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September 6, 2013

Calvary rallies to beat Grace

CRESAPTOWN — Down two games to one, Calvary rallied to take the final two games and stay undefeated by beating Grace 3-2 Friday afternoon in Mason-Dixon Christian Conference action.

Grace opened with a 25-18 win, but Calvary came back in the second game, 25-23. Grace retook the lead with a 25-20 game three before Calvary won 25-23 and 15-13 to improve to 4-0.

Kerenne Shaffer gave the Eagles 13 kills, nine digs and seven points with three aces. Shakayla Ganoe led the team with 22 assists and 17 points, along with an additional eight kills, four aces and three blocks. Karly Hipsley finished with seven blocks and seven kills.

The Eagles’ junior varsity team lost 2-1.

Calvary will play Cumberland Valley Christian School at home on Tuesday.

Paw Paw     3

Mountain View     0

PAW PAW, W.Va. — Paw Paw is off to a 2-0 start with a 25-22, 25-17, 25-20 sweep of Mountain View Christian at Paw Paw on Friday.

Andrea Rodriguez and Brandi Kidwell each had 12 service points. Rodriguez also had three kills. Kidwell added five kills and three aces, Brook Shell served six points with one ace and two kills. Alivia Snyder and Jessica Willis served five points each.

Paw Paw will look to stay unbeaten when it hosts Calvary on Thursday at 6 p.m.

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