Class A top-ranked Gull Lake held off Lakeview on Wednesday, wrapping up their second straight Southwestern Michigan Athletic Conference East Division title.
The Blue Devils won by scores of 25-21, 25-14, 23-25 and 25-14.
Gull Lake (43-4, 7-0 SMAC East) was led by Leah Perri with 16 kills and six blocks; Katie Schau had 45 assists and three aces; and Courtney Senkewitz had 11 digs.
Lakeview (25-15, 5-2 SMAC East) was led by Casey Looper with nine kills, three aces and two blocks; Macy McCullough had eight kills and one block; Hannah Emery had eight kills and 10 digs; Julia Miller had 16 assists; Madelyn Drikakis had 14 digs; Payton Moore had 12 assists, four aces and one block; and Julie Haring had four kills.
Harper Creek 3, (At) Battle Creek Central 0: Harper Creek defeated Battle Creek Central, 25-12, 25-10, 25-12 to improve to 18-22-10 on the season.
The Beavers were led by Kim Kusler with five digs, three kills, three aces and three blocks; Heather Rauch haf six aces, three kills and three digs; and Kaycee Klaren added five kills.
Battle Creek Central was led by Makyla Robinson with seven digs and one ace; Madison Jackson and Emma Stagner had three kills each; Halie Hampton had 11 assists and Cykarah Pierce had one block.
(At) Pennfield 3, Galesburg-Augusta 0: Pennfield swept Galesburg-Augusta, winning 25-23, 25-22, 26-24 to improve to 19-16-2 on the season and 4-3 in the KVA. Pennfield was led by Tristen Ehreddt with 11 kills and10 digs with Aubree Ritter getting four kills and five digs.
Coldwater 3, (At) Sturgis 1: Coldwater won by scores of 28-30, 25-16, 25-17 and 25-17.
The Cardinals (33-6-2, 6-1 SMAC East) were led by BreAnn Spangler with 13 kills, three blocks and 18 digs; Lauren Outwater had 10 kills and eight blocks; Paige Holicki had 10 kills and 18 digs; and Janie Marso had 31 assists.
BOYS’ SOCCER DISTRICTS
DIVISION 2 AT COLDWATER
Coldwater 3, Sturgis 1: Mohamed Aljabaly scored two goals for Coldwater with Nooh Aljabaly also getting a goal as the Cardinals won this district semifinal game. Jon Odren and Zakria Haggagi each had an assist for the Cardinals, who improve to 16-4.
Coldwater will host the district final 10 a.m. on Saturday and will play Marshall, which beat Vicksburg, 2-1 in the other district semifinal.
DIVISION 4 AT HILLSDALE ACADEMY
Lansing Christian 4, Quincy 0: Quincy fell to the top-ranked team in the state, ending its season with a 16-4-2 overall record.