Girls’ volleyball wrap-up

Montrose’s Brooke Mallory gets some air at Dimock on Friday during a matchup with Elk Lake that the Meteors lost, 3-0. PHOTO COURTESY OF KRIS MORAHAN

Mountain View

Mountain View’s girls’ volleyball team took a 3-1 victory over Dunmore’s Bucks in a game at home on Thursday evening.

In the first game, Dunmore got ahead with a 25-15 victory over the Eagles, before Mountain View would even up the score with a 25-16 win to make it 1-1.

In the third game, the Eagles took a 25-21 win to make it 2-1, and capped off the victory with a 25-18 win in the final game.

Kayla Kazmierski had 21 kills and four blocks while Melissa Monahan had seven kills and Christina Voorheis had 13 assists.

Forest City

Forest City’s girls’ volleyball team picked up a 3-1 win over Western Wayne on the road on Thursday evening.

In the first game, Western Wayne got off to a 1-0 lead over the Foresters before they would rally back with a 25-21 win in the second game and a 25-16 win in the third to bring the tally to 2-1.

The Foresters then finished off the Wildcats with a 25-11 victory in the fourth game.

Kiersten Collins had four blocks and 13 kills and Kiana Marcho had 17 digs to lead Forest City. Courtney Andrews chipped in with six kills and 17 assists.


Susquehanna’s Saber girls’ volleyball team faced a 3-0 loss from Lackawanna Trial on Thursday after it picked up a 3-0 win over Elk Lake on the road on Tuesday.

On Thursday, Lackawanna Trial got ahead 1-0 after the first game with a 25-10 win, before making it 2-0 with a 25-19 win over the Sabers in the second game.

Trail then capped off the night with a 25-16 victory in the final game.

Ashley Sweeney had three assists and one kill for Susquehanna.

In the first game, Susquehanna won 25-14 over the Warriors, before taking a 25-10 victory in the second game to bring it to 2-0.

In the third game, the Sabers then took a 25-15 win to cap off a successful night.

Danielle Barnes had five aces, three kills and 20 points and Kaitlyn Halesky had 10 aces and 26 points to lead the Sabers. Devin Breese chipped in with four kills and one ace and Ashley Sweeney had three kills.

For Elk Lake, Carley Bennett led the way with four kills, seven digs and one block.

Blue Ridge

Blue Ridge’s girls’ volleyball team faced a tough loss from Western Wayne, 3-2, at home on Tuesday evening.

In the first game, Western Wayne took the lead with a 26-24 victory before winning the second game, 25-14, to make it 2-0.

However, Blue Ridge fought back taking a 25-9 win in the third game and a 25-19 win in the fourth game to bring it to 2-2.

Western Wayne then edged Blue Ridge in the final game, 15-5, to take the win.

Kaitlyn Krug had 10 aces, two kills and one block, Ashley Warren had nine assists, four kills and two aces and Courtney Ucci had eight kills, three aces and one block for Blue Ridge.

Elk Lake

Elk Lake’s girls’ volleyball team took a 3-0 win over Montrose on the road Friday.

On Friday, Elk Lake took a 25-12 win in the first game, before taking a 25-22 win in the second game to take a 2-0 lead.

In the third game, The Warriors finished off the victory with a 25-12 win.

The Warriors were led by Chelsea Karabin with three kills, five assists, three aces and 19 points and Cassie VanEtten with five assists and 15 points.

Carley Bennett had five kills, 11 digs and eight points while Mazie Tyler had four kills, two aces and 13 points for the Warriors.

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