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April 2, 2013

Tuesday's local glances and scores

DANVILLE — PREP BASEBALL

At Westville

Westville 7, North Vermillion 5


North Vermillion    000    210    2    —      5      10      1

Westville    113    011    x    —     7     9     1

WP — Jordan Romo. LP — Devon Sams. Save — Tyler Dicken. Two or more hits — NV: James Fortner 3, Austin Dickerson 3, Davin Craft W: Kyle Brazas, Adam High, Dicken. 2B — NV: Fortner W: Brazas. 3B — W: Brazas. RBIs — NV: Fortner 3, Sams W: High 4, Jeffrey Thompson, Dicken.

Records — Westville 2-4 overall.

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At Fisher

Fisher 7, Armstrong-Potomac 0


AP    000    000    0    —    0    2    4

Fisher    401    200    x    —    7    5    1

WP — Pointer. LP — Wade Rogers. 2B — F: Fiedler. 3B — F: Pointer. RBIs — F: Williams, Kuhns, Pettanger.

Records — Armstrong-Potomac 0-2 overall; Fisher 2-3.

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At Oakwood

Oakwood 9, Seeger 8


Seeger    051    200    0    —      8      5      4

Oakwood    003    114    x    —     9     11     7

WP — Kaleb Thompson. LP — Caleb Orahood. Two or more hits — S:Alex Mull O: Davin Miles 3, Ryan Bott 3, Jake England. 2B — S: Dakota Ware O: England. HR — S: Avery Acton. RBIs — S: Cole Blessing 2, Acton O: Miles 2, England 2, Bott 2, Zach Girton.

Records — Oakwood 2-1 overall.

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At West Lebanon, Ind.

Monday’s box score

Seeger 11, Benton Central 1


Benton Central    000    100        —    1    4    2

Seeger    331    004        —    11    12    0

WP — Chandler White (1-0). LP — Sparenberg. Two or more hits — S: Zach Stitt 3, Avery Acton 3, Alex Mull, Jake Fell, Dakota Ware. 2B — BC: Sparenberg; S: Stitt, Acton, Mull, Fell. RBIs — BC: Sparenberg; S: Mull 3, Acton 2, Fell 2, Ware.

Records — Benton Central 0-1 overall; Seeger 1-0.

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PREP SOFTBALL

At Winterview Park, Danville

Danville 12, Hoopeston Area 2


Hoopeston Area    000    200        —    2    4    7

Danville    010    263        —    12    12    2

WP — Mackenzie King (1-2). LP — Rylee Martin (2-2). Two or more hits — HA: Karena Colunga, Jhance Marshall; Dan: Lindsey Loewenstein 3, King 3, Kristi Burghart. 2B — HA: Marshall; Dan: Loewenstein 3, King, Tera Baxter. 3B — Dan: King. HR — Dan: Burghart. RBIs — HA: Colunga, Hailee Swinford; Dan: Burghart 3, Chloe Davis 2, Loewenstein, King, Katy Aguirre.

Records — Danville 2-2 overall; Hoopeston Area 3-2 overall.

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At Bismarck

Bismarck-Henning 11, Covington 10


Covington    013    150    0    —    10    17    3

Bis-Henn    241    101    2    —    11    15    0

WP — Phoenix LaCombe. LP — Ali Holmes (0-1). Two or more hits — Cov: Larsen, Hanson, Ponder, Holmes, Cooper, Foster; BH: Lindsey Andrews, Brittany Ribbe, Emmie Hawkins, Lexi Ballard, Lanie Andrews, Masyn Clow. 2B — Cov: Holmes; BH: Clow. HR — BH: Clow. RBIs — Cov: Ponder 3, Holmes 2, Hall; BH: Clow 2, Lauren McKenzie 2, Lindsey Andrews, Ribbe, Lanie Andrews.

Records — Covington 0-1 overall; Bismarck-Henning 2-3.

