Liberty-Benton’s Izzy Granger (13) sends a kill over the block set by Hopewell-Loudon’s Brynn Carrel (6) during Thursday’s match at Liberty-Benton. L-B won in straight sets. (Photo by Kent Tarbox)

Izzy Granger collected two aces, five kills and 20 digs as Liberty-Benton breezed by Hopewell-Loudon 25-13, 25-10, 25-8 for a nonleague volleyball win Thursday.

Hannah Warrington led with eight kills and had eight digs, while Alissa Rhodes had 15 assists for the Eagles (2-0).

Abbi Roerdink had 13 digs and six assists for H-L (1-1), while Grace Dohanyos added 11 digs. Abbe Beidelschies dished out 11 assists.

HOPEWELL-LOUDON (1-1)

KILLS: Elizabeth Wells 6, Olivia Savidge 4, Megan Kreais 3. ASSISTS: Abbe Beidelschies 11, Abbi Roerdink 6. DIGS: Roerdink 13, Grace Dohanyos 11.

LIBERTY-BENTON (2-0)

SERVING: Izzy Granger 25-26, Sydney Elseser 12-12. ACES: Granger 2. KILLS: Hannah Warrington 8, Granger & Karis Willow 5. ASSISTS: Alissa Rhodes 15, Sydney Elseser 5. DIGS: Granger 20, Emma Otley 10, Warrington 8. BLOCKS: Caitlin Elseser 5, Schy Shepherd 2.

JUNIOR VARSITY: Liberty-Benton 25-9, 25-17.

ELMWOOD 3

NORTH BALTIMORE 0

BLOOMDALE — Madi Schroeder dished out 29 assists and Kayla Minich slammed 12 kills as Elmwood knocked off North Baltimore 25-14, 25-21, 25-19 in a nonleague volleyball match Thursday.

Brooklyn Thrash and Maddie Mossbarger had five and three blocks, respectively, for Elmwood (2-1). Both had nine kills as well.

Mia McCartney had 10 digs to lead North Baltimore (0-3). Halie Inbody smacked six kills.

NORTH BALTIMORE (0-3)

ACES: Grace Hagemyer 4, Leah Lee 2. KILLS: Halie Inbody 6, Hagemyer 3, Lee 2. ASSISTS: Lee 5, Laura Keegan 3. DIGS: Mia McCartney 10, Grace Stanfeild 8, Maddy Gerdeman 7. BLOCKS: Hagemyer 2.

ELMWOOD (2-1)

ACES: Kennadie Plouck & Bre Gonyer 2. KILLS: Kayla Minich 12, Brooklyn Thrash & Maddie Mossbarger 9. ASSISTS: Madi Schroeder 29. DIGS: Plouck 6, Gonyer 4, Schroeder 3. BLOCKS: Thrash 5, Mossbarger 3.

JUNIOR VARSITY: Elmwood, 25-19, 25-9.

VAN BUREN 3

KALIDA 0

KALIDA — Lindsey Shaw totaled 24 assists and four aces as Van Buren topped Kalida 25-23, 25-19, 25-23 for a nonleague girls volleyball win Thursday.

Emma Reineke led with 13 kills on 25 of 32 hitting while Sophia Reineke had 13 digs for the Black Knights (3-0).

VAN BUREN (3-0)

SERVING: Lindsey Shaw 14-16, Olivia Kramer 13-14. ACES: Shaw 4, Cramer. KILLS: Emma Reineke 13. SPIKING: E. Reineke 25-32, Maddy Marks 20-21. ASSISTS: Shaw 24. SETTING: Shaw 61-64. DIGS: Sophia Reineke 13, Marks & Izzie Pawlak 9.

JUNIOR VARSITY: Van Buren, 25-10, 25-21.

MCCOMB 3

TOLEDO CHRISTIAN 0

TOLEDO — McComb’s Alysha Like totaled three aces, five kills and six blocks as the Panthers swept Toledo Christian 25-18, 25-23, 25-9 for a nonleague volleyball victory Thursday.

Shaye Hemminger led with 18 digs and also served up three aces for McComb (3-0). Alexis Shoop and Madison Buck each chipped in nine assists.

