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North Decatur Varsity Volleyball Scores

first_imgNorth Decatur Volleyball Update from Coach Mark Burry.North Decatur Varsity VB Season ScoresWe play Southwestern (Hanover) Thursday night at 6 PM. We have not played them this year, so I am a little concerned about the girls taking them lightly or even being overly nervous due to the pressure to repeat last year’s championship.With that being said, I am excited about the way the Lady Chargers are playing right now. We are blocking well and forcing even the best teams, like Lawrenceburg, to hit around the block. As our defense and serve receive improve, we are in system more often. Thus, we are improving offensively as well. Kaitlin Herbert and Sarah Bohman are hitting the ball harder with more accuracy than they were earlier in the season. Samantha Krieger, Olivia Siefert, Anna Schwering, and Chelsi Schubert have all improved their blocking and hitting accuracy so that our team stats in blocks and kills have increased.This is all a direct result of our defensive improvement. Mary Hughes is the key to the team. She has grown into the libero role and is taking charge of defensive coverage, free balls, and serve receive. Switching Mary to libero from being the starting setter on last year’s sectional championship team may have seemed risky, but having her on the court all the time has been the difference in our growth this year. Baili Ewing and Kaitlin Herbert are also keys to our defensive improvement. Another key has been the growth in the defensive play of our setters, Laura Haunert and Kiley Stier. Samantha Krieger’s secondary setting in those situations has also improved greatly.The sectional team is rounded out by Allie Louder and Morgan McKinney, who have come in the front row rotation to hit and block well. Morgan Nobbe and Meredith Fogle also have contributed to our back row rotations as well as serving as our back up setters.All of the Lady Chargers have been serving well with a team serve percentage of nearly 94%. Anna Schwering and Mary Hughes have been leading in points won while Mary and Kaitlin Herbert are leading in Aces.The winner of the North Decatur vs. Southwestern (Hanover) match plays the winner of the other Thursday night match of South Ripley vs. Switzerland County. That semi-final match will be on Saturday morning at 11 AM.Courtesy of Chargers Coach Mark Burry.last_img read more

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Several Lindeners fined, licence suspended for DUI

first_imgSeveral drivers appeared before Magistrate Clive Nurse at the Linden Magistrate’s Court on Tuesday and were fined for driving under the influence of alcohol (DUI), while another had his licence suspended.Floyd Wilson, 49, of Lot 20 Gardina Street, Mackenzie had his licence suspended for 12 months in addition to being fined $10,000 or face an alternative sentence of a week in prison, since it was the second time he has been convicted for the offence.The court heard that on June 1, 2018, while on the Washer Pond Road, Mackenzie, he drove motor car PSS 9186 while being over the prescribed limit of alcohol consumption.A breathalyser test administered by ranks showed that he had 39 micrograms of alcohol in his system at the time. He pleaded guilty to the charge. Meanwhile, Anthony Stephens, 34, of 215 Blueberry Hill, Wismar, Linden, was also charged for drunk driving.The court heard that on June 24, 2018, he drove motor car PMM 4353 along the Washer Pond Road, Wismar, while under the influence of alcohol.Stephens pleaded not guilty to the charge and was represented by Attorney Yondessa Welcome who made an application for reasonable bail to be granted.The attorney noted that her client is a teacher and father of four with just one prior offence. He was granted $5000 bail and is set to return to court on July 11 for the commencement of his trial.Additionally, Leon Mosely, 37, of 86 Wisroc Housing Scheme, Wismar was fined $7500 for similar offence. The court heard that on June 24, 2018, he drove motor car PPP 885 along the Washer Pond Road, Mackenzie while having 62 micrograms of alcohol in his system.He pleaded guilty to the charge. Failure to pay the fine will result in an alternative sentence of one week imprisonment.Finally, Sydney Henry, 38, of 27 Dangou Hill, Wismar, was fined $7500 or an alternative of one week imprisonment after pleading guilty to driving under the influence of alcohol.The court was told that on June 23, he drove motor car PRR 4854 along the Washer Pond Road while having 67 micrograms of alcohol in his system.Police in E Division (Linden-Kwakwani) continue to crack down on persons driving under the influence of alcohol.Drivers are being reminded that the legal limit of alcohol when driving is 35 micrograms. Drivers in default on the first occasion will face a fine of $7500, while on the second occasion their driver’s licence will be suspended for one year and on the third occasion their licence will be permanently suspended.last_img read more

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