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field events. Three seniors who missed last season with injuries Angela Zipp, Brittany Griffith and Grace Klose return the lineup and talented freshman Brigid Morrissey joins the cast for Floyd, which is looking to repeat as sectional champion.
We're making good progress as the season goes on. "Pioneers thump Holy Cross: Pierce Crawley had three goals and two assists to lead host Providence past Louisville Holy Cross, 7 1. The Pioneers' Daniel Wilburn chipped in two goals, while teammate Andrew Wimp had a goal and an assist. Also for Providence, Brent Hesse made a goal and Max Neace distributed an assist. Junior Haley Garr paced the Dragons (13 3) with 11 kills and four blocks, while Creek setter Kaitlyn Ramser made 20 assists. Also for the Dragons, Sammi Smith had 11 assists, Danni Densford made eight blocks and Hannah Smith spiked seven kills. "Floyd Central is a great team," Silver Creek head coach Jeff Zimmerman said. "Our girls seemed to just be OK to play with them. Our girls haven't finished a match all year. We're going to have to finish some matches if we're going to achieve some of our goals.
The Highlanders, who outshot the Bulldogs 7 2, improved their Hoosier Hills Conference record to 2 0. Floyd Central will host Meade County (Ky. ) Saturday. New Albany will entertain Jennings County Saturday. Warriors roll past Rock Creek: Caleb Moore kicked in four Nike Air Force Brown
goals in host Christian Academy of Indiana's 8 0 victory over Rock Creek Community Academy. Teammates Caleb Ferree, Chris Smith, Justin Baird and Brannon Hamm each scored a goal. The Warriors' Quinn Banet had two assists, while teammate Matthew Hurtgen made one. CAI (5 1 2) outshot the Lions on goal, 32 1. "It was a good win over a sectional opponent," Warriors' head coach Will Lorigan said. "It should give us more confidence heading into the sectional.
"Pioneers beat Mustangs on Deanery Night: Freshman Taylor Wilson recorded 10 kills and two blocks to lead host Providence past New Washingto.
top Brown Air Force 1 High returning performer of any Highlander athlete. Sophomore Corey Reece was also a regional qualifier last season placing third in the event at sectional. "We lost our big three at the top which will be tough to replace," said Highlander coach Lane Oxley. "So we've got to develop some point scorers if we hope to continue our success. "Sophomore Nikki Korte, the defending sectional champion in the 400 meter dash tops the list of returnees on the girls' side for the Highlanders. Korte will primarily run the 800 this upcoming season and will likely anchor the 1,600 relay squad. Senior sprinter Rachel Martinson a state qualifier in the events is the top returning sprinter. Jessica Whittaker and Becky Kennedy will split between sprints and Orange Nike Air Force 1
here. "The loss of three key distance runners Ben Draper, Mark Hamilton and Brad Robertson will be tough to overcome for the Highlander boys, who won the team title at the Corydon Sectional a year ago. Senior hurdler/long jumper Daniel Hoskins placed second at sectional in each of those events a year ago and is the Air Force Low White
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