CURWENSVILLE, Pa. – Ruby Singleton had 19 kills to help visiting Clearfield beat Curwensville, 3-1 (25-13, 25-15, 22-25, 25-20).
Addy Ruiz added six aces and six kills for the Lady Bison, while Hannah Glunt ran the offense with 21 set assists.
Alyssa Bakaysa had seven kills, two blocks, and two aces for Curwensville with Lizzy Palmer adding four kills and two blocks. Rylee Wiggins ran the offense with 15 set assists and added two aces.
SMETHPORT 3, CAMERON COUNTY 1
EMPORIUM, Pa. – A double-double of 10 kills and 19 digs from Kaylee Swanson helped visiting Smethport beat Cameron County, 3-1 (25-21, 23-25, 25-17, 26-24).
Luz Hungiville added seven kills, four digs, and two blocks for the Lady Hubbers with Baylee Fitzimmons getting to 36 balls on defense while adding four kills and three aces and Dani Nelson recording five kills, and a block while getting to 13 balls on defense.
Madi Faes ran the offense for Smethport with 17 set assists while adding seven aces, three blocks, six digs, and two kills.
Aubree Lorenzo had nine kills for Cameron County with Caitlyn Palumbo adding six kills
Makenna Farabaugh ran the offense for the Red Raiders with 13 set assists.
GALETON 3, PORT ALLEGANY 0
GALETON, Pa. – Alli Macensky had 13 kills, 11 digs, and three blocks to help Galeton to a 3-0 (29-27, 25-20, 25-9) home win over Port Allegany.
Olivia Rohrbaugh added nine kills, 14 digs, and three aces in the win, while Mikayla Schott had 10 digs.
Johanna Dickerson contributed eight set assists, nine digs, two kills, and a block for the Lady Tigers with Lauren Sauley adding 13 set assists, 12 digs, three kills, and three aces.
Galeton finished 17-3 on the year and will play in the District 4 semifinals at Williamson High School Saturday. The Lady Tigers will likely be the second seed behind Canton in the four-team tournament and will most likely face Northeast Bradford, the third seed, while Canton will play fourth-seeded Sugar Valley Charter. Those seedings won’t be finalized until Thursday.