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Senecas hand Blue Jackets first SBC loss

PHOTO BY JILL GOSCHE Calvert's Lexie White (from left) and New Riegel's Kaitlyn Kirian and Julia Reinhart battle at the net during the match in Tiffin Tuesday.

Calvert dominated the first set and held New Riegel in check in the next two Tuesday to claim a 25-15, 25-20, 25-19 win and hand the Blue Jackets their first Sandusky Bay Conference River Division loss.

Lexie White fueled the Senecas with 17 digs, 10 kills and three aces, and Kennedy Smith (2 kills) provided 16 assists and nine digs.

Shelby Hemminger came up with 22 digs, Sophie Burtis (2 block assists, 2 digs) tossed up 12 assists, Hannah Burtis (2 aces, 2 block assists) had 10 digs and four kills and Zoe Meyer (2 digs) finished with eight kills, seven solo blocks and three block assists. Ashlyn Jones chipped in seven kills, seven digs and three block assists, Mallary Nielsen drilled four block assists and three solo blocks and Hannah Kelbley had three digs.

The Blue Jackets (17-5, 9-1 SBC) got 18 kills and seven digs from Brianna Gillig, 19 digs from Brooklyn Gillig and 18 assists, seven digs and five kills from Lindsay Bouillon.

Madalyn Reinhart added seven digs, Marianna Tiell had six digs and Lauren Theis served two aces.

Karl reaches dig plateau

NEW WASHINGTON — Jenna Karl registered her 1,000th career dig in the first set and nearly ended with a double-double Tuesday as Buckeye Central dominated Colonel Crawford 25-13, 25-9, 25-14 in Northern 10 Athletic Conference play.

Karl finished with 14 digs and eight kills for the Bucks, who improved to 20-1 overall and 15-0 in the N10.

Addie Ackerman handed out 31 assists, Emily Stump turned in 20 digs and 15 kills, Claire Songer came up with eight digs, Bailey Agin added four aces and four digs and Spencer Kaple tallied four digs.

Hiccup can’t stop Redmen

FOSTORIA — Elmwood made things interesting in the second set but the Royals just couldn’t stop Fostoria as the Redmen claimed a 25-10, 25-22, 25-15 Northern Buckeye Conference win Tuesday.

Dakota Thomas sparked the winners with a double-double, turning in 38 assists and 10 digs.

Tyriana Settles backed her with 30 kills, five digs, three aces and three solo blocks.

J’Breon Jones chipped in seven digs for Fostoria (15-6, 9-4 NBC), Mary Harris (2 aces) and Zoe Rice both had six digs, Meredith Grine registered five kills and five digs, Bailey Robinson added five digs and Alex Talley line three kills.

Stockaders overpower Lakota

OLD FORT — Kiely Taylor slammed 13 kills and three teammates combined for 26 digs Tuesday in Old Fort’s 25-9, 25-14, 25-21 Sandusky Bay Conference win against Lakota.

Taylor also tallied two aces and two blocks for the Stockaders.

Savannah McCoy (2 aces) added nine digs and four kills, Morgan Miller had nine digs and three kills and Jordan Reineck came up with seven digs.

Ashlyn Magers chipped in six digs, Madison Guth had four digs, Jenna Clouse lined four kills, Morgan Wilkinson slammed three kills and Riley Lehner (2 aces) turned in three digs.

Konkle-led Warriors boot Ridgedale

MORRAL — Alexa Konkle had a double-double Tuesday to key Mohawk’s 25-23, 25-10, 25-18 Northern 10 Athletic Conference win against Ridgedale.

Konkle (2 aces) tallied 28 assists, 15 digs and four kills for the Warriors (17-4, 12-4 N10) in their final regular-season match. Mohawk was scheduled to host Galion on Thursday, but Galion had to cancel due to scheduling too many matches.

Destini Oler (2 blocks) added 13 kills and six digs for Mohawk, Madi Chester had nine kills, seven digs and four aces and Aubrey Margraf came up with nine digs.

Kaylee Ward (2 aces) chipped in eight digs and five kills, Emma Myers-Huffman had five digs and Jordyn Lease (2 blocks) registered four assists, four digs and three aces.

Rams bounce back to beat Wynford

UPPER SANDUSKY — Upper Sandusky rebounded from a first-set loss Tuesday to beat Wynford 21-25, 25-14, 25-9, 25-22 in Northern 10 Athletic Conference action.

Lucy Smith (2 aces, 2 kills) sparked the Rams (7-14, 7-8 N10) with 28 assists, 14 digs and five block assists, and Hannah Grier had 15 digs and four aces.

Lillie Orians and Jayden Smalley both came up with 14 digs, with Orians drilling seven kills. Kenedi Hayden chipped in 10 digs and eight kills, Bre Rosario (2 aces) had 10 digs, Anna Johnson added five kills, three block assists and three digs, and Tori Damron (2 block assists) tallied five kills, five digs and four solo blocks.

Bellevue upends Fliers

CLYDE — Three Bellevue players turned in double-doubles and another nearly did so Tuesday as the Redmen tripped up Sandusky Bay Conference foe Clyde 25-21, 20-25, 25-23, 25-14.

Payton Vogel (2 aces) gave Bellevue 17 kills and 11 digs, Morgan Hicks tallied 15 kills and 19 digs, and Molly Bullion registered 34 assists and 17 digs.

Taylor Baxter backed them with eight kills and 14 digs.

Alicia Carter-Koonce sparked the Fliers (7-14, 2-9 SBC) in the loss with 17 assists, 11 kills and 11 digs.

Maddie Greenslade chipped in 14 digs, 11 kills and five solo blocks, Grace Ball had 17 assists and eight digs, and Sydney Krieger-Helms came up with 15 digs. Jackie Smith provided nine digs, eight kills and three solo blocks, and Ruby Schabel and Alexis Keegan both slammed five kills.

Whippets outlast Columbian

Shelby out-scrapped Columbian 25-21, 25-22, 15-25, 18-25, 15-13 Tuesday to capture a Sandusky Bay Conference win.

Emily Davis led the Tornadoes (10-8, 6-5 SBC) in the loss with 23 kills, 23 digs and three aces.

Niki Cole added 22 assists and three aces and Addi Conti had 21 assists, 11 kills and nine digs.

Carly Rosen slammed nine kills and three blocks, and Amara Solomon belted six kills.

Double-doubles pace Blue Devils

CAREY — Sydney Kin and Hannah Zimmerman both registered double-doubles Tuesday in Carey’s 26-24, 25-14, 25-20 Northern 10 Athletic Conference win against Bucyrus.

Kin (2 solo blocks) led the way with 18 kills and 19 digs and Zimmerman had 11 kills and 17 digs for the Blue Devils (17-3, 12-3 N10).

Lawyer Stansberry added 31 assists and five aces, Mckenzie Row belted six aces and five kills and Emma Wagner came up with nine digs.

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