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September 12, 2013

Prep Sports Roundup: TC West beats Ogemaw Heights

TRAVERSE CITY — Katie Placek had 25 kills, 12 digs and three aces Wednesday night as Traverse City West beat Ogemaw Heights 25-13, 25-15, 25-17 in Big North Conference volleyball play.

The Titans improved to 2-0 in the league and 9-3 overall.

Ally Peters added 37 assists, Anna O'Hara seven kills and Olivia Bishop three kills and 2.5 blocks.

The Titans are at Fruitport on Saturday, the face Cadillac on Monday.

 

TC Central 3

Alpena 1

Traverse City Central notched a road Big North Conference victory over Alpena, winning in four games.

The Trojans prevailed 26-24, 25-19, 23-25, 25-20.

Central was led by Kylie Kowal (15 kills, three aces), Brie Goodno (14 kills, six digs) and Emily Jenkins (six digs, 100 percent serving).

The Trojans dropped a three-game JV match to the wildcats but won the freshman matchup in the straight games to improve to 11-2.

Central (8-4-1) travels Saturday to the Grandville Invitational.

 

St. Francis 3

Harbor Springs 0

Sophie Spencer's eight aces and five kills sparked St. Francis to a 25-17, 25-9, 25-14 Lake Michigan Conference win over Harbor Springs.

Haley Bussell contributed six kills and six digs, Ally Bradfield seven digs and 10 assists and Megan Knudsen eight digs and five assists for the Gladiators, now 2-0 in the league and 15-6 overall.

St. Francis is at Grayling next Tuesday.

 

TC West JV 3

Ogemaw Hts. JV 0

Traverse City West downed Ogemaw Heights in straight games, taking a Big North Conference junior varsity match 25-5, 25-23, 25-16.

The Titans (2-0 BNC) were led by Emily Nunemaker (21 digs, 17 kills), Emma VanderMuelen (nine aces, 39 assists, six digs) and Victoria Green (26 digs, two kills, two aces).

 

TENNIS

TC Central 3rd at Dow Invitational

In an event comprised almost solely of teams represented in the latest state rankings, Traverse City Central placed third in the Midland Dow Invitational.

Division 2 No. 1-ranked Dow won the tournament with 21 points, followed by Division 2 No. 2 Grand Rapids Forest Hills Central at 16 and Division 1 No. 5 TC Central with 11. East Lansing, which only recently fell out of the top 10, was fourth.

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