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September 22, 2013

H.S. ROUNDUP: Devils beat Memorial to win Jeff Classic

Clarksville volleyball takes Borden Tournament title

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> SOUTHERN INDIANA — GIRLS’ SOCCER

BEDFORD NORTH LAWRENCE 3, JEFFERSONVILLE 0

At Jeffersonville

SCORING PLAYS

First half


    B — Kat Emory, 8th min.

    B — Bret Roberts, 14th.

    B — Abby Paisley, 32nd.

    Quotes: Jeffersonville coach Scott Epley, “We played well in the second half. Our couple of their goals were a little fluky and we had a couple starters out. Hannah Scott and Devin Carrier had super games and created a lot of opportunities.”

    Records: Jeffersonville 3-6-2 (0-2-1 HHC).

    Next: Jeffersonville hosts Columbus East, Tuesday.

EVANSVILLE NORTH 4, FLOYD CENTRAL 0

At Floyd Central


    Halftime: North 3-0.

    Note: Michelle Davis scored two goals for the Huskies. North’s other goal was an own goal.

    Quote: Floyd Central coach Lewie Stevens, “We played them mostly straight up, but we continue to make small errors that cost us in big ways against really good teams.”

    Records: Floyd Central 7-3-2.

    JV: North 4-0.

    Next: Floyd Central hosts Christian Academy, Tuesday.

CROSS COUNTRY

CRAWFORD COUNTY INVITATIONAL

At Marengo

GIRLS


    Henryville results: Cia Greene won freshman race, Sadie Spears won senior race, Megan O’Lone was 11th in junior race.

    Notes: The win was Greene’s first as a high school runner.

    Quotes: Henryville coach Brad Nifong, “[Greene] is learning to race now, which is a change for her, because she won a bunch in junior high. I think

she gained some confidence back today. Sadie did what she needed to do to win, but she got held up at the start. She was not happy with her time today.”

    Next: Henryville at Silver Creek Dragon Invitational, Tuesday.

BOYS

    Henryville results: Jacob Hedrick third, Zach Knox 11th in junior race.

    Quotes: Henryville coach Brad Nifong, “Hedrick continues to run well. I love his attitude because he is never satisfied. He’ll contend the rest of the year.”

    Next: Henryville at Silver Creek Dragon Invitational, Tuesday.

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