Crestview wins 15th vs. Alliance
COLUMBIANA — Crestview rolled over Alliance, 25-10, 25-14, 25-18, Saturday.
The Rebels, ranked seventh in the latest Division III state poll, improve to 15-0.
Leaders for the Rebels were Lucy Montgomery with 11 kills, 12 assists, two blocks, eight aces and eight digs; Grace Auer 110 kills, nine assists and nine digs; Abbey Emch four kills, four blocks and two aces; Ashley Rambo seven kills and one blck; and Lainey Mercure eight digs.
Crestview also won the junior varsity match, 25-12, 25-11, to move to 15-0 on the season. Katie Lissi had five kills and Madalyn Black five aces for the Rebels.
Wellsville 3, Southern 0
WELLSVILLE — Wellsville opened up a two-game lead in the Eastern Ohio Athletic Conference by dowing the Indians, 25-6, 25-13, 25-20, Saturday.
The Tigers, ranked 13th in the latest Division IV state poll, improve to 12-0 overall and 9-0 in EOAC play. The Indians are 9-3 and 7-2 EOAC.
Wellsville was led by Presley Stokes had 19 kills and two blocks; Alana Amato 13 kills and three blocks; Sam Drysdale four blocks and one kill; Emily McNicol 20 assist, one block and one kill; Paige Green 13 assists; and Aubri Ramsey 14 digs and two aces.
For the Indians, Ashley Shroades had 25 attacks and eight kills, Audeiana Gilliam 24 attack and four kills, Rylee Mellott 40 sets and 12 assists and Aleah Bach four kills.
Wellsville also won the junior varsity match, 25-6, 25-11. Olivia Kerns had four kills for Southern.
Beaver Local 3, East Liverpool 1
CALCUTTA –It was more than a volleyball match between Beaver Local and East Liverpool on Saturday.
The Beavers prevailed 27-29, 25-14, 25-13, 25-12 in the Volley for a Cure match with proceeds going to support families in both communities.
“We played with a greater purpose,” Beaver Local senior Kodi Kinsey said. “We played with a lot of excitement and it was great to preform in front of the turnout we had coming to support for a good cause.”
Beaver Local improves to 11-1, while East Liverpool goes to 6-5.
“Tonight’s attack was a full team effort from our defense, to our setters and our hitters,” Beavers coach Sarah Lowe said. “What most people notice most about us or our hitters, but without our strings in the back row and our smart setters our team would not be who we are.”
Leaders for the Beavers were Brooke Talbot with 17 kills, four aces, nine assists, 14 digs and two blocks; Grace Hill 15 kills and three blocks; Elizabeth Kolkowski 12 kills and seven blocks; Kodi Kinsey 33 digs and two aces; Emma Joesph 31 assists and seven digs; Bailey Bowersock four kills, 18 digs and one block; and Leah Riccardo three kills, 11 digs and one block.
For the Potters, Jetta Fitch and Naudia Williams each had seven kills. Kyia White contributed six kills and five blocks and Sydney Cooper had 13 digs.
Beaver Local also won the junior varsity amtch, 25-23, 23-25, 25-22. For the Beavers, Shaylon Mackall had 10 assists and nine digs, Madison Lowe eight kills and Becca Buchheit four kills, four blocks and four digs. Kenzie Headley had 11 points, six kills and three blocks for the Potters.