Published: Friday, September 7, 2007
VOLLEYBALL Thursday's matches
Hubbard 25-25-25, Brookfield 8-12-14
BROOKFIELD Brittany Lange made 12 kills and a block for the Eagles (3-0, 3-0 Trumbull Athletic Conference). Katuria Carter made nine kills, 12 points and four blocks while Taylor Gasser made five digs. For the Warriors, Morgan Bonekovic made four blocks, 17 digs, 17 kills and three points. Breanna Jones made 14 digs and scored two points while Brittany Hines made 28 assists and five digs.
Lakeview 25-25-25, LaBrae 6-12-13
CORTLAND Emily Malmisur led the Bulldgos (6-0, 6-0 TAC) with 13 kills and two blocks. Alexis Sigley had 12 digs and socred 10 points. Joanna Novotny had 12 points, four aces and six kills. Lauren Crays led the Vikings (2-3 1-2) with five assists, three kills and three aces. JVs: Lakeeview 25-16, 25-13. The Bulldogs travel to Hubbard on Monday for a crucial TAC match at 6:30 p.m.
GIRARD Senior setter/middle hitter Aysha Nickels had seven service points, three aces, 12 kills, six blocks, 18 assists and three digs. Senior outside hitter Cassie Guerrieri had five service points, one ace, 13 kills, two blocks and nine digs for Girard (3-2, 2-1 TAC). Darby O'Donnell had six service points, one ace, 11 kills and 14 digs. Jessie Szakacs had five service points, two aces, four kills, two blocks, 23 assists and nine digs for Liberty (3-2, 1-2).
JVs: Girard, 25-20, 25-15.
Warren JFK 25-25-25,
Warren Harding 16-14-13
WARREN For the Raiders (0-6, 0-2 Steel Valley Conference), Autumn Hall scored 10 points with two aces and made four blocks and fie digs. Jocelyn Richardson made 10 digs, six assists and two points. Shannon Russell scored five points with three aces and and three blocks while Keshia Slater made 16 assists.
Poland 25-25-25, Campbell 5-7-7
CAMPBELL Sophomore right-side hitter Lauren Tadla had seven kills and two blocks; senior setter/hitter Jill Wollet had 28 points, 15 aces and 15 assists and junior defensive specialist Kristen Clark had nine points and four aces for the Bulldogs (3-1). JVs: Poland 25-13, 25-5.
Canfield 25-25-25, Struthers 9-7-17
STRUTHERS Katie Luklan made seven kills, Kelsey Owen scored 13 points with three aces and made five kills, and Courtney Rothbaur scored 13 points with four aces for Canfield (2-4). Struthers (0-6) was led by Lauren Perry with five points, four kills and six digs. Taylor Benton scored five points and made four hits and three digs.
Salem 25-25-25, Howland 20-20-13
HOWLAND Amy Scullion led the Quakers (5-0, 4-0 Metro Athletic Conference) with 11 kills, two aces and two kills. Katie Scullion had 10 kills and three blocks. Sarah Brobeck had four aces, five kills and two blocks. Taylor Summerfield led the Tigers (3-2, 3-1) with three points and an ace, six kills, 13 assists, three blocks and three digs and five save. D.J. Hromyak had six points, an ace. seven kills six digs and a save. Katlyn Flick had three points, an ace, four kills, one assists and three digs. JVs: Salem, 27-25, 25-23.
South Range 19-14-13
NORTH LIMA Whitney Yaeger had seven points, two aces, 10 kills and three blocks. Ashley Davis had nine points and eight kills, Kallie Rogers had two points and 25 assists. Andria Lyoas had 10 points, one ace and 19 digs for Springfield (3-3, 3-1 ITCL Tier One). Ashley Vaughn had one ace, four digs, three kills and four blocks. Megan Beachley had three digs, three kills and one blocks. Toni Deffert had 12 assists and eight digs. Jen Felt had two aces, 14 assists, 10 digs, three kills and two blocks for South Range (3-3, 1-3).
Mineral Ridge 23-18-21
MINERAL RIDGE Danielle Lanzendorfer scored 12 points for the Golden Eagles (3-2). Hillary Hoppel had seven aces and Caitlin Higgins 11 kills. Heather Reinhart pacede the Rams (0-5) with 10 points and six kills. Alayna Spackman had four blocks and two aces and Jenna Spackman had 10 assists.
LOWELLVILLE Alyssa Chine scored 17 points with eight aces, nine kills and 14 attacks for the unbeaten Bluejays (4-0, 4-0 ITCL Tier Two). Amanda Miller had eight kills and 10 attacks, while Caitlin Keck scored 14 points with three aces.
Rachel Barone and Cori Pavlicko each scored seven points for the Rockets. JVs: Jackson-Milton 25-14, 25-22.
Western Reserve 25-31-25,
BERLIN CENTER Brittany Boyer scored 15 points, with an ace and six kills for the Blue Devils (3-2, 2-1 ITCL Tier Two). Megan Renshaw had 13 points, two kills and 10 assists. Vicki Brown had eight kills and three blocks. Tosha Cunningham led the Indians (0-5) with two aces and 10 kills. Herlinda Talbott had nine points, five aces and two kills. JVs: Western Reserve 18-25, 25-19, 25-10.
LEETONIA Wellsville was led by Jamie Olmstead's 38 assists and Lindey Koontz's 16 kills. Marie Keller added 11 kills and Sarah Drysdale had nine. Leetonia (2-5) was led by Sarah Weikart with 10 digs and 10 points, Sam Glasser with 18 assists and Kayla Kozar with 10 points. JVs: Wellsville, 25-17, 25-18.
West Branch 11-10-17
BELOIT Michelle Sosnick led the Warriors (1-6, 0-4 Northeast Buckeye Conference) with five points, 11 kills, nine digs and 12 passes. Hanna Wutrick had five points, five assists and two passes. Amanda Jaeb led Louisville with 25 assists, while Audra Batdorff had six kills and four assists.
JVs: Louisville, 26-16, 21-25, 25-12.
Newton Falls 25-25-24-6-10
NEWTON FALLS It took five games for the Warriors to prevail as Morgan Bonekovic scored four points and she had two aces, 34 kills, six blocks and 29 digs. Hillary Christy 26 points 23 digs six kills and two blocks. Breanna Jones had 16 digs two aces and eight points.