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October 10, 2012

PREP ROUNDUP: South volleyball wins at Linton

TERRE HAUTE — It wasn’t easy, but Terre Haute South prevailed on the road in high school volleyball action at Linton, winning 21-25, 25-14, 25-23, 25-21 behind 18 kills by Brittney Pink.

Terre Haute South    21    25    25    25

Linton    25    14    23    21

Highlights — For Terre Haute South, Brittney Pink had 18 kills; Ashley Bazier 41 assists and 3 aces; Meaghan Etling 12 kills and 3 blocks; and Marissa Coutinho 21 digs.

JV — South won 2-0.

Next — Terre Haute South (14-11) plays host to Edgewood on Thursday.


In other volleyball action Tuesday:

n Terre Haute North 3, Rockville 0 — At Terre Haute North, Mandee Eberle paced the Patriots with 14 kills, four blocks and five aces.

Rockville    14    22    14

Terre Haute North    25    25    25

Highlights — For Terre Haute North, Anna Taylor had 28 assists, an ace, 6 digs and 11 points; Maddy Howes 14 digs, 10 points and an ace; Shelby Lawler 2 digs; Mandee Eberle 14 kills, 4 aces, 4 digs, 4 blocks and 14 points; Brianna Burgess 4 kills; Danielle Krupa 3 aces, 5 kills, 4 digs, 1 block and 11 points; Natalie Lewis 4 kills; Kristen Mauer 3 digs and 14 points; and Valerie Lewis 1 ace, 3 kills, 1 dig and 14 points.

JV — Terre Haute North won 25-15, 52-13.

Next — Terre Haute North (15-8) plays today at Sullivan.

• Northview 3, Crawfordsville 0 — At Crawdordsville, Shelbi Morris led Northview with 13 kills.

Northview    25    25    25

Crawfordsville    21    17    22

Highlights — Audrey Clark 12 digs; Ashley Heck 6 digs; Hannah Willocks 5 digs; Taylor Hess 7 digs, 1 kill, 1 ace and 16 assists; Madison McDonald 6 digs, 1 kill, 2 aces and 17 assists; Brylie Riddell 3 digs, 11 kills, 6 aces and 2 blocks; Shelbi Morris 5 digs, 13 kills and a block; McKenzi Kumpf 10 digs, 12 kills and a block; Mikayla Rowan 3 kills, 2 blocks and 2 assists; Morgan Stearley 2 kills, a block and 2 assists; and Alexus Bex 2 digs, 2 kills and 2 assists.

Next — Northview (27-5) plays Thursday at Plainfield.

• Clay City 3, White River Valley 0 — At Switz City, Clay City picked up a SouthWestern Indiana Athletic Conference win, 25-19, 25-12, 25-19.

In other action


At Crawfordsville

Riverton Parke    25    12    10    25    15

Southmont    15    25    25    21    12

Highlights — For Riverton Parke, Sara Dickey had 23 kills, 13 digs, 7 blocks and 6 points; Rachel Austin had 13 kills, 7 digs, 4 blocks and 4 assists; Paige Yando had 12 kills, 15 points and 6 digs; Kenzie Pollard had 35 assists and 15 digs; Kelly Combs had 19 digs and 11 points; Emily Virostko had 8 points and 2 aces; and Shelby Benell had 4 digs and 4 points.

JV — Southmont won in 2 games.

Next — Riverton Parke (24-4) will play Thursday at Greencastle.


n Lee advances — At Watseka, Ill., El-Paso Gridley won the Illinois Class 1A boys regional played Monday at Shewami Country Club.

The winning team shot a 302. Casey-Martinsville fired a 358 to place seventh.

Chris Lee of the CWM team was one of 10 individuals to qualify for the state finals to be played Friday and Saturday at Bloomington. He shot an 80.

Class 1A Regional

Team scores — El-Paso Gridley 302, Bloomington Cornerstone 341, Bismarck-Henning 343, St. Thomas More 351, Decatur St. Teresa 352. Judah Christian 354, Casey-Westield-Martinsville 358, Dwight 359, Eureka 374, Donovan 377, Tuscola 380, Shelbyville 400

Medalist — Michael Mounce (EPG) 69.

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