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Eels split while Knights fall

Wednesday, September 10, 2003

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Chelsee Gerber (setting) and Kylee Knox warmup before a junior varsity match

The Clay City Eels split their first dual cross-country meet on Tuesday evening.

The boys' team scored 26 points to down North Central (46) and Sullivan (65).

Andy Huggler was the winner of the boy's event in a time of 17:08. David Schroer placed fourth overall in 18:03, Camrand Tucker placed sixth with an 18:31. Jared DeFore finished seventh in a time of 18:40 and Dustin Souder finished eighth in 18:56 to round out the team scoring.

Other places for Clay City were: Cole Schroer in ninth, Adam Schroer in 10th, Jared Schlack in 11th, Kyle Tiefel 12th, Josey Vansickle 15th, Austin Vansickle 17th, Tyler Moon 23rd, Stephen Johnson 25th and Jeremy Reece in 27th.

In the girls' meet, the Eels placed second behind the host Thunderbirds, 29 to 27 while Sullivan scored a 77.

Shannon Shidler of North Central won the race in 17:11 with Clay City's Alisha Drake in second with a time of 18:00. Lacy Rood was fourth in 18:27, Elizabeth Effner was fifth in 18:31 and Elizabeth Beyers was seventh in 19:27.

Chelsea Riggs placed 11th, Brittney Rood was 14th and Cameron Gerber was 18th.

The Eels will host the Clay City Invitational on Thursday evening beginning at 4:30 p.m.


The Northview cross-country meet scheduled Tuesday at South Vermillion has been moved to this evening because of a scheduling conflict.


Northview Volleyball

Cascade 3, Northview 0

Despite a week long break, the Northview Knights couldn't break their two game losing streak on Tuesday night versus Cascade. The Cadets won in three straight sets, 8-21, 17-21, 12-21.

Erica Koehler lead the Northview effort with three kills, six assists and five service points along with three blocks and two aces.

Brittney Spugnardi had four points along with two digs and a block while Christy Fulk had four digs and a kill. Heather Palmer contributed two kills.

The Knights (3-7 overall) will host conference foes Brown County and Sullivan on Saturday morning beginning at 9 a.m.



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