The North Clay volleyball teams had mixed results in their match-up against Woodrow Wilson on Thursday evening.
The seventh-grade Knights were the lone team to come away with a victory, remaining unbeaten at 10-0 this year with a 25-7, 25-10 decision.
North Clay got 11 points, six aces and an assist from Madison McDonald and another 11 points from Morgan Stear-ley, who also had three aces and a kill. Breanna Dove posted seven points with two aces, Grace Timb-erman added five points with two aces and Jordan Mills had four points. Madison Trusty had two points, Kaytlin Galloway posted a kill and Kaylee Cooper added an assist.
The eighth-grade team lost its first game of the season in a three-game battle with the Warriors, 25-24, 21-25, 14-15.
Taylor Hess had six points, three assists and five kills and McKenzi Kumpf added six points, five assists, six kills and a block. Mannah Mace scored four points from the service line and Whitney Halfhill added three points and two kills. Mikayla Rowas tallied two points, a kill and a block and Sydney Buell contributed three points.
The eighth-grade is now 9-1 this season.
The sixth-grade is now 4-4 this season and travels to Riverton Parke on Sept. 29 at 5:30 p.m. The seventh and-eighth grade hosts Clay City on Monday at 5:30 p.m.