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|Fliege leads SHG to win in volleyball |
TAYLORVILLE Jen Fliege tallied 10 service points with two aces and added 13 digs to lead Sacred Heart Griffin past Taylorville 25 22, 25