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October 12, 2012

PREP: Cougars' banner season ends

Early onslaught leads Argos past Carroll at regional.

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Carroll, which celebrated senior night, was led by senior Kaitlin Ragan with 13 assists and four digs. Junior Bailey Worl added eight kills and five blocks, and junior Alivia Seward had six digs and five kills. Sophomore Cassidy Carmen came up with 19 digs, and freshman Libby Eller had 12 digs.

“Ragan has been the leading setter, and holds this year’s record for most assists,” Carroll coach Denny Crum said. “Senior servers shined with Allison Nelson serving two aces on 10 serves without a single error. Taylor Walters had seven serves without an error, and Mary Ropes has been an excellent server all year with eight serves.”

Clinton Prairie def. Tri-Central 25-16, 25-17, 25-23

Tri-Central (9-21) kept getting closer to Clinton Prairie with each game, but the Gophers ended up sweeping the Trojans.

“This was a really nice high school match,” Tri-Central coach Ron Byram. “They just had one more volley then we did.”

Tara Davis led Tri-Central with 22 assists. Morgan Burke had 12 digs. Cecilia Rayl added seven digs, and Haley Farris came up with six. Amelia Moe contributed with eight kills, and Sara Fye, Hadley Deweese and Shelby Ramsey each had five kills.

Northfield def. Maconaquah 25-11, 25-21, 25-19

Micheala Walters had a dozen digs, eight service receptions and six service points for the Braves. Taylor Hardwick had six kills and six solo blocks. Keeana Walton added four solo blocks. Ally Exmeyer had nine digs. Madison Turner had 13 digs and eight service receptions. Emily Wilson had 10 points, 18 digs and five assists And Jalyn Windsor had six digs.

The Braves finished regular-season play at 19-13.

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