MARSHALL — In Interstate Eight volleyball action Wednesday night, Marshall swept Charlotte 25-15, 25-17, 25-12.
Statistically, Emily Delmotte and Nikki Tucker led the Redhawks with eight kills each. Delmotte also led the way on defense with 11 digs and two blocks, and Kaylie Bates had 20 assists and seven digs.
“All 14 players contributed tonight and did a great job of supporting each other,” Marshall coach Bre Johnson said.
The victory for Marshall came on Senior Night, where Delmotte, Bates, Gracen Corcoran, Jessica Vorst, and Audrey Myers were all honored.
“It is fun to see that there are so many talented girls in one class,” Johnson said. “We honored our five seniors tonight who have dedicated their high school experience to this sport.”
LAKEVIEW 3, LOY NORRIX 0: In front of a large crowd for their Dig Pink event, the Spartans beat Loy Norrix in three sets, 25-18, 25-18, 25-17. For Lakeview, Sidney Schiller had 15 kills, 10 digs, and three blocks; Kayla Callaway had 13 digs; Emma Morey had 34 assists; and Samantha reasons had three blocks.
PENNFIELD 3, JACKSON NORTHWEST 0: On the night of their Dig Pink event, the Panthers won the Interstate Eight matchup with over the Mounties in three sets, 25-10, 25-17, 25-18. Statistically, Teone Lewis had six blocks; Alexa Stephenson had 11 kills; Kennedy Barlond had seven aces; Montanna Rench had 15 digs; and Kailey Jackson had 16 assists.
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HARPER CREEK 3, PARMA WESTERN 0: The Beavers improved to 5-0 in Interstate Eight play with a sweep of the Parma Western Panthers. For Harper Creek (36-4-1), Charley Andrews had 18 kills, Olivia Leson had 11 kills and eight digs, Jess Cadena had eight kills and six digs, and Katie Wade had 41 assists.
KALAMAZOO CENTRAL 3, GULL LAKE 2: The Blue Devils’ lost 15-13 in the fifth set for the fifth time this season. Scores for the rest of the contest were 20-25, 22-25, 25-14, 25-22, 13-15. Taylor Ferguson had 28 digs and 10 kills for Gull Lake, while Logan Sommerfeld had 28 digs; Kenzy Corstange had 12 kills and 23 digs; Jenna Burkhardt had 13 kills and four blocks; Lauren Esman had 10 kills and 10 digs; and Mackenzie Belz had 40 assists.
CLIMAX-SCOTTS 3, LITCHFIELD 0 (TUE.): The Panthers won in three sets, 25-9, 25-7, 25-4 over the Terriers. For Climax-Scotts, Madison Nabozny had 12 digs and 10 aces; Taylor Macomber had six aces and seven digs; Alexa Rivera had five aces; and Emily Wagar had six digs, six kills, and three aces.
QUINCY 3, READING 0 (TUE.): The Orioles took care of the Rangers, 25-11, 25-13, 25-12 to improve to 17-7-1 on the season and 5-0 in the Big Eight. Leading Quincy was Mackenzie Moore with seven kills, Jayden Haller with five aces, and Riley Rakocy with four kills.
JONESVILLE 3, UNION CITY 0 (TUE.): The Lady Chargers fell to the Comets in three sets, 21-25, 19-25, 20-25. Leading Union City was Haley McIntosh with eight kills and eight digs; Cassie Thorpe with 15 kills and five digs; Brenna Johnson with eight digs; and Rachel Wing with six kills.
(AT) BELLEVUE 3, TEKONSHA 2 (TUE.): On ‘Dig Pink’ and Parent’s Night, the host Broncos defeated the Indians by scores of 19-25, 19-25, 25-22, 25-14 and 15-12. Tekonsha (5-21-1) were led by Alexis Newbold with 20 assists, four kills and five aces; Alexis McKean had 10 kills, five blocks and two aces; Maria Barron had seven aces, three kills and 14 digs; Olivia Barron had 19 digs; and Maggie Runyon had 13 digs, two aces and two kills.
JACKSON NORTHWEST 2, PENNFIELD 1 (TUE.): In the first round of the Interstate Eight tournament, Pennfield’s only goal was scored by Keith LeRoux on an assist from Chase Austin. The Mounties scored the game-winning goal in the second overtime period. In goal for the Panthers (3-11-2, 0-7 I-8) was Keith Browand, who made 14 saves.
BATTLE CREEK CENTRAL 94, KALAMAZOO CENTRAL 91 (TUE.)
200 Medley Relay: B.C. Central (Allysen Smith, Max Perrin, Emily Meyer, Morgan Mowry) 2:07.75; 200 Freestyle: Rachel Oostema (KC) 2:19.56; 200 IM: Alexa Paiz (KC) 2:35.83; 50 Freestyle: Smith (BCC) 28.23; 1-Meter Diving: Sarah Guzzo (BCC) 190.90; 100 Butterfly: Perrin (BCC) 1:06.05; 100 Freestyle: Oostema (KC) 1:04.19; 500 Freestyle: Perrin (BCC) 5:59.00; 200 Freestyle Relay: Kalamazoo Central (Oostema, Emily Spilman, Heather Roth, Kennedy Shelton) 1:59.48; 100 Backstroke: Paiz (KC) 1:08.32; 100 Breaststroke: Allie Al-Faraj (KC) 1:20.60; 400 Freestyle Relay: Battle Creek Central (Mowry, Guzzo, Smith, Perrin) 4:03.34.
Travis Tekiele can be reached at [email protected] or 269-966-0677. Follow him on Twitter: @travis_tekiele
Thursday’s Prep Schedule
Volleyball: Webberville at Bellevue, Climax-Scotts at Jackson Christian, Homer at Grass Lake
Boys’ Soccer: Interstate Eight Tournament; LA Dragons at Calhoun Christian