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September 13, 2013

H.S. ROUNDUP: Silver Creek volleyball upsets Brownstown

Mustangs get by Henryville; Jeff sweeps Clarksville in volleyball action

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SELLERSBURG — SILVER CREEK 2, CORYDON CENTRAL 2

At Silver Creek

    Halftime score: Silver Creek 1-0.

    Silver Creek goals: Alan Cruz, Caleb Scarbrough.

    Silver Creek assists: Gabriel Masso 2.

    Saves: Silver Creek — John Osterhoudt 9.

    Note: The Dragons led 2-0 before the Panthers scored two goals in the final 10 minutes.

    Quotes: Silver Creek coach Colin Bell, “We played well in the first half of the game and got rewarded by being up 1-0 at half. We got a little taste of the win and began to play not to lose instead of playing to win. Thankfully, John Osterhoudt was on his game tonight or we could have easily lost. The majority of [his saves] were in high-pressure situations.”

    Records: 2-1-4.

    Next: Henryville at Silver Creek, Monday.

CHARLESTOWN 5, SALEM 3

At Charlestown

SCORING PLAYS

First half

    S — Jason Lewis (unassisted), 1st min.

    C — Rodrigo Martinez (Michael Navetta), 8th.

    S — Lewis (unassisted), 15th.

    S — Lewis (unassisted), 18th.

    C — Esdras Hernandez (Navetta), 22nd.

    C — Navetta (Trent Wright), 25th.

    C — Navetta (unassisted), 28th.

Second half

    C — Bryce Shreve (Alfredo Arredondo), 76th.

    Quotes: Charlestown coach Andrew Smith, “This is two games in a row that we have had to grind out results with sloppy, poor play and lethargic passing and off-the-ball movement. I am proud of my team for being able to comeback and get these results, but I really wish they would stop.”

    Next: Charlestown at Southern Indiana Soccer Classic, Saturday at Southwestern.

GIRLS’ SOCCER

SEYMOUR 6, NEW ALBANY 4

At Seymour

    Halftime score: Seymour 4-2.

    New Albany goals: Rachel Geveden 3, Stephanie Iglesias.

    Notes: Geveden scored the Bulldogs’ final three goals for a hat trick. All four New Albany goals were unassisted.

    Quotes: New Albany coach Tim Quakenbush, “The girls continue to make improvements in possession and in the attack. We’re still losing focus as a whole in the defensive third, but we will resolve that issue before tournament time. Rachel Geveden has been stellar up top this year and had a great game tonight.”

    Records: New Albany 3-5.

    JV: Tie, 1-1 (New Albany record 2-2-1).

    Next: New Albany at Salem, Monday.

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