DUGGER — Loogootee defeated Union (Dugger) 25-7, 25-7, 25-5 in area volleyball action on Monday.

The Lady Lions (23-7) were led by Kara Mann with 11 kills, followed by Kelci Mann with seven and Lauren Walton with five. Alyssa Dobson led with 21 assists, followed by Hannah Lamar with 13. Mariah Weisheit, Dobson, and Lamar each recorded two digs each. Dobson added 27 points, followed by Addison Dant with 12 and Kara Mann with nine. Dobson served seven aces, followed by Kara Mann with five.

No JV match was played.

JV Cougars split

ELNORA — The North Daviess JV football team split their last two games, to move their record to 6-1 on the season. The young Cougars defeated the Martin County Raiders, 22-14 on Sept. 28. Leading tacklers for the game were Brandt Lawyer (10), Anthony Steffey (7), Drew Lengacher (6) and Tyson Craig (6). Harvey Abrams had an interception. On offense, Lawyer had two touchdowns and an extra point conversion, Steffey had a touchdown and Aaron Graber had a two-point conversion run.

On 5 October, the Cougars traveled to Linton and were blanked 52-0.

The Cougars were never able to get any offense going and committed five turnovers in the game. On defense they could not stop the Linton passing attack.

ND volleyball loses

The North Daviess volleyball team fell to 8-16 and 2-5 in the conference after being defeated by Clay City 12-25, 23-25 and 7-25.

Statistical leaders included, Ashley Webster with seven service points, six assists, two kills and eight digs. While Stacey Beard had 14 digs, led in serve reception had two aces and blocks.

Erin Winklepleck had 14 digs, three kills and a block, while Samara Graber had 14 digs, two kills and a block.

J’Lynn Borter had four assists and three kills, Mackenzie Clark posted four kills.

“The varsity team started playing well at the end of set 1 and then did a nice job of execution in set 2.

“Our serving continues to be around 95 percent,” said ND coach Ruthanne Burkhart.

“However, our serve reception was below par. This was mostly because of the outstanding serving by Clay City — placement and power.

“Once we are able to sustain the performance of set 2 into the next sets, we will turn a huge corner in becoming a competitive volleyball team throughout the entire match.”

The JV Lady Cougars defeated Clay City 25-23, 20-25 and 15-13.

With the victory, the JV team claimed the SWIAC championship with an undefeated record (9-5, 4-0).

Larynda Keith led with 20 assists and seven service points, while Janae Wagler had 11 kills and nine service points. Ashley Troutman added 10 kills, 17 digs and six service points. Lexi Brewer had 19 digs and Stevi Beck had two blocks.

“On the JV team, each athlete is internally motivated to do their best; and the team is externally motivating to one another,” added Burkhart.

“They do not care who gets the job done as long as it happens. The SWIAC championship is well-deserved and it was an exciting time in their volleyball careers and for Lady Cougar volleyball.”

JV Hatchets fall to Jasper

JASPER — Monday night the Washington Hatchet junior varsity football team traveled to Jasper for their final game of the season. Unfortunately the Hatchets were defeated by the Wildcats, 44-0.

“However it was a terrific year for the JV Hatchets who ended the year with a record of 6-2. Coach Lemon and l would like to thank all the players for their tremendous effort and all the fans for their support throughout the year,” said JV coach Jake Durnil.

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