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May 8, 2013

HIGH SCHOOL ROUNDUP: Davis, Pioneers beat Charlestown, 8-1

Musketeers win thriller over Lanesville



• Generals edge CAI on Tuesday: Miranda DeKorte, Abigail Hurtgen and Clarksville’s No. 1 doubles team of Bailey Duggan and Jenni Goldman each earned victories as the Generals beat Christian Academy 3-2 on Tuesday.

The Warriors got wins from Rachel Jones at No. 1 singles and Kacie Arrell and Callie Allison at No. 2 doubles.

NEXT: Clarksville at Salem, Monday; Christian  Academy at New Albany Sectional, TBA.


• Pioneer girls win three-way: Providence’s girls’ track team easily beat Trinity Lutheran and Christian Academy in a three-way meet on Tuesday. The Pioneers won all but one event.

Maryashly Betz won the 100 hurdles, the 1,600 and the 300 hurdles for Providence.

The Pioneer boys fell to Trinity Lutheran 62-58. Murphy Sheets won the 1,600 and the 3,200 for Providence.

NEXT: Providence and Christian Academy at Floyd Central Sectional, Tuesday (girls) and Thursday (boys).


• Borden second in three-way meet: Crothersville won a three-way meet at Chariot Run on Tuesday, with Borden finishing second, nine strokes behind.

Kamden Hurst led the Braves with a 45, followed by Reilly Gray’s 46 and T.J. Fraley’s 47.

NEXT: Borden hosts Eastern, today.

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