Williamson volleyball sweeps Wellsboro
Williamson stayed unbeaten and notched another NTL West victory, defeating Wellsboro 25-16, 25-18, 25-21 on Thursday.
Williamson got 12 points and four aces from Kim Daugherty and Katie Haslund had 10 points, Lori Horton had nine kills and five blocks and Whitney Hurlburt had 10 points, eight kills, 13 receptions and eight digs.
Lindsea Jones had 26 assists and Sierra Magnotta had 11 receptions.
Wellsboro got 11 kills and 15 digs, with six points from Hannah Zuchowski and Maggie Smith had six kills and eight points, while Mackenzie Marple had five kills and 15 digs, with 12 assists. Alex Kurtz had 10 assists for Wellsboro.
Troy 3, Sayre 0
25-13, 25-16, 25-9
The Trojans clinched at least a share of the NTL East title on Thursday night and they can win the title outright with a victory Tuesday at Athens.
On Thursday Lynzi Rountree had two points, three digs and 11 assists, Taryn Hicks had 15 points, three aces, six kills, eight digs and an assist and Jordan Ellsworth had nine points, two blocks and two digs.
Kelsey Bristol had nine points, two aces, nine kills, two blocks, five digs and nine assists and Mikayla Bristol had five points, two aces, 12 kills, a block, two digs and an assist.
Courtney Woodward had a point, an ace and a dig, Haley Brown had nine points, two aces, a block, two digs and an assist and Kendra Lathrop had a kill and three blocks.
Sayre got seven assists from Shelby Vaughan and Brooke Wampole had three points, nine digs and two blocks, while Tia Archer had seven points, two digs and three kills.
Kaitlyn Tappan had six digs, Paige Wampole had two blocks, Shelby Coolbaugh had a point, six digs, two kills and a block and Maria Servedio had 11 digs.
Troy won the JV match 25-18, 25-17.
Faith Cryan had 15 points and eight aces, Abigail Storrs had 10 points and an ace, Kristin Kinner had eight points and three aces and Kara Vroman had a point.
Sayre got six points from Caitlyn Garrity and four points from Hannah Dixon.
Troy hosts their JV Tournament on Saturday and are at Athens on Tuesday.
Towanda 3, Wyalusing 0
25-11, 25-16, 25-21
The Black Knights got eight points, 32 assists, four digs and a kill from Alysha Grimes and 10 points, 14 kills and 16 digs from Alaina Wickwire, while Hailey Innocenzo had four points, 13 kills and 15 digs.
Alacia White had seven points, five kills, a block and two digs and Kayla Grimes had four points and three digs, while Emily Gorman had 12 points and 15 digs.
Sarah Dawsey had three points, a kill, three blocks and five digs and Paige Vanderpool had two kills and three blocks.
Wyalusing got seven kills and five assists from Erika Huffman and Christina Hons had four kills and 13 assists, while Joanna McGee had five kills. Roni Morrison had three kills and Jessica Carr had two kills.
Towanda won the JV match 25-15, 23-25, 15-11.
Samantha Peachey had nine points and four kills for Towanda, Morgan Johnson had six points and Roni Black had six points, three kills and a block.
Dawsey had six points and four kills, Kayla Brown had three points, 21 assists and a kill and Kayla Grimes had three points, nine kills and a block, while Tara Welliver had two points and five kills.
Wyalusing got eight assists from Maddy Eberlin and six from Danelle Salsman. Keon Copp had five kills, Brittany Hons had four kills and Mackenzie Krewson and Brooke Force had three kills each.
Wyalusing hosts Northeast Bradford on Tuesday.
Mansfield 3, Canton 1
25-14, 16-25, 25-8, 25-18
Canton got eight points, two aces, four kills and 11 digs from Kellsy Ross in the loss and Victoria Burguess had eight points, two aces and a block.
Kaylin Baker had five points, two aces and 17 digs, Maggy Machmer had four points, eight assists and nine digs and Chelsey Heatley had four points, eight kills, a block and 11 digs.
Mansfield won the JV match 22-25, 25-12, 15-9.
Pearl Hess had seven points and Cheyenne Fromile had six for Canton.
Canton is at Wellsboro on Tuesday.
Waverly 3, O-M 1
25-10, 23-25, 25-17, 25-16
Becca Morgan had 14 points, seven aces and seven kills for Waverly and Jordan Raupers had 12 points, six aces and 19 assists.
Erin Fagan had 12 kills and a block, Sam Mennig had eight points, 16 assists and 14 digs, Morgan Salsman had 16 digs and Dana Langdon had five points and five kills.
Waverly won the JV match 25-15, 25-5, 15-14.
Hannah Place had 20 points, nine aces and three kills, Courtney Chandler had 11 points, Angelica Hager had eight points and Karleigh VanNess had five digs.
Waverly's JV is at the Troy Tournament on Saturday and the Wolverines host Spencer Van-Etten on Wednesday.
Athens 3, NEB 0
25-21, 26-24, 25-19
Aleah Dudash had nine points, Taylor McDuffee had eight points and six kills and Searah Kennedy had seven points and 11 assists on Thursday.
Northeast Bradford had two aces and kill and Kayla Russell had three aces, a kill and two assists, while Jessica Uhouse had four aces and a block.
Mariah Everly had four kills, Michala Kuhlma had a kill and eight assists, Lu-Anne Antisdel had two aces, three kills and a dig and Mackenzie Moore and Kaitlin Brink each had an ace.
Athens won the JV match 25-15, 25-18.
Dudash had seven points and five aces, Sarah Munn had seven points and Taylor Lunger had five points.
Rheann Hilfiger had a kill and a dig for Northeast and Abby Hawley had two aces and four assists, while Carly Branch had two aces and two kills.
Moore had two aces and a kill, Macy Wilks had an ace and Allison Mosier had an assist.
Angela Jampo had a kill, Abby Cole had a kill and two assists and Russell had an ace and a kill.
Tioga 3, Watkins Glen 0
25-17. 25-19, 25-21
Malley Bowen had five points, two aces, 22 assists, three kills, a block and seven digs for Tioga and Kayla Mosher had four points, three digs and 12 kills.
Erika Bailey had nine points, eight kills and nine digs, Bry Godfrey had eight points, an ace, 13 digs and five kills and Donette Hutchison had 11 digs.
Watkins Glen got six points, an ace, six kills and 18 digs from Kayli Westervelt and Sarah Hazlitt had six digs, an ace and 10 assists, while Mikayla Elliott had seven points, an ace and 21 digs.
Tioga won the JV match 25-14, 25-21.
Sarah Heveland had 13 points, two kills and five digs, Liz Kunkler had nine points, five kills and two digs, Kennadi Lubertowicz had nine assists and five kills and Emily Rathke had 14 assists and two kills.