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September 23, 2013

H.S. ROUNDUP: CAI sweeps rival Mustangs

Jeff sweeps North Harrison; Clarksville tops Crothersville in volleyball action

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> SOUTHERN INDIANA — CLARKSVILLE 3, CROTHERSVILLE 1

At Clarksville


    Set scores: 20-25, 25-15, 25-13, 25-20.

    Clarksville highlights: Ali Aparkman 16 kills, 4 blocks, 9 digs; Chey Bledsoe 6 kills, 29 assists; Maggie Kane 6 kills; Carol Hawkins 6 kills, 3 blocks.

    Quotes: Clarksville coach John McEwen, “It was nice to get the victory after losing he first set. Before the match we talked about needing this match as a momentum builder leading up to our Henryville match on Wednesday. Unfortunately, we did not play the way I would have hoped or the way we need to beat Henryville. I’m glad we have a day if practice to regroup and get ready.”

    Next: Clarksville hosts Henryville, Wednesday.

BOYS’ SOCCER

ROCK CREEK 4, CORYDON CENTRAL 3

At Corydon

SCORING PLAYS

First half


    RC — Bailey (unassisted), 6th min.

    C — LaMure (unassisted), 12th.

    RC —Bailey (unassisted), 21st.

    C — Dunaway (Smith), 28th.

    RC — Evans (Brown), 34th.

Second half

    RC — Nzombi (unassisted), 58th.

    C — Own goal, 71st.

    Quotes: Rock Creek coach Chris Brown, “This win was huge for us. This is our first win ever against Corydon and this is such a huge quality win. We were a completely different team from Thursday’s loss to CAI. We really stepped it up and played together as a team and never quit. I am so proud of these guys. Corydon has a really nice team and they pass and connect extremely well. We mixed our formation up and strengthened our defense and it helped control the tempo of the match.”

    Records: Rock Creek 7-1, Corydon 6-2-2.

    Next: Rock Creek at Salem, today.

GIRLS’ SOCCER

NEW ALBANY 7, MADISON 2

At New Albany

NA SCORING PLAYS

First half


    NA — Kylie Harris (unassisted), 37:59.

    NA — Miranda Duffy (Kennedy Wynn), 30:36.

    NA — Rachel Geveden (Wynn), 28:01.

    NA — Geveden (Stephanie Iglesias), 2:44.

Second half

    NA — Geveden (Iglesias), 29:49.

    NA — Geveden (Iglesias), 28:13.

    NA — Morgan Almon (unassisted), 15:12.

    Halftime score: New Albany 4, Madison 0    

    Quotes: New Albany coach Tim Quakenbush, “The first half was the best we’ve played all year. Kennedy Wynn absolutely controlled the first half and had several terrific passes, including two assists. Rachel Geveden did her usual thing — scoring goals. [I’m] very happy for the girls.”

    Records: NA 5-7 (2-3 HHC)

    JV: Tie, 3-3

    Next: New Albany at Jeffersonville, Wednesday.

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