Harper Creek swept Pennfield in three straight sets on Wednesday night by scores of 25-10, 25-16, and 25-22 in Interstate Eight action.
Charley Andrews recorded 18 kills, seven digs, and five blocks on the night for the Beavers (35-4-1, 4-0 I-8), while Olivia Leson had 11 digs and eight kills.
Also for Harper Creek, Katie Wade had 29 assists, and Jess Cadena had 17 digs.
For Pennfield, Alexa Stephenson had 10 kills, Teone Lewis had five blocks, Montanna Wrench had 16 digs, and Kailey Jackson had seven digs.
GULL LAKE 3, B.C. CENTRAL 0: The Blue Devils defeated the Bearcats by scores of 25-12, 25-13, 25-13 to improve to 19-18 overall and 2-1 in the SMAC East. For Gull Lake, Logan Sommerfeld had eight digs; Maddie Mougalian had four kills; Sienna Osborn had seven kills; Mackenzie Belz had 15 assists and Jordyn Geiks had six aces.
MARSHALL 3, LUMEN CHRISTI 0: In three sets, the Redhawks topped the Titans, 25-23, 25-12, 25-20. Marshall was led by Mackenzie Benham with eight kills and 12 digs; Kaylie Bates with 12 digs; Grace Corcoran with eight digs; and Chloe Webber with four blocks.
DELTON KELLOGG 3, LAWTON 0 (TUE.): Class B honorable mention Delton Kellogg won by scores of 25-14, 25-20 and 25-12, improving to 17-17-4 overall and 8-0 in the SAC. Morgan Champion led the Panthers with 10 kills, four aces and 11 digs; Abby Wooten had nine kills, three aces and six digs; Bailee Tigchelaar had 21 digs and three aces; Hannah Walker had 11 digs, three aces and nine assists; and Sam Mohn had five kills, four aces, five digs and 15 assists.
SPRINGPORT INVITE (TUE.): Homer placed first, going 2-0-1 in pool play before defeating Springport (25-15, 25-11) and Vandercook Lake (25-23, 25-16) in the championship. Homer’s Courtney Willson was named MVP of the tournament with 27 kills, four blocks and 15 digs; Tyme Warner had 19 kills, 12 digs and six blocks; Megan George had 28 kills; Briana Mohn had 72 assists and nine kills; and Avrey Sullivan had 19 digs and seven aces.
(AT) OLIVET 3, LESLIE 0 (TUE.): Olivet won by scores of 25-10, 25-4, 25-11. The Eagles (12-10-2, 4-1 GLAC) were led by Mikayla Wickham with seven kills. Kiersten Washburn had four kills, Taylor Holmes had nine aces and 10 assists and Loren Westlake had 12 digs.
(AT) ATHENS 3, SPRINGPORT 0 (TUE.): The Indians won in three sets, 25-21, 25-12, 25-21. Athens was led by Rachel Nobach with seven aces, nine kills, and eight digs; Tayler Eutsey with 11 kills and six digs; and Josie Lamson with 27 assists and six digs.
QUINCY 3, UNION CITY 2 (TUE.): In come-from-behind fashion, the Orioles beat the Chargers, 17-25, 20-25, 25-17, 25-19, 15-13. For Quincy, Mackenzie Moore had 28 kills and four aces; Jayden Haller had eight digs; Ali Parshall had 17 assists; and Ali Silva had 18 assists. For Union City (12-13-2, 2-2 Big Eight), Haley McIntosh had 11 kills and eight digs; Rachel Wing had nine kills; Haley Harty had 10 digs; Cassie Thorpe had 18 assists; and Emma Hoppe had 14 digs.
JONESVILLE 3, HOMER 1 (TUE.): The Trojans won their first match 25-21, but then dropped the next three, 23-25, 19-25, 20-25. Homer was led statistically by Tyme Warner with nine kills; Courtney Willson with six digs, four kills, and three blocks, and Brianna Mohn with 26 assists and six kills.
(AT) CAMDEN-FRONTIER 4, TEKONSHA 0 (TUE.): The Indians fell by scores of 22-25, 15-25 and 17-25, 10-25. Leading the Indians (5-16-1, 1-11 SCAA) were Alexis Newbold with seven kills, seven assists, 11 digs and three aces; Maggie Runyon had 13 digs; and Maria Barron had 14 digs.
HARPER CREEK 3, PARCHMENT 0: For the Beavers, Nate Hile and Nick Webb scored off of Diego Subiza assists, then Logan Mays rounded out the scoring with a solo goal. In the net, Jack Bohannon recorded three saves in the shutout.
(AT) MARSHALL 1, HARPER CREEK 0 (TUE.): The Redhawks’ Alec Kraushaar scored the game’s only goal on an assist from Cody Clapper, while Kurt Kraushaar earned his 12th shutout of the season. For Harper Creek, Jack Bohannon made 10 saves in net in the loss. With the win, Marshall clinched a share of the Interstate Eight Conference title.
COLDWATER 9, CHARLOTTE 1 (TUE.): Mana Ahmed scored four goals and had one assist, while Wageeh Saeed also had four goals. Coldwater’s other goal was a Charlotte own goal off of a direct kick by Azam Ahmed. Coldwater improves to 14-3-1 on the season and captured a share of the Interstate-Eight Conference title with the win.
Thursday’s Prep Schedule
Boys’ Soccer: SMAC Tournament, Calhoun Christian at Maple Valley, Bellevue at Lakewood, Quincy at Jonesville
Volleyball: Tekonsha at Waldron, Calhoun Christian at Maple Valley, Mendon at Athens, Jackson Christian at Bellevue, Bronson at Cassopolis, Lawrence at Colon, Olivet at Springport
Boys’ Tennis: Regionals