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North Clay earns wins on court and course

Friday, September 17, 2004

The North Clay cross country team came back from a road trip to Sullivan with a tri-meet victory over Sullivan and North Central on Wednesday night.

The Lady Knights took seven of the top nine spots in the race to outscore Sullivan 23 to 60 with North Central in third with 66 team points.

Tiffany Young took second overall in the race followed closely by teammate Casandra Barnett in third. Raven Enders was fifth in the race ahead of Corey Laue, Shelby Bass and Allie True. Marissa Bryan placed ninth.

In the boys race, the Knights took eight of the top nine positions to beat North Central 19 to 98. Sullivan did not field a complete team for the meet.

Chris Smith was the winner of the event ahead of third place teammate Jared Royer, Josh Morris in fourth, Eli Kirby in fifth, Logan Lynch in sixth, E.C. Moody in seventh, Seth Wright in eighth and Carson Craft in ninth.

Up next for North Clay will be a trip to the South Knox Invitational on Saturday for a 9 a.m. meet.


North Clay wins three-way golf match

The North Clay Middle School golf team earned a three-way win recently by defeating Center Grove and Whiteland at Hickory Stick Golf Course in Greenwood.

The Knights got and eight-foot par putt from Daniel Eaglin and a 12-foot birdie from Jake Musgrave on the ninth hole to edge past Center Grove Central 176 to 177. Whiteland placed third with 192.

The Forest Park based squad coached by Golf Pro Mark Rogers and John Tribble saw Eaglin and Musgrave tie for medalist honors at the recently constructed Scottish links style course. The pair each shot a 42 and were followed closely by teammates Brock Lawson with a 44 and Jarrod Short with a 46. Derrick Williams also shot a 46 while Jordan Gaskill carded a 47, Clint Reynolds had a 48, Thad Whittington a 50 and Chase Shields a 52 for the Knights.


North Clay sweeps Wildcats in volleyball

The North Clay volleyball teams earned a pair of wins on a road trip to South Vermillion on Wednesday night.

The eighth grade squad won a 20-22, 21-4, 21-8 decision as Allie Melega rang up 25 service points with three aces.

Allison Stearley added five points with two aces and Hannah Van Horn chipped in with three points and one ace.

In the seventh grade contest, the Lady Knights earned a 21-4, 21-8 victory as Brittaney Long had nine points and three aces with Stephanie McMains contributing seven points and four aces.

Chelsea Casey added five points along with Samantha Solomon while Hannah Pond had four points and Kelsey Searing had two points, both aces.

Solomon had a kill for the Knights with an assist from Ali Sharton.

The Knights will be back in action on Tuesday at South Putnam.



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