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Warren Rallies Past CASH, Cook Records 1,000th Dig; Freeman Big Night Leads North Clarion (Oct. 9 VB Recaps)

Summer Lucks helped Warren beat CASH and was named the Allegheny Grille of Foxburg Player of the Match

WARREN, Pa. – Warren rallied from a 2-0 deficit to earn a 3-2 (21-25, 23-25, 25-13, 25-23, 15-11) win over Conneaut in a rematch of last season’s D10 3A title match.

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CASH jumped out to big leads in the first two sets, staving off Warren rallies in both, but the Dragons battled back in a big way.

Madelyn Nosel, who tied for the team-high with 14 kills, got things going for the Dragons in the third, as they opened up an early nine-point advantage and never looked back.

After a back-and-forth fourth set, the Dragons were able to force a fifth where they ended the match on a 5-1 run after it was tied at 10.


Summer Lucks led a big defensive effort for the Dragons with 32 digs and also added five set assists to earn Allegheny Grille of Foxburg Player of the Match honors.

“Our blocks were up, we were in our bases ready to move and we had that mentality don’t let anything touch the ground and we did exactly that,” Luck said during the Cole Orthodontic Associates postgame interview.”

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Nosel also had 14 kills, seven digs, and two aces for the Dragons, while Alexia Bowers had 14 kills and four digs, Maddy Jones 12 kills, six digs, and two blocks, Kylie Fehlman nine kills and five blocks, and Lilly Newton four kills, nine digs.


Lindsay Madigan ran the offense with 45 set assists and also had five kills and two aces.

Lainie Harrington had a big game offensively for CASH with 14 kills, set up by Peyten Karastury, who had 31 set assists.

Paris Karastury had 31 digs defensively for the Eagles.


FRILLS CORNERS, Pa. – Kyler Freeman had 25 kills, 25 digs, two blocks, and two aces to lead North Clarion past visiting DuBois Central Catholic, 3-2 (20-25, 25-16, 27-25, 21-25, 15-11).

Alexa Carrll added nine kills and 21 digs for the She-Wolves who also got six kills, 15 digs, and two aces from Julia Daum, 15 digs, two blocks, and two aces from Lily Homan, and 14 digs from McKenzie Lencer.

Ainsley Hartle ran the North Clarion offense with 41 set assists while completing a double-double with 10 digs. She also added three aces.


SHINGLEHOUSE, Pa. – Olivia Cook recorded her 1,000th career dig, and Oswayo Valley overcame a slow start to beat visiting Northern Potter, 3-1 (22-25, 25-14, 25-12, 25-19).

Cook recorded 12 digs in the contest.


Makenna Manning led the Green Wave offense with 10 kills and seven aces while adding four digs and two blocks on defense, while Eva West chipped in six kills, nine digs, and an ace.

Laci Miller Geiger set up the offense with 23 assists and added two digs, an ace, and a kill.

Haylee Chapman had 11 digs, four kills, and two blocks for Northern Potter with Reagan Slawson adding nine digs and three kills and Kayden Brown chipping in 14 digs and 11 set assists.



PUNXSUTAWNEY, Pa. – Danielle Griebel had 28 set assists, four digs, and two aces to help Punxsutawney to a 3-0 (25-23, 25-19, 25-15) home sweep of Keystone.

Ciara Toven led the Lady Chucks’ offense with 14 kills and three aces with Kinsee Barnett adding six kills, eight digs, and two blocks. Zoey Hoover chipped in five kills and a block, and Brynn Hergert added eight digs.

Ava Patrick paced Keystone with six kills and three blocks while Addison Say had five blocks and two kills and Gwen Manno led the defense with 21 digs.


KARNS CITY, Pa. – Morgan Pasternak and Ava Barnonick combined for 21 kills, four aces, and 12 digs to lead visiting DuBois to a 3-0 (25-11, 25-11, 25-16) win over Karns City.

Pasternak had 11 kills, three digs, and an ace, while Barnonick chipped in 10 kills, nine digs, and three aces.

Grace Prosper also had six kills, two aces, and a dig for the Lady Beavers, and Haley Reed ran the offense with 28 set assists while adding three digs and three aces.

Ava Fox had four kills and seven digs for Karns City.

Karns City presented Karns City with $1,244 raised on its home 50/50’s this year to benefit Mason Martin while also wearing Mason Strong t-shirts during warm-up to honor the injured Gremlin football player.


EMPORIUM, Pa. – Ella Mosses recorded both her 500th career dig and 500th career kill in helping Port Allegany to a 3-1 (25-20, 23-25, 25-9, 25-16) win at Cameron County,

Moses finished the night with 11 kills, 15 digs, and four aces reaching the 500-kill milestone in the third set and the 500-career dig milestone in the fourth set.

Lily Lehmier also had 10 kills and five aces for the Lady Gators while Kayleigha Dowell added seven aces, eight kills, and nine digs.

Isla Lehmier ran the offense for Port Allegany with 29 set assists while chipping in three aces.

Caitlyn Palumbo had nine kills for Cameron County.


GALETON, Pa. – Fresh off her TapnPay+ District 9 volleyball Player of the Week honor, Sierra Myers had 16 kills, eight blocks, and six digs to lead visiting Coudersport to a (21-25, 25-21, 25-7, 25-12) win over Galeton.

With the victory the worst the Lady Falcons can do is tie for the NTL title depending on how the league does tiebreakers.

Savannah Myers added 10 kills and 15 digs in the victory, while Madyson Dubots-Angood chipped in four kills, seven digs, and five aces.


AUSTIN, Pa. – Jade Williams had nine kills and five aces to lift Austin to a 3-0 ((25-15, 25-14, 25-15) home win over Smethport.

Isabella Rees added seven kills, two blocks, and two aces for the Lady Panthers while Savannah Horton had seven kills and four aces.

Marah Fowler set up the offense for Austin with 15 set assists while adding five kills and three aces.


RUSSELL, Pa. – Sheffield overcame a tough night serving to pick up a 3-0 (25-21, 26-24, 25-15) road win over Eisenhower.

Kassidy Orinko led the Lady Wolverines with 12 kills and six blocks with Emily Davidson adding 13 digs.

Kadence Steffan ran the offense for Sheffield with 23 set assists.

Caroline Smyth had six blocks and two kills for Eisenhower with Emilie Jones adding five kills and two aces.


DUKE CENTER, Pa. – Carrie Drummond had 24 kills, 13 digs, three blocks, and three aces to help Otto-Eldred sweep visiting Bradford, 3-0 (25-12, 25-17, 25-11).

Kate Rhinehart added five kills for the Lady Terrors, while Anna Schuessler ran the offense with 25 set assists while adding three aces.

Addie Carter had five kills for Bradford and Kalie Dixon added seven set assists and two kills.


RIMERSBURG, Pa. – Kolstin Wetzel had nine kills as Union won its first game of the season and the first game for interim head coach Megan Renfrew, who replaced Courtney Gross in late September, with a 3-0 (25-8, 25-18, 25-10) sweep of visiting Venango Catholic.

Gracie Gallagher added four kills for the Golden Damsels while Riley Kriebel had six aces.


COMMODORE, Pa. – Visiting Curwensville dropped a 3-0 (25-9, 25-23, 25-17) decision to Purchase Line.

Savannah Carfley had six set assists for the Lady Tide while Brooklynn Price added four kills.


ERIE, Pa. – In the battle of Preps in Erie, Mercyhurst Prep survived visiting Cathedral Prep, 3-2 (22-25, 25-23, 25-20, 18-25, 15-9).

Oliva Kulyk had 18 kills and eight digs for Mercyhurst Prep with Addica Sperry adding 13 kills and 17 digs and De’Zhana Jordan chipping in 11 digs.

Julia Seth ran the offense for the Lakers with 39 set assists.

Kaylin Laird had 14 kills to pace Erie Cathedral Prep while Cocco Speros added 13 kills and eight digs, and Carolina Krahe chipped in 12 kills and seven digs.

Kharhys Nickson also had nine kills for the Ramblers, while Kamryn Resurreccion ran the offense with 36 set assists and also chipped in six digs.


SUGARCREEK BOROUGH, Pa. – In the makeup of last week’s postponed match, Rocky Grove got 30 set assists and eight aces from Katie Beggs to beat visiting Farrell, 3-1 (25-15, 25-21, 21-25, 25-16).

Natalee Sloss led the Orioles with 10 kills and two aces while Abby Cable added eight kills and two blocks and Olivia Faus chipped in five aces and three kills.

Kaidlynn Burger paced Rocky Grove on defense with 11 digs and also served four aces, and Paige Cresswell contributed four kills and three digs.


SENECA, PA. – Another big night from Ayanna Ferringer lifted Cranberry to a 3-1 (25-15, 25-17, 16-25, 25-17) home win over visiting Commodore Perry.

Ferringer had 23 kills and five digs, while Allie Rembold set her up with 19 set assists and also chipped in three aces and three digs.

Lexi Reisginer added six kills and four aces for the Berries who also saw Sarah Schoch chip in nine kills and Avery Coe added eight set assists, three aces, and two digs.


GREENVILLE, Pa. – Annie Lopsky had a double-double with 23 set assists and 14 digs while adding two kills in Reynolds’ 3-1 (25-15, 25-10, 23-25, 25-14) home win over Jamestown.

Kyle McAdoo had a tremendous night on defense for the Raiders with 27 digs while adding three aces, while Audrey McCurdy also had three aces to go with 12 digs.

Ariana DeJulia chipped in 13 digs, while Rylee Gearhart had nine digs and seven kills.

Also for Reynolds, Addie Floch picked up five kills and a block, Kalen Trapp had six kills, and Ava Murcko added four kills.

Hannah Hart had six kills, six digs, and two blocks for Jamestown with Alayna Cadman adding five kills and 10 digs and Madilyn Enterline 15 digs and three kills.

Emily Enterline ran the offense for the Muskies with 15 set assists while adding seven digs, and Sophia Hart had nine digs and two kills.


STONEBORO, Pa. – Behind nine kills and 11 digs from Emma Brest, Sharpsville overcame a slow start on the road to beat Lakeview, 3-1 (18-25, 25-22, 25-17, 25-21).

Lillian Morrison added eight digs for the Blue Devils while Mia Labbiento had five kills and two blocks and Miah Applegarth six digs.

Jordan Brest also added five digs in the win, while Brooklyn Ramsey had a team-best 14 kills.

Kira Krezeczowski chipped in five kills and seven digs, and Ryleigh Fry added nine digs while piloting the offense with 36 set assists.


ERIE, Pa. – Homestanding Erie First Christian swept Girard, 3-0 (25-13, 25-17, 25-13).

Alvia Montgomery had 11 digs for Girard with Bri Vollant adding seven digs.

Erie First Christian stats weren’t available.


ERIE, Pa. – Iroquois held off Seneca to pick up a 3-2 (14-25, 25-12, 25-19, 19-25, 15-9) home win.

Emily Stafford had nine kills and six digs for Seneca while Izzy Wisniewski added eight kills and seven digs, and Ava Guzowski had 21 set assists and five kills.

Samantha Harvey also added eight digs for the Bobcats while Sarah Brocious had six digs.

Iroquois stats weren’t available.

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