Wednesday, September 29, 1999
edge out Panthers in three matches
The McIntosh Chiefs met a crosstown rival last Thursday when the Chiefs met the Starr's Mill Panthers at a meet last Thursday. A decent rivalry has grown since Starr's Mill came into existence and former or would be McIntosh students attended the new school. The other opponent in the tri-meet was Paideia.
McIntosh took the first match, 15-9. Kathryn Murphy led all scorers with seven points, four of which came off of aces. Heather Dockstader notched four points and Vanessa Contreras and Kisti Oates each chipped in two. The second match went to the Starr's Mill Panthers, 15-13. For the Chiefs, Vanessa Contreras and Heather Dockstader kept the team close. Contreras scored four points and recorded two kills, while Dockstader scored two points and recorded four kills. In the end, it was not enough and the Panthers pulled away.
In the third and deciding match, McIntosh won by a score of 15-8. Stacey Quinn led the Chiefs in scoring with four points, while Heather Dockstader continued to record a good number of kills with four.
Paideia lost both of their matches to the Chiefs very quickly. The first match ended with th score 15-1. Katie Powers led all scorers with seven points, while Kathryn Murphy recorded three aces. In the second match, Whitney Wallis scored five points to lead the Chiefs to a 15-4 victory. McIntosh faced LaGrange and mays in a tri-meet at home yesterday on Senior Night. They will face some stiff competition on Thursday, when they meet Westminster, Landmark Christian, and Woodward Academy. Both matches are scheduled to start at 5 p.m.