North Decatur JV lost to Hauser in 3 sets. 16-25, 25-24, 6-15.Lainey Crites had 10 digs. Erin Schwering had 4 kills.North Decatur Varsity lost to Hauser in 3 sets. 25-27, 23-25, 25-27.Olivia Bohman had a solid performance tonight with 3 blocks and 11 kills at the net and passed well when she saw playing time in the backrow. Erika Kramer 4 blocks and 15 kills. Erica Gauck 8 digs and 9 kills. Olivia O’Dell 13 digs. Maddy Day 10 digs. Kara Muckerheide 25 assists and 9 digs.‘These were 3 really hard fought sets tonight. The girls played really well but we lacked mental toughness at times. Hauser is always a tough team to play. This is our first conference loss but I think a lot can be taken from our performance as we move closer to the tournament.’ Chargers Coach Ashley Gauck.
Syracuse (4-3, 2-1 Atlantic Coast) completed a seismic upset, 27-24, against the nation’s second-best team, Clemson (6-1, 4-1) on Friday night in the Carrier Dome. The Tigers had skated by other top division foes Louisville, Virginia Tech and others, but fell to the Orange’s defensive pressure after SU knocked Clemson’s starting quarterback, Kelly Bryant, out of the game with what CU head coach Dabo Swinney called a concussion. The Orange’s win puts Syracuse on the cusp of a bowl bid. Published on October 14, 2017 at 2:43 am Comments Facebook Twitter Google+
In Munster Post Primary Schools action Our Lady’s Templemore go in search of silverware this afternoon.Brian McGrath – a brother of Tipp star Noel – will be part of the team that will take on the defending champions Midleton CBS in the Dean Ryan Cup Final.The game will throw-in at 1:30 in Clonmel with Our Lady’s looking to win the cup for the first time in 7 years.