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October 15, 2013

Prep roundup, Oct. 15

Ballard has 21 kills in NW volley's win.


NW DEF. CASS 25-12, 25-23, 25-21

Hannah Ballard floored 21 kills to lead the Purple Tigers to a three-set sweep of the Kings. Ballard also had 18 digs and one block kill.

Also for Northwestern (9-12), Kristin Ireland had 14 service points (six aces), 10 digs and eight assists, Sydney Zeck had 33 assists and 13 digs, Kelsey Richards had 12 points (two aces), Alexis Brown had eight kills and one block kill, Whitney Zeck had seven points and five kills and Emily Harshman chipped in 19 digs.

PERU DEF. TAYLOR 25-9, 25-23, 25-14

Ashleigh Till served 13 points to lead Taylor and she also topped the Titans in blocks. Kayla Renbarger added eight points.

“I was pleased with.the effort,” Taylor coach Denise Leicht said. “The first set we started off slow, but we hung in there and did some good things, digging some hard hits and playing some good defense. Peru hits the ball hard, spiking and serving. It was good to see us respond. We also didn’t have many service errors, which is something we have been working on.”

WINAMAC DEF. CARROLL 25-21, 21-25, 25-21, 25-22

Winamac spoiled Carroll’s senior night, but the Cougars’ lone senior, Bailey Worl, had a strong match. Worl floored 21 kills.

Also for Carroll, Elizabeth Eurit dished 30 assists in her return from a concussion, Libby Eller had four aces and 18 digs and Lauren Worl had six kills and 12 digs.

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