Warsaw 3, Columbia City 1
Warsaw rallied from a first set loss to beat the Eagles on the road, 23-25, 25-17, 25-6, 25-13 Tuesday evening.
Allison Heinrich had a big night at the net, ripping 13 kills and recording a block, and was joined by Abby Sanner with 12 kills and four blocks. Avery Hales had another all-around night with 43 assists, 11 digs, eight kills, six aces and two blocks. Kaylee Weeks had nine kills, Delaney Silveus and Melania Hawblitzel each had six digs and Cora West added five digs.
The Tiger JV beat City 25-13, 25-16, led by Clara Porter’s eight kills and six digs and Kenzie Chivington’s seven kills and nine digs. Olivia Devenney had seven kills and Daihya Chupp added 21 assists.
The Warsaw freshman also won 25-4, 25-10. Ally Anderson had seven aces, Maggie Hollon had six kills and Eva Everest had 15 assists.
Tippecanoe Valley 3, LaVille 0
Valley picked up a non-conference win Tuesday, taking out the host Lancers 25-16, 25-23, 25-21.
Valley had a host of players get into the action, led by Brayden Baney with 13 digs and Abby Koch with six. Mallory Durkes had eight kills, Ava Smith smashed six home and Colette Blackburn had five kills and a block. Mackaylie Costello had three aces and a block, Emily McGriff added three blocks and Macy Kirchenstien had 21 assists.