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January 28, 2013

Youth Sports Updates

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The Avon South wrestling team recently lost to Zionsville West Middle School, 64-44. Winning by forfeit were James Boetzold, Drew Williamson, and Nick Rapp. Caleb Alvarez won by decision. Winning by fall were Spencer Strobel, Nick Price, Jacob Clark, and Kameron Caudle.

The Avon South wrestling team recently competed in two tough matches, defeating Zionsville Middle School, 49-42, and losing to Brownsburg East 78-49. Winning against Zionsville were James Betzold, Wil Shriner, Noah Driskell, Aaron Conde, Jacob Clark, Spencer Strobel, Nick Price, Kameron Caudle, Drew Williamson, and Nick Rapp. Winning against Brownsburg East were Wil Shriner, Noah Driskell, Aaron Conde, Jacob Clark, Spencer Strobel, Andrew Frank, and Drew Williamson.

 

Plainfield Middle School

 

Seventh-grade boys’ basketball

The seventh-grade boys recently lost 52-37 to Decatur Central.

The seventh-grade boys’ basketball team won the first round of the county tournament by beating Cascade 41-11.

The seventh-grade boys were recently defeated by Tri West 62-45 to end their season.

 

Eighth-grade boys’ basketball

The Plainfield eighth-grade boys’ basketball team recently traveled to Decatur Central and won 41-32. Leading the way for the Quakers was Daylan Nanny with 13 points and five steals, Nate Mills with 11 points and three blocks, Dawson Messer with seven points and six steals, and Hunter First contributing five points.

The eighth-grade Quaker boys’ team recently won its first round game in the Hendricks County Tournament by beating Cascade, 61-28. Leading the way for the Quakers was Nate Mills with 15 points, seven rebounds, three assists, and three blocks. Hunter First added six points and five rebounds. Tyler West added six points and three rebounds. Luke Gulley added five points and two steals. Jarrett Hufferd added five points, two rebounds, and two steals. Gavin Ritter had four points, three steals, and two assists. Daylan Nanny and Conner Brens each scored four points.

The eighth-grade Quaker boys’ team recently lost to Tri-West in the semifinals of the Hendricks County Tournament 46-27. Leading the Quakers was Daylan Nanny with eight points, Nate Mills with six points, Hunter First with five points, and Gavin Ritter adding five steals.

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