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At Danville

Gibson City 8, Schlarman 6


Gibson City    010    015    1    —      8      

Schlarman    012    200    1    —     6     

WP — Brianna Walker. LP — Taylor Rangel (0-1). 2B — S: Elizabeth Hawkins. RBIs — GC: Lexi Bucker 2 S: Taylor Rangel 2, Hailee Powell, Maria Rangel.

Records — Schlarman 0-6 overall.

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At Catlin

Salt Fork 21, Heritage 5


Heritage    410    00        —      5      7      9

Salt Fork    446    7x        —     21     20     2

WP — Payton Meade. LP — Pruitt. Two or more hits — H: Pruitt SF: Camaryn Todd 5, Lea Hall 4, Lexie Smith 3, Jenna Bryant, Kayln Learnard, Emile McFadden. 2B — SF: Hall, Bryant, Todd. HR — SF: McFadden. RBIs — SF: Smith 5, Todd 3, McFadden 2, Hall 2, Allie Trosper, Bryant.

Records — Salt Fork 2-1 overall.

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At Westville

North Vermillion 7, Westville 5


North Vermillion    102    111    1    —      7      10      7

Westville    210    002    0    —     5     5     4

WP — Lindsay Moore. LP — Carson Richardson. Two or more hits — NV: Taylen Balding, Moody, Woodard 2B — NV: Bladin, Norris W: Richardson. RBIs — NV: Woodard 2, Moore, Moody W: Courtney Gabehart, Kendra Gallion.

Records — North Vermillion 2-0 overall, Westville 1-3.

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At Kentland, Ind.

Milford 16, South Newton 5


Milford    317    14        —      16      4      1

South Newton    200    03        —     5     3     2

WP — Erin McNally (1-2). Two or more hits — M: Madison Luecke. 2B — M: Luecke, Cornisha Allen. RBIs — M: Luecke 3, Allen 2 SN: Rose 2.

Records — Milford 1-2 overall, South Newton 0-1.

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At West Lebanon, Ind.

West Lafayette 20, Seeger 5


West Lafayette    902    36        —      20      14      2

Seeger    002    03        —     5     5     6

WP — Devin Hainje (2-0). LP — Smith (0-1). Two or more hits — WL: Malone 3, Hainje S: Kirsten Irvine. 2B — WL: Palmieri, Malone, Welch, Hainje, Erb S: Irvine. 3B — WL: Hainje. RBIs — WL: Hainje 2, Malone 2 S: Becca Barton.

Records — West Lafayette 2-0, Seeger 1-1.

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At Muncie

Monday’s box score

Hoopeston Area 7, Oakwood 3


Hoopeston Area    230    200    0    —    7    8    0

Oakwood    012    000    0    —    3    6    5

WP — Rylee Martin (2-1). LP — Breana Wright. Two or more hits — HA: Jordan McFadden 3; Oak: Madison Carlton. 2B — HA: McFadden, Carissa Vaughn, Annabelle Goble; Oak: Carlton. RBIs — HA: McFadden 5, Martin; Oak: Wright, Kathleen Townsley, Kasie Larsen.

Records — Hoopeston Area 3-1 overall, 1-1 in the Vermilion Valley Conference; Oakwood 0-2, 0-1 in the VVC.

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At Catlin

Monday’s box score

Salt Fork 31, Milford 1


Milford    000    10        —    1    2    7

Salt Fork    (12) 5 (14)    0x        —    31    20    0

WP — Logan Sanford (1-0). LP — McNally. Two or more hits — SF: Lea Hall 5, Kylie McFadden 4, Emilie McFadden 3, Kayln Learnard, Camaryn Todd. 2B — SF: Hall 2, K.McFadden, Sanford. 3B — SF: Lexie Smith. HR — SF: Hall 2. RBIs — M: Genzel; SF: Hall 8, K.McFadden 4, Learnard 2, Jenna Bryant 2, E.McFadden, Todd, Sanford, Allie Trosper.

Records — Salt Fork 1-1 overall, 1-1 in the Vermilion Valley Conference.

