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September 23, 2014 • Sports

Pictured above is the 2014 South Ripley Lady Raiders Golf Team.
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Pictured above is the Milan Lady Indians Soccer Team. This is the first year for Lady Indians soccer.
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Lady Indians and Southwestern Lady Rebels
Volleyball teams honor cancer victims and survivors

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Milan vs. Southwestern Hanover
The September 16, volleyball action between hosting Milan Lady Indians and visiting Southwestern Lady Rebels became the vehicle used for “Cancer Awareness Night.” These two teams honored and recognized family members, friends and acquaintances who have been touched by cancer. The MHS lobby was set up for the sale of cancer awareness T-shirts, silent auction, etc. for the MHS volleyball team effort to raise funds to help with cancer research, etc.
The two varsity teams wore pink and black T-shirts for their game rather than their usual jerseys and a pink and white ball was used for the games. When introduced, each Lady Indian team member honored a family member or friend who had suffered from cancer.
Pictured left in no particular order are the 2014 Milan Lady Indians and Southwestern Hanover Lady Rebels varsity volleyball team rosters for the MHS hosted “Honor and Memory” game included: Lady Indians — Sydney Ross (1), Emily Fuller (2), Lindsey Prozanski (3), Shelby Wullenweber (4), Grace Herzog (5), Courtney Cann (6), Abigail Yelton (7), Karlie Prozansli (8), Alex Dixon (9), Kelsey Holbert (10), Kristina Marksberry (11) and Morgan Widener (20); SwH Lady Rebels — Angela Reece (0), Meagan Ralston (1), Kaylan Anderson (3), Jordy McNally (4), Brittney Ralston (5), Skyla Judkins (6), Kelsi Brierly (7), Mariah Franklin (8), Stephanie Eaglin (9), Zaynah Watson (10), Prezley Hartman (11) and Madison Coles (12).

The freshman game action resulted in a Lady Indian’s match victory by back to back game winning scores at 25-8. The Lady Indians JV action found the same results, as Milan won back to back games by scores of 25-17 and 25-11 to claim the match victory. The Lady Indians varsity squad, however, found that not to be the case for them. Game scores for the varsity were Milan 18-25 SwH, Milan 23-25 SwH and Milan 19-25 SwH, giving the match to the SwH Lady Rebels in back to back-to-back varsity losses. The Lady Indians fought to get back into contention in game two, knotting the game at 19, 22 and 23 but could not break the ice with a victory.

Lady Indians fall to Wildcats

In Milan Lady Indians three-match volleyball battle action on September 10 against the visiting Franklin County Lady Wildcats, the Milan freshmen, coached by Jennifer Wullenweber, captured the opener with back-to-back victories of 25-18 and 25-19. Coach Joanne Siebert’s Milan Lady Indian JV team battled hard, taking their match to a third game rubber match, where MHS fell short at 14-15 in the third set with FC claiming the JV match victory. The tribe’s varsity hit the floor on fire claiming their opener. The first game would be the only win for the Lady Indians varsity unit. As if the light came on for the Franklin County Lady Wildcats, they shifted into victory mode capturing the match in four by three games to one. As quickly as the Lady Indians slid through the Lady Wildcats in the opening game of their match, the Lady Wildcats assumed a reverse role for the final three games shutting Milan down and claiming the match victory.

Milan Lady Indians capture win
In the Milan Lady Indians and Jac-Cen-Del Lady Eagles volleyball battle on September 4, the Lady Eagle JV were match winners, two games to one by scores of: JCD 24-25 Milan, JCD 25-11 Milan and JCD 15-14 Milan. Milan claimed the varsity match in four games: Milan 25-10 JCD, Milan 26-28 JCD, Milan 25-15 JCD and Milan 25-12 JCD.

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• Milan Lady Indians form first girls soccer team (page 5)
• HS Pre-ORVC XC Meet results posted (page 6)
• Jac-Cen-Del, Milan and South Ripley fall sports schedules (page 6)

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