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September 26, 2013

WEDNESDAY HIGH SCHOOL ROUNDUP: New Albany girls blank Devils, 2-0

Henryville volleyball sweeps Clarksville

JEFFERSONVILLE — New Albany scored one goal in each half and the Bulldog defense kept Jeffersonville under control in a 2-0 win at Jeffersonville in Wednesday’s girls’ soccer action.

Stephanie Iglesias scored on an assist from Kylie Harris midway through the opening half to opening the scoring.

The score remained 1-0 until Rachel Geveden — the Bulldogs’ top scorer on the season — gave the Bulldogs an insurance goal with six minutes remaining in the contest.

“Hard-fought win,” New Albany coach Tim Quakenbush said. “Jeff played us well. We’re improving with our possession of the ball each game since [a 6-0 loss to] Floyd Central [last week], but we’re still missing some good opportunities to score.”

Much of the credit for the win goes to the New Albany defense and Rachel Bowden, in particuar, Quakenbush said.

The game was a pinkout with both sides wearing pink in honor of breast cancer awareness.

New Albany, which hosts Providence next Tuesday, improves to 6-7 on the season and 3-3 in the Hoosier Hills Conference. Jeffersonville (3-7-1, 0-3-1) travels to Floyd Central next Tuesday.


At Jeffersonville


First half

    N — Stephanie Iglesias (Kylie Harris), 21st min.

Second half

    N — Rachel Geveden (unassisted), 35th.

    Records: New Albany 6-7 (3-3 HHC); Jeffersonville 3-7-1 (0-3-1).

    JV: Jeffersonville 2-1.

    Next: New Albany hosts Providence, Tuesday; Jeffersonville at Floyd Central, Tuesday.



At Clarksville

    Set scores: 25-21, 25-11, 25-18.

    Henryville stats: Courtney Rappe 8 kills, 6 digs, 3 blocks, 2 aces; Emily Hollis 25 assists, 4 aces; Haley Huddleston 9 kills.

    Henryville coach Shallon Hill, “I can’t praise Haley Huddleston enough. She’s working so hard offensively and defensively as well. I’m just really pleased with her. All of my girls are doing great. This is a fun bunch to coach.”

    Clarksville coach John McEwen, “Hollis is one of the hardest working setters I’ve seen there. As she gets more experience under her belt, she will be one of the premier setters in the area.”

    Records: Henryville 14-9, Clarksville 11-9.

    Next: Henryville at Crothersville, Monday. Clarksville hosts West Washington, today.

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