Lady Meteors knock off Elk Lake

The Montrose volleyball team rallied for a 3-2 win on the road against Elk Lake Wednesday to improve to 5-12 on the season.

The Lady Meteors won the first set 25-23 before losing the next two, 25-8 and 25-10. Montrose would answer and won the final two sets, 25-9 and 15-10.

Lacy Nealy led the way with four aces and eight assists, Kirsten Dibble added four kills and nine digs and Megan Dunn chipped in four kills and five digs for the Meteors.

BLUE RIDGE
The Blue Ridge volleyball team lost 3-1 to Susquehanna at home Thursday after sweeping Mountain View 3-0 on the road Tuesday.

Blue Ridge lost the first two sets to Susquehanna 25-21 before winning the third set, 25-18. The Lady Sabers stormed back however to take the fourth set and the win 25-15.

Bethany Krug and Chloe Randall each had five kills and Katherine Kempa added 16 assists and seven digs for Blue Bridge, who are now 11-7 overall.
The Lady Raiders had little trouble against Mt. View however, winning the match in three sets 25-18, 25-9 and 25-13.

Samantha Fraley had six kills and Katherine Kempa had 11 assists and 14 points to lead Blue Ridge. Chloe Randall also had 14 points for the Lady Raiders.

Susquehanna’s Sarah Serfilippi skies for a spike against Lackawanna Trail on Monday night. The Lady Sabers swept the Lady Lions, 3-0. PHOTO COURTESY OF ALICE STUFFLE

Susquehanna’s Sarah Serfilippi skies for a spike against Lackawanna Trail on Monday night. The Lady Sabers swept the Lady Lions, 3-0. PHOTO COURTESY OF ALICE STUFFLE

SUSQUEHANNA
The Lady Sabers volleyball team won 3-1 at Blue Ridge Thursday after suffering a 3-0 shutout to Western Wayne at home Tuesday. Susquehanna is now 10-7 this season.

The Lady Sabers won the first two sets against Blue Ridge 25-21 before the Lady Red Raiders took the third set, 25-18. But Susquehanna closed out the match in the fourth set 25-15.

Sarah Serifilippi had eight kills, eight service points and four aces to lead Susquehanna. Nicole Barnes and Amber Dubanowitz each had ten assists and five kills, while Alexis Rowe added 12 service points in the win.

Against Western Wayne, the Lady Wildcats controlled all three sets and went on to win 25-8, 25-18 and 25-20.

In JV action, Susquehanna won over Western Wayne, 2-1.

FOREST CITY

The Lady Foresters beat Lackawanna Trail 3-2 at home Wednesday after losing 3-1 to Abington at home Tuesday. Forest City is now 3-14 overall.

The Lady Foresters won the first set against Trail 25-19 but lost the next two sets 25-22 and 25-22. Forest City answered back however and took the fourth set 26-24 before winning the fifth and final set, 15-12.

Samantha Kuriger had 17 kills, 10 digs and three blocks while Emily Statkun had 18 digs, nine service points and eight assists to lead Forest City.

Against Abington, the Lady Foresters came out with intensity and took the first set 25-23 before losing the second set, 25-10. Abington went on to take the next two sets, 25-19.

Kuriger had five points, five blocks, five kills and five assists, Zoe Zazzera chipped in with 11 digs and seven kills and Statkun added 14 points and eight digs for Forest City.

MT. VIEW

The Lady Eagles suffered a 3-0 sweeps at home to Dunmore Thursday and Blue Ridge Tuesday and fell to 4-13 overall.

Dunmore had no problem taking its 16th match in 17 tries, winning 25-8, 25-13 and 25-15.

Sam Krisa had seven digs and a pair of kills to lead the Lady Eagles.
On Tuesday, Mt. View lost the match 25-18, 25-9 and 25-13 to the Lady Raiders. Sabrina Fallon had seven aces and 14 points, Krisa added six digs and Mikaela Phillips chipped in five points in the loss.

ELK LAKE
The Elk Lake volleyball team lost 3-2 to Montrose at home Wednesday to fall to 1-17 on the year.

After losing the first set 25-23, Elk Lake answered, having little trouble in taking the second and third sets 25-8 and 25-10. The Lady Meteors responded however and put on an offensive show to take the final two sets, 25-9 and 15-10.

Kelsey Caines had 13 kills, Rebecka Oakes had 19 assists and Samantha Lauer had 17 service points for the Lady Warriors.