APPLETON – Ashley Rossmeissl was running alone one night on a trail on Appleton’s north side when the inspiration finally hit her. “I really kind of got the idea to just want to find new running friends when I was out running one night. The sun was setting. It was gorgeous,” she recalled. “It does wonders for your stress level and I was thinking, ‘Why doesn’t everyone do this?’ ”It was at that moment when Rossmeissl made the leap and decided to form an Appleton chapter of Moms Run This Town.
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Addie Barnes led Neenah with 14 kills and had nine digs, while Tommy Albers added 32 assists and Kayla Kraus had 24 digs. Sidney Hegg added seven kills, Elizabeth Groshek had five kills and Leah Schlafman had five kills for Neenah. “We really played with a lot of heart against a scrappy Hortonville team,” Neenah coach Emily Bennett said. “They really forced us to find open spots on the court.”McKenna Krause had 10 digs for Hortonville.
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