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Senior sweep

Warren knocks off Franklin in volleyball

Times Observer Photo by Jon Sitler Warren seniors Jordan Sitler and Hannah Shattuck go up to block during a 3-0 Senior Night sweep of Franklin on Tuesday at Warren Area High School.

The Warren girls volleyball team celebrated Senior Night in style on Tuesday, claiming a 25-10, 25-10, 25-13 win over Franklin.

Meredith Morrison had four aces and one dig for the winners; Olivia English four kills and one ace; Carly Beers seven kills; Isabel Wortman two kills and two digs; Jordan Sitler five kills and two blocks; Lauren Dolan one ace and four assists; Hannah Shattuck three aces, eight kills and two digs; Katie Madigan five aces, 12 digs and two assists; Ellie Irwin one kill and one dig; Kylei Fehlman four kills; Cara Munskgard four kills; Halee Mineweaser three kills, four digs and 29 assists; and Jayna Baldensperger two aces.

Seniors English, Shattuck, Sitler and Morrison were all honored.

“All four not only played a pivotal role in the win tonight, but have been terrific leaders and players throughout their time with Warren volleyball,” coach Mike Dolan said.

Warren won the junior varsity contest, 25-20, 25-23, thanks to 17 digs from Summer Lucks; six kills from Kylie Fehlman; three kills and one block by Kirsten Johnson; 10 assists by Lauren Dolan; two kills and three digs by Lexi Hoffman; and three digs by Bailey Roudybush.

KNIGHTS FALL AT SAEGERTOWN

SAEGERTOWN — Host Saegertown was a 25-7, 25-18, 25-14 winner over Eisenhower (0-3) in District 10 Region 3 volleyball action.

Emilie Jones had six kills, four points and two aces; Rayna Hultman four kills and 10 assists; and Paige Edwards added six digs for Eisenhower.

Saegertown claimed the junior high matchup, 25-13, 25-15.

Faith Donnell had eight points and Jalynn Bimber seven points for Eisenhower.

MONDAY

SHEFFIELD SUFFERS ROAD LOSS

NEW BETHLEHEM — The Sheffield varsity fell 25-14, 25-19, 25-14 to the Redbank Valley Bulldogs on Monday evening.

“We struggled defensively,” said Sheffield Head Coach Melissa Lemay. “Slow to react, caught flat-footed many times.”

Sheffield posted 13 kills, but also 12 attack errors and six blocking errors, unforced errors that Lemay knows needs to be cleaned up going forward.

“This was only our second match, so we have a lot of time to improve those skills,” Lemay said. “I was so pleased with varsity’s serving. We only had three missed serves all night.”

Lynzie Grubbs had four kills and two blocks while Kadence Steffan had 10 assists.

The Wolverines will be on the road again Thursday as they face off against Union/Allegheny-Clarion Valley.

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