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At Watseka

Monday’s box score

Armstrong-Potomac 6, Watseka 4


A-P    101    103    0    —    6    10    4

Watseka    101    200    0    —    4    7    4

WP — Morgan Zindars (2-0). LP — Bauer. Two or more hits — AP: Johanna Bruens 3, Zindars, Kirsten Newnum, Ashley Gayheart; W: Bauer, McTaggert. 2B — AP: Newnum 2. 3B — W: McTaggert. RBIs — AP: Newnum 2, Zindars, Breanna Maple, Courtney Hilleary; W: Suchy 2, McTaggert.

Records — Armstrong-Potomac 2-0 overall.

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At Westville

Monday’s box score

Georgetown-Ridge Farm/Chrisman 10, Westville 0


GRFC    114    211        —    10    8    2

Westville    000    000        —    0    3    14

WP — Lexi Silva (4-1). LP — Carson Richardson (1-2). Two or more hits — GRFC: LeeAnn Conrad 3, Brittany Hay. 2B — GRFC: Conrad 2, Hay, Callan Hall. HR — GRFC: Hay. RBIs — GRFC: Hay 3, Hall 2.

Records — Westville 1-2 overall, Georgetown-Ridge Farm/Chrisman 5-1.

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At Clinton, Ind.

Monday’s box score

North Vermillion 2, South Vermillion 0


No.Vermillion    000    001    1    —    2    7    0

So.Vermillion    000    000    0    —    0    3    2

WP — Linzy Woodard (1-0). LP — Daphnie Dunegan. Two or more hits — NV: Taylen Balding, Chelsie Schrader. 2B — SV: Taylor Andrews. RBIs — NV: Woodard, Whitney McMasters.

Records — North Vermillion 1-0 overall.

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PREP BOYS TRACK

At Bismarck


Team results — 1. Bismarck-Henning 89, 2. Westville 48.

Individual Winners

Long jump — 1. Dalton Edwards (BH) 17-4

Triple jump — 1. Robert Elliott (W) 32-8

High jump — 1. Ty Hufford (BH) 5-6

Discus — 1. Nick Woods (W) 119-3½

Shot Put — 1. Woods 48-11½

100 meters — 1. Shane Overshiner (W) 12.21

200 meters — 1. Hufford 25.62

400 meters — 1. Chase Connelly (BH) 1:00.41

800 meters — 1. Mason Wagner (BH) 2:32

110 hurdles — 1. Austin Johnson (W) 12,21

300 hurdles — 1. Johnson 51.16

1,600 — 1. Wagner 5:42.1

3,200 — 1. Wagner 12:29

800 relay — 1. Westville 1:52.97

1,600 relay — 1. Bismarck-Henning 4:15.65

3,200 relay — 1. Bismarck-Henning 10:14.6

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At Bismarck

Monday’s results


Team results — 1. Bismarck-Henning 88, 2. Hoopeston Area 49.

Individual winners

Discus — Pratt (BH) 105-2; shot put — Pratt 40-6¼; high jump — Hufford (BH) 5-8; triple jump — Wilson (BH) 32-7½; long jump — Cable (HA) 16-6.

3,200-meter relay — Bismarck-Henning 11:36.7; 400 relay — Hoopeston Area 51.2; 3,200 run — Savage (BH) 12:13.8; 110 hurdles — Dixon (HA) 20.69; 100 — Cable (HA) 12.87; 800 — Ramos (HA) 2:28; 800 relay — Bismarck-Henning 1:56.9; 400 — Connelly (BH) 58.67; 300 hurdles — Dixon (HA) 49.26; 1,600 — Savage (BH) 5:47.3; 200 — Foster (HA) 26.61; 1,600 relay — Bismarck-Henning 4:22.3.

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PREP GIRLS TRACK

At Bismarck

Monday’s results


Team results — 1. Bismarck-Henning 92, 2. Hoopeston Area 35.

