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North Clay tangles with Warriors

Friday, September 24, 2010

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Jordan Mills
Times Staff Report

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.

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Linzy Lunsford
In the sixth-grade match, North Clay lost a hard fought, 25-17, 18-25, 12-15 decision as Linzy Lunsford had seven points, a kill and three assists with Samantha Thomas scoring six points in the loss. Stacy Payton had five points, four aces and two assists with Libby Hughes scoring four points for the Knights. Kenzie Stearley had three points and four assists, Indya Trahan had two points and Kerstie Shaw had three assists.

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.