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High school round up: Woodland sweeps Oran
Kaitlin McCormick and Kendra Pinkley recorded 10 digs apiece to help lead the Woodland volleyball team to a sweep of host Oran on Friday.
Becky Brown put up 23 assists while Ashley Acup had 13 digs in the Cardinals' 25-14, 25-19, 25-13 victory.
Holly Milam recorded three kills, two aces and two digs, Amanda Young added two blocks and Megan Cook contributed three assists in the loss.
Woodland improved to 6-9, while Oran fell to 1-7-1.
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Erin Bollmann smashed seven kills while Jillian Mills added five, but it wasn't enough as the host Panthers fell to 9-8.
SOFTBALL Hillsboro 4, Jackson 3
Damesha Huddleston went 2 for 4 with a triple and Katie Garner added two hits in the home defeat.
Hannah Thompson recorded the loss in the circle as Jackson fell to 4-14 this season.
WP -- Litziak. LP -- Hannah Thompson. 3B -- Damesha Huddleston (J). 2B -- Gunnett (H), Wessels (H). Multiple hits -- Hillsboro: Wessels 3-4, Torence 2-4; Jackson -- Damesha Huddleston 2-4, Katie Garner 2-3. Records -- Jackson 4-14.
BOYS SOCCER Jackson 2, Parkview 1
Ryan Schlick and Law Duncan both recorded a goal as the Indians posted the road win.
Clay Baker earned an assist on both goals.
Cody Peohme had two saves in goal to help Jackson improve to 8-4.
-- From staff reports