 13th place with Olivia Oehler in 14th, Breanna Fagg in 15th and Heather Foxx in 16th.
The Knights girls team suffered just one loss in dual meets this season.
North Clay will conclude their season at the Western Indiana Conference meet at Brown County beginning at 10 a.m.
North Clay volleyball
Both the seventh and eighth grade North Clay volleyball teams kept winning on Wednesday evening with victories over Riverton Parke.
The seventh grade remained unbeaten with a 21-5, 21-17 win over the Panthers.
Shelby Colson had eight service points and an ace followed by Maddi Reinoehl who had six and Ali Rentschler who also had six points. Hannah Van Horn added another three points along with Hannah Emmert.
Ashlyn Yocom had a pair of kills for the Knights and Whitney Sampson had one as Rentschler and Allie Melega had assists.
For the eighth grade who won 20-22, 21-13, 21-13, Morgan Judd had five service points along with Lindsay Thomas.
Traci Sanders had six service points and three aces to go with Lottie King's three points.
Thomas also had six assists as King had three kills along with Ashley Hull. Kyler Clark and Judd each had kills.
The Knights will travel to Sullivan on Saturday for the WIC tournament which begins at 10 a.m.