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August 23, 2013

Jennings' four goals leads Logan girls soccer past Western


Caston tied Culver 1-1 on Tuesday. Braden Moss scored the Comets’ (0-1-1) goal on a rebound off his own penalty kick.


Twin Lakes 3, Cass 2

The Indians outlasted the Kings, 25-18, 25-14, 22-25, 24-26, 15-11, in Monticello.

The Kings (0-1) nearly bounced back from an early 0-2 but fell just short in the five-setter.

“We had a slow start, lots of errors,” Cass coach Gretchen Crum said. “In the third set Twin Lakes showed us an opening and we took it.

“Kassi Zeck passed and dug us out of every set. We will decrease our errors. I’m very proud of the enthusiasm, positive talk and hard effort on our part so early on.

Zeck finished with 22 digs and two aces for the Kings. Gabi Hartley had 16 assists, 10 digs and two aces.

Claire Crum had 13 kills, 15 digs and two aces. Trish Hartley added seven kills, Aubrey Young had five kills, 2.5 blocks and seven digs. Bailey Gremelspacher dished 11 assists.

Cass plays at the Elwood Invite on Saturday.

Culver 3, Caston 2

Caston was defeated by visiting Culver, 25-22, 25-27, 25-12, 14-25, 15-8.

Haley Hoover led the Comets with nine aces, eight kills and 13 digs. Adrienne Frye had four aces, eight kills and three blocks.

Jacqueline Rans had six kills, three blocks and seven digs. Mickayla Rans had 10 kills and nine digs.

“It would have been awesome to have a win for our first home game, but the girls put up a good fight,” Caston coach Taylor McFarland said. “There are many aspects of the game that we need and will improve on. I’m proud that they were able to take it to five games. We will keep working hard and hope to get some W’s next week.”

Rossville 3, Carroll 1

Carroll fell to 1-1 on the season with the road loss, 25-16, 24-26, 25-19, 25-23.

Bailey Worl led the Cougars with 14 kills and 17 digs, while Lauren Worl added 10 kills in the loss. Elizabeth Eurit finished with 29 assists, three aces and 12 digs.

Boys XC

Northwestern Combo

Pioneer finished fifth in the team standings at the 3K event.

Dylan Bice was seventh overall in 10:30 and Jonathan Phillips was 10th in 10:47. They were followed by Jacob Van Horn (11:26), Matt Williams (11:52) and Jared Spencer (12:18).

Girls XC

Northwestern Combo

Pioneer placed sixth overall.

Haley McWherter was 10th overall in 13:59 and Madison Vontobel was 13th in 14:21. They were followed by Maddie Boucher (15:10), Kayla Miller (16:27) and Brianna Rude (18:32).

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