Blue Ridge sweeps week

Blue Ridge's Hunter Heeman (#13) soars above the net to deliver one of her 12 kills versus Lackawanna Trail this season. Heeman was named to the area's All Region team and was selected Lackawanna League All Star. Photo by Ed King.

The Blue Ridge train kept rolling as the Lady Raiders tallied back to back

Blue Ridge’s Alison Marshman prepares a set during the Lady Raiders’ match with Lackawanna Trail. Marshman had 23 assists as Blue Ridge won 3-0. Photo by Ed King.

sweeps to stay within league-leading Western Wayne.

Blue Ridge rolled over Lackawanna Trail 3-0 behind Alyssa Sherwood’s 16 points and six kills.

Hunter Heeman chipped in with 12 kills and Allison Marshman had 23 assists for the Lady Raiders. Lydia Andusko had 10 digs.

The Lady Raiders had another sweep later in the week with a 3-0 win over Mountain View.

Blue Ridge’s Cassidy Howe (#24) blocks a Lackawanna Trail kill attempt as Alyssa Sherwood (#25) assists during their match last week Sherwood had 16 points and six kills as the Lady Raiders defeated Trail 3-0. Photo by Ed King.

Sherwood manned the net for Blue Ridge with 16 kills to go along with eight points including three aces. Heeman added 15 points and six kills while Marshman had 22 assists to go with her five points and four kills. Breanna Post chipped in with nine points, seven kills and six digs.

Tasha Shay led Mountain View with eight assists while Alyza Ransom had four aces.

Blue Ridge traveled to Susquehanna last night and will host Western Wayne on Thursday in a much-anticipated rematch.

Montrose rallied from a 2-1 deficit to win the final two games 25-15 and 15-10 to deny Elk Lake their first league win.

Jessie Fassler had 26 assists and six aces to lead Montrose. Tayler Diaz chipped in with six kills and Macey Schillinger had nine digs along with five aces for the Lady Meteors.

Amanda Voll led Elk Lake with six digs and five kills and Warner contributed seven aces. Amelia Comley had seven digs.

A slow start doomed Montrose in their 3-0 loss to Dunmore.

Fassler again paced the Lady Meteors with 10 assists and three digs while Tierstan Newhart chipped in with seven points and two kills. Maisie Porter added three digs and two kills.

Forest City defeated Elk Lake 3-1 behind Brooke Staples’ 14 assists and nine kills from Kara Kelly

After losing the first two sets the Lady Warriors forced a fourth game with a 26-24 win in game three.

Olivia Voll had 12 assists and nine points to lead Elk Lake. Allana Warner chipped in with 10 points and Anna Comly had seven kills.

Meghan Kiernan’s triple double led Susquehanna to a 3-2 win over Forest City as the Sabers won the deciding game 15-9.

Kiernan finished with 14 points, 12 digs and 11 kills to lead Susquehanna. Bethany Burns had 10 points, eight digs and seven kills while Leah Place chipped in with 13 assists.

Staple had 17 assists and six kills to pace Forest City while Kelly had 10 digs and seven kills and Brianna Cahoon chipped in with six kills.

Susquehanna fell to Lackawanna Trail 3-1. Kiernan had 14 digs and eight kills to lead Susquehanna and Burns added seven kills and five blocks.

Western Wayne remained undefeated at the top of the division after cruising to a sweep of Forest City.

Staple had six assists while Kelly, Cahoon, and Riley Bossick each had two kills.

Dunmore swept Mountain View 3-0 behind a combined 13 kills from Madison Cruser and Jordyn Marichak.

Rachel Gerfin paced Mountain View with six kills and blocks while McKenzie Wilbur added five kills.

Elk Lake continued its tough week with as the Lady Warriors were swept by Abington Heights behind Adele Hollander’s 18 points.

Warner had five digs and two kills for the Lady Warriors and Amanda Voll had four digs and two kills.

And Friday night Lackawanna Trail spoiled Elk Lake’s Homecoming game with a 3-2 win.

Warner and Amanda Voll combined for 17 digs and Lily Decker had seven kills for Elk Lake.

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