Sabers blank Mountain View
The Susquehanna boys’ volleyball team handed Mountain View a 3-0 loss at home on Tuesday evening.
The Sabers handed Mountain View a 27-25 loss in the first set and finished off the Eagles with a pair of wins 25-14 and 25-20 in the next two sets.
Steven Frye had 10 kills, eight blocks, 11 digs and five aces and Michael Frye had 24 assists, five blocks and four kills to lead the Sabers.
Doug Bishop had eight kills for the winners and Luke Falletta had six kills, three blocks and nine digs.
Chad Schmidt had nine kills for Mountain View, Austin Mack had 19 assists and Lucas Larue had four kills.
The Forest City boys’ volleyball team grabbed a 3-1 win over Susquehanna at home on Thursday night after it defeated Blue Ridge on the road on Tuesday evening.
Against Susquehanna, the Foresters won the first set 25-23 before falling 25-14 in the second set to see the match tied up at 1-1.
However, Forest City took a 30-28 win in the third and a 25-23 win in the fourth to cap the victory.
Wayde Loomis had a block, nine kills, two digs, three aces and 25 points and Mike Farrell had six blocks, five kills, a dig, an ace and 16 points to lead Forest City.
Logan McHale added a block, three kills, a dig, 15 assists and 19 points, Jon-Paul Hernandez had two blocks, three kills, two assists, two aces and 14 points and Ryan Long had two kills, 12 assists, a dig and eight points.
On Tuesday, the Foresters dealt the Raiders a 25-12 loss in the first set and won the next two sets 25-20 and 25-14 to complete the win.
Mike Farrell had 21 points and six kills and Logan McHale had 11 points and five kills to lead Forest City.
Jon-Paul Hernandez had 13 points, three aces and seven assists for the Foresters.
The Mountain View boys’ volleyball team took a 3-0 victory over Blue Ridge at home on Thursday evening.
The Eagles defeated Blue Ridge 25-11, 25-19 and 25-18 to cap the victory.
Chad Schmidt had 11 kills and Austin Mack had 22 assists to lead the Eagles.
Jake Heller had three blocks for the winners and Brandon Owens had four aces.
Joshua DeJesse had two aces for Blue Ridge. Austin French had eight assists and Ian Robinson and Kyle Rivenburg each had three kills.
The Elk Lake boys’ volleyball team was handed a 3-0 loss at Lackawanna Trail on Thursday night after a 3-1 loss from Abington Heights at home on Tuesday evening.
Against Trail, the Lions posted a 25-8 win in the first set, and finished off the night with two more consecutive wins, 25-16 and 25-22, to defeat the Warriors.
Jared Berg had nine kills, three blocks and an ace for Elk Lake hwile Dan Noldy had five kills and three blocks and Cody Franssen had 15 assists.
On Tuesday, the Warriors fell behind early as Abington handed them 25-12 and 25-15 losses in the first two sets.
Elk Lake then came back with a 25-23 win in the third set, but was finished off with a 25-19 loss in the fourth.
Jared Berg had 15 kills and four blocks for Elk Lake, Dan Noldy had nine kills and 11 digs, Cody Franssen had 22 assists and Adam Curry had four kills and two aces.