On Friday night against the Peru girls, Crafford led the team and was first overall with a time of 11:43 over a 1.7 mile course. Lythgoe was second in 11:53, Abbi Zartman finished fourth 12:12, Musselman was fifth in 12:17 and True was sixth in 12:19. Maddi Zartman finished seventh in 12:34, Jennifer Kreighbaum was eighth in 12:43 and Carlie Deardorff was 10th in 13:08.
The Berries won their first two matches of the day before the championship match against Richmond was rained out.
Logan defeated Maconaquah 5-0 and Seeger 5-0.
Against the Braves, Dustin Clements and Kaleb Overway had the toughest match at No. 1 doubles. They defeated Adam Harts and Nick Love 6-3, 6-2.
Nathaniel King won 6-0, 6-1 at No. 2 singles, and Bryan Zehner (No. 1 singles), Matt Jennings (No. 3 singles) and Lucas Eastburn and Zach Overway (No. 2 doubles) all won by 6-0, 6-0 scores.
Zehner repeated that result against Seeger. King won 4-6, 7-6, (10-8). Jennings won 6-2, 6-4. Clements and Kaleb Overway won 6-2, 6-2, and Eastburn and Jared Cole won 6-0, 6-1.
The Red Devils advanced with wins over Cass and Twin Lakes.
The Berries (5-2) host Peru Wednesday.
Winamac went 3-1 on the day and finished runner-up to Frontier, which avenged a loss to the Warriors earlier in the week.
The Warriors defeated South Newton (25-10, 25-23), Caston (25-15, 25-13) and North White (25-21, 21-25, 16-14) and lost to Frontier (25-17, 22-25, 15-12).
“I thought we had Frontier but just rallied too late in game three,” Winamac coach Cathy DeFries said.
The Warriors lost Ashley Eichelberger to a finger injury in the last game and her status going forward is unknown, DeFries said.
“Overall it was a good day for us minus the injury,” she said. “This has been a long week of games and late nights. It will be nice to have a couple days off before going to Culver on Tuesday.”