Braves get Vikings in five, BC holds onto top spot in MSL, Mustangs beat Red Streaks 3-1

While Logan Elm won the first two sets, it needed all five to pick up a win over visiting Teays Valley Tuesday night.

The Braves won the match 25-19, 26-24, 22-25, 23-25, 15-13. 

Claire King led the Braves with 16 kills while Addison Smith had 12 and Adelyn Smith added eight.

Lynsay Vanhoose had 36 digs to go with three service aces. Sadie Binkley had 18 digs and Kiannah Ingram had 11.

Hannah Rhoads had 42 of LE’s 45 assists.

Baileigh Rieder led TV with 16 kills and added three blocks. Kennedy Younkin had 12 kills to go with seven blocks and three digs. Allie Carte had 10 kills and 17 digs, Brianna Helser had 10 kills and three digs and Jenna Pence had five kills and four blocks. 

Tessa Bradley had 22 assists for the Vikings, served up three aces and had 10 digs. Kendall Burgett had 21 assists and 12 digs and Ellie Tatman had 20 digs and eight assists. Brenna Carothers contributed 12 digs.

Circleville’s Gabby McConnell with a set during Tuesday’s match up at Bloom-Carroll. (photos courtesy Scott Iles Photography)

Bulldogs sweep Tigers

CARROLL – Bloom-Carroll stayed unbeaten in league play Tuesday night with a clean sweep of visiting Circleville.

BC was a 25-23, 25-21, 25-15 winner over the Tigers. 

Corinne Knapp led BC with 13 kills and Katie Marshall had eight.

Madison Lacy had 39 assists for BC.

Westfall takes Piketon 3-1

WILLIAMSPORT – After dropping the first set 17-25, Westfall rebounded to defeat visiting Piketon in the final three sets 25-14, 25-18, 25-17.

Aubrey Clark led the Mustangs with 18 kills, Karli Thornton had 11 and Lauryn Blackburn had nine.

Jaylyn Wippel was 25-25 on serves with seven aces. 

Thornton had 16 digs, Blackburn and Delana Landefeld each had 12, and Leah Johnston had 11.

Wippel had 43 assists for the Mustangs.

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