Individual winners

Discus — Jessica Hall (BH) 81-11; shot put — Jessica Hall (BH) 32-10½;  triple jump — Maddie Winkler (BH) 25-11; long jump — Caitlynn Tuelp (BH) 13-1¾.

3,200-meter relay — Hoopeston Area 13:18.8; 400 relay — Bismarck-Henning 58.1; 3,200 run — Maddie Brown (HA) 13:57.7; 100 hurdles — Shania Goble (HA) 19.59; 100 — Mary Bass (BH) 14.59; 800 — Shania Goble (HA) 3:11.5; 800 relay — Bismarck-Henning 2:10.7; 400 — Sarah Dixon (HA) 1:19.9; 300 hurdles — Angelina Read (BH) 1:06.12; 1,600 — Maddie Brown (HA) 6:34.1; 200 — Mary Bass (BH) 30.23; 1,600 relay — Bismarck-Henning 6:29.1.

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PREP BOYS BASKETBALL

Indiana All-State Basketball Teams

Selected by the Associated Press


FIRST TEAM

Zak Irvin, 6-8, Sr., Hamilton Southeastern

Trevon Blueitt, 6-5, Jr., Indianapolis Park Tudor

Trey Lyles, 6-8, Jr., Indianapolis Arsenal Tech

Michael Volovic, 5-9, Sr., Carmel

Demetrius Jackson, 6-1, Sr., Mishawaka Marian

SECOND TEAM

Ja’Quan Lyle, 6-5, Jr., Evansville Bosse

Mike Crawford, 6-5, Sr., Tipton

Bryson Scott, 6-0, Sr., Fort Wayne Northrop

James Blackmon, Jr., 6-2, Jr., Fort Wayne Luers

Darryl Baker, 6-2, Sr., Jeffersonville

THIRD TEAM

Collin Hartman, 6-6, Sr., Indianapolis Cathedral

Bryant McIntosh, 6-3, Jr., Greensburg

Blake Simmons, 6-5, Sr., Castle

V.J. Beachem, 6-6, Sr., New Haven

Clay Yeo, 6-5, Sr., Triton

HIGH HONORABLE MENTION

Jaylon Brown, Fishers; Jalen Coleman, Indianapolis Cathedral; James Crowley, Carmel; Nick Davidson, Andrean; Devin Davis, Indianapolis Warren Central; Davon Dillard, Bowman Academy; Ernie Duncan, Evansville Harrison; Hyron Edwards, East Chicago Central; J.C. Faubion, Indianapolis Lutheran; Dess Fougerousse, Linton-Stockton; Eron Gordon, Indianapolis North Central; Franko House, Concord; B.J. Jenkins, Merrillville; Anthony Johnson, Indianapolis Decatur Central; Austin Karazsia, Linton; Aaron Korn, Frankton; Darius Latham, Indianapolis North Central; Lane Mahurin, Rockville; D.J. McCall, Fort Wayne Concordia; Markese McGuire, Elkhart Memorial; Zach McRoberts, Carmel; Michael Morris, New Palestine; Antonio Penny, Logansport; Tayler Persons, Kokomo; Jordan Pickett, Indianapolis Pike; Michael Schlotman, Munster; Brenton Scott, Fort Wayne Northrop; LaBradford Sebree, Kokomo; Sean Sellers, Greensburg; Basil Smotherman, Jr., Indianapolis Lawrence North; Thomas Starks, Fort Wayne Concordia; Austin Torres, Penn; Zavier Turner, Indianapolis Pike; Conner Wittmer, Loogootee.

