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September 24, 2013

TUESDAY HIGH SCHOOL ROUNDUP: Creek girls capture Dragon Invite title

Borden boys finish second, Braves’ Magallanes places first



    Team scores: Seymour 46, Borden 91, North Harrison 115, Silver Creek 142, Henryville 201, Home School Union 204, Crawford County 220, Switzerland County 234, Corydon Central 249, Providence 275, New Washington 298, Lanesville 299, Scottsburg 373, Trinity Lutheran 374, Jeffersonville 400, South Central 472.

    Borden: 1. Julien Magallanes 16:13, 15. Nathen Magallanes 17:36, 17. George Tipker 17:50, 19. Gavin Tipker 18:03.

    Silver Creek: 16. Tanner Coots 17:38, 18. Dalton Terry 17:55.

    Providence: 21. Lincoln Ottersbach 18:05, 34. Spencer Mitchell, 59. Luke Schoering.

    Henryville: 5. Jacob Hedrick 16:54, 13. Zach Knox 17:31.

    Home School Union: 12. Michael Sheets 17:20, 14. Samuel Kiser 17:32.

    Next: Charlestown, Henryville, New Washington, Providence, Silver Creek at Madison Courier Invitational, Saturday at Hanover College; Jeff at Bedford North Lawrence Invitational, Saturday; Borden at Paoli Invitational, Thursday.



At New Washington

    Set scores: 25-7, 25-9, 25-5.

    New Washington highlights: Ashley Johnson 10 kills; Kaitlyn Schindler 10 digs; Courtney Amick 12 assists; Caroline Ricks 4 blocks, 3 service aces.

    Records: New Washington 9-8.

    Next: New Washington at Lanesville, Thursday.


At Providence

    Set scores: 25-7, 25-5, 25-5.

    Providence highlights: Taylor Wilson 12 kills, 1 block; Haley Libs 13 service points, 8 service aces, 7 kills, 6 digs; Jacquie Hornung 6 kills, 1 block; Carlie Combs 5 kills; Maile Daniel 5 kills; Abby Spitznagel 14 service points, 5 aces, 3 digs; Patricia Mattingly 33 assists.

    Providence coach Terri Purichia, “This was the best serving performance this team has had this season. We mixed it up and I was happy to see that. Going into [tonight’s] match with Sacred Heart, we’ve got to do that.”

    Charlestown coach Tammy Nuxoll, “We knew going into the match tonight that Providence would be the best team that we would face all year. They are a very well-coached team and should be contenders for the state title. We did not have an answer for their aggressive serving or fast-paced offense. I thought my girls kept their heads up and maintained a positive attitude even when we were down by several points.”

    Records: Class 2A No. 1 Providence 19-3.

    JV: Providence 25-8, 25-4.

    Next: Providence at Sacred Heart (Ky.), tonight; Charlestown hosts Scottsburg, Thursday.


At Christian Academy

    Set scores: 25-12, 25-13, 25-17.

    Christian Academy highlights: Krista Boesing 11 kills, 5 digs, 1 block; Sierra Rayzor 9 kills, 4 blocks, 4 aces; Emily Haworth 5 kills, 5 aces, 4 digs; Alex Falcone 20 assists, 5 digs; Alex Lyons 4 digs; Courtney Baird 2 assists.

    Quotes: CAI coach Walter Pauly, “Overall, we played well tonight. Our defense was strong, especially in the first two sets. We dug a lot of balls, we chased down a lot of balls, we hustled and we generally played smart. Our passing was on in the first two sets, but we were less consistent in the third.”

    Records: CAI 13-6.

    JV: CAI 25-12, 25-13.

    Next: CAI at Eastern, Thursday.

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