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September 4, 2013

No. 8 Dragons slay Berries

Logansport falls back to .500 after 5-1 loss to Argos


Delphi 2, Benton Central 2

Delphi’s (0-4-1) Christina McCarty scored the tying goal in the second half. Danielle Swayze added the other goal for the Oracles, and goalie Jersey Latimore had six saves.

Delphi coach Adam Barrett was pleased with the tie.

“Best game of the year,” Barrett said. “Better hustle and we won more 50/50 balls.”

Boys soccer

Carroll 8, Rossville 0

Carroll (3-3) scored two goals in the first half and six goals in the second half in getting the win.

Justin Willoughby scored four goals and assisted on three in leading the Cougars. Elliot Packard added three goals and three assists. Thomas Piotrowski pounded one into the net for the final goal. Alex Hickner came up with the final assist, and Seth Eldridge had one save. Rossville ended with eight shots on goal.

Delphi 2, Benton Central 2

Delphi (0-5-1) broke its losing streak by tying Benton Central. The Oracles were up 2-1 in the second half, but a late goal by the Bison tied it back up.

Delphi’s Kenny Zaldivar scored both goals, and Aldo Guadarama assisted on one of them. Goalie Brayton Slifer had 11 saves for the Oracles.

Girls golf

Pioneer 192, Caston 256

April Wheeldon was medalist with a 46 for Pioneer in defeating Caston at Pond View Golf Course.

Emily Powell was next (48), followed by Mati DeWitt and Mikayla Greiner each with 49.

“It’s the best score we had and a remarkable night for us,” said Pioneer coach Dale Samuels on the win.


Caston 3, Argos 1

Caston fought hard against Argos in getting the win. The Comets winning scores were 26-24, 26-24, 18-25, 25-12.

Caston coach Taylor McFarland was happy with her girls’ toughness.

“I was very pleased with the teamwork and energy the girls had [Tuesday],” McFarland said. “We are definitely headed in the right direction.”

Haley Hoover led Caston (2-6) with 17 digs and nine kills. Mickayla Rans added 12 digs, six kills and three blocks. Adrienne Frye came up with eight blocks and five kills. Tori Rentschler contributed with six digs, five kills, four assists and two aces. Jacqueline Rans had eight digs, seven blocks, three kills and two aces. Haley Small added 12 assists and five blocks and Madison Martin contributed with 11 assists.

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