ATTICA - Amber Perry's 14 kills, six blocks and three aces helped power Calvert to a 2-0 Midland Athletic League record after downing Seneca East 25-18, 25-12, 25-17. Backing Perry was a double-double for Meridith Lucius, who slammed 12 kills to go along with 21 digs.
"This was a pretty competitive game where Seneca East came out strong at home and our girls had to pick up the pace, and they did a nice job of rising to the challenge," Calvert coach Greg Hendrix said. "The main accomplishment tonight was our quick offense which put pressure on Seneca East's defense."
Also for Calvert (4-2, 2-0 MAL), Kaleigh Hendrix dished out 31 assists and added eight digs. Kelsey Hendrix led the defense with 22 digs while Megan Casale served up four aces.
For Seneca East (2-9, 0-2 MAL), Rachel Bauman led with seven kills, six aces and eight digs. Cameil Ruffing added six kills. Sam Mille had 13 assists, nine digs and two kills. Ashton Daniel had 16 digs and four kills.
NR doubles its fun
NEW RIEGEL - Kara Scherger, Lauren Ladd and Cassandra Acree each posted double-doubles in New Riegel's three-game victory over Hopewell-Loudon, 25-13, 25-19, 25-20, in Midland Athletic League action.
Scherger slammed down 18 kills to go along with 14 digs. Ladd nearly matched her numbers, finishing with 17 kills and 14 digs. Acree dished out 36 assists to go with her 14 digs.
Taylor Arbogast had seven kills and Alexis Kieffer added five. Arbogast added 13 digs and Morgan Noftz had 10.
For Hopewell-Loudon, Courtney Burns led with 10 kills, 16 assists, seven digs and five blocks. Racquel Hossler, Logan Frank and Kassie Shaver each had six kills. Shaver added 15 digs, Shelbi Sauber had 13 and Kassie Welly had 10.
New Riegel improves to 8-0, 2-0 MAL while H-L drops to 1-8, 1-1.
Mohawk routs Lakota
SYCAMORE - Mohawk wasted little time dispatching Lakota on Tuesday night. The Warriors rolled in three, 25-11, 25-8, 25-6.
Sarah Parker and Kasey Adelsperger each put down nine kills for Mohawk (5-1, 2-0 MAL). Julie Adelsperger added five kills and five aces. Ashley Parker dished out 25 assists. Lynsey Trusty led the defense with 13 digs.
Alaina Bickford led Lakota (1-7, 0-2) with 12 digs. Stephanie Miller had six assists, three kills and 10 digs. Katie Park added three kills.
OLD FORT - Old Fort was no match for Fremont St. Joe Tuesday night as the Streaks came into town and left with a three-game victory, 25-12, 25-9, 25-7.
Kristin Bender had nine kills and two blocks to lead Old Fort (1-5, 1-1 MAL). Sammy Miller had seven digs and Shelby Bigler added four.
St. Joe remains unbeaten on the year, improving to 5-0, 2-0 MAL.
Rams rebound with win
UPPER SANDUSKY - Ram coach Matthew McConnaughey called it a much needed win. One night after falling to Buckeye Central, his Upper Sandusky team won nail-biters in each of the first two games, before going on to sweep Galion 25-22, 26-24, 25-19.
"We rebounded nicely from the Buckeye Central match to get a league victory we really needed in our division of the NCC," McConnaughey said. "Overall, the team played well as a unit. Tonight was our best team blocking this season too."
Taylor Graboski pounded 19 kills, had five blocks and added 10 digs for the Rams. Jessi Holly added 10. Allison Snyder had 34 assists. Jenna Holly led the defense with 11 digs.
BC nearly has perfect game
NEW WASHINGTON - One serve into the net.
That's all that separated Buckeye Central from a perfect opening game against Riverdale. The Buckettes scored the game's first 14 points before a service error put the Falcons on the board. BC then scored the next 11 points to end the game.
The next two were slightly better for Riverdale, but not by much. It was a three-game Buckette victory 25-1, 25-8, 25-5.
Maddie Williams had 11 of the team's 22 aces. She also picked up five digs on the defensive end. Sammi Marcum had seven kills while serving five aces. Jenna Delarber slammed six kills and Kendra Schultz had four.
Kilee Kimmel had 11 assists, two aces, three kills and three digs.
BC improves to 8-2, 5-0 NCC.
Tornadoes get first NOL win
Columbian overpowered Sandusky 25-16, 25-19, 25-8 Tuesday to claim its first Northern Ohio League win.
Megan Murphy's seven kills, four aces and two blocks sparked the Tornadoes (2-3, 1-3 NOL).