Blue Ridge’s girls’ volleyball team took a 3-0 win over Montrose on the road Thursday after it grabbed a 3-2 win over Susquehanna on Tuesday at home.
On Thursday, Blue Ridge grabbed a 25-21 win in the first game, before taking a 26-24 win in the second game to make it 2-0.
The Raiders then notched the win with a 25-13 victory in the third game over the Meteors.
Kaitlyn Krug had seven aces and seven kills and Ashley Warren had five assists to lead the Raiders. Lexa Smith added five kills.
For Montrose, Katie Swingle had eight kills, Marissa Robinson had nine assists and five digs and Brooke Malloy had five digs and three kills.
In the first game, Blue Ridge beat the Sabers 25-11 before Susquehanna battled to make it 1-1 with a 25-17 victory.
In the third game, Blue Ridge took back the lead with a 25-18 win, and again the Sabers tied the score with a 25-23 victory in the fourth game.
However, Blue Ridge capped off the win with a 15-10 victory in the fifth and final game.
Krug had four blocks, five aces and five kills and Warren had nine assists and four aces for Blue Ridge. Courtney Ucci chipped in two aces and 10 kills.
For Susquehanna, Danielle Barnes had five kills and six aces, Mary Kemmerer had five kills and two blocks and Devin Breese had four kills and five aces for Susquehanna.
Mountain View’s Lady Eagle volleyball team took a 3-0 loss from Lackawanna Trail at home on Tuesday evening.
In the first game, Trail got off to a 25-19 win before taking the second game with another 25-19 win to bring the tally to 2-0.
In the final game, Trail knocked Mountain View 25-13 to bring home the victory.
Kayla Kazmierski had eight kills, Melissa Monahan had six kills and Christina Voorheis had 10 assists for the Eagles.
The Forest City girls’ volleyball team took a 3-1 victory over Susquehanna on the road Thursday, but faced a 3-1 loss at Dunmore on Tuesday.
On Thursday, Forest City took a 25-17 victory over the Sabers in the first game, before Susquehanna would come back with a 25-18 win in the second game to tie it up at one win apiece.
In the third game, the Foresters grabbed a 25-17 win to regain the lead and capped off the night with a 25-16 victory in the final game.
Kiersten Collins had 15 kills and two blocks, Jessica Strickland made seven kills and six digs and Courtney Andrews added 19 assists and six kills to pace Forest City.
Ashley Sweeney and Katelyn Halesky led Susquehanna with three kills apiece.
In the first game, Dunmore got off to a strong start beating the Foresters 25-21, before taking a 25-13 win over the Foresters in the second game.
Forest City battled back to a 25-23 victory in the third game, before Dunmore finished it off with a 25-13 victory in the final game.
Andrews had 14 assists and two kills, Sarah Forsette had five kills, two blocks and seven assists and Collins had seven kills and four blocks for the Foresters.
The Montrose Lady Meteors faced Western Wayne to a 3-1 loss in a game played on the road on Tuesday evening.
In the first game, Western Wayne started strong with a 25-20 victory before Montrose tied things up, topping the Wildcats 25-23 in the second game.
Western Wayne then took a 25-19 win in the third game, and finished off the Meteors with a 25-12 win in the fourth game.
Katie Swingle had eight kills and Brooke Malloy had six digs for Montrose.
Elk Lake’s girls’ volleyball team faced a 3-0 shutout from Lackawanna Trail on the road on Thursday.
Facing Trail, the Lions got off to a hot start taking a 25-8 victory over the Warriors in the first game, followed by a 25-19 win in the second game.
The Lions then finished off the game with a 25-16 win over the Warriors in the final game.
Elk Lake’s Carley Bennett had four kills and two digs while Cassie VanEtten had four assists and two kills and six points.