Jackson volleyball defeats Perryville

Tuesday, October 20, 2009

The Jackson volleyball team pulled out a marathon match against host Perryville Monday night.

After Perryville won the first set 26-24, Jackson came back to take the final two sets 26-24, 25-23.

"It was a long match," Jackson coach Maile Gannon said.

Rachael Meyr had 29 assists, six digs and three kills for the Indians (20-8).

Jill Rushin recorded 11 kills, 20 digs and four blocks, while Taylor Glueck had 19 digs, five kills, four service aces and two blocks.

Cassandra Bollinger added 18 digs.

For Perryville (17-10), Megan Moldenhauer had 26 assists, Catie Oberndorfer had 16 digs and Logan Johnson added 10 digs.

JV -- Perryville won 22-25, 25-19, 25-23.

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Meghan Dohogne, Allyson Bradshaw and Shannon Brennan led Notre Dame (28-4) to a road victory.

Dohogne had six kills and four blocks, Bradshaw had 10 kills, and Brennan helped with 17 assists. Kate Edwards had seven kills and Amy Wibbenmeyer added three service aces.

JV -- Notre Dame won 2-0.

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Central pulled out a tight match at home.

Charis Stewart led the Tigers (9-19-2) in kills with 12 and she added eight digs.

Tori Scheller had 19 assists, eight digs and four kills; Meg Goodman had 15 assists and two aces; and Chelsea Pannier recorded nine kills and four digs.

JV -- Poplar Bluff won 25-13, 25-14.

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Leopold cruised to a road victory.

Abby Landewee had 11 kills and four digs for the Wildcats (22-2), while Kirsten Thele had six kills, four digs and three blocks.

Lauren Seiler dished out 20 assists and Kelli Woodfin added six digs.

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Oran won a best-of-five match on the road.

Taylor Irwin had six assists, five digs and four aces. Amanda Young had six blocks, four aces and three digs. Kali Mills added four kills.

SOCCER

Notre Dame 4, Saxony 0

Notre Dame improved to 9-11 as it blanked Saxony Lutheran in a makeup game at home.

Joe Froemsdorf, Jonathan Lynch, Aaron Arnzen and Keke Kellum netted goals for Notre Dame. Jake Pewitt had two assists, and Tyler Buelow and Lynch had one apiece.

-- From staff reports

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