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North Clay cross-country and volleyball have big weekends

Tuesday, September 16, 2003

The North Clay cross-country squads competed on Saturday at the John Mitchell Invitational in Cascade with excellent results.

Though team scores were not kept for the teams involved, the North Clay girls team was lead by Sara Roeschlein who finished second overall in the race and was the top finishing Knight.

Tiffany Young also finished well for North Clay, recording a ninth place finish ahead of Corey Laue in 25th, Ashley Woodcox in 33rd, Cassandra Barnett in 39th, Marissa Bryan in 45th and Allie True in 50th.

Sam Spencer was the top finishing boy for North Clay, taking 13th overall. He was followed by teammates Chris Smith in 17th, Griffin Maurer in 22nd, Jared Royer in 27th, Seth Wright in 38th, Ryan Lutes in 42nd and Jordan Maurer in 44th.

The Knights will compete on Wednesday evening in a tri-angular meet with North Central and Sullivan at Craig Park beginning at 4:30 p.m. The meet will headline an evening that will also feature the Northview High School cross-country teams in action at 5 p.m.


North Clay volleyball

North Clay's seventh and eighth grade volleyball teams swept two matches apiece at home on Saturday morning.

The seventh grad remained unbeaten this season with wins over Tri-North (22-20, 21-17) and Woodrow Wilson 21-16, 21-7.

Leading the way for the Knights were Ashley Clark and Hannah Emmert in the first game.

Clark had seven service points along with an ace while Emmert added six service points and another ace. Hannah Van Horn added another four service points while Emily Chiles, Danika Ennis and Kylee Thacker had three service points apiece.

In game two, Clark had another 10 service points to go with an ace while Allie Melega had four service points and Chiles, Emmert and Thacker had three more points apiece.

For the eighth grade team which won 21-16, 21-14 versus Tri-North, Jonna Harlan had four service points and an ace and Deryse Dellmo had four more points. Ashley Hull lead the way though with her seven service points. Lindsay Thomas had four service points and an ace in the game.

In the second contest, North Clay defeated Woodrow Wilson, 9-21, 21-5, 16-14 as Katie Timberman had 13 service points and three aces. Emma Koehler added five more service points with an ace as did Thomas.

Lottie King had four points, two aces and three kills while Kaley Huffman added three kills and Thomas had five assists. Koehler had one more assist for the Knights.



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