No. 5 Bellevue holds off TC
BELLEVUE — They each won a close game, but Bellevue got the most important one to stay perfect.
The Lady Red, ranked fifth in Division II, turned back Columbian 25-17, 22-25, 17-25, 25-17, 15-13 Tuesday to improve to 8-0 overall and 3-0 in the Sandusky Bay Conference Lake Division.
Double-doubles helped Bellevue, with Molly Bullion registering 43 assists and 13 digs, Payton Vogel tallying 21 digs, 16 kills, four blocks and three aces, and Taylor Baxter turning in 19 kills, 16 digs and six aces.
Kami Hay (2 aces) came up with 19 digs, Madison Hrynciw had 17 digs and five kills and Morgan Dendinger added 16 digs.
The Tornadoes (6-3, 1-2) also had plenty of contributors.
Addi Conti turned in 50 assists, 21 digs and seven kills, while Emily Davis accounted for 30 digs, 27 kills and three aces.
Hunter Breidenbach came up with 21 digs, Rylie Roggow slammed 10 kills and five blocks, Amara Solomon belted seven kills, Toria Ingalls (2 aces) had four aces and Abby Dryfuse belted two blocks.
Warriors win eighth straight
SYCAMORE — Alexa Konkle and Madi Chester each had a double-double and two teammates combined for another 22 digs Tuesday as state-ranked Mohawk dropped Northern 10 Athletic Conference foe Seneca East 25-20, 25-19, 25-16.
Konkle (2 kills) tallied 30 assists and 14 digs for the Warriors (9-1, 6-1 N10), ranked 10th in Division IV. Chester (2 aces) turned in 17 kills and 10 digs.
Aubrey Margraf (2 aces) backed them with 13 digs and Kaylee Ward had nine digs, six kills and three aces.
Ellie Shaw registered six digs and Emma Myers-Huffman and Paityn Clouse both drilled five kills, with Myers-Huffman adding four digs and Clouse (2 blocks) turning in three more to help Mohawk win its eighth in a row. Tess Weinandy added two kills and two digs.
Jessica Bowerman’s 12 kills, 11 digs, eight assists and two blocks keyed the Tigers (4-7, 3-3).
Jillian Allgyre chipped in 12 assists and seven digs, Tori Fritz lined five kills and Alexis Hicks belted three blocks.
Senecas boot St. Mary
SANDUSKY — Calvert overwhelmed Sandusky St. Mary 25-16, 25-8, 25-14 Tuesday to claim a Sandusky Bay Conference River Division win.
Sophie Burtis tossed up 14 assists and Emma White handed out 13 for the Senecas, ranked 12th in Division IV.
Shelby Hemminger came up with 14 digs, Lexie White smashed eight kills and five aces, and Zoe Meyer and Kate Rombach each hammered seven kills.
Blue Jackets dispatch Gibsonburg
NEW RIEGEL — New Riegel tightened up the defense a little more each game, beating Sandusky Bay Conference River Division foe Gibsonburg 25-19, 25-16, 25-11 Tuesday.
Aubrey Bouillon (2 aces, 2 kills) sparked the Blue Jackets (9-1) with 31 assists and 10 digs, Kaitlyn Kirian drilled 14 kills and Madalyn Reinhart came up with 12 digs.
Christen Hohman chipped in nine kills and four digs, Jordan Hohman (2 aces) had eight kills and four digs, Julia Reinhart (2 aces) tallied seven kills and four digs, Brooklyn Gillig and Marianna Tiell both had four digs and Sarah Schalk registered three digs.
State-ranked Bucks stay perfect in N10
NEW WASHINGTON — The second game was tight, but Buckeye Central rolled in the other three Tuesday to beat Carey and move to 6-0 in the Northern 10 Athletic Conference.
The Bucks (7-3), ranked ninth in Division IV, won 25-16, 27-29, 25-16, 25-15.
Allison Weithman’s 31 assists, nine digs, four kills and three aces keyed Buckeye Central.
Lydia Ackerman turned in 18 digs and Lexi Evak smacked 14 kills and three blocks.
Kendra Ackerman backed them with nine digs and five kills, Alivia Niese (2 blocks) drilled seven kills and Allyson Sostakowski (2 kills) ended with six aces and five digs.
The Blue Devils (3-7, 2-4) got 11 kills and nine digs from McKenzie Row (2 aces), and 23 assists and eight digs from Emma Wagner.
Sadie Arend (2 aces, 2 blocks) slammed eight kills, Bailey Tanner (2 blocks) drilled four kills and Seylor Kin lined two aces.
Redmen race past Rossford
ROSSFORD — Three Fostoria players turned in double-doubles Tuesday as the state-ranked Redmen thundered past Rossford 25-7, 25-14, 25-4 in Northern Buckeye Conference play.
Dakota Thomas (2 aces) registered 35 assists and 10 digs for the Redmen (9-2, 4-1 NBC), Tyriana Settles tallied 20 kills, 10 digs and three aces and Mary Harris had 11 kills, 11 digs and three aces.
Jasmine Groves slammed six aces for Fostoria, ranked 18th in Division III, Meredith Grine (2 solo blocks) drilled five kills and Deshani Taylor lined two kills.
Rams roll to N10 victory
UPPER SANDUSKY — Eve Smith approached a double-double Tuesday as Upper Sandusky powered past Bucyrus 25-15, 25-16, 25-6 in Northern 10 Athletic Conference play.
Smith paced the Rams (2-9, 2-5 N10) with 16 assists and eight digs.
Anna Johnson slammed nine kills, five aces and four blocks and Jadyn Smalley came up with 14 digs.
Stockaders hammer Danbury
LAKESIDE — Jordan Reineck smacked seven aces and Jenna Clouse clobbered 11 kills Tuesday as Old Fort pounded Danbury 25-18, 25-12, 25-10 in Sandusky Bay Conference River Division play.
The Stockaders (8-1, 5-0 SBC) drilled a combined 16 aces and 41 kills against the Lakers.
Grace Wasserman smashed eight kills for Old Fort, Madison Guth (2 aces, 2 blocks) had 29 assists and three kills, Savannah McCoy tallied 14 digs and five kills and Ashlyn Magers registered 14 digs and four aces.
MarcQue Harris (2 aces) chipped in nine digs, Morgan Miller added five kills and five digs, and Chloe Wilkinson and Christa Kuhn both hammered four kills.
St. Joe slips past Raiders
FREMONT — Fremont St. Joe outlasted Lakota 13-25, 25-15, 25-19, 13-25, 15-7 Tuesday in Sandusky Bay Conference River Division action.
Madison King gave the Raiders 14 kills, 12 digs and three aces in the loss, and Qiara Palos added 15 assists, eight digs and three aces.
Grace Swaisgood chipped in 22 digs and three aces, Katelyn Klotz tallied 13 assists, three aces and three digs, Alexa Gavel had nine kills and three digs, Kendra McDole chipped in eight kills and five digs, Mariah Woodruff accounted for seven digs, Anna Brubaker had six digs, Addyson Marshall belted four kills and Lauryn Tiell added four digs.