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Saxony Lutheran nets 2 OT win against Central in ND Soccerfest
Andrew Etzold scored in double overtime Thursday to give the Saxony Lutheran boys soccer team a 1-0 victory against Central at the Notre Dame Soccerfest.
Bryant Steffens recorded the shutout for the Crusaders (2-0), who will play Carbondale at 6 p.m. today.
Central fell to 0-1.
In other first-round action, tournament-host Notre Dame pounded Poplar Bluff 8-0.
Brock Dirnberger led the way wth three goals and an assist. Nick Wren and John Unterreiner each chipped in with a goal and an assist.
Ryan Bass had three saves in goal for the Bulldogs (2-0).
Volleyball Woodland Tournament
Leopold and Woodland reached the championship match with straight-game victories.
Leopold defeated Advance 25-20, 25-10, while Woodland squeaked past Zalma 25-21, 28-26.
Leopold will play Woodland at 7:45 p.m. today in the finals.
In other matches, Saxony Lutheran defeated Greenville 25-15, 25-17, and Meadow Heights stopped Oak Ridge 27-25, 25-9.
Jackson took Dexter the distance, but fell at home.
Jill Rushin had seven blocks and slammed eight kills in the loss for the Indians (1-1).
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The Bulldogs played a close match against visiting Farmington, but fell in straight sets.
Kelsey Bradshaw had 19 digs, Alyssa Roupe had nine aces and Megan Dohogne had 10 kills in the season-opening loss.
— From staff reports