Wes-Del fended off Shenandoah in four sets (25-18, 13-25, 25-17, 25-20) Wednesday as Alysa Sutton had 19 kills and eight digs. Haylie Spencer handed out 28 assists and added seven digs, five kills and four aces while Emily Hale chipped in with 10 kills and eight digs.
Daleville came back from a first-set loss to defeat Seton Catholic 22-25, 25-20, 25-20, 25-18. Lindsay Ingenito led the Broncos in kills with 21 and blocks with five.
Union picked up the win against Tri in four sets (25-11, 25-12, 20-25, 27-25). Rylee Davis had five kills for the Rockets and was the team leader in blocks with two.
Yorktown took first place in a triangular meet with 180 points, followed by Anderson with 196 and Daleville with 231. The Tigers’ Reece Malapit was the match’s individual medalist, shooting a 39. Bailey Teague was the team leader for the Broncos with a score of 47.
New Castle placed second in a triangular meet against Hagerstown and Rushville after shooting 186. Carlie Johnson and Kendra Yapp each shot 45 for the Trojans.
Blue River’s boys and girls teams finished first in a triangular meet against Union and Tri. Zach Barkdull placed first individually for the Vikings boys’ team with a time of 19 minutes, 11 seconds, while Logan McRoberts earned first place for the girls’ team with a time of 24:28.
Burris picked up a victory against Winchester, 4-1. Joseph Patashinsky defeated his No. 1 singles opponent 6-1, 6-1.
Central defeated Burris 4-2. The Bearcats’ Aaron Green put up two goals, while Devin Rubush and Max Alvarado each scored a goal for the Owls.
Blackford fell to Eastbrook 2-0 Tuesday. The Bruins’ Charlie Cranston had 15 saves.
Blackford lost to Eastbrook 4-3 Tuesday. Senior Allie Jennerjahn scored all three of the Bruins’ goals.