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October 11, 2013

Hornets harass Spartans, 3-0

CUMBERLAND — HOPE for Hyndman swept Bishop Walsh, 25-15, 25-15 and 25-10 Thursday at Bishop Walsh.

Kadie Cosgrove had 12 points, eight aces and five kills for HOPE for Hyndman and Sara Leydig had 13 points, fives aces and two kills.

Nicole Ross led Bishop Walsh with five points, three aces and three digs, while Sarah Rogers had five points with four aces, seven kills and five digs.

HOPE for Hyndman will host Paw Paw today, while Bishop Walsh will host Mountain Ridge on Monday.

Mtn. Ridge 3, Keyser 0

KEYSER, W.Va. — Mountain Ridge swept Keyser Wednesday night, 25-11, 25-14 and 25-8.

Kiersten Miller had 12 points, 13 kills and three aces for Mountain Ridge, while Addie Lauder had 11 points and five digs and Sarah Raines seven points, seven kills and three aces.

Katie Wiltison had four kills for Keyser and Kendall Keplinger three kills.

Mountain Ridge (8-2) will play Monday at Bishop Walsh. Keyser (7-5) will host Fort Hill on Tuesday.

Mountain Ridge won the junior varsity match, 26-24, 26-28 and 25-19. Kayla Stickley had nine points for Mountain Ridge and Gabby Long had 15 points and six digs for Keyser.

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