WCCS volleyball sweeps CLA

Warren County Christian School swept Christian Life Academy 25-8, 25-13 and 25-18 at home Monday.

Makena Phelps had 20 service points, including 10 aces, in the win.

“They were like a deer in headlights with her,” WCCS coach Mark Brenner said. “She was spotting (her serves) in the right place.”

Rachel Brenner had eight kills, seven service points with five aces and four digs, while Lydia Koch had seven kills, six service points with three aces and two digs and Becca Erdman had 10 service points with three aces, eight assists and three digs in the win.

WCCS travels to take on Erie First Thursday.

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The Warren County Christian School junior varsity team defeated Christian Life Academy 25-8 and 25-9.

Rachel Beaty had nine service points with seven aces and six assists, Makena Phelps had nine service points with four aces, five kills and a dig and Kiara Baker had eight service pionts with four aces, three kills, a block and a dig.

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RIDGWAY – Sheffield hit the road to take on a tough Ridgway team and came up on the short end of a 3-0 decision – 14-25, 22-25, 14-25.

“We were just flat tonight,” said Sheffield coach Melissa Lemay, whose team was coming off a win over Brockway.

“We struggled at times with passing and when you can’t pass you can’t run your offense.”

Leading Sheffield were Mya Grubbs with 14 assists and Eliza Davidson with 11 service points, 10 digs and five kills.

“Ridgway is a strong team,” Lemay said. “We got down 20-12 in the second game and came back to take a 22-20 lead, but they came back and won. This team isn’t quitting when they’re down, the issue sometimes is not getting down like that.”

The JV team fell 17-25, 13-25. Lily Lauffenberger had three service points – all aces.

Sheffield will now have two days of practice before returning to action on Thursday at Johnsonburg.