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High school roundup: Cavs continue to roll on court

– The No. 10 Canterbury girls tennis team got a convincing 4-1 road win over Homestead on Wednesday.

The Cavaliers (12-1) saw its three singles players improve their combined record to 44-4. Leah Barnes is 16-0 at No. 1 singles, Chelsea Himes 14-2 at No. 2 and Ava Vanhelfteren 14-2 at No. 3.


CANTERBURY 17, PRAIRIE HEIGHTS 10: The host Cavs overcame an early 9-1 deficit.

NORWELL 4, ADAMS CENTRAL 3: Nathan Allison was 3 for 4 for the Knights at Parkview Field.


HOMESTEAD 153, HUNTINGTON NORTH 163: Nick Kocks’ 36 helped the Spartans past the Vikings at Norwood.


HOMESTEAD 5, DEKALB 4: Sarah Galovich’s double in the top of the seventh lifted the visiting Spartans.

WAWASEE 4, WARSAW 2: Meghan Fretz gave up four hits for the visiting Warriors.


BISHOP DWENGER 5, NORTHROP 0: The Saints improved to 7-2 overall and 5-0 in the SAC with the home win.