Tippecanoe Valley 3, Oak Hill 0
Valley jumped outside of Three Rivers Conference play to score a 25-18, 25-18, 25-13 win at home against the Hill.
Bree Sheetz again stepped forward in Delaney Wagoner’s absence to record 10 kills to lead the 10-9 Vikings. Mallory Durkes contributed eight digs and five kills, Hayley Backus had four kills and 2.5 blocks, Brayden Baney dug 18 attempts and Hannah Engstrand added another 20 assists, eight digs and three aces.
The Viking JV posted a 25-12, 25-13 final in the opener. Macy Kirchenstien had a nice night with seven assists and five digs. Sid Nelson had six aces and five digs.
NorthWood 3, Jimtown 0
NorthWood won its ninth straight contest in a 25-11, 25-17, 25-9 sweep of visiting Jimtown at The Pit.
The Panthers (20-4) had 24 combined digs from Ali Knepp and Kennedy Hochstetler, 32 combined assists from Kendal Miller and Annika Bennett, 19 combined kills from Alea Minnich and Alana Lehman, six aces from Macy Lengacher and three blocks from Ella Gongwer.
The Panther JV held serve in a 25-24, 25-17 win against the Jimmies. Izzy Weldy and Caitlyn Glick combined for nine kills and Macie Knepp and Amy Adams combined for 16 assists in the victory.
Northridge 3, Wawasee 1
Wawasee (15-9, 0-5 NLC) fell short of its first Northern Lakes Conference win in a home loss to Northridge. The Warriors won its first game 25-16, but lost the next three 25-23, 25-19, 25-17 at the Hardwood Teepee.
Emma Dippon, Dylan Konieczny and Bailey Mayhew all hit double digs in kills, led by Dippon’s 13. Amanda Allen had 39 assists and 13 digs to lead the team, and Mayhew added four aces.
“It’s hard to keep coming up short in matches like this,” said Wawasee head coach Jeff Phillips. “We fought but didn’t execute. The first set is the best volleyball we’ve played all year.”
Emma Young had 12 assists and seven digs, and Zoe Taylor added five kills, but Wawasee lost 25-20, 25-20 to Northridge in the JV contest.