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September 22, 2013

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Frankfort Tourney

Carroll defeated Frankfort and lost to Benton Central and Madison-Grant on the day. Bailey Worl had 24 kills for the Cougars. Lauren Worl had 10 kills and 7 aces, Elizabeth Eurit had 28 assists and Libby Eller had 18 digs.

Girls soccer

McCutcheon 4, Logan 0

The Berries had a good showing in a loss at Class 2A No. 19 McCutcheon.

Earlier in the week the Mavericks played No. 4 Noblesville to a 1-1 tie.

“The girls played fairly well,” LHS coach Todd Reiff said. “Whitney [Jennings] did have a breakaway opportunity in the second half that she just missed.

“It was against the best team we’ve played. They beat West Lafayette 3-2, and we know what West Lafayette did to us. For us to put together a game like that, I was pleased with the effort defensively. We played much, much better but we still gave up a PK. We’ve still got things to work on but overall our defensive effort was much improved and I’m happy with that.”

The Berries (4-6) travel to Huntington North on Tuesday.

Boys soccer

Caston Tourney

Carroll won the tournament by defeating Pioneer 7-3 and Caston 4-1.

Justin Willoughby scored three goals against Caston and Collin Hodson added a goal for the Cougars (6-5). Elliot Packard scored four goals against Pioneer and Hodson added three.

Willoughby was named the tournament MVP. He added four assists against Pioneer.

Winamac Tourney

The host Warriors lost to LaVille 4-0 and Rochester 7-1.

Tyler Hintz scored the lone goal on the day for the Warriors (2-8-2).

Boys XC

New Prairie Invitational

Winamac won the Class A title with a score of 139. Carroll was ninth (310). Pioneer came in 14th (398), and Caston was 22nd (511). Logansport was 24th in the Class AAA with 579 points.

Kyle Collins led the Warriors with a second place finish (16:43.2). Zen Zupin placed 11th (17:20.3). Derek Dotlich was 47th (18:15). Braden Tankersley came in 86th (18:17.9), and Joe VonTobel was 139th (18:40.1).

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