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September 24, 2013

Local Briefs: Trojans pull away from Bulldogs, win 4-0


MEADVILLE — CASH survives Oil City

LINESVILLE — Conneaut controlled the action Tuesday against Oil City, and despite a one-game hiccup, went on to win in four games, 25-4, 25-10, 23-25, 25-11 at home.

Conneaut (4-1, 3-1 Region 4) was led by Challen Litwiler (18 kills, 13 digs) and Kristen Baker (10 kills, 14 digs) in the win, which dropped Oil City to 1-3, and 0-4 in Region 4.

Aliya Hutman and Mary Uplinger both added 16 assists for the Eagles.

Corry upends MASH

Meadville took the first set over visiting Region 4 opponent Corry 25-14. But then the Beavers responded by claiming the next three sets in order, 25-15, 25-23, 25-18 to claim the match Tuesday at the House of Thrills.

Emily Allen led Meadville (3-4, 2-2 Region 4) at the net with nine kills. Brittney Morris added seven kills and 14 digs. Cadi McCoy tallied six kills with four blocks. Katie Newman did a little bit of everything with six kills, 16 assists, 14 digs and four service aces. Mallory Jackson dished out 15 assists. And Ellen Mook scored three blocks.

In JV action, it was Meadville in three, 25-17, 22-25, 15-13.

McLane sweeps Iroquois

EDINBORO — General McLane and Iroquois went at it in two fierce games to open their Region 5 girls volleyball match on Tuesday. McLane won both 25-23 and 27-25. By that point, the Lady Lancers held the momentum, and rolled to a 25-15 sweep over the Braves.

Among the stat leaders for McLane (5-1, 4-1 Region 5) were Michelle Jahn with nine kills, three aces and eight digs; Maureen Nkomo with seven kills and eight digs; and Molly Regan with four kills, three blocks, 18 assists and five digs.

Also contributing was Morgan Farley with eight kills, Lexi Bufalino with eight digs, Sam Shields with six digs, Morgan Vaughn with four kills and Kristy DeLoreto with 15 assists.

Leading Iroquois (4-3, 3-2 Region 5) was Ashley Benovic with 20 assists, Kaitlyn Grimm with eight kills, Shelby Olson with six kills, Brianna Ashley with 10 digs and Emily Martin with six blocks.

In the JV match, GM won it 25-14, 25-8.

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