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October 13, 2012

Fort Hill outlasts Mountain Ridge

FROSTBURG — Fort Hill edged Mountain Ridge on the road Thursday, 16-25, 25-17, 25-14, 15-25, 15-7, led by 20 digs and 10 service points from Ra’Shanna Middleton.

Troie York served 12 points with 10 kills. Alyssia Whitacre racked up 35 assists. Sarah Lowery recorded 13 kills and eight blocks. Sierra Minnick had 30 digs and Erin Amoruso had 18 for Fort Hill.

Mountain Ridge was led by Allie Hawkins with 12 points, 32 assists and 18 digs. Shae Winner also had 18 digs with nine points and 18 kills.

Mountain Ridge won the jayvee match, 25-13, 25-15. Addie Lauder and Rachel Grabenstein served 10 points for the Miners. Skylar Barbe served eight points and Madi Stepp added three kills for Fort Hill.

Mountain Ridge drops to 8-3 and hosts Salisbury Monday at 7:30 p.m. Fort Hill is 10-1 and will host Allegany Tuesday at 7 p.m.

 

Allegany 3, Keyser 1

CUMBERLAND — Allegany defeated Southern on the road on Wednesday, then came back on Thursday to beat Keyser at home, 26-24, 19-25, 25-22 and 25-16 .

For the Campers, Alexis Robinette had seven points, three aces, three digs, two assists, 17 hits and 12 kills, Samantha Uphold had nine hits, three assists, and four digs, Brianna Benko nine points, five assists, 10 digs, six hits and seven kills, and Kylan O’Baker six hits, eight kills and seven blocks.

Keyser won the junior varsity match, 25-17 and 25-17. For Allegany, Danielle Foye had a hit, four kills and two blocks, and Carmen Love an ace, four hits, two kills and a block.

Allegany defeated Southern Wednesday night at Southern, 14-25, 25-19, 25-9 and 25-21.

Benko had 18 points, nine aces, five digs, two hits, a kill and a block for Allegany. Robinette had 10 points, six aces, two assists, nine hits, three kills and a block, and Alexis Mauzy 11 points six aces, a dig and a hit.

For Southern, Sara Sweitzer was in with 12 points, five aces and two kills. Brooke Spiker had four points and four assists, Natalie Arnold six points, three aces and two kills, Lauren Francillon two points, two kills and blocks, and Becca Lee four points, three assists and an ace.

Allegany also won the junior varsity match, 25-21 and 25-20. Carmen Love had six aces, six hits, two kills and a block, and Syndey Thompson three assists, nine points, three aces and four digs. Brianna Evans had four points, two aces and five digs for Southern, and Logan Miller four points, an ace and four digs.

Allegany (3-9) will host Frankfort on Monday. Southern (4-6) hosts Northern Wednesday, Oct. 17, in a Pink-Out game to support Breast Cancer Awareness.

 

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