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Monday, September 23, 2013
Roanoke Catholic def. Holy Cross
19-0, 0-13, 0-18, 0-19.
Sam Edge recorded 17 kills and seven digs as the Celtics (7-2, 2-0) defeated Holy Cross. Alexandra Arnold added 13 kills and six digs for Roanoke Catholic.
Auburn def. Christiansburg
25-7, 25-12, 25-15.
RINER - Brooke Bostwick had nine kills, six digs, four blocks and two aces to help the Eagles sweep the Blue Demons. Madison Shumaker logged a team-high 16 digs and added eight kills for Auburn (5-0).
Grayson County def. Glenvar
25-17, 25-14, 23-25, 25-15.
INDEPENDENCE - Camryn McGrady logged a team-high 19 kills and four blocks to help the Blue Devils defeat the Highlanders. Jenna Holdaway had seven kills and a pair of blocks, and Mary Meier had six kills for Grayson County (7-1). Haley Greene recorded eight kills, and Megan Ward had 15 digs and nine kills for Glenvar (7-2).
Radford def. Covington
25-22, 25-19, 25-17.
RADFORD - Leteashia Clarke recorded seven kills and four blocks as the Cougars (6-4) fell to the Bobcats. SaMone Moore added four kills and nine digs for Covington.
Carroll County def. Galax
25-14, 25-22, 25-13.
GALAX - Eustacia Smith recorded 16 kills and six digs as the Cavaliers (8-4) defeated the Maroon Tide (7-2). Cheyenna Strickland added six kills, nine assists and four digs for Carroll County. Morgan Neff had 10 kills and five digs for Galax.
Pioneer District meet
DALEVILLE - Parry McCluer's Christian Camden won the individual title, while James River added the team championship to its regular-season crown at Botetourt Golf and Swim Club.
Camden shot a 4-under-par 75 to win by four strokes over Trevor Statome and Hunter Thompson of James River.
The Knights claimed the next two individual spots and finished with a team score of 319. Parry McCluer was second at 332, followed by Bath County (386).
Carlisle 8, Miller School 0
CHARLOTTESVILLE - Referees called the game due to the slaughter rule with 10 minutes left as the Chiefs routed the Mavericks. Franklin Warren and Kizza Edwards each scored two goals for Carlisle.
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