The Combined Junior High Cross Country team was at Northeast Dubois Jr high with the following result(s):
The boys won and the girls team came in 2nd. There were 25 runners in each race.
Rachel Umpleby- 2nd
Kimana Knight – 6th
Avery Owens – 7th
Harley Bush – 9th
Kyla Lee- 11th
Chantay Long -14th
Ean Wilder – 1st
Tyler Griffith- 2nd
Josiah McCoy – 4th
Issac Black – 5th
Coach Tuell is very proud of her runners
The Girls Varsity Volleyball team was Home on 09-09-2014 vs. Bedford North Lawerence (BNL) with the following result(s): JV lost 19-25, 13-25 Varsity lost 7-25, 10-25, 16-25
Leaders of the HERD:
Aces: Ashley Archer 1
Kills: Ashley Archer 4
Setting: Olivia Strother 5, Rachel Lowe 4
Digs: Kaitlyn Ingle 12
The Combined Varsity Cross Country team was Away on 09-09-2014 vs. Tri County Invite with the following result(s):
Varsity girls: 5th out of 8
Varsity boys: 7th out of 8
JV only had top 3 team scores…we were not in top 3
Congratulations to the boys and girls cross country teams for their finishes at a tough meet at Southridge in the Tri County Invitational. Blake Roberts finished 21st, Jon Godsey 31, Blake Terrell 36, Landon Tharp 41, Hunter Hamilton 45, Connor Henderson 49, Travis Mefford 50. Ali Kerby finished 23rd for the girls, followed by Becca Lowe 30, Kylene Baker 31, Avery Rogers 32, Riley Lowe 36, LExie Strange 39 and Abi Andis 40.
In the JV race, WIll Stroud finished 27, Jared Herd 29, Jacob Babcock 36, Tristan Manship 41, Landan Chastain 42, Damon Chastain 43Cody Murphy 44, Dathan Chastain 45, Victor Martinez 46
The Boys Varsity Tennis team was Home on 09-09-2014 vs. South Central with the following result(s):
South Central 3 Paoli 2 Singles 1.
Parker Gabhart (SC) def Jeff Kenney (P) 6-1 6-7 6-2 2.
Kyle Street (P) def Zach Goodwin (SC) 6-1 6-3 3.
Kyle Marshall (P) def Austin Schoen (SC) 6-3 6-1
Doubles 1. Turner/Hentrup (SC) def Yother/Deaton (P) 7-5 6-0 2.
: The Girls 8th Grade Volleyball team was Away on 09-09-2014 vs. Orleans with the following result(s):
8th won their match in 2 games. 25-20 in game 1 and 25-20 in game 2.