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October 1, 2013

Pairings are set for tennis sectional


Gabi Hartley led Cass with 13 assists and four digs. Claire Crum added 10 digs and six kills. Kassi Zeck came up with 16 digs. Bailey Gremelspacher contributed with nine assists. Tori Powell had seven kills, and Trisha Hartley added six kills.

Logansport 3, Peru 0

Logansport had a sound performance against Peru in winning 25-17, 25-12, 25-14.

Katie Easter led the Berries (13-9) with 13 digs, 10 service points, seven assists and 2 aces. Hannah Jones had 15 points and 14 assists. Nakeya Penny had six points including three aces. Kourtney Kniesly added six digs. Karlee Vernon led in kills with six, followed by Lauren Pruitt and Monika Ness each with five, and Paulie Frye led in blocks with three.

“I thought the kids did a great job,” Logansport coach John Vernon said. “They had fun out on the court. [Freshman] Vernon had six kills and [sophomore] Ness added five, so our younger kids had a good night. It was a good night for our team, and we played well.”

Boys soccer

Winamac 2, Caston 2

Caston took an early 1-0 lead, before Winamac’s Jorden Bitterling made a penalty kick to tie it . In the second half, the Comets went up 2-1, and the Warriors (2-9-3) tied it again on a penalty kick by Gage Garpow.

Winamac coach Mark Eber was happy that the game ended in a tie.

“It’s not a win, but the way our season has gone, it’s still pretty satisfying senior night,” Eber said. “The kids bounced back not once but twice and played their butts off. We made a couple of mistakes, and one cost us a goal, but the kids fought to get it back. The kids were fired up after they undercut our keeper in the second half,a nd they used that emotion.”

Winamac goalie Austen Brown had 12 saves.

Boys tennis

Logansport Sectional

Logansport announced the pairings for the local sectional, which will start on Wednesday. All the start times will be 4:45 p.m.

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