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October 1, 2013

H.S. ROUNDUP: Rock Creek sweeps Pirates

McCoy leads Lions past Charlestown on Monday night

CHARLESTOWN — Susan McCoy smacked 10 kills and made two blocks to lead the Rock Creek Academy volleyball team to a 25-11, 25-22, 25-13 victory at Charlestown on Monday night.

Teammates Kylie Tincher and Marissa Weedin each spiked nine kills, while the Lions’ Holly Whitworth chipped in seven.

Also for Rock Creek, setter Katie Clapp distributed 62 assists and Brittney Page had five blocks.

Despite the victory, Lions’ coach Jennifer Brown saw a lot of things her team needs to correct.

“We are going to have to work harder. We are not passing well, nor are we playing as a team,” Brown said. “I have challenged the girls to really push themselves and to get unified. We have the toughest part of our schedule in front of us, and we won’t be successful playing like we did tonight. We did some great things at times, but let down way too much. This is a wonderful groups of girls, and I have full confidence they will turn this around.”

ROCK CREEK 3, CHARLESTOWN 0

At Charlestown

    Set scores: 25-11, 25-22, 25-13.

    Rock Creek highlights: Kylie Tincher 5 digs, Ahyenday Thornton 5 digs, Katie Clapp 3 digs.

    Next: Rock Creek hosts Clarksville, Thursday; Charlestown hosts Borden, tonight.

HENRYVILLE 3, CROTHERSVILLE 0

At Crothersville

    Set scores: 25-19, 25-20, 25-19.

    Henryville highlights: Courtney Rappe 6 kills, 5 digs, 2 blocks; Kerri Cochran 4 kills, 1 block; Emily Hollis 15 assists, 1 block.

    Quotes: Henryville coach Shallon Hill, “The highlight of tonight’s match was probably seeing senior Tami Burgin [who had ACL surgery last January] return to action and getting the game-winning kills. This group is a lot of fun to coach. They’re competitive and each day are striving to be more than just good. They want to be great.”

    Records: Henryville 15-9 (3-1 Southern Athletic Conference).

    Next: Henryville at Lanesville, Wednesday.

BOYS’ TENNIS

JASPER 5, FLOYD CENTRAL 0

At Floyd Central

Singles

    No. 1 — Eli Seng d. Ryan Plunkett 6-0, 6-0.

    No. 2 — Grant Weaver d. Chris Boone 6-0, 6-1.

    No. 3 — Logan Mathies d. Duncan Bishop 6-1, 6-2.

Doubles

    No. 1 — Luke Hochgesang-Jo Kemker d. Jack Stoner-Harrison Davis 6-3, 6-1.

    No. 2 — Ben Seng-Alex Allen d. Alec Saxon-Austin Ivey 6-1, 6-4.

    Notes: Jasper currently ranked ninth in the latest Indiana High School Tennis Coaches Association poll.

    Quotes: Floyd Central assistant coach Brandon Miller, “I really thought our No. 1 doubles and No. 2 doubles played well against them, but they were just a little bit better. They were just one shot better than us. But I told the guys after the match that were much better than we were at the start of the season because of our schedule.”

    Record: Floyd Central 6-9.

    JV: Floyd Central 3-2.

    Next: Floyd Central vs. Salem, 6 p.m. on Wednesday in the first round of the Floyd Central Sectional.

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