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Bellefontaine sweeps Sidney in three sets

Bellefontaine’s volleyball team cruised to a 26-24, 25-22, 25-16 win over visiting Sidney in non-league action Monday night.


Bellefontaine’s Kameren Haley attempts to get the ball past a Sidney player during Monday’s home volleyball match. (EXAMINER PHOTO | MATT HAMMOND)

The win improves the Chiefs to 10-5 on the season.

Kameren Haley had another strong night at the net with 12 kills to spark the Chieftain attack. Jazmyn Haley had eight kills and two blocks and Jessica Kinchen recorded nine kills and 15 digs.

Also for the Chiefs, Carley Strzalka was 18-18 serving with eight digs, Shelbi Kauffman had 18 digs, Kenzie Brunswick recorded seven kills, Jaelyn Jester was 12-13 serving and had 18 assists, Jordan Lininger was 10-10 serving with 10 assists, Whitney Rader had two solo blocks and Peighton Wagoner had four kills and one block.

Sidney won the junior varsity match 26-24, 16-25, 25-18.

Bellefontaine is back in action tonight at Springfield Shawnee.

Tigers ground Cardinals

West Liberty-Salem’s volleyball team defeated visiting Triad in four sets on Monday 25-10, 25-8, 19-25, 25-20 in an Ohio Heritage Conference matchup.

The win improves the Tigers to 8-7 overall. The Cardinals are 6-8 overall and 4-4 in the OHC.

Jamie Peterson led WL-Salem with 19 kills, 12 digs and two blocks, Rachel Loffing had 10 kills and 16 digs, Megan Etgen had 18 assists and Courtney Milliron had 19 digs and five aces.

For Triad, Maddi Ehrenborg led the team with 15 points, two aces and seven digs, Dayna Ober tallied 12 points, nine kills and four digs, Hannah Watkins registered 10 points, eight assists and three kills, Jenna Ober had 11 points and four digs, Jenna Welty had seven points, two blocks and seven digs and Anna McKenzie added nine points, seven assists and two kills.

The Tigers’ junior varsity won in two sets 25-22, 25-16. Chelsea Price led the Cardinals with 11 points.

WL-Salem travels to Southeastern on Wednesday and the Cardinals play at Northeastern on Thursday.

Wapak downs Lakers

Wapakoneta’s volleyball team dropped host Indian Lake 21-25, 25-23, 25-18, 25-17 on Monday in a non-league contest.

The Lakers fall to 8-8 overall on the season.

Claire Maier led the Lakers with 31 assists.

In junior varsity action, Wapak beat the Lakers in three sets. Ashley Holycross had a strong night serving, while Meagan Lonsway and Lindsey Chismar had standout efforts at the net.

Indian Lake travels to Benjamin Logan on Wednesday for a local CBC contest.

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