Big Red gets a hard-earned sweep at Toronto
TORONTO — In Big Red’s sweep of the Toronto on the road Monday night, the first two sets took extra points to break a deadlock and decide a winner, and in the third, Steubenville had to battle back from a deficit.
Big Red was able to overcome, taking a 26-24, 32-30, 25-21, win over the Red Knights.
Leading the way for Steubenville was Maggi Cucarese with 14 points, seven aces, 28 assists and one dig. Also, for Big Red, Tori Mitchell had eight points, an ace, 19 kills, six blocks and a dig, Sarah Allen finished with 12 points, an ace, six kills and three digs and Kiera O’Brien had 11 points, an ace, two kills and a dig.
For the Red Knights, now 7-8, Hannah Dobbs had nine kills, 11 assists, 14 digs and four aces, Ashton Thomas had 13 blocks and seven kills, Brianna Burruss had 11 assists, 12 digs and two blocks, Callue Anderson had four kills and 16 digs and Taylie Thomas had 43 digs.
Big Red is slated to host East Liverpool on Wednesday, while Toronto is set to host Edison tonight for senior night.
Creek tops Edison in four
RICHMOND — The Indian Creek volleyball overcame dropping the first set Monday at Edison, rebounding to win the final three for a 17-25, 25-6, 26-24, 25-7, victory over the Wildcats.
For Indian Creek, Olivia Wukelic had 20 kills, four digs and three aces, Carley Penner 17 assists, five digs, six aces and a kill, Gracie Francis four kills, seven blocks and a dig, Kailey McMillion five kills, four digs and an ace and Brooke Grant five assists and four digs.
For Edison, Gracie Fox finished with 11 hits, four kills and six digs, Savanna Ankrom 10 hits and five digs, Audrey Scott five hits and four digs, Olivia Huff seven hits, four kills, nine blocks and four digs and Rebecka Evans with 13 hits, three kills and five blocks.
Indian Creek is scheduled to play at home against Beaver Local on Thursday, while Edison travels to Toronto tonight.
Beaver sweeps Harrison Central
CALCUTTA — Harrison Central fell on the road Monday night at Beaver Local, 25-14, 25-15, 25-13.
For the Huskies, McKayla Dunkle had six kills and also led the team in blocks, while Maddy Butler had 15 digs and seven points and Logan Johnson had 13 assists.
Harrison Central is slated to host St. Clairsville on Wednesday.