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Jackson sweeps Perryville
Megan Spooler smacked eight kills and added 10 digs and two blocks to lead the Jackson volleyball team to a win against Perryville on Monday.
Chelsea Olson chipped in six digs, 11 assists and six kills while Jill Rushin added six blocks for the Indians (18-7-1).
Ashley Reid had eight digs, Liz Martin recorded six digs, three kills and three blocks and Ava Johnson had six assists and three kills for the Pirates (14-16).
Game scores were 25-19, 25-14.
JV -- Jackson won 26-24,25-20
Wendi Zickfield helped lead the Tigers (17-9-3) to a home victory with five aces and five kills while Katie Scholl recorded three aces and 12 assists.
JV -- Central won 21-25, 25-12, 25-19
Jessica Abner recorded 16 kills for Bell City (26-2-1) while Codie Lancaster had 22 assists and 12 digs.
Jenny Lathum added 10 digs in the win.
Meghan Dohogne led the Bulldogs with six kills while Shannon Brennan and Kaitlin Wibbenmeyer each added five.
Paige Schumer had 10 assists and Taylor Sanders chipped in 12 digs for Notre Dame (12-13-2).
JV -- Notre Dame won in two.
BOYS SOCCERJackson 6, Fredericktown 0
Dylan Dee and Brian Davidson scored two goals apiece to lead the Indians to victory.
Robbie Martin had a goal and an assist, and Garret Stone had two assists for the Indians (15-4-1).
Justin Darnell had two saves in the shutout.
-- From staff reports