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Mansfield edges Wyalusing in five games.

By: The Review | Towanda Daily Review | September 7, 2011 | Photo courtesy The Review


Mansfield vs. Wyalusing Volleyball 2011The Mansfield Tigers earned a 3-2 victory over Wyalusing in volleyball action on Tuesday night.

Wyalusing won the first game 25-19, before Mansfield won the next two 25-23, 25-18. Wyalusing came back to force a fifth game with a 25-21 win, before the Tigers won the final game 15-9.

Mansfield was led by Marissa Tice with 15 points and Courtney Dibble with 11 digs and 15 points. Kelsey Tice had seven kills, Felicia Bolt had six kills and Garri Ogden finished with 13 points.

Wyalusing got 13 points, four aces, eight digs and nine assists from Christina Hons and Laci Holdren had 10 points, five kills and 10 digs, while Erika Huffman finished with eight points, four aces, eight kills, nine assists and eight digs.

Sarah Huffman had two aces, Jessica Carr had four kills, Erin Dean-Swank had four kills and Roni Morrison finished with 12 digs.

Mansfield won the junior varsity match 25-20, 24-26, 15-11.

Christina Jackson had six points and an ace for Wyalusing and Delana Szemple had six points, a dig, a kill and an assist.

Alicia Tewksbury finished with two points, three assists and two kills and Keon Copp had eight points and five assists, while Adrianna Vaskas had three points and Bailey Smith finished with four points.

Wyalusing hosts Athens on Thursday.

Athens 3, CV 1

25-19, 16-25, 25-21, 25-10

Brooke Maloney had 11 points, six aces and four digs for the Wildcats, while Jessica Beck had 10 points, three aces, three digs, 13 kills and a block.

Haleigh Waite had nine points, four aces, two digs, 21 assists and two kills and Abbie Beck had nine points, eight aces, three digs, two assists, a kill and a block, while Tori Kaigan-Kuykendall had eight points, four aces and a dig.

Searah Kennedy had three points, an ace and six kills, Hilary Crawford had four points, a dig and a kill, Emily Elsbury had two points, a dig, a kill and a block and Kaitlyn Serfass had four kills

Cowanesque Valley got 11 points from Renee Sauman and nine from Kaitlyn Koester.

The Indians won the junior varsity match 25-9, 25-16.

Maggi Mahonski had three points and Kristy Swain finished with two points for the Wildcats.

Athens is at Wyalusing on Thursday.

Troy 3, NEB 0

25-20, 25-10, 25-16

The Troy Trojans opened up NTL volleyball action with a 3-0 victory over Northeast Bradford on Tuesday.

Taryn Hicks had 18 points, four aces, seven kills and nine digs and Jenn Shedden had 19 points, seven aces, five kills, a block and a dig.

Courtney Woodworth had eight points, an ace, two kills, two digs and 18 assists and Mikayla Bristol finished with four points, an ace, nine kills, a block and four digs, while Kelsey Bristol had four points, two aces, six kills, a block, four digs and two assists.

Courtney Woodward had five digs, Kalie Pick had a kill and a dig, Jordan Ellsworth had a kill and an assist, Kendall Lathrup and Amelia Young each had a dig and Sarah Werner finished with one point.

The Panthers got a kill from Luanne Antisdel, while Michaela Kuhlman had two points, Courtney Emick finished with eight points, an ace and a kill and Kaitlin Brink had a point.

Aubri Mosier had six points and an ace, Mariah Everly had three points and an ace and Jessica Uhouse had six points and three kills.

Troy won the junior varsity match 25-23, 25-15.

Melissa Hulslander had a point and an ace, Kristn Kiner had two points and two aces, Samantha McCaslin had 14 points and three aces and Danielle Newman had three points and an ace.

Lynsey Rountree had three points, Jennifer Shults had two points and Kira Droman had three points.

Abbey Cole had three points for the Panthers, while Julia Williams had a point, Alison Mosier had three points and an ace and Abbey Hawley had a point. Mackenzie Moore had five points and two aces, Emily Russell had four points and two aces and Cierra Pipher had a kill.

Troy is at Galeton on Thursday.

Williamson 3, Canton 0

25-11, 25-22, 25-23

Williamson picked up the victory in the battle of the Warriors on Tuesday.

For Canton, Rachel Holmes had nine points, four aces, eight digs, three blocks and two kills, while Chelsey Heatley had a kill and Kaitlin Meyer had four kills.

Morgan Palmer finished with six points, two aces and 30 digs and Macie McMurray finished with four points, two aces, three assists, 13 digs and two kills.

Kellsy Ross had three points, seven digs and four kills and Bridget Tracy finished with two points, an ace and nine assists, while Michaela Gaiotti had three assists, 14 digs and a kill.

Canton is at Towanda on Thursday.

Tioga 3, Odessa-Montour 0

25-21, 25-13, 25-11

The Tigers went on the road and picked up the win to stay unbeaten on the season.

Jess Ramsey had 14 assists, nine points, seven aces and six kills and Raven Worthing had four points, two aces, four kills and one block.

Erika Bailey finished with five points, two aces, five kills and 13 assists in the win.

Taylor Carey had five kills for Odessa and Morgan Stermer had three blocks.

Tioga won the junior varsity match 25-17, 25-10.