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Adena Stretches SVC Volleyball Lead With Sweep Of Westfall

(Litter Media)

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The Adena Warriors moved to (10-1) in the SVC with a (25-19, 25-21, 25-12) win over Westfall Thursday, putting the Warriors two matches up on both the (9-3) Mustangs and (9-3) Zane Trace in the SVC standings loss column.

The Warriors have a makeup match at Paint Valley this Saturday morning, where they could clinch at least a share of the SVC with a win.

(Adena’s Jenna Martin attacks during Adena win)

In Set#1, Westfall darted out to leads of 4-0, 5-1, 6-2, 9-5, 11-7 and 15-11, before Adena went on a 7-1 run for an 18-16 advantage. The Mustangs tied the set at 19-19, only to see the Warriors finish on a 6-0 run for a 25-19 win for a (1-0) match lead.

Set #2- The score went back-and-forth, with the Mustangs leading as late as 10-7, forcing Adena to call a time-out. The Warriors responded with a 5-0 run for a 12-10 lead, with both teams countering punch-for-punch. The score was tied as late as 17-17 with Adena grabbing the lead back and never allowing Westfall to get any closer than two points in a 25-21 win and a (2-0) lead.

Set #3 was close early, seeing the Mustangs leading 5-4 before Adena kicked into overdrive en-route to a 25-12 win and the (3-0) sweep of the match.

Adena’s top offensive stats saw Ellie Harper and Jenna Martin each with 12 kills, Hannah Burns with 10 and Sydney Foglesong with 9 and 2 blocks. Camryn Carroll had 25 digs. Hope Garrison had 11 digs and 17 assists. Makaela Lovely had 22 assists.

Both teams served 5 aces on the match.

Statistics are pending for Westfall.

(Westfall’s Marissa Mullins attempts to hit past Adena blockers Hannah Burns and Sydney Foglesong)

Mike Smith talked with Adena’s Hope Garrison and Brenna McQuiniff after the Warriors win. See our Litter Media interview below.