Adena 3, Westfall 1
Adena continued its perfect season inside the Scioto Valley Conference with a win over Westfall, Tuesday; 26-28, 25-12, 25-15 and 25-17.
The Warriors (19-2, 13-0 SVC) got one win closer to a gold ball thanks to a tremendous effort from junior Devon Putnam, who finished with 30 kills and two aces. Lanie Shea added 43 assists and Carly Carroll led the team in digs with 25.
Westfall (12-9, 8-5 SVC) was led by Hannah Phillips, who had 23 kills and 12 digs. Khayla Adair also helped out with seven kills while Darby Beavers had 12 assists and 11 digs.
Adena will now travel to Huntington, Thursday, to try and complete a perfect conference season. Westfall will host Zane Trace the same night.
Unioto 3, Southeastern 1
Southeastern played Unioto tough, Tuesday night, but it wasn’t enough as the Panthers fell to the Shermans; 25-14, 25-23, 24-26 and 26-24.
Ashley Taylor led the Shermans (18-3, 10-3 SVC) with 14 kills, five blocks and six digs. Abbey Winegardner added 10 kills and 12 digs while Kassidey Winegardner added 10 digs and nine kills. Setter Madi Eberst led the area in assists with 44.
For Southeastern (8-13, 2-11 SVC) Ella Skeens logged 24 kills and 34 digs while Danica Moore added 20 digs. Lauren Goebel led the team in assists with 22.
The Shermans will travel to Piketon, Thursday night, while Southeastern travels to Paint Valley.
Huntington 3, Paint Valley 0
After an uncharacteristic loss to Westfall last week, Huntington bounced back with a sweep of Paint Valley, Tuesday; 25-12, 25-20 and 25-11.
Per usual, Dylana Gragg led the Huntsmen (17-4, 10-3 SVC) with 24 kills, seven digs, five assists and two blocks. Rikki Magill added 11 digs, 12 assists and seven kills while Kennedy DeBord finished with three aces, seven digs, nine assists, two kills and two blocks.
For Paint Valley (4-14, 0-13 SVC), Lea McFadden finished with six digs and an ace while Madison Smith had eight digs, three assists and a kill. Erin Mills chipped in with eight digs and Savannah Smith did her part with nine digs.
Huntington will host Adena, Thursday, while Paint Valley welcomes Southeastern.
Wheelersburg 3, Waverly 0
With a Southern Ohio Conference title on the line, Waverly was swept by Wheelersburg, Tuesday; 25-10, 25-8 and 25-14.
Leading the Tigers (14-6, 11-2 SOC) was Maddie Bradley with seven kills. Laken Smith had five kills and a block while Maddy Wiseman dished out 18 assists.
Waverly will travel to Minford, Thursday, in its final regular season game.