HONORABLE MENTION

Ian Asher, Danville; Jalen Bender, Evansville Central; Steven Bennett, New Castle; Calvin Blank, Terre Haute North; Jared Bloom, Warsaw; Trey Boyd, Anderson; Caleb Brannon, Lebanon; Anfernee Brown, East Chicago Central; Blake Cesinger, Clay City; Jaylen Chambers, Evansville North; Kegan Comer, Jay County; Austin Compton, Frankton; Brandon Cook, Cannelton; Charles Cooper, Gary Wallace; Brock Cosey, South Bend Riley; Nick Crays, North Daviess; Brodie Crowe, Shakamak; Andrew Dakich, Zionsville; Alex Etherington, Hamilton Heights; Perry Fairrow, Evansville Bosse; Nick Gamble, Homestead; Brogan Gary, Pendleton Heights; Sawyer Glick, Columbus North; Tori Jackson, Columbus North; Taishaun Johnson, Indianapolis Pike, Tyler Jones, Sheridan; Justin King, Bowman Academy; Carlos Knox, Indianapolis Ritter; Ajay Lawton, Westfield; Jalen McCoy, Borden; Brett McCory, Brownstown Central; Brock McFarland, Jay County; John Mosser, Valparaiso; Cole Murray, Delphi; Jermaine Parrish, New Albany; Antonio Pipkin, Bowman Academy; Mack Rathbun, Muncie Burris; Korey Ryan, New Castle; Troy Spears, Martinsville; Justus Stanback, West Lafayette; Jeffrey Turner, Terre Haute South; Stephen Turner, Mount Vernon (Hancock); Gary Ulrich, Rockville; Trent VanHorn, Fort Wayne Canterbury; Josh VanMeter, Norwell; Addison Wagler, Barr-Reeve; Tyler Walsh, Evansville Mater Dei; Ryan Welage, Greensburg; Keenan Williams, Jeffersonville; Tony Wills, Indianapolis Ben Davis.

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PREP GIRLS BASKETBALL

Indiana All-State Basketball Teams

Selected by the Associated Press


FIRST TEAM

Whitney Jennings, 5-5, Jr., Logansport

Stephanie Mavunga, 6-4, Sr., Brownsburg

Maura Muensterman, 5-11, Jr., Evansville Mater Dei

Bridget Perry, 6-2, Sr., Indianapolis Roncalli

Taya Reimer, 6-3, Sr., Hamilton Southeastern

SECOND TEAM

Celeste Edwards, 5-11, Sr., Indianapolis North Central

Ally Lehman, 5-10, Sr., Indian Creek

Jill Morrison, 5-8, Sr., Winchester

Ariana Simmons, 5-11, Sr., Fort Wayne South Side

Dakota Weatherford, 5-5, Sr., Hamilton Heights

THIRD TEAM

Katie Curtis, 5-6, Sr., Lebanon

Andrijana Cvitkovic, 6-3, Sr., Culver Academy

Erica Moore, 6-1, Jr., Mount Vernon (Hancock)

Ali Patberg, 5-10, So., Columbus North

Rhagen Smith, 6-2, Sr., Sullivan

HIGH HONORABLE MENTION

Jenna Allen, Bedford North Lawrence; Nicole Anderson, Terre Haute North; Jenn Anderson, Westfield; Alexa Bailey, Bedford North Lawrence; Lindsay Baker, Warsaw; Kayla Brown, Westfield; Allyson Bunch, Columbus East; Kelsi Byrd, North Montgomery; Olivia Carlton, Penn; Haley Cook, Hamilton Heights; Samantha Dewey, Triton Central; Sara Dickey, Riverton Parke; Nicole Dodd, Northeast Dubois; Bailey Farley, Fort Wayne Canterbury; Kindell Fincher, Fort Wayne Canterbury; Victoria Gaines, Merrillville; Tayler Goodall, Columbus North; Sydney Hall, Heritage Christian; Kenzie Gustin, Pendleton Heights; Kelsey Key, Frankton; KiLee Knafel, Wawasee; Taylor Lutz, Penn; Dominique McBryde, Bedford North Lawrence; Shelby Merder, Jasper; Khadijah Moore, Elkhart Memorial; Dariyan Morris, Merrillville; Allison Nash, Speedway; Brittany Neeley, Eastern (Howard); Ana Owens, Lawrence North; Jessica Pongonis, Hamilton Southeastern; Mikale Rogers, Lawrence North; Tori Schickel, Evansville Mater Dei; Sydney Shelton, Mount Vernon (Hancock); Meredith Shipman, Fort Wayne Snider; Caitlyn Tolen, Benton Central; Brittany Ward, Pike; Lauren Whitlatch, Bloomington South; J.J. Williams, Carmel; Jackie Young, Princeton

HONORABLE MENTION

Cassie Baird, Indianapolis Perry Meridian; Kaitlin Barnard, Mishawaka Marian; Kaylee Bennett, Brownstown Central; Savannah Bley, NorthWood; Katlyn Bobos, Lowell; Elizabeth Bowers, Indianapolis Roncalli; Tasia Brewer, Terre Haute South; Sydney Buck, Homestead; Caroline Buhr, Penn; Mackenzie Campbell, Rushville; Ashley Campbell, Oregon-Davis; Kay Lee Clemens, Tri; Brittni Clopton, Fort Wayne South Side; Asia Coates, Pike; Sarah Cook, Rushville; Keshyana Cooper, Michigan City; Lamina Cooper, Lawrence North; Sarah Corbin, Mooresville; Olivia Crozier, Madison; Kelsey Cunningham, Columbus North; Jessie Davidson, Austin; Cassidy Deno, Benton Central; Lauren DeSutter, Tri-West; Bailey Dreiman, Vincennes Rivet; Deauna Evans, Greenwood; Mandy Fisher, Mooresville; Darby Foresman, Indianapolis Heritage Christian; Jordyn Frantz, NorthWood; Brett Green, Mooresville; Kyleigh Hampton, Wabash; Emily Harrison, Western Boone; Tyasha Harris, Indianapolis Heritage Christian; Tiajaney Hawkins, East Chicago Central; Jaclyn Heath, LaPorte; Jenna Hountz, East Central; Lexi Ingram, Bloomington South; Kelsey Ivers, Vincennes Rivet; Ashley Johnson, New Washington; Amber Jones, Indianapolis Ben Davis; Anastacia Kirby, Kokomo; Kellie Kirkhoff, Roncalli; Jenna Knepp, Barr-Reeve; Kendra Lambert, North Harrison; Janisha Lindsey, Evansville Bosse; Mikala Lomax, Columbus East; Darby Maggard, Fort Wayne Canterbury; Tanner Marcum, New Albany; Larren McBryar, Mooresville; Nicki Monahan, Portage; Tiara Murphy, South Bend Washington; Toni Murphy, Michigan City; Cailin Nix, Martinsville; Rebecca Nunge, Castle; Taylor Parmley, Mishawaka; Lizzy Pedigo, Franklin Central; Kaitlyn Phillips, Whiteland; Blayr Poston, Hanover Central; Kelsie Ratliff, Greenwood; Haley Richardson, West Noble; Rachel Rinehart, Angola; Zuriel Sanders, Castle; Sophia Sears, Paoli; Courtney Smith, Fort Wayne Concordia; Kristen Spolyar, Lebanon; Jenna Sullivan, Frontier; Mackenzie Taylor, Richmond; Darien Thompson, Anderson; Abbey Titzer, Franklin; TAYLOR TURCHI, NORTH VERMILLION; Jennifer Walker-Crawford, Warsaw; Katie Wampler, Scottsburg; Shai Warfield-Cross, Bloomington North; Destiny Washington, Lawrence North; Lauren Weidman, Center Grove; Regan Wentland, Center Grove; Taylor Wilson, Norwell; Emilie Ziese, Rensselaer Central.

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COLLEGE BASEBALL

At Olney

Danville Area Community College 3, Olney Community College 1


DACC    000    210    000    —      3      8      0

Olney    000    100    000    —     1     6     2

WP — Cam Clark LP — Becker. 2B — D: Austin Hayes, Evan Block. RBIs — D: Hayes, Tyler Minogue.

Records — DACC 13-1 overall, Olney 20-8.

 

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