Trail Blazers fall
Franklin Monroe defeated National Trail 25-18, 25-15, 25-8 Thursday.
Lexi Acton had five kills and two aces for the Trail Blazers, Kortney Rea had six assists and an ace. Risa Grifffin had five digs.
National Trail (2-5) hosts Eaton and Milton Union on Saturday at 11:30 a.m.
Eaton 3-1 in SWBL
Eaton improved to 3-1 in the SWBL Southwestern Division with Thursday’s 25-20, 25-15, 25-17 win over Oakwood.
Jackie McCafferty had 25 Digs, Emma McKinney had 31 assists and four aces, Brittany George had 13 Kills and three blocks and Ariel Richardson had four blocks.
Eaton is 7-1 overall.
Rockets edged in 5
Daleville defeated Union 25-10, 23-25, 22-25, 25-18, 15-9 Thursday in Mid-Eastern Conference action.
DeAnn Kauffman had 14 kills and 27 digs for the Rockets (6-7, 1-2), while Mallory Green had 13 assists. MacKyndsea Burke had 13 digs and five aces, while Rylee Davis had three solo blocks.
Union (6-7, 1-2) travels to Northeastern today for the Union City/Monroe Central Invitational.
Eaton fell 4-0 Thursday to Oakwood.
Union County halted Eastern Hancock 182-230 on Thursday.
Kayla Conrad earned medalist honors with 39 for the Patriots (11-3).
Union County (182) — Conrad 39, King 42, McClure 56, Schwab 50, Treadway 51.
Eastern Hancock (51) — Fout 55, Young 55, Carlton 61, O’Neal 59, Lewis 63.
Shenandoah defeated Centerville 192-199 on Thursday.
Sami Deley was medalist for Shenandoah after shooting a 44. Maggie Curts had a low score of 45 for Centerville.
Shenandoah (192) — Coers 47, Deley 44, Chandler 51, Deyong 50, Krathwohl 65.
Centerville (199) — Killion 48, Curts 45, Brown 49, Robinson 58, Carter 57.
GERMANTOWN, Ohio — Tess Flynn and Rebecca Wolf earned singles wins, while Eaton swept doubles play in a 4-1 SWBL Southwestern Division win at Valley View Thursday.
The Eagles are 9-6 and 4-2 in conference play.
JUNIOR HIGH SPORTS
Union City girls win
Chloe Wyatt finished second to lead Union City’s girls cross country team in a 22-33 win at Randolph Southern Thursday.
Ian Glunt had the top finish among Union City boys, but the Indians did not have a complete team.
The Hagerstown 7th grade volleyball team defeated Test 25-8, 25-13 Thursday, while the 8th grade team won its match 25-9, 25-12.
Ashley Vinson had 12 aces for the 8th grade team, while Hallie Rogesr had three kills.
Jessica Swimm led the Tigers with six kill, Ally Osborne had two kills and an ace. Mackenzie Slagle had 10 assists nine aces along with a kill for the 7th grade team.
Hagerstown travels to Monroe Central on Tuesday.
Bulldogs win matches
The Centerville 7th grade volleyball team defeated Tri 25-19, 25-18 on Thursday, while the 8th grade team won 17-25, 25-17, 15-5.
Kate Wilson had eight aces for the 7th grade team, while Kenzie Wert and Skyler Murray each had four aces.
Lexi King had seven aces in the 8th grade game, and Olivia Bettelon had six. Ella Wilson had three kills and four assists.