Sheffield rallies in fourth set to beat Brockway

Trailing 24-17 in the fourth set against visiting Brockway on Thursday, Sheffield coach Melissa Lemay knew her team would have to play mistake-free in order to win.

They did.

Marissa Grubbs recorded 7-straight service points as the Wolverines rallied for a 27-25 win to take the match 3-1 – 18-25, 25-21, 25-13, 27-25.

“They did not give up,” Lemay said of her team. “They battled.”

This gave Sheffield a season sweep of Brockway, but Lemay noted the improvement she saw in their opponent.

“Brockway is much improved from the team we played just a week ago,” she said. “There’s nothing more dangerous than playing a team that you beat.”

Leading Sheffield were Mya Grubbs (7 service points, 7 kills, 31 assists), Eliza Davidson (12 kills), Marissa Grubbs (16 service points, 6 kills) and Lexi Lyon (12 service points, 11 kills, 5 blocks).

The JV team fell in three – 25-21, 23-25, 14-16.

“They were right there,” Lemay said.

Megan Johnson (9 service points, 7 aces, 8 assists) and Lily Lauffenberger (7 service points, 5 kills) paced Sheffield.

The Wolverines return to action on Monday, traveling to Ridgway.

“Hopefully we can take this momentum and go play with a chip on our shoulder,” Lemay said.


Eisenhower hit the road on Thursday and fell to Seneca in three – 25-15, 25-20, 25-9.

Leading the Lady Knights were Cameran Edwards (3 kills), Currie Hultman (3 kills, 9 digs) and Crystal Work (7 digs).

“After a very frustrating Tuesday, we put together a new rotation,” said Eisenhower coach Scott Olson. “We passed well, but we still have a lot of unforced errors.”

Delaney Chase and Britany Smith each had two kills in the 2-0 JV setback.

15-25, 20-25, 9-25

Very frsutrating Tuesday, put together a new rotation, passed well, but still have a lot of unforced errors.

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Union City topped Youngsville 25-12, 25-16, 25-10 on Thursday.

Kamryn Weissinger (5 service points in first game), Alyssa Molek (10 service points), Emma Marino (4 digs) and Amber McAfoose (2 kills, 2 blocks) led the Lady Eagles.

“We were a little flat,” said Youngsville coach Barb Lutton. “Hoping to see a little more improvement.”

The JV team also fell, 25-8, 25-11.

Mallory Sherrard (3 killsl, 6 service points) and Victoria Bull (2 digs) led YHS.

“We’re still working on communication and teamwork,” Lutton said.

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Tidioute volleyball fell to Forest Area in three sets on Thursday, 25-15, 27-25, 25-12.

Leading TCCS were Greysen fors (1 ace, 6 assists), Ariel Meece (1 ace), Brook Martin (3 kills, 1 dig), Shelby Proctor (7 digs), Nakiesha Krouse (1 ace, 3 kills, 2 digs) and Jenna Hunt (1 ace, 1 kill, 2 digs).

Forest also won the JV match, 25-9, 25-17.

Meece (1 ace, 1 kill), Martin (2 aces, 1 kill, 2 assists), Kelsey Nuttal (4 aces, 1 kill, 4 assists), Proctor (3 kills, 1 ace), Krouse (2 kills), Hunt (4 aces, 1 kill), Paige Zofcin (1 ace) and Eveylen Aker (3 aces) paced the Lady Bulldogs.