Sydney Tracer contributed a team-high 10 kills to go with 18 assists to help McCutcheon’s volleyball team outlast Loganport 25-10, 25-23, 29-27 Tuesday night.
Jordanm Foser had 21 assists, and Payton Taylor had 19 digs for the Mavericks in their opener.
Benton Central 0
Powerful serving by Kiley Banker, Leah Warren and Brynn Roy helped the Raiders subdue the Bison 25-14, 25-10, 25-14.
Banker had seven aces along with six kills and 14 assists. Warren served six aces and led Harrison with eight digs. Roy paired her four aces with seven kills. Kassandra Williams led the balanced Raiders attack with nine kills, and Sydney Garrett set up 21 assists.
Ally Best had 22 assists for Benton Central (1-1).
West Lafayette 3, Attica 0
Sophie Shinn’s 11 kills powered the Red Devils in their opener.
Jessica Martin had 20 assists, while Grace Malone served five aces and pulled up a team-best 13 digs.
Delphi 3, Faith Christian 0
Emma Carpenter’s 14 kills led the Delphi attack in the opening match for both teams.
Hunter Hart and Morgan Crowel each had seven kills, and Myka Roth put down six for the Oracles.
Whitney Borgman paced Faith Christian with four kills and four blocks.
Carroll 3, Caston 0
Lauren and Bailey Worl combined for 21 kills for the Cougars.
Elizabeth Eurit set up the Carroll attack with 23 assists.
Rossville 3, Frankfort 2
ROSSVILLE – The Hornets let a two-game advantage slip away against their Clinton County rival but recovered for a 25-14, 25-14, 21-25, 21-25, 15-8 victory.
Juniors Mattie McGill and Emily Martin each had 15 kills, and McGill completed a double-double with 17 digs.
Western Boone 3, Clinton Prairie 0
DOVER – Jade Mulvaney had eight kills, but the Gophers were held to minus-.088 hitting percentage by the Stars.
North Montgomery 3,
COVINGTON – Courtney Kolger and Shelby Delp came through with 14 and 12 kills, respectively, for the Chargers.
Megan Warren set up the duo with 25 assists and added 11 digs.
Seeger 3, Tri-County 0
WEST LEBANON – Michela Blanding had eight kills while hitting .300 for the visiting Cavaliers.
West Central 3, LaCrosse 0
FRANCESVILLE – Alivia Kruger did her damage at the net with 21 kills and behind the service line with five aces for the Trojans in their opener.
Cassidy Tanner led West Central with six aces and seven digs.
Clinton Central 3, Sheridan 0
MICHIGANTOWN – The Bulldogs won with aces, putting down 26 against the Blackhawks.
Taylor Smith and Kelly Campell each served six aces, while Sydney Unger led the balanced hitting attack with seven kills and a .438 hitting percentage. Campbell also paced Clinton Central with 15 assists.
Lowell 3, North Newton 0
MOROCCO – Emma Hollopeter had 10 digs for the Spartans (0-2).
Central Catholic 4, Southmont 2
Nick Thompson scored twice and helped the Knights withstand the Mounties’ second-half rally.
Nick Thomas scored a goal and assisted on Thompson’s first goal to give CC a 2-0 halftime lead.
Indianapolis Washington 3, Faith Christian 2
Luis Palfox scored twice for Indianapolis Washington in the opener for both teams.
Brennan Argo and Jared Schumm found the back of the net for Faith Christian.
Pike 6, West Lafayette 2
INDIANAPOLIS – Trevor Paul and Free Burton scored for the Red Devils, who were outshot 11-5.
Rensselaer 6, Kankakee Valley 5
WHEATFIELD – Anjel Clemente scored twice in the second half, on assists from Chandler Gull, but Matt Rodibaugh scored what proved to be the game-winner for the Bombers.
Rodibaugh also scored during a three-goal first half for Rensselaer. Parker Balvich and Gull also scored in the opening half for the Bombers. Senior goalkeeper Simmeon Gastineau recorded 15 saves.