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September 18, 2013

HIGH SCHOOL ROUNDUP: Bulldogs rebound to sweep Jeff at home

McCoy, Donastorg each post double-double in New Albany’s three-set win

(Continued)

NEW ALBANY — FLOYD CENTRAL 3, SEYMOUR 0

At Floyd Central

SCORING PLAYS

First half


    FC — Henok Jones (unassisted), 3rd min.

    FC — Parker Davidenkoff (unassisted), 22nd.

Second half

    FC — Zach Lewis (unassisted), 52nd.

    Quotes: Floyd Central coach Tim Rice, “The boys played very good defense. Seymour had come in playing very well. So to hold them to three shots, I was proud of the defensive effort.”

    Records: Floyd Central 6-0-3 (1-0 HHC).

    Next: Floyd Central at New Albany, Thursday.

CHARLESTOWN 8, AUSTIN 1

At Austin

SCORING PLAYS

First half


    C — Rodrigo Martinez (Michael Navetta), 4th min.

    C — Alfredo Arredondo (penalty kick), 5th.

    C — Bryce Shreve (Navetta), 6th.

    C — Navetta (Martinez), 21st.

Second half

    C — Navetta (Arredondo), 42nd.

    C — Navetta (Trent Wight), 44th.

    C — Navetta (Wight), 59th.

    A — Blake Roberts, 62nd.

    C — Shreve (Arredondo), 65th.

    Next: Charlestown vs. Christian Education Consortium, Thursday at Champions Park in Louisville.

HIGH SCHOOL CROSS COUNTRY

CHRISTIAN ACADEMY INVITATIONAL

At Community Park, New Albany

GIRLS


    Results: 1. Charlestown, 2. Henryville, 3. Providence, 4. Borden.

    Overall winner: Sadie Spears (H) 19:46.

    Henryville: 1. Spears, 2. Cia Greene, 6. Megan O’Lone.

    Borden: 14. Kate Gertin, 17. Brooklyn Agnew, 20. Abby Ellis, 25. Kaelan Harmes, 30. Courtney Welp.

    Quotes: Henryville coach Brad Nifong, “We need that 4-5 runner that is ready to move up among the competition. Until then, we’ll have a hard time competing as I think we can.”

    Note: Only Henryville’s and Borden’s individual results were reported.

    Next: Borden, Providence, CAI, Eastern and Henryville at Crawford County Invitational, Saturday.

BOYS

    Team scores: Borden 46, Henryville 75, Eastern 79.

    Overall winner: Julien Magallanes (B).

    Borden: 1. J. Magallanes, 6. Gavin Tipker, 7. George Tipker, 13. Nathen Magallanes, 19. Andy Stonecipher, 32. Brian McGee, 40. Will Little.

    Henryville: 2. Jacob Hedrick 16:15, 5. Zach Knox 17:31.

    Quote: Henryville coach Brad Nifong, “This was the best performance we’ve put together as a team this season.”

    Note: Only Henryville’s and Borden’s individual results were reported.

    Next: Borden, Providence, CAI, Eastern and Henryville at Crawford County Invitational, Saturday.

MONDAY’S LATE RESULTS

GIRLS’ SOCCER

PROVIDENCE 6, MADISON 0

SCORING PLAYS

First half


    P — Alyssa Jones (Emma Roesner)

    P — Sarah Posante (unassisted)

Second half

    P — Roesner (Jordan Reger)

    P — Vonnie Smith (unassisted)

    P — Roesner (Jones)

    P — Jones (unassisted)

    Providence stats: Saves — Autumn Jones 1.

    Records: Providence 7-2, Madison 1-4-2.

    Next: Providence hosts Scottsburg, tonight.

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