Lady Raiders blank Elk Lake twice
The Lady Raiders swept Elk Lake in three sets at home Tuesday and then away Friday, but lost 3-1 to Abington at home Thursday.
Blue Ridge defeated Elk Lake in straight sets 25-15, 25-16 and 25-13 in the second match of the week. Chloe Randall had nine kills and digs and one ace to lead the Lady Raiders, who improved to 7-4 on the season.
Also for Blue Ridge, Kristine Carlsen had five kills, 14 digs, two aces and 13 service points, while Bethany Krug had five aces and 11 service points.
The Lady Raiders came out motivated against Abington and took the first set 25-22, but the Comets responded with three-straight wins at 25-22, 25-8 and 25-17 to take the match.
In their first meet up, Blue Ridge defeated Elk Lake 25-23, 25-14 and 28-26. Megan Houlihan had three kills and Kristine Carlsen had five kills, 20 digs, 10 points and one ace to lead the Lady Raiders.
Also for Blue Ridge, Kimberly Klim had three kills, three aces and seven points while Mary Mangel had two kills, four points and one ace.
The Lady Meteors swept Mountain View on Tuesday but were defeated by Lackawanna Trail 3-1 in a road loss Wednesday.
Against Mt. View, Montrose handedly won the first set 25-13 and the last two sets 25-16.
Lacy Nealy had 12 assists, seven aces and a kill, while Leanna Thompson had seven kills, two digs and three aces and Kirsten Dibble had six kills, three digs and three aces to lead the Lady Meteors.
Montrose lost the first two sets to Trail, 18-25 and 14-25, before winning 25-22, but lost the final 25-27.
Briana Thompson had 11 kills and Lacy Nealy contributed 12 assists and four aces for Montrose, who is 3-7 on the season.
The Lady Warriors suffered three sweeps to Blue Ridge on Tuesday, Susquehanna on Thursday and again to Blue Ridge Friday to drop to 0-11 on the season.
Blue Ridge defeated Elk Lake 25-23, 25-14 and 28-26 in its first match and 25-15, 25-16 and 25-13 in its second. Susquehanna won handedly, 25-12, 25-13 and 25-14 over the Lady Warriors, who fell to 0-11 with the losses.
Kelsey Caines had seven kills and one ace for Elk Lake Friday, and also had six kills and five aces to go along with Mikayla Parrett’s four kills, two blocks and two aces for Elk Lake against the Lady Raiders. Caines also provided six kills, three blocks and one ace against the Lady Sabers.
The Lady Foresters won a close 3-2 match against Mt. View at home Thursday for their second win of the season.
Forest City took the first set 26-24 but would lose the next two, 25-15 and 25-19. With the match on the line, the Lady Foresters won the next set 25-15 and then the tiebreak at 15-13.
Samantha Kuriger had five aces, 12 digs, three blocks, 10 kills and one assist and Rachel Delucy had two aces and 12 digs to lead Forest City.
Emily Statkun also chipped in one ace, 12 digs, one block, three kills and four assists and Francesca Stratford had three aces and eight digs for the Lady Foresters.
The Mt. View girls’ volleyball team were swept by Montrose, 3-0, at home Tuesday and lost in a close 3-2 match on Thursday.
Against Montrose, the Lady Meteors handedly won the first set 25-13 and the last two sets 25-16.
Mikayla Phillips had two aces, four kills and five digs, Christine Zeck had 16 kills, a block and two digs and Sam Krisa had nine assists, one kill and six digs for Mountain View, who fell to 3-7 overall.
Forest City took the first set 26-24 but would lose the next two, 25-15 and 25-19. The Lady Eagles could not hold their lead however and the Lady Foresters won the next set 25-15 and then the tiebreak at 15-13.
The Lady Sabers made easy work of the Lady Warriors in their sweep at Elk Lake Thursday.
Susquehanna won 25-12, 25-13 and 25-14 to improve to 6-4 on the season.
Nicole Barnes had 18 service points, 15 assists and five kills to lead the Lady Sabers, while Sarah Serfilippi added 12 service points, including three aces and six kills for the Susquehanna.