The Clay Panthers picked up a pair of wins in consecutive days to improve to 16-5 overall and 11-2 in SOC I play.
Clay began the week with a straight set victory over the New Boston Tigers.
Jensen Warnock led the Panthers’ efforts with 16 kills and 16 digs. Dealnie Gilliland and Lynlee Wells also had strong offensive nights, recording 15 and six kills respectively.
Lila Brown racked up the assists, recording 36 on the night.
After beating New Boston, Clay won a three set match over the Western Indians Tuesday evening.
Warnock once again led the Panther effort with 17 kills and 16 digs. She also served up two aces. Delanie Gilliland and Taylor Lewis also contributed to Clay’s offense with 14 and 10 kills respectively.
Defensively, Jaelyn Warnock recorded 15 digs while Brown contributed with 12 digs. Brown also came away with 38 more assists.
Clay def. New Boston 25-11, 25-20, 25-19
Clay def. Western 25-13, 25-21, 25-20
Wheelersburg 3, Waverly 0
The Wheelersburg Pirates beat the Waverly Tigers in straight sets Tuesday night.
Ellie Ruby led the defensive effort for the Pirates, recording 28 digs and seven points. Makayla Akers had a strong performance at both ends of the floor, recording 17 kills and 10 digs. Abbie Kallner chipped in with 38 assists, 15 digs and contributed 15 points.
Wheelersburg is now 17-3 overall and 13-0 in conference play. The Pirates will face West at home Thursday for senior night.
Notre Dame 3, Eastern 0
The Notre Dame Titans improved to 19-1 and 13-0 in conference play after beating the Eastern Eagles in straight sets.
Lexi Smith led the Titans with 22 kills and two blocks. Hagen Schaefer once again got her teammates involved as she notched 27 assists.
Defensively, Emma Monroe led Notre Dame with 14 kills while Sophia Hassel finished the night with 10 digs.
Notre Dame def. Eastern 25-10, 25-11, 25-12.
West 3, Oak Hill 0
The West Senators beat the Oak Hill Oaks in straight sets on senior night Tuesday.
West was led by Terra Butcher who recorded 11 kills. Hannah Dixon and Madison Williams recorded six and five kills respectively.
Kayleigh Coleman recorded 23 assists in the victory.
Defensively, Coleman and Gracie Evans led the Senators with eight digs a piece.
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