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The Columbus North volleyball team went up against one of the state’s top teams Thursday and suffered a 25-13, 23-25, 25-17, 25-21 loss to Class 4A No. 10 Franklin.
Karen Wildemann led the Bull Dogs (8-17) with 28 assists and 15 digs. Makinsey Summa led in attacking with 11 kills, while Janelle Peters added nine kills. Devon Roese had 15 digs, while Peters added 13.
Lancers fall to Braves
TRAFALGAR — Edinburgh pulled out a win in Game 3, but Indian Creek regrouped for a 25-23, 25-18, 22-25, 25-15 Mid-Hoosier Conference win.
Mara Cox pounded 24 kills, and Megan Rooks recorded 37 assists to lead the Lancers (3-19, 0-8).
Owls sweep Panthers
SEYMOUR — Class 4A No. 7 Seymour had to fight in the final two sets, but were eventually able to put away Bloomington South 25-22, 25-22, 25-17.
Hayden Dailey led the Owls (28-3) with 11 kills, while Chandler Clark added eight. Katy Nolting, Megan Kimbley and Jessica Lucas all served an ace.
Trinity falls in three
SEYMOUR — Trinity Lutheran couldn’t overcome Christian Academy of Indiana in a 25-21, 25-22, 25-15 loss.
Liz Hill led the Cougars (16-10) with six kills and three aces.
Jets advance to finals
WALDRON — Hauser knocked off Waldron 4-1 in Wednesday’s Waldron Sectional semifinals to advance to Saturday’s championship match against Oldenburg Academy.
Christian Case scored two goals for the Jets, while Rory Thayer and Jared Schoen each added one. Thayer, Nick Lortz and Alvaro Eguilleor had assists.
Hauser put 11 shots on goal. Aaron Sweet recorded three saves, and Pete Trotter had two saves.
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