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September 11, 2013

Southern rally tops Allegany

OAKLAND — Rachel Warnick served for a team-high 13 service points and Lauren Francillon had a big all-around match with eight points, nine kills, 14 digs and four blocks to rally Southern to a 3-2 win over Allegany in high school volleyball Tuesday night.

The Campers (0-1) won the first two sets 25-17, 25-16 but the Rams (2-0) roared back with 25-18 and 25-15 wins, then won the fifth 15-12.

Katie Bowman added 11 points and an ace, Nicole McClosky had 16 digs and Warnick had five kills for Southern.

Anya Murray led Allegany with eight kills, four blocks and 11 assists while Jordan Hare had five aces and 14 digs and Briana Benko three aces, six kills and seven digs.

Allegany won the jayvee match 25-13, 19-25, 15-13 with Autumn Holt leading the way with nine aces and 11 assists.

Morgan Winegardner had 12 points, six aces, two kills and seven digs; Lauryn Moon eight points, seven aces, and three digs; Jordyn Sines seven points, two aces and seven assists; and Alex Butina seven points for Southern.

On Thursday, Southern hosts Petersburg and Allegany will entertain Bishop Walsh.

Fort Hill 3, Bishop Walsh 0

CUMBERLAND — Sarah Lowery tallied 20 points, seven kills and seven aces to lead Fort Hill to start the season with a sweep of Bishop Walsh in Appalachian Mountain Athletic Conference volleyball.

The Sentinels slammed their way to a 25-3 win in the opener and a 25-9 win in the the second game. They finished the night with a 25-7 showing.

Sierra Minnick had 10 points and six aces, Haley Wolfe added 14 assists and Danielle Hershiser finished with four kills and two assists. Rachel Alderton contributed four kills.

For the Spartans (0-5), Andrea Conpalei and Nicole Ross finished with three digs each.

Fort Hill (1-0) plays at Mountain Ridge on Thursday. Bishop Walsh is at Northern today at 6 p.m.

Hampshire 3, Mountain Ridge 1

FROSTBURG  — Hampshire rallied to win the final three games after dropping the first to hand Mountain Ridge a loss in its season debut.

The Miners managed a 25-20 win in the opener, but the Trojans rebounded to win the next three games by the same score, 25-22.

Ericka Gordon recorded 13 kills, Amber Hott added 14 digs and Katie LaFollette finished with 14 digs.

Molly Winner  led the Miners with 16 points 9 kills. Emily Lutton added 19 digs and Addie Lauder added 29 assists.

The Trojans also won the jayvee game, 2-1, with Taylor Long getting 15 digs and Miranda Clark getting eight kills.

Avery Bridges had 13 points for Mountain Ridge, which lost the first game 25-23, won the second 25-15 and dropped the third 16-14.

Hampshire (4-3) plays a tri-match with Frankfort and Hyndman on Thursday in Short Gap, W.Va. The Miners host Fort Hill on Thursday.

Frankfort third at Oak Glen

OAK GLEN, W.Va. — Taylor Sisk had a team high 44 kills, Sarah Dayton had 97 assists and Autumn Dishman piled up 116 digs in a long day of volleyball as Frankfort placed third in the Oak Glen Tournament on Saturday.

The Falcons went 3-2 in round robin play, beating Wheeling Park 18-25, 25-21, 25-19, Trinity 25-17, 25-15, and Brooke 25-23, 25-13. The losses were to defending Class AA state champion Oak Glen 25-13, 25-15 and Parkersburg South 23-25, 25-20, 22-25.

In the tournament semifinals, Frankfort lost in three sets again to Parkersburg South, this time by 15-25, 26-24 and 25-20 scores.

Sarah Appel had a triple-double for the Falcons with 43 assists, 37 digs and 22 service points. Dayton had 87 assists, 31 digs, 16 points and four aces, Dishman 116 digs and 38 points and Cassidy Cosner 28 points, 16 kills and eight blocks. Kayla Rowe had 29 points, 11 aces, 38 kills and nine blocks, Jessi Dayton seven points and 21 kills and Caroline Timbrook 15 points and 49 digs. Sisk added six blocks, Madi Pfaff and Sarah Whiteman had 11 kills and Courtney Helmstetter 48 digs.

Frankfort will host Hampshire and Hope for Hyndman Charter on Thursday at 5 p.m.

Southern 3, Northern    1

OAKLAND — Micheala Bush, Becca Lee and Katie Bowman combined for 35 service points in leading Southern over Northern in its season opener Monday.

Northern won the opening set 25-18 before Southern reeled off three in a row by scores of 25-17, 25-15 and 25-19.

Bush had a match-high 15 service points with 10 aces, five kills and eight assists. Lee and Bowman had 10 service points each, with Lee in with five aces and 12 assists, and Bowman with seven aces. Kambrie Bosley added nine points for the Rams.

For Northern, Nicole Stanczyk had eight service points and three aces. Rhianna Dodge had seven service points, five aces and 14 assists. Natalie Johnson had seven points, one ace, four kills, three digs and a block, and Lilly Sweitzer six points, four aces, six kills and three digs.

Northern won the jayvee match 15-25, 27-25 and 15-12. Jackie Chapman had nine service points, Erin Baechtel and Kendra Friend seven service points each, and Madison Rush six. Morgan Winegardner had 11 service points for Southern.

The Huskies make their home debut tonight against Bishop Walsh.

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