Sabers get past Elk Lake


The Susquehanna girls’ volleyball team took a 3-1 win over Elk Lake’s Lady Warriors at home on Tuesday.

The Sabers won the first two sets, 25-14 and 25-19, before Elk Lake came back with a 25-16 win in the third to bring the score to 2-1. However, Susquehanna closed out with a 25-16 win in the fourth set to take the victory.

Britney Glover had six points, 11 assists, four kills and 10 digs and Amber Dubanowitz had five kills, six points, four digs and four blocks to lead the Sabers.

Alexis Roe added six kills, eight points and five digs while Emily Carmody had 20 digs.

Carley Bennett had nine kills and six aces for Elk Lake, Mikayla Boner had six kills and Katie VanEtten had 21 assists, two kills and two aces.

Elk Lake

The Elk Lake girls’ volleyball team picked up a 3-1 win over Forest City at home on Thursday evening.

The Warriors topped Forest City 25-10, 22-25, 25-14 and 25-13 to take a four set victory.

Carley Bennett had six kills and nine aces, Lacey Cook had five kills and six aces, Katie VanEtten added 19 assists and Cassie Clark had six aces and eight digs to lead Elk Lake.

Stephanie Ramos had five service points, two kills, seven digs and one ace for Forest City. Kayla Cangialosi added 10 service points, eight digs and seven assists and Samantha Kuriger had six service points, seven kills and five digs.

Mountain View

Mountain View’s girls’ volleyball team grabbed a 3-2 victory over Susquehanna on Thursday after the team took a 3-1 victory over Blue Ridge at home on Tuesday.

Against Susquehanna, the Eagles defeated the Sabers 24-26, 25-23, 21-25, 25-18 and 15-4.

Kerri Jarnagin had nine kills, seven digs and three aces, Ashley Mesach had 10 kills and Taylor Nally added 23 assists and four digs to lead the Eagles. Michala Zeck had six aces.

Trisha Pauwinski had eight kills and eight service points for Susquehanna while Danielle Barnes added seven kills, 10 service points and eight digs.

On Tuesday, the Eagles lost the first set, 20-25, before coming back to win three straight sets 25-9, 25-17 and 25-7.

Jarnagin had nine kills and seven aces and Mesach had seven kills to lead the Eagles.

Nally had 21 assists and five aces and Zeck also had five aces for the Lady Eagles.

Jax Wolfe had four kills, eight digs and one block for Blue Ridge, while Bethany Krug had three kills, one ace, three blocks and six digs and Katherine Kempa had 11 assists and one ace.


The Montrose girls’ volleyball team faced a 3-9 loss at home to Abington Heights on Thursday after it took a 3-0 shutout over Forest City on Forester territory on Tuesday night.

Against Abington, the Meteors were taken down 25-20, 25-19 and 25-12.

Miranda Dunne had seven assists and three digs, Kirsten Dible added two kills and eight digs, and MaryBeth Henry had six digs and four aces.

On Tuesday, the Meteors won the first set 26-24 and took the last two sets 25-22 and 25-15 to seal the victory.

Lacy Neely had four kills, three digs, three aces and five assists and Miranda Dunne had 14 assists, three aces and three digs to lead Montrose.

Kirsten Dibble added 10 kills and two digs for the Lady Meteors.

Stephanie Ramos led Forest City with 10 points, two aces, 10 digs, two kills and two assists, Samantha Kuriger had 15 digs, three blocks, 15 kills and two assists and Zoe Zazzera had nine points, 15 digs, three kills and six assists.

Blue Ridge

The Blue Ridge girls’ volleyball team was handed a 3-0 loss from Lackawanna Trail at home on Thursday evening.

The Lions defeated the Raiders in three consecutive sets, 25-13, 25-16 and 25-10.

Katherine Kempa had three assists, four digs, two aces, one block and one kill for the Raiders. Samantha Frailey added two kills and two digs.