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September 15, 2021

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The Press-Dispatch Wednesday, September 15, 2021 B-3 CENTRAL Continued from page 1 OTWELL MEN'S BASKETBALL LEAGUE SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 12 RESULTS Game 1: B Squad 65 vs Hot Shots 56 B Squad: # 9 Kyle Blair scored 25 pts. Hot Shots: # 9 Adam Rudolph scored 20 pts. Game 2: Knox County boys 96 vs RuNNinRage 63 Knox County Boys:#33 Cody Phillips scored 28 pts. RuNNinRage: #3 Brian Riley scored 25 pts. Game 3: Jail Blazers 97 vs The Undesirables 87 Jail Blazers: #23 Scott mills scored 49 pts. The Undesirables: #24 Devin Decker scored 37 pts. Game 4: Longshots 68 vs Globo gym 56 Longshots: #14 Tom Willis scored 28 pts. Globo Gym: #4 Justin Robinson scored 24 pts. SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 19 Team 1 Team 2 Time Jail Blazers Bus Drivers 10 a.m. B Squad Longshots 11 a.m. Knox County Boys The Undesirables Noon Globo Gym RuNNinRage 1 p.m. The Hot Shots Fulda Squad 2 p.m. Blackard wins at Catham Hills Peyton Blackard, son of Jason and Melanie Blackard, took home the win at Catham Hills Golf week in the 14-15 division. He shot one over par the first day and one under par the second day in windy conditions. Submitted photo Chargers volleyball loses to the Raiders By Matthew Haycraft Lady Chargers' varsity vol- leyball team lost to Southridge Tuesday, September 7 at Pike Central in three sets, scoring 23-25, 19 -25, 15 -25. Pike Central senior Jaize Mills had 17 digs, four kills and one block for the game. While Erika Vinnedge, Char- ger senior, had two aces, nine kills, one block and two as- sists. Charger sophomore Hai- lye Fulcher ended the game with one ace, six kills and one assist; and Eve Burns, Char- ger freshman, had 11 digs and one kill. Head Coach Stephanie Shedd stated, "The girls played well. We just couldn't quite get on top and stay on top. We covered attacks well and dove after everything. We will continue to work on keeping the momentum on our side, and pushing forward when we get on top." The girls' junior varsity also played the Southridge Raiders Saturday and lost, winning the second set, but losing the first and third sets. In the first set of the game, the JV were lacking their com- munication, but corrected it in the next set. During the sec- ond set, the team seemed to get their groove together and had good communication and teammate awareness, win- ning the set by a score of 25 - 22. While playing the third set, the girls fought hard, but could not seem to get the points together to make the win. But the Chargers played hard, never giving up the fight the entire match. During this game, Fulcher ended up with four kills and two digs; Kavanaugh with one ace, two digs and nine as- sists; junior Delaney Welch had three digs. The girls played one more game for the tourney and it was against Evansville Reitz, who ended up winning the game, putting the Lady Char- gers out of the tourney. Coach Shedd said, "Reitz is an all-around great team, with strong hitting and serv- ing. We started off slow, but I was very proud of our accom- plishments during the second set. We started off strong and were ahead. We stuck with them the entire match and gave it our all. We had great serving and played smart." Kavanaugh had four aces, one dig and five assists; and Vinnedge had two blocks, two aces and three digs. The team as a whole had seven aces and 19 digs. Coach Shedd wrapped up the tourney saying, "We won our pool and then placed 3rd overall. I am very pleased with our performance today. Our hard work is paying off as we add wins to our record." The Pike Central Lady Chargers are now 4-6 for the season. They will play their next game at Boonville on Thursday, September 16. Lady Charger senior Jaize Mills dives to keep the ball in play during the varsi- ty volleyball game against Southridge on Tuesday, September 7 at Pike Central. The Pike Central Swing Choir, lead by Alec Smith, vice-president of the choir, sang the "National Anthem" to open the girls' varsity volleyball game on Tuesday, September 7. Pike Central senior Alaina McClellan bumps the ball into the air during the varsity volleyball game against Southridge on Tuesday, September 7 at Pike Central. Lady Charger sophomore Karley Kavanaugh throws the ball up to serve it into play during the varsity vol- leyball game against Southridge on Tuesday, Septem- ber 7 at Pike Central. Lady Charger freshman Lakin Sor- gius saves the ball from going out of bounds during the junior varsity vol- leyball game against Southridge on Tuesday, September 7 at Pike Central. Delaney Welch, Pike Central junior, sets the ball during the junior varsity volleyball game against Southridge. Lady Charger junior Alyna Sharp jumps up and smashes the ball over the net during the junior varsity vol- leyball game against Southridge on Tuesday, September 7 at Pike Central. Thank You anks to everyone who participated in the 2021 Kiwanis Golf Scramble. 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CPA PETERSBURG KIWANIS GOLF SCRAMBLE RESULTS SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 11 First Place: -15 Tj Reece Zach Langebrake Joe Smith Nathan Schipp Second Place: -13 Andy Query Steve Pride Stan Helsley Bob Deffendoll Third Place: -13 John Burns Jeff Burns Scott Arnold Val Fleig Closest to the Pin Val Fleig Longest Drive Natalie Burkhart Longest Putt Russ Henson

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