Quakers open season with a split
CUYAHOGA FALLS – Salem split a tri match against Cuyahoga Falls and Canfield Saturday at Cuyahoga Falls.
The Quakers fell to Cuyahoga falls 25-16, 21-25, 22-25.
Mackenzie McKee had six kills, three aces and four digs, Taylor Holenchick had five kills and two aces and Kelly Barley had 20 assists.
Salem won against Canfield 22-25, 25-23, 25-22.
Tori Jones had six kills and three blocks, Maria Shivers had eight kills, five blocks, and one ace, Alyssa Pallo had six digs and one ace and Kelly Barley had 35 assists and four aces.
Salem will host United Wednesday.
Lisbon 3, Columbiana 0
COLUMBIANA – Columbiana defeated Lisbon 25-9, 25-15, 26-24 Saturday.
For Columbiana, Shayla Ray had 13 kills, seven points, seven digs and two aces, Brynn Pennell had six digs, six assists and 12 points, Hannah Hum had 21 digs and 10 points and Haley Tohm had 14 blocks and three kills.
For Lisbon, Emily Steves had 12 digs, Tiffany Ketchum had 14 digs and three kills and Kimmi Wiggers had 11 digs and four kills.
In jayvee action, Columbiana won 19-25, 25-17, 25-19. For Columbiana, Alexis Cross had 11 points and five aces and Maddie Stryffeler had seven kills and for Lisbon, Kimmi Wiggers had 18 kills and 11 digs.
Columbiana will face Youngstown Christian Tuesday and Lisbon will be at United Thursday.
Western Reserve 3 United 1
HANOVERTON-Western Reserve beat United 25-22, 26-24, 24-26, 25-10 Saturday in the season opener for both squads.
Claudia Rockhold led the Eagles with two aces, nine kills and two blocks, while Shelby Mix had three aces, seven kills and three blocks and Shanna Miller had 16 assists.
For Western Reserve, Rachel Maslach had three aces and 14 kills and Aleah Hughes had 13 kills.
United is at Alliance Tuesday.
COLUMBIANA-The South Range volleyball team won two matches in a tri-match with Heartland and Lordstown Saturday.
The Raiders (2-0) swept Lordstown in their first match behind 10 points, six aces and 11 digs from Jordan Youngs.
South Range then rallied to beat Heartland in five sets. Lexi DeSantis had 20 kills for the Raiders, while Kristen Osborn had 27 digs for the Lions (1-1).
Heartland beat Lordstown 25-16, 25-19, 25-15 to start the afternoon. Bonnie Flynn had eight kills and 17 digs for the Lions.
Both teams return to action Tuesday as South Range hosts Western Reserve, while Heartland takes on Crestview.