“The girls responded very well in the first set and came back to win. Sarah Dorris got going with aces there and had four or five aces in the second set to start the game and we steamrolled them after that. The third game was the same way. We played really well, especially the last two sets.”
The Panthers play at the Harrison Classic on Saturday. They’ll start off with matches against Clinton Central and Lowell and the results will determine their other two matches.
Winamac 3, O-D 0
Austen Brown recorded the shutout in goal for the Warriors (2-4-2) against visiting Oregon-Davis. Tyler Hintz had two goals and an assist to lead the offense. Clark Gudas opened the scoring with a goal.
“The kids really pulled themselves together and toughed out a kind of ugly win,” Winamac coach Mark Eber said. “We were down two of our senior starters and with a couple injuries during the game, everyone got a chance to contribute. We are proud of them.”
Northfield 15, Caston Inc., N. Miami Inc.
The Comets had some runners out with illness.
Jenna Showley led them with a fifth-place finish in 24:29, followed by Marli Leazenby (12th, 34:52), Krysta Schanlaub (13th, 34:58) and Hope Weaver (14th, 34:59).
Northfield 17, N. Miami 53, Caston 68
Darin Chew led the Comets with a sixth-place finish in 19:19, followed by Andrew Smith (13th, 20:59), Dalton Daily (19th, 22:16), Brant Buczkowski (21st, 22:28) and Dawson Oliver (22nd, 22:29).