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September 7, 2013

H.S. ROUNDUP: Floyd Central opens Hoosier Cup with shutout victory

New Albany beats Providence 3-2 in boys' tennis to avenge Saturday's loss at invitational

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> SOUTHERN INDIANA — THURSDAY’S LATE RESULTS

PROVIDENCE 7, NORTH HARRISON 0

At Clarksville

SCORING PLAYS

First half


    P — Olivia Jenkins (unassisted)

    P — Jordan Reger (McKenzie Aubrey)

    P — Alyssa Jones (Reger)

    P — Sarah Posante (unassisted)

    P — Emma Roesner (unassisted)

    P — Posante (Jones)

Second half

    P — Katrina Cooper (Courtney Hoke)

    Saves: Providence — Autumn Meyer 3, Jones 1, Koopman 1; North Harrison — Shaylah Neal 16.

    Shots: Providence (23) — Roesner 6, Reger 3, Posante 3, Sara Gryboski 3, Mikaila Heavrin 1, Jones 1, Jenkins 1, Taylor Hunton 1, Koopman 1, Elsa Oakley 1, Cooper 1, Aubrey 1; North Harrison (4) — Shelby Austin 2, Jenna Turner 1, Kaitlyn Butler 1.

    Records: Providence 6-1, North Harrison 3-2,

    Next: Providence at Salem, today.

VOLLEYBALL

SILVER CREEK 3, CHARLESTOWN 0

At Charlestown


    Set scores: 25-21, 25-23, 25-9.

    Charlestown highlights: Cassie Martin four kills, seven digs; Megan Brooks seven digs; Erika Broady three kills.

    Quotes: Charlestown coach Tammy Nuxoll, “Despite the loss, I am very proud of the way my players performed tonight. Silver Creek has a good volleyball program, and we were very competitive with them in the first game. We worked a lot on defense in practice on Wednesday, and I was happy to see that it paid off in the match. In practice we say, ‘If a ball hits the floor, a body better be on the floor’ and I think we did a much better job of executing that philosophy tonight.”

    Next: Charlestown hosts Christian Academy, Tuesday.

FLOYD CENTRAL 3, BEDFORD NORTH LAWRENCE 0

At Bedford North Lawrence


    Set scores: 25-15, 26-24, 25-13.

    Floyd Central highlights: Remi Bowman 28 assists, 12 digs, six kills; Mikaila Humphrey nine kills; Lauren Koopman nine kills; Sydney Engle six kills, six digs; Hannah Joly five kills; Brooke Hinton 22 digs.

    Records: Floyd Central 5-1.

    Next: Floyd Central at Louisville Sacred Heart, Tuesday.

GIRLS’ GOLF

FLOYD CENTRAL 160, NEW ALBANY 171, PROVIDENCE 195

At Champions Pointe G.C., Memphis, par 36


    Medalist: Jessica Ingram (FC), 36

    Floyd Central: Eliza Hudson 42, Morgan Stanley 41, Scarlett Hartlage 41, Ingram 36, Gretchen Garrett 45.

    New Albany: Heidi Steinert 38, Haley Roth 44, Chloe Watts 48, Alyssa Kane 41, Frame 56.

    Providence: Colleen Geldermann 42, Brooklin Grantz 48, Alexa Wilson 60, Mary Ann Fitzpatrick 51, Nicole Kruer 54.

    Next: Floyd Central vs. Jeffersonville, Tuesday at Hidden Creek; New Albany at Seymour, Tuesday at Shadowood; Providence hosts Charlestown and Borden, Tuesday at Covered Bridge.

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