Warren County Christian volleyball gets another win

Warren County Christian School improved to 11-0 with a sweep of Erie Bethel on Tuesday, 25-12, 25-8, 25-15.

Leading the way were Desirae Kerr (15 service points, 2 aces, 1 block, 1 kill, 7 assists), Lydia Cox (5 service points, 1 kill, 2 digs), Allison Weidner (2 service points, 2 blocks, 4 kills, 1 dig), Becca Erdman (10 service points, 6 aces, 6 assists), Rachel Brenner (5 service points, 5 aces, 1 block, 8 kills, 2 digs), Kelsey Kelley (4 service points, 1 ace, 5 digs), Allie Marino (6 service points, 2 aces, 2 kill, 1 assist), Rachel Beatty (1 ace, 1 kill, 4 assists), Emma Marino (1 service point, 4 kills, 2 digs) and McKenna Phelps (1 kill).

The JV team is now 13-0 after a 2-0 (25-16, 25-15) triumph.

Emma Marino (17 service points, 9 aces, 4 kills), Rachel Beatty (2 service points, 1 ace, 1 kill, 7 assists), McKenna Phelps (2 service points, 1 ace, 2 kills), Gracia Clark (3 service points, 1 ace, 2 kills), Kiara Baker (2 service points) and Ellie Beatty (3 service points) paced the Lady Lions.

WCCS hosts Forest Area on Thursday to wrap up the regular season, with the New Penn Christian Conference Tournament slated for Saturday at Erie First, where they will be seeded first.


KANE – Sheffield was ahead in all three sets Tuesday against Kane, but couldn’t hold off the Lady Wolves in a 22-25, 17-25, 17-25 Allegheny Mountain League loss.

Mya Grubbs had eight service points, five assists and three kills to lead Sheffield while Claire Pierson added nine service points.

“Kane is a very, very tall team,” said Sheffield coach Melissa Lemay. “We were doing a pretty good job staying in the system and trying to run our offense, but we were just getting blocked left and right.”

The Lady Wolverines were limited to just 10 kills in the match.

Sheffield’s JV team won in a sweep, 25-11 and 26-24. Marissa Grubbs had 14 service points.

The Lady Wolverines travel to Elk County Catholic on Thursday, then return home to host Ridgway for senior recognition night on Thursday, October 27.


The Lady Eagles were swept by Cochranton in three games, 4-25, 11-25 and 2-25 in Region 3 volleyball action Tuesday at Youngsville High School.

“Cochranton is another very respected team with a respected coaching staff,” said Youngsville coach Barb Lutton. “Their serving was very good, obviously we had difficulty with serve receive.”

The Lady Eagles combined for 18 digs and eight blocks as a team, while Jada Rounds led the way individually with five service points.

Cochranton is the seventh-ranked Class 1A team in the state according to the most recent Pennsylvania Volleyball Coaches Association poll. The Lady Cardinals are now 10-2 with their only losses coming against Region 3 leader Maplewood.

Youngsville (1-12 overall, 1-11 in Region 3) hosts Maplewood on Thursday for senior night. Maplewood is ranked fifth in the state with a perfect 12-0 record.

The Lady Eagles were also swept in the junior varsity match, 7-25 and 12-25. Allexa Morgan and Erin Dunn both finished with five digs and a kill.

“We continue improving even though the scores might not show it,” said Youngsville JV coach Michelle Johnson. “We’ve played tough teams the last few weeks who have excellent programs.”


Eisenhower fell to a strong Cambridge Springs team 10-25, 9-25, 8-25.

“You play against a big, strong team like that, you get a little intimidated I suppose,” said Eisenhower coach Ashlee Sprandle.

Currie Hultman had seven digs, three kills, two assists and an ace.

The JV game went three sets, with Cambridge earning a 2-1 win, 15-25, 25-17, 11-15.