Ridgewood defeats Strasburg

STRASBURG -- Ridgewood defeated Strasburg in an Inter-Valley Conference match on Monday. Final scores were 24-26, 26-24, 25-20, and 25-16.

Jordan Vaiea led the Generals (7-3, 6-3 IVC) with 23 points (8 aces), six kills, six blocks, and nine digs. Kayla Tidrick came through with 15 points (5 aces), nine kills, and 17 assists while Alaynee Wright contributed 16 digs. Maggie Nagle finished with nine kills and nine blocks.

For the Tigers (8-6, 5-4 IVC), it was Melissa Sibley with nine kills and Aimee Jesse with eight kills and 11 blocks.

Ridgewood won the reserve match in three games.

Nc'town falls

Host Newcomerstown fell to Garaway on Tuesday 25-21, 25-21, 21-25, 25-17 in Inter-Valley Conference play.

"We just keep shooting ourselves in the foot," Newcomerstown coach John Dupke said. "We had the lead in the first two games, but could not hold on."

Newcomerstown (5-10, 2-8 IVC) was led by the duo of Allison Snyder with nine points, 20 kills and four blocks while Erica Roberts added nine points (three aces) and eight kills.

Krystin Raach contributed 37 assists and Andrea McWhorter totaled 20 digs for the Lady Trojans.

The Pirates (6-10, 4-6 IVC) were led by Brooke Miller's 14 points and Tara Yoder with 10 points (6 aces).

Garaway won the reserve match in three games.

Indian Valley makes comeback

GNADENHUTTEN -- Indian Valley came back from a one game deficit to take the next three and defeat CVCA in Principals Athletic Conference action on Tuesday. Final scores were 15-25, 25-14, 25-19, and 25-21.

Chanda Page had 16 points, 10 kills, and 26 digs while Jessy Shear came up with 13 kills and 20 digs to lead the Braves (9-4, 6-3 PAC). Kelly Von Kaenel was strong with 11 points and Morgan Henderson finished with 24 assists.

Indian Valley won the reserve match in three games.

Ridgewood defeated

BERLIN -- Hiland knocked off Ridgewood on Thursday, 17-25, 25-22, 28-26, and 25-13 on Tuesday in an Inter-Valley Conference match.

Kayla Tedrick was the General's leader with 18 points, seven kills, 19 assists, and 21 digs. Kim Michael came up with seven kills and 15 blocks while Maggie Nagle scored 11 points (5 aces) and had 10 blocks. Lacy Berry finished with 12 digs for Ridgewood (7-4, 6-4 IVC).

Andrea Mast paced the Hawks with 15 points and 33 assists. Kendra Mast scored 10 points to go with 11 blocks.

The Generals won the reserve match in two games.

Indian Valley sweeps Fairless

NAVARRE -- Indian Valley made it a clean sweep over Fairless, 26-24, 25-14, and 25-18 on Thursday in a Principals Athletic Conference match.

Jessy Shear scored 15 points for the Braves (10-4, 7-3 PAC) while Chanda Page finished with 16 kills. Morgan Henderson contributed 24 assists and Mindy Bober had 26 digs.

Danielle Wilmoth was tops for Fairless (4-10, 1-8 PAC) with nine points (3 aces). Destiny Lynn had nine kills.

The Falcons own the reserve match in three games.

Strasburg wins

Inconsistency continued to plague homestanding Newcomerstown on Thursday. After winning the opening set 25-21, the visiting Strasburg Lady Tigers took advantage of Trojan mistakes to claim the next three sets by scores of 25-11, 25-22 and 25-11in an Inter-Valley Conference match.

"The first game tonight was probably the best we have played all year," Newcomerstown coach John Dupke stated. "In the second game, the inconsistency and mistakes came back. We didn't play bad the third game until we became inconsistent again."

Kristin Raach led the Trojans (5-11, 2-9 IVC) offense with seven points while handing out 20 assists. Andrea McWhorter added six points and had 20 digs on defense. At the net, Allison Snyder slammed seven kills with six blocks and Cydney McMillian added five stops and four blocks.

The Tigers (7-5, 7-3 IVC) were led by Kristen Smith's 19 points and 19 assists. Kasey Gerber had 20 digs and Aimee Jesse finished with 10 kills.

Strasburg won in JV match in three games.

Ridgewood beats Conotton Valley

LEESVILLE -- Ridgewood had an easy time with Conotton Valley on Thursday in IVC play with a 25-7, 25-9, 25-12 win over the Rockets.

Kim Michael was on top for the Generals (8-4, 7-4 IVC) with 11 points and eight kills. Victoria Wiggins scored 11 points to go with three blocks while Maggie Nagle had six kills. Kayla Tedrick contributed 13 assists.

Courtney Standiford had seven kills, eight digs, and five blocks for the Rockets (4-10, 1-9 IVC).

The Generals won the reserve match in two games.