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C-I Hailey Christenson sets the ball to a teammate during the Jackets’ home finale match against Becker. The Jackets would go on to beat the Bulldogs 3-1.


Girls tennis

The girls tennis squad had their section individuals at Daytona Country Club on Tuesday, Oct 8. Chloe Hajek beat North Branch’s Chloe Moline 6-1, 6-4, but lost in the second round in three sets. Ashley Ladd lost in the first round in straight sets. The doubles team of Maddie Pynes and Mckenzie Rafftery won in the first round in straight sets, but lost in the second round in straight sets. The doubles team of Sarah Baker and Maddie Lawrence lost in three sets in the first round to a team from Chisago Lakes.


The football squad would take on Buffalo at home on Friday, Oct 11. They were looking to improve on their record after losing their last few games. The Jackets were only down 2 points at the half against a strong Buffalo team. The Jackets ended up losing by 26 with the lead slipping out of reach in the second half. The final score was 22-48 with Buffalo on top. Connor Braaten had 118 yards with eight out of 19 completions; Gaven Ziebarth had 121 yards and two touchdowns.


The volleyball girls started off their week with a game against Princeton on Tuesday, Oct 8. C-I lost to the Tigers 2-3 in a close contest. They extended their losing streak to four straight games.

On Wednesday, Oct 10, the girls faced off against Becker and tried to stop their losing streak. C-I had the motivation to win and dominated against Becker. The Jackets won handedly 3-1 and started a winning streak.

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