NorthWood 3, Jimtown 0
NorthWood made quick work of Jimtown Monday in Jamestown, winning 25-16, 25-12, 25-14.
Annika Bennett had 41 assists and 11 digs to ignite the Panthers, seeing through 14 kills from Claire Payne and 10 kills from Sophie Barber. The two combined for seven blocks. Macy Lengacher had 16 digs and four assists and Caitlyn Glick had four aces.
The Panther JV did its job in a 25-12, 25-12 win. Several stat leaders for the Panthers included Sadie Beasy with eight kills, Ashlyn Brooke with five kills, Emery Porter with 14 assists and seven digs, Jenna Householder with six digs and five aces, and Macie Knepp with four assists.
Oak Hill 3, Tippecanoe Valley 2
The hosts needed every single point it could get to beat Valley in five, 25-18, 22-25, 25-12, 16-25, 16-14.
In the marathon match for Valley, Mallory Durkes led the side with 14 kills and four blocks, Brayden Baney had 25 digs and four aces, and Macy Kirchenstien added 25 assists.
Northridge 3, Wawasee 1
After taking the first game, Wawasee couldn’t capitalize on its opportunity in a loss at Ridge.
The Raiders rallied from a 25-16 loss in game on to come back for a 25-18, 25-14, 25-19 cap.
Among the work for Wawasee included a program milestone as Leslie Vazquez registered 15 kills against the Raiders, moving her into first place all-time in career kills. Vazquez currently sits at 646 for her three years with the Warrior varsity.
Amanda Allen had 37 assists and 10 digs, Dylan Konieczny had 15 kills, Liz Miller recorded seven digs and Amber Beer had a pair of blocks.
“The scores may not show it but we played much tougher today than we did Saturday,” noted Wawasee head coach Jeff Phillips, referring to Saturday’s Bremen tourney. “The improvement was great on our block and defense.”
Northridge won the JV contest 25-11, 25-18. Alli McClintic had eight digs and two aces, Kenzie Hackleman had eight digs, Emma Young nine assists and Julie Mishler seven kills.