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Wildcats, Lacy Nagy meet expectations at district
Written by Mark Griffin   
Saturday, 25 October 2008 19:08
Woodmore sophomore Lacy Nagy knew it was important for her to finish as high as she could last Saturday at the Division III district cross country meet at Terra Community College in Fremont.

"I knew it would be kind of tight with our team because we were going in there as the No. 1 seed," Nagy said. "We knew everyone was gunning for us and I wanted to give us that extra edge. I know Bailey (sophomore teammate Bailey Ulinski) usually comes with me at the top. The first 800 meters, I was out in front. I felt pretty good. I had kind of a cold all week, but I felt pretty good."
 
Defense was key for Clay girls’ soccer this season
Written by Mark Griffin   
Saturday, 25 October 2008 19:07
Forgive the Clay girls soccer team if you heard it chanting "de-fense, de-fense" on the field this season.

Coach Scott Wamer's squad, led by keeper Hallie Thompson, finished 2008 with a school-record 11 shutouts and allowed just 13 goals in 19 matches.

"Defense was a huge key to the success we had this season," Wamer said.
 
Comets, Eagles in playoffs, but what about Rangers?
Written by J. Patrick Eaken   
Saturday, 25 October 2008 19:06
The Genoa Comets and Eastwood Eagles were in good position to be playoff-bound heading into last Friday night’s games, but it didn’t look good for Northwood.

“Given the great difference in the fourth and fifth place, it seems as though — win or lose, we will be hosting a home play-off game,” Genoa athletic director Rick Briggle e-mailed The Press heading into Genoa’s Friday night contest hosting Otsego.
 
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