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Volleyball brackets announced
Columbus East opens 4A sectional volleyball play Oct. 22 against East Central in the Bloomington North Sectional while Columbus North drew Bloomington South in that same sectional.
The only other team in that sectional is Bloomington North, which landed a first-round bye and gets the winner of the East-East Central game on Oct. 24.
Jennings County drew Jeffersonville on Oct. 22 in the 4A Floyd Central Sectional while Seymour faces the host team in that same sectional.
In 3A play, Brown County faces Owen Valley in the Edgewood Sectional on Oct. 22.
In Class A play, Edinburgh plays Indianapolis Lutheran in the Indianapolis Lutheran Sectional on Oct. 22. Hauser faces Jac-Cen-Del in the Hauser Sectional on Oct. 22 while South Decatur meets Shawe Memorial in that same sectional.
Trinity Lutheran and Medora face off in the Orleans Sectional on Oct. 22.
Hauser wraps up conference crown
WALDRON — Hauser wrapped up an undefeated Mid-Hoosier Conference season with a 25-20, 25-12, 25-16 victory over host Waldron on Monday.
The Jets finished 9-0 in conference play as Bre Metz led the way with seven kills.
Ellie Trotter had 26 assists and five aces, and Danielle Giles added 16 assists for Hauser, which is 18-7 overall. Jordan McDaniel had three blocks for the Jets.
Edinburgh downs Eastern Hancock
EDINBURGH — With Mara Cox providing 23 kills, Edinburgh slipped past Eastern Hancock in four sets, 25-18, 16-25, 25-19 and 25-19.
Edinburgh raised its record to 5-21 overall and 1-8 in the Mid-Hoosier Conference.
Lillie Parmer had 28 digs for Edinburgh.
South Decatur wins in four sets
GREENSBURG — South Decatur used 18 kills from Ashley Johannigman to down visiting Medora 25-11, 25-16, 23-25, 25-23.
Brittany Koors had 25 assists for South Decatur, and Johannigman added four service aces.
Cougars dominate West Washington
SEYMOUR — Trinity Lutheran wrapped up an easy win over visiting West Washington 25-11, 25-14 and 25-4.
Cougars coach Chelsey Hackman switched senior Mandan Langley from middle hitter to all-around for Senior Night.
Langley, the team’s only senior, said she hadn’t played all-around since her sophomore year, and she found out she was doing that right before the match started.
“Actually, I thought I would just be playing front row,” Langley said. “Then, I got in the back, and I was like, ‘Let’s do this. I’m actually playing back row. Let’s go.’”
Langley had a block and a couple of aces in helping the Cougars win the first set. She had a kill and served twice when the Cougars won the second set, and she wrapped up the night by just playing front row and getting a couple of kills in the third set.
On the night, the Class A No. 14 Cougars (19-11) were 64 of 71 in serving with 26 aces. Hill led the way, going 15 of 16 with 10 aces.
Seymour sweeps Jeffersonville
JEFFERSONVILLE — Seymour swept Jeffersonville 25-4, 25-10, 25-10.
The Owls (29-3) had a solid night of hitting, going 65 of 68 with 44 kills. Hayden Dailey was 18 of 18 with 15 kills, and Megan Kimbley was 14 of 14 with nine kills. Jessica Lucas had 35 assists.
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