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September 15, 2013

Caston's Rentschler wins MWC girls golf title

Pioneer volleyball beats Harrison; LHS girls XC sets record.


Rossville Tourney

Cass went 2-2 on the day. In pool play the Kings lost to Rossville (25-19, 25-19) and Maconaquah (25-12, 25-18) and beat Seeger (25-7, 25-17). The Kings defeated Faith Christian (25-13, 25-20) for fifth place.

Gabi Hartley dished 18 assists on the day, and Claire Crum had 13 kills, 17 digs and seven aces for the Kings (6-9).

Tori Powell had 19 kills, 10 digs and five aces, and Aubrey Young had seven kills, 12 digs and three aces. Kassi Zeck collected 33 digs and four aces, and Bailey Gremelspacher dished 19 assists. Karley Arion added 14 digs.

“A good day in general for the girls. We came out ready to play,” Cass coach Gretchen Crum said. “We used a lot of emotion for the first match so we came in a little slow against Mac. They basically returned the ball to us and waited for us to make the error. Trish and Claire were hitting well, but we needed more offense from others. We will play them better when we see them in a couple of weeks.

“Seeger and Faith Christian were both unable to keep up with the speed of our game and struggled with our serving to them. It was a great chance to let a freshman setter come in and work with us.”

Culver Ac. 3, Winamac 0

The Warriors lost on the road, 25-22, 25-18, 25-17.

Ashley Eichelberger had eight kills and eight digs for Winamac. Bethany Brogdon collected nine digs. Taylor Jones dished 19 assists.

“We just didn’t come ready to play today,” Warrior coach Cathy DeFries said. “We really struggled to play with intensity. Every time we would make a great play we would turn around and make an error. Our hitting percentage just isn’t where we need it to be right now to be effective in games like this one.”

S. Newton 3, Caston 0

The Rebels won at Caston, 25-22, 25-22, 25-11.

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