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September 6, 2013

Scholastic Statistics:

VOLLEYBALL

NON-CONFERENCE

Jefferson 25, 25, 25

Conneaut 18, 23, 17

at Garcia Gymnasium

JEFFERSON

Emily DeGeorge 19 points (4), 22-23 spiking (9), 10-12 passing (8), 4 digs, 2 ace blocks; Sam Hamski 17 points (2), 16-17 passing (12), 10 digs; Bailey Beckwith 11 points (1), 17-20 spiking (5), 12-14 passing (8), 6 digs, 2 ace blocks; Hayley Allen 11 points (2), 11-13 spiking (5), 2 ace blocks; Tayler Johnston 10 points (3), 25-28 setting (18), 3-4 passing, 3 digs; Molly Barber 7 points, 20-22 setting (14), 3-3 passing, 5 digs; Alyssa Irons 6-6 spiking (1), 4 ace blocks.

CONNEAUT

Shae Brink 10 points (2), 5-8 spiking, 16-23 passing, 1-1 setting; Megan Tessmer 11 points, 13-14 spiking (1), 5-6 blocking (1), 17-21 passing, 3-3 setting; Lexi Zappitelli 10 points (2), 24-30 spiking (8), 8-10 blocking (2), 15-16 passing, 1-1 setting; Pearl Sharp 8 points (1), 8-10 spiking, 11-12 passing, 1-1 setting; Chris Georgia 3-5 spiking, 1-1 blocking, 8-8 passing, 1-1 setting; Lexi Lick 1-2 spiking, 3-4 passing; Emily Bucci 10 points (1), 2-4 passing, 38-40 setting; Emily Lower 9 points, 2-2 spiking, 6-7 passing, 18-19 setting; Carly Schreiber 2-3 passing.

n Records — Jefferson 6-1 (2-0 in AAC); Conneaut 2-4.

n Next matches — Jefferson at Chardon Invitational, Saturday (9); Conneaut at Kirtland, Saturday (10).

n Officials — Tom Cunningham, Marty Makela.

n JV — Conneaut, 25-9, 25-15. Jefferson 0-7 (0-2); Conneaut 3-3: Angela Slapnicker 16 points.

LEC

St. John 25, 25, 25

Lawrence 9, 7, 8

at Spire

St. John

Mackenzie Stenroos 6 points, 7-8 passing, 5-5 setting, 9-13 (6) spiking, Alivia Cimorelli 12 points, 8-8 passing, 14-14 (6) spiking, Emily Powers 21 points, 19-19 passing, 4-5 setting, Alicia Ngiraingas 4 points, 4-4 passing, 3-4 setting, 2-2 (1) spiking, Jordan Scott 7 points, 10-10 passing, 2-2 setting, Caroline Kovacs 12 points, 1-1 passing, 39-39 (12) setting, Reilly DeGeorge 3 points, 11-11 passing, 3-3 setting, 22-27 (7) spiking, Madeline Martino 5 points, 15-15 (6) setting, Jess Disalvatore 3 points, 5-6 passing, Alli Rocco 2 points, 1-1 passing, Tori Ray 2-4 spiking.

Lawrence

No information available.

n Records — SJ 4-0.

n Next matches — St. John at Newbury, Monday (5).

n Officials — Bruno Suska.

n JV — SJ, 25-4, 25-5. St. John: Tori Ray 20 points.

PREMIER

Geneva 25, 25, 25

Lakeside 11, 13, 20

at Lakeside

GENEVA

Kylee Corlew 12 (3) points, 4-4 (2) spiking, 39-39 (13) setting; Allie Penna 7 (2) points, 30-30 (8) setting; Christa Cash 5 (1) points,19-19 (6) spiking, 19-22 (11) passing; Chelsea Scafuro 3 (3) points, 9-10 (4) spiking, 6-7 (3) passing; Rikki Metzler 2  (1) points, 4-5 (2) spiking, 10-17 (5) passing; Meghan Cool 2 (1) points, 13-13 (8) spiking, 4 blocks; Emily Ball 1 point, 12-12 (6) spiking, 1 block; Sarah Juncker 1 point, 4-4 (1) spiking, 2 blocks; Cari Getz 1 point, 7-11 (3) spikings, 4-5 (4) passing, Kirstie Otto 5-5 (2) spiking, 1 block, Maddi Miller 4-5 (1) spiking, Kim Brumagin 4-6 (1) spiking, 2-3 (1) passing.

LAKESIDE

Aaliyah Allgood 2 ace serves, 17-17 spiking (4), 4 blocks (1), 1-2 passing; Andrea Davis 1 ace serve, 1 block, 5-8 passing, 32-40 setting (2); Lexi David 1-2 spiking, 9-9 passing, 24-33 setting (7); Clara Heath 3-4 spiking, 40-57 passing, 4-5 setting; Aaliyah Hunt 10-12 spiking (2), 5-9 blocking, 3-3 passing, 1-1 setting; Sharisse Hunt 9-10 spiking (3), 3-4 blocking, 26-37 passing, 5-7 setting; Kylie Orrenmaa 2-2 spiking, 23-28 passing, 2-3 setting; Alissa Patterson 1 ace serve, 2-5 spiking, 7 blocks, 1-4 setting; Allia Schira 1-2 spiking, 2 blocks, 2-4 passing.

n Records — Geneva 4-1 (2-1 in PAC); Lakeside 0-5 (0-4 in PAC).

n Next matches — Conneaut at Geneva, Monday (6); Chardon at Lakeside, Thursday.

n JV — Geneva, 25-11, 25-15. Geneva 3-2 (1-2 PAC); Lakeside 0-5 (0-4).

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