Payton Husson had 16 kills and two blocks for Marysville in the MAC Red loss, while Hannah Delore had 18 service points, four aces and three kills.
Devan Valko added 21 assists and six digs for the Vikings, while Bailey Bowns had 24 service receptions, five aces and five kills.
Marysville fought back against the defending Class A state champions, as Delore rattled off nine straight serves to start the third game, helped by three Husson kills. The Vikings then led the fourth game 19-16 before Romeo got the ball back to star Gia Milana, a Maryland commit, who served eight straight aces to finish the match.
Marysville (0-1, 13-2-1) returns to action Saturday at the Port Huron Tournament.
BROWN CITY 25-25-25
Becki Krause had 13 kills and four aces for Brown City in Greater Thumb Conference East Division action. Taylor Pitts had nine kills on 18 swings with zero errors, while Kendal Muxlow had seven kills.
Alexia Mason added 31 assists and Jasmin Bender had nine digs.
Brown City (14-2-3) returns to action Thursday at home against Thursday.
Megan Kreger had 12 kills for Memphis in the GTC East loss, while Madison Werner had 12 digs.
Devon McCormick had seven assists and Jenna Lesch had 17 services points for the Yellowjackets, who return to action Thursday at home against Marlette.
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Kira Scahill had five kills and four digs for Northern in the MAC Red Division loss. Brooke Bowerman added 13 assists and three kills and Jillian Rusch had 10 digs.
Northern (0-1, 8-9-1) will return Saturday at the Port Huron Invitational.
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PORT HURON 25-21-16-24
Brittany Goodwin had nine kills, Kelsie Chapman had five killse and Alicia Harvill had 21 assists and 12 digs for the Big Reds (0-1, 1-10-2) in the MAC Blue loss.
“We are continually growing and improving,” Port Huron coach Megan Mitchell said. “I am happy with the way the girls fought a tough opponent, but we need to work on limiting our unforced errors.”
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Calista Chaltron had 28 kills, 10 service points, five blocks and five aces for the Cardinals in the nonconference victory.
Ann Vordebrueggen added 12 kills, seven solo blocks and five block assists, while Lilly Wolf had 67 assists and 10 service points, and Abbey Guilliat had 33 service receptions and 12 digs.
“This was a complete team effort,” Mooney coach Dennis Caulfield said. “Every player contributed and stepped up, especially during the critical times of the match.”
Mooney (4-2) returns to action Thursday at Marine City.
Natasha Kandall had eight service points, five kills, five assists and three aces for C-PS in the loss. Cindy Alexander added eight points and six aces, while Liz Welsh had three kills.
MARINE CITY 23-31-25-25-18
WARREN COUSINO 25-33-20-18-16
WARREN Paige Tranchida had 18 blocks and nine kills for the Mariners in the MAC Gold Division comeback victory. Karyssa Austin had eight blocks, 13 service points, 13 kills, 17 digs and 18 serve receptions for Marine City. Taelor Frank added 30 serve receptions, 19 kills, 15 service points and 13 digs and Bailee Gunderson had 15 digs and nine service points while Stephanie Abraham had eight blocks for the Mariners.
Marine City (1-0, 4-5-1) will return home Thursday against Cardinal Mooney.