Area High School Volleyball Scores UpdatedRiver-Cameron The River Pilots won a tri-match at Paden City Sept. 24, defeating the Lady ‘Cats and the Cameron Lady Dragons. The River girls defeated Cameron in straight sets, 25-12 and 25-9, as the Pilots’ An
The River Pilots won a tri-match at Paden City Sept. 24, defeating the Lady ‘Cats and the Cameron Lady Dragons.
The River girls defeated Cameron in straight sets, 25-12 and 25-9, as the Pilots’ Annie Turner dished out a game-high 15 assists and scored nine points that included a service ace. She also executed three kills and a block to lead her team past Cameron.
The “Big Bopper,” Jensen Caretti, continues to dominate at the net, making nine kills and an assist, while Mackenzie Wade tallied a game-high 20 points that included nine service aces.
The match with the host Paden City went down to the wire, but the Lady Pilots would get the sweep, beating the Lady Wildcats, 26-24 and 25-21.
Turner would tally a team-high 11 points, including a pair of service aces, a kill, and 16 assists, while Caretti dented the Bob Burton Gymnasium floor with nine kills. Caretti added six blocks, while Wade contributed nine points, three service aces and five digs.
For PCHS, Logan Cosper scored 14 points, served an ace, made a pair of digs, made 98 sets and 29 assists.Taylor Cosper followed with 10 points, a service ace, and eight digs.
Other Lady ‘Cats contributing were Myrah Charkawi with nine points, one ace, three kills and 14 digs; and Lynnsie Parsons, who tacked on seven points, 12 kills and four digs.
Fox scored three points and had three digs, while Graeson Baker, netted two points, two kills and seven digs. Haley Hizer added eight kills and two digs, while Sydney Blatt and Megan Pierce pounded three and one kills, respectively.
The ‘Cats went off against the Lady Dragons, 25-2 and 25-11, as Taylor and Logan Cosper teamed for 39 of their 50 service points, with Taylor adding four digs and Logan adding 12 assists and one dig,
Logan Cosper totaled 151 sets, 57 assists and scored 17 points, while Parsons contributed 18 kills, 13 points and 11 digs for the Lady Wildcats in defeating Bishop Donahue, 25-23 and 25-22.
The Lady ‘Cats also did in Wheeling Central, 25-23 and 25-14, in a tri-match in the friendly confines of Bob Burton Gymnasium Sept. 26 for their 17th and 18th victory of the season.
Turner had 24 points, 15 assists, seven service aces, three kills and made three digs to help lead the scorching Lady Pilots to 25-17, 25-6 and 25-8 wins at The Linsly School Sept. 26.
Williams added 12 points, three kills, and three digs, while Jones tallied seven points from her service position, including six aces and 16 digs. At the net, Caretti blocked three Lady Cadet shots and smashed eight kills, while Young added three kills and one block.
The Lady Eagle volleyball team has been busy of late. They defeated Wheeling Park, tied Williamstown and lost to Parkersburg South in the finals of the Snowball Volleyball Invitational at Parkersburg South High School, Sept. 22.
Emily Clegg helped Magnolia get past Wheeling Park with 12 points, including four service aces in a 25-14 and 25-17 two-set victory.
Lauren Cline and Hillary Feldmeier followed with eight points each, while Cline added 25 assists and two service aces. Mallory Chapman was strong at the net, pounding away at the Patriots with six kills and four blocks. In addition, Chapman had four service points.
Erinn Clegg and Ashley Moore scored five points, while Kiera Standiford went bombs-away with three kills.
In the 22-25 and 25-17 match tie with Williamstown, there were no service points turned in, but Cline would make 20 assists to pace the up-start Lady Eagles. In addition, Chapman, Standiford, Katie Blatt and Audrey Gibb each contributed three kills, while Feldmeier, Moore and Abby During each recording digs.
In the championship match with the host Parkersburg Patriots, it was a good contest until the end as Parkersburg won in straight sets, 17-25 and 17-25.
For the Lady Eagles, it was Erinn Clegg leading the charge with 10 points, with two service aces, while sister Emily added seven points and two aces. Feldmeier added six markers, while making six digs. Cline and Chapman each recorded four points, with Cline adding 15 assists and Chapman making six blocks and 11 digs. Moore scored two points, while Blatt belted a kill and blocked a pair of Patriot shots.
The Lady Eagles volleyed past Monroe Central in straight sets, 25-19 and 25-22, at Union Local High School last week.
Magnolia’s Chapman and Emily Clegg responded with outstanding individual stats. Clegg scored a game-high 12 points, and added three aces, and four kills, while Chapman marked up 10 points, seven kills, five digs and five blocks to pace the Eagles to a victory.
Feldmeier followed with nine points, while Erinn Clegg added five markers. Cline had 18 assists and scored six points, while Moore chipped in with six points and three digs. Blatt finished the Eagle stats with six very nasty kills.
Magnolia crashed the nets against the Union Local Lady Jets last week and came away with a 26-24 and 25-22 victory to cap off an impressive tri-match.
It was the Emily Clegg Show once more, as she tallied a game-high 13 points, four service aces and six digs, while Cline made 20 assists and scored 11 points to pace the Lady Eagles.
The red-hot Lady Pilots were cooled down by Shenandoah 19-25, 17-25 and 9-25 Sept. 27 at Shenandoah.
Curtis paced the Pilots with a team-high 11 points and had 11 digs, while Turner added eight markers, Marshall had seven tallies and Williams marked up five points. Turner contributed 14 assists and had eight digs, while Williams provided two kills and two blocks.
Blue Eagle netters Feldmeier and Emily Clegg teamed for 24 points, but it wasn’t enough, as the Frontier Cougars clawed their way to 25-22, 24-26 and 25-19 wins in the best of two matches Sept. 27 in a tri-match at Magnolia High School.
Cline and Erinn Clegg each responded with nine points, while Cline provided 50 assists. Chapman netted eight markers, 21 kills, nine digs and made five blocks, while Moore and Durig added eight and six digs, respectively.
Emily Clegg was the lone double-digit scorer for Magnolia, who prevailed over St. Marys 25-22 and 25-17 in the nightcap of a tri-match Sept. 27 inside the MHS HammerDome.
Cline followed with eight points, and Feldmeier seven tallies, while Chapman scored six points, five kills and seven digs. Gibb contributed four kills and three digs, while Standiford smacked three kills.
The host Cee-Bees and the Lumberjills went five sets Sept. 27 before Clay-Battelle won a tie-breaker 2-15. Valley won the opener 25-23 before losing the next two sets, 16-25 and 13-25, before winning a 25-22 match that set up the tie-breaker.
Brittany Haught tallied a team-high 23 points that included six service aces to pace the Lumberjill attack. She also hammered five spikes and made 10 digs. Ali Haught and Jessica Ashcraft each recorded 10 points, including two aces, while combining for 12 spikes, 12 digs 10 dinks. Ali Haught controlled the net as well, blocking 10 Lady Cee-Bee shots, while Justine Miller contributed 12 points, eight digs and two spikes.
Ashcraft had a team-high 33 sets and Ali Haught added 13 sets, while Brittany Sivert had three sets and Whitney and Brittany Haught each added two sets.
Paden City-Notre Dame-Hundred
The Lady Wildcats picked up their 19th and 20th win of the season as they swept past Notre Dame 25-9 and 25-10 and Hundred 25-6 and 25-8 in a tri-match at Hundred, Sept. 27.
Taylor Cosper had a game-high 26 points in the two matches, two aces and seven digs to pace the Lady ‘Cats. Parsons netted 21 service points that included four aces, made 17 kills and nine digs. Logan Cosper followed with 13 points and 42 assists on 86 sets. Charkawi netted 13 points that included four aces, six kills and four digs.
After losing to Paden City, the Lady Hornets defeated Notre Dame in three sets, winning set one 19-25 with Paige Shriver drilling a kill to end the set. Notre Dame won set two, both 25-23, and the Hornets won the third set 20-25 in a thriller for Hundred’s first victory of the season. Good chemistry among the Lady Hornets seemed to be important in the victory.
Senior Emily Ebert paced the Lady Hornets in the two matches with 17 points, while Shriver and junior Andrea Nagy evenly divided 28 points. Senior Shelley Cork and freshman Josie Phillips each added 10 points from the service line, while freshman Meliah Umstead totaled eight points from the service line.
Hundred ran into a buzzsaw Sept. 25, as East Richland won in straight sets, 13-25, 14-25 and 15-25.
Cork paced the Hornet attack with 14 points, while Ebert added nine markers and Phillips delivered seven points. In addition, Nagy tallied six points, while Shriver and Umstead each marked up three points.