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September 9, 2013

H.S. ROUNDUP: Boesing leads Warriors past North Harrison in three

Falcone dishes out 30 assists in Christian Academy win

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> SOUTHERN INDIANA — INDIVIDUAL FINALS

Singles


    No. 1 championship — Quinton Coffman (Corydon) d. Josh Vollstedt (Borden) 8-1

    No. 2 championship — Joseph Vollstedt (Borden) d. Ryan Price (Corydon) 8-5

    No. 3 championship — Miles Matthews (New Wash) leads Hurst (Borden) 4-3 (Match suspended due to darkness and will be completed at a later date.)

Doubles

    No. 1 third-place match — Craddock-Scott (Borden) d. Travis McKim-Collin Schindler (New Wash) 8-5

    No. 2 championship — Franklin-Nale (Borden) d. Jackson Taylor-Kyle McPhillips (Corydon) 8-1.

BOYS’ CROSS COUNTRY

ARTESIAN CLASSIC

At Martinsville

BOYS

 
   Borden: 4. Julien Magallanes 15:51, 39. George Tipker 17:15, 44. Nathen Magallanes 17:22, 49. Gavin Tipker 17:25, 82. Brian McGee 18:55.

    Notes: The Braves finished eighth out of 16 schools in the big school division.

    Quote: Borden coach Liz Carmony, “We were very happy with our performance considering we were the only small school in this division.”

    Next: Borden in Scottsburg Invitational, today at Hardy Lake.

VOLLEYBALL

EARLY BIRD TOURNAMENT

At Providence


    Match results: Providence d. Shelbyville; Seymour d. Providence; Columbus East d. Providence; Franklin d. Providence 22-25, 25-21, 15-13.

    Providence four-match statistics: Haley Libs 40 kills, 33 digs, seven blocks; Taylor Wilson 31 kills, 10 blocks; Jacquie Hornung 20 kills, four service aces; Carlie Combs 10 kills; Patricia Mattingly 100 assists, 43 digs, 19 service points, six kills; Audrey Shannon 45 digs; Maddie Bivens 31 digs.

    Quotes: Providence coach Terri Purichia, “[Saturday] was a great measuring stick for where we are right now. We didn’t want to come away with three losses, but the competition of each match was exactly what we have been needing to see. We have areas that we need to improve on in order to be the kind of team we would like to be in October, so this week in practice we will have a great focus on those areas. Saturday was what we needed to improve ourselves, both individually and as a team.”

    Notes: Providence is ranked No. 1 in the latest Class 2A coaches poll.

    Next: Providence at Henryville, tonight.

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