MCCOMB (3-0)

SERVING: Shaye Hemminger 15-16, Alexis Shoop & Hannah Schroeder 11-11. ACES: Hemminger & Alysha Like 3. KILLS: Like, Brooklynn Downing & Nicole Krassow 5. SPIKING: Downing 13-13, Like 13-14, Krassow 9-10. ASSISTS: Shoop & Buck 9. SETTING: Buck 25-25, Shoop 20-20. DIGS: Hemminger 18, Krassow 10, Shoop 6. BLOCKS: Like 6, Downing 3.

JUNIOR VARSITY: McComb 25-10, 25-12.

BLUFFTON 3

PANDORA-GILBOA 1

BLUFFTON — Bluffton’s Taylor Schwab totaled 24 digs, 11 kills and two aces in leading the Pirates past Pandora-Gilboa 21-25, 25-10, 25-15, 27-25 in a nonleague volleyball match Thursday.

Kylie Monday added 10 kills and three blocks for Bluffton (2-0). Skyler Scoles handed out 33 assists.

Lacie Fenstermaker had nine kills, Alexis McCoy passed out 12 assists and Taylor Miller finished with four blocks for Pandora-Gilboa (0-1).

PANDORA-GILBOA (0-1)

ACES: Lacie Fenstermaker 1. KILLS: Fenstermaker 9, Taylor Miller 4. ASSISTS: Alexis McCoy 12. BLOCKS: Miller 4.

BLUFFTON (2-0)

ACES: Sophie Bricker 3, Taylor Schwab 2. KILLS: Schwab 11, Kylie Monday 10, Kylie Stackhouse 9. ASSISTS: Skyler Scoles 33. DIGS: Schwab 24, Joscelin Reineke 18. BLOCKS: Monday 3.

JUNIOR VARSITY: Pandora-Gilboa, 2-0.

PATRICK HENRY 3

OTTOVILLE 0

HAMLER — Taylor Beining slammed nine kills and had 10 blocks to lead Patrick Henry to a 25-23, 25-13, 25-13 sweep of Ottoville on Thursday in nonconference volleyball.

Kaylee Hoersten handed out 27 assists and Alayna Leis finished with 10 digs for Patrick Henry.

PATRICK HENRY

ACES: Sydney Brinkman 3. KILLS: Taylor Beining 9, Rachel Kemper 5. ASSISTS: Kylee Hoersten 27. DIGS: Kemper 11, Alayna Leis 10, Brinkman 9. BLOCKS: Beining 10, Hoersten 2.

COLDWATER 3

ADA 0

ADA — Coldwater swept Ada 25-10, 26-24, 25-15 on Thursday in nonconference volleyball.

Megan Light’s nine kills, Kirsten Poling’s 14 assists and Kendal Guagenti’s 18 digs led Ada.

Miranda Wills added six kills and 12 assists for the Bulldogs.

ADA

ACES: Kendal Gaugenti 1. KILLS: Megan Light 9, Miranda Wills 6. ASSISTS: Kirsten Poling 14. DIGS: Guagenti 18, Wills 12, Poling 8. BLOCKS: Light 2, Poling 1, Aubrey Madison 1.

COLUMBUS GROVE 3

ARLINGTON 0

COLUMBUS GROVE — Alayna Ricker had 11 kills and 10 digs and Lauren Benroth finished with 24 assists and Columbus Grove swept Arlington 25-15, 27-25, 25-22 on Thursday in nonconference volleyball.

Becca Choi added 10 kills and 19 assists for the Bulldogs.

Abigail Gladwell had 14 assists and Emily Ridinger had 12 for Columbus Grove.

COLUMBUS GROVE

ACES: Cassie Heilman 2, Emily Ridinger 2, Becca Choi 2. KILLS: Alayna Ricker 11, Choi 10. ASSISTS: Lauren Benroth 24, Choi 19, Abigail Gladwell 14. DIGS: Ricker 10.

OTTAWA-GLANDORF 3

TINORA 0

OTTAWA — Taylor Alt slammed 17 kills and five blocks and Ottawa-Glandorf swept Tinora 25-20, 27-25, 25-16 on Thursday in nonconference volleyball.

Brianna Schimmoeller’s 22 assists and Erica Kaufman’s six digs also led the Titans.

Erica Annesser added eight kills and Claire Eiden had 14 digs for O-G.

OTTAWA-GLANDORF

ACES: Brianna Schimmoeller 1. KILLS: Taylor Alt 17, Erica Annesser 8, Maddie White 6. ASSISTS: Schimmoeller 22, Claire Eiden 4. DIGS: Annesser 17, Eiden 14. BLOCKS: Erica Kaufman 6, Alt 5, White 1.

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