It was night two of the Southwood volleyball sectional with three of the four county teams in action. In game one Wabash took on North Miami, following behind 0-2 before a three game rally to win 22-25, 21-25, 25-18, 25-23, 15-9. In the second match of the night Southwood and Northfield took the court as the Lady Knights rolled to a 25-14, 25-22, 25-13 win.
The Lady Apaches got off to a horrible start, falling behind 6-12. Down 10-17 Wabash made a small run, scoring four straight with Katie Ford and Kristin Cromer recording kills to make it 14-17 then got it to within one at 18-19 on a Sydni Mullett tip, but couldn’t get over the hump in a 22-25 loss.
The Apaches got the exact same start in game two, quickly falling behind 1-6 and could never close the gap until 17-24 when Mullett nailed a kill that started a 4-0 run to get the score to 21-24 when a serve in the net ended game two 21-25.
Down 0-2 Wabash could either regroup or just go through the motions. The Lady Apaches chose choice number one, getting started on a Sarah Ritter kill and built a 5-0 lead.North Miami would chip their way back and cut the lead to 8-7 when Katie Ford would kill twice with Taylor Cain getting a block to open a 13-7 lead and build their lead to 20-11. North Miami couldn’t get any closer than six points as Wabash won game three 25-18.
Things were looking bleak for Wabash in game four as the Apaches fell behind 7-14 and were down 12-20 when the momentum changed. Taking advantage of several Warrior mistakes and a kill from Jaycee Parrett Wabash would go on a run and after kills from Katie Ford and Sarah Ritter the game was tied at 23. Again North Miami would hit the ball out of bounds and the Apaches had game point when Katie Ford nailed a kill to win game four 25-23 and tie the match 2-2.
With the adrenaline flowing and having all the momentum Wabash wasted no time taking control in game five, getting kills from Parrett and Kristin Cromer to grab a 5-2 lead.At 5-4 North Miami would hit the ball out of bounds four times and with a tip from Parrett wabash led 10-4. The Warriors closed the gap to 10-7 when the Apaches found Taylor Cain for two kills and a 13-7 lead. Wabash would win game five 15-9 and the match 3-2.
Delayne Gentry 1 service point, 4 digs
Sami White 9 service points, 3 kills, 7 digs, 23 assists, 2 blocks
Makenna Dawes 2 digs
Anna Rees 6 service points, 5 digs, 2 assists
Bailey Hobbs 6 service points, 1 ace, 2 kills, 3 assists, 3 digs, 1 block
Sarah Peters 14 service points, 4 aces, 3 kills, 1 block, 2 digs
Bailey Lundmark 5 kills, 2 blocks
Kaitlyn Murphy 11 kills, 2 blocks
Emilie Harnish 7 service points, 8 kills, 6 digs, 1 block
Having the bye in the volleyball sectional, the Manchester lady Squires found out Tuesday they will play Oak Hill Saturday morning in the second round of play. Oak Hill defeated Lewis Cass 25-11, 25-23, 25-23 Tuesday night in the opening round.
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In the 7th grade game Northfield led 34-0 at half, 34 – 6 at end of 3 and 40 – 6 final.
For the Manchester 7th grade Devin Marcum was 4 for 12 for 95yds. Kreedan Kroll rushed 15 times for 71yds, 1TD. Thane Creager added 1 rush for 6yds. Trey Clark had 2 receptions for 60yds, 1TD. Korbin Hensley added 1 reception for 24yds. Chase Miller led the defense with 5 tackles. Cale Parsons and Korbin Hensley added 3 tackles each.
8th Grade: Kam Lester scored with 6:05 remaining in the first quarter, MJHS scored 2 on the extra point to take a 8-0 lead. Lester then scored on a long run with 4:18 to go in the first, a pitch from Brayden Casper to Delton Moore made the score 16 – 0. Delton Moore scored with 1:46 to go in the first with Kam Lester running for the extra point making the lead 24-0. In the second quarter Kam Lester on a long run scored another touchdown with 4:04 left in the quarter with the extra point not successful the score was 30 – 0. which remained at half. The final score was 46 – 0.
For the Manchester 8th grade Brayden Casper was 3 for 9 for 46yds. Kam Lester rushed 11 times for 275yds, 5TD. Andrew McAtee added 5 for 24yds, Delton Moore 5 for 28yds, 1TD. Delton Moore had 1 reception for 25yds. Braden Fortner added 1 for 18yds. Delton Moore led the defense with 6 tackles. Kam Lester had 5 tackles, Preston Blocher 4 tackles and 1 fumble recovery, Mason Meyer 4 tackles and 1 fumble recovery, Andrew McAtee 1 tackles and 1 interception, Brayden Casper 1 tackles and 1 interception.
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The Wabash and Southwood junior high football teams split a pair of games Tuesday with Wabash winning the 7th grade game 19-0 and Southwood taking the 8th grade game 20-0.
For the Southwood 7th grade Dillion Filip and Elijah Sutton had five tackles each to lead the squad. Kyler Chapman (4 tackles) combined with Cason and Conner Rich (3 tackles each) to strengthen the effort. On offense the knights had good efforts from Kyler Chapman with 54 yards rushing, Logan Barley 51 yards rushing and Eric Carter catching a 23 yard pass from Barley.
For the Knights 8th grade Zach Miller had touchdown passes to Peyton Ensor (7 yds) and Quentin Perry (16 yds). Cameron Ball had another good outing rolling up 127 yards rushing and a touchdown. Coedy Slone added a two point conversion after the third score. On defense Luke Kirk and Colby Crow had 6 tackles a piece, and Carson Heath grabbed an interception.Add a Comment
The Southwood Knights Football C-Team ended its season with a shootout 44-40 loss to Peru Monday. On the night, Carson Blair had 4 TD’s through the air and a 4 yard TD run. Peyton Trexler was on the other end of those with 3 TD receptions of 12, 30, and 40 yards. Matthew Nose had a 35 yard TD reception. Blair, Jeffrey Finicle, Tony Rickets and Nose all had 2 point conversions. Defensively Carson Rody had a fumble recovery and Jeffrey Fincile had an interception.Add a Comment
The Northfield volleyball team hosted 3A, #9 Mississinewa for senior night and their final game of the regular season Monday, falling to the Indians 17-25, 25-17, 19-25, 19-25.
Mississinewa got off to a good start in game one, grabbing a 9-3 lead that the Norse could just never make up. Northfield had one run that cut the Indians lead to one at 13-12 before the visitors took off again. Down 12-7 Cherish Leming knocked home a kill that ignited a 5-1 run for the Norse. Leming had two kills during the run. At 15-12 the Indians would score two points for every one of the Norse for the 19-25 final.
It looked like game two would be more of the same as game one when Mississsinewa grabbed a 3-0 lead when the Norse rebounded. Holly Dyson would get a kill along with Leming to make it 3-5 when the Norse went running. Tori Snyder banged home a kill that was followed by and Arie Kenedy block and kill as the Norse scored five straight to take an 8-5 lead. After an Indian tip the Norse would out score Mississinewa 6-2 to increase their lead to 14-8. During the run Snyder had a block, a kill and an ace. Mississinewa would close the gap to 15-13 when Cassisdy Miller drove one home, followed by Leming and the Norse led 18-13. At 19-16 Miller would kill again as Northfield scored five straight on their way to a 25-17 win and knotted the match 1-1.
Again it was Mississinewa getting the good start in game three, grabbing a 6-1 lead before the Norse started to peck away. A block from Leming and Miller made it 4-6, but the Indians answered and led 6-11. With Liz Howenstine serving the Norse got a kill from Kennedy and one from Snyder during a 6-1 run that tied the score at 12 when the Indians pulled away. Mississinewa would score six in a row and nine of the next eleven points to open a 15-22 lead, but the Norse were not done. After an Indian serve in the net Tori Snyder would hammer a kill that was followed by an Arie Kennedy kill and a Snyder block to cut the lead to 19-22 before Mississinewa scored the last three for a 19-25 win and led the Norse 2-1.
The theme of the night for Northfield was a bad start and again in game four it happened. Mississinewa jumped out to a 1-5 lead before things changed. A Snyder kill ignited a 4-0 run as the Norse scored six of the next eight to grab a 9-8 lead. Back came the Indians, scoring five of the next six to go up 11-14 when Cherish Leming killed while Abigail Poole served an ace and the score was 14-14. The Norse remained close until 18-20 when the Indians scored four straight to grab an 18-24 lead and went on to win game four 19-25 and the night 1-3.