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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

> SOUTHERN INDIANA — Junior Krista Boesing smacked 13 kills to lead the Christian Academy volleyball team to a 25-17, 25-17, 25-19 home victory over North Harrison on Monday. Boesing also had six digs and four blocks.

Warriors’ setter Alex Falcone distributed 30 assists. The sophomore also had four kills, four digs and three service aces.

Christian Academy senior Emily Haworth registered nine kills and two aces.

Also for the Warriors, Sierra Rayzor had six blocks, four kills and two aces, Alex Lyons had five digs and Clara Koch made four digs.

Christian Academy coach Walter Pauly lauded the performance of two of his newcomers.

“We played well as a team tonight with contributions from many players, including freshmen Mackenzie Haworth and Abby Falcone,” Pauly said.

Pauly also liked what he saw from Alex Falcone and Koch.

“Alex Falcone did a good job distributing the ball and getting a lot of hitters involved, and she played great defense,” Pauly said. “Clara Koch also had a strong defensive game. North Harrison was scrappy and dug a lot of balls.”


At Christian Academy

    Set scores: 25-17, 25-17, 25-19.

    Next: Christian Academy at Charlestown, tonight.


At Jeffersonville

    Set scores: 25-22, 22-25, 25-17, 25-23.

    Jeff highlights: Jena Reinhardt 19 digs; Hannah Samuel eight kills; Makenzi Johnson 15 kills, six blocks.

    Quotes: Jeff coach Renee Stock, “Ballard outhustled us and played hard. We were flat and did not communicate. Even when we did great things, there wasn’t excitement on the court. We have a lot going on this week and will be playing some tough teams. Our girls will pick it up and get back to playing hard.”

    Next: Jeff hosts Silver Creek, tonight.



At New Washington


    No. 1 — Owen Land (JC) d. Jake Zimmerman 7-6(5), 6-1.

    No. 2 — Tod Brown (JC) d. Logan Miles 6-4, 6-0.

    No. 3 — Miles Matthews (NW) d. Avery Johnson 6-2, 6-1.


    No. 1 — Travis McKim-Collin Schindler (NW) d. Colton Pifer-Adam Jackson 2-6, 6-3, 6-2.

    No. 2 — Dakota Dieterlen-Caleb Ellison (NW) d. Conner Wheeler-Jacob Woods 6-1, 7-5.

    Quotes: New Washington coach Wayne Davis, “The match was 2-2 and No. 1 doubles were the only ones left out playing. I told Travis and Collin it was up to them to seal the win for us, and they went out and did their job. It gave us a quality win over a big school.”

    Record: New Washington 6-2.

    Next: New Washington hosts Clarksville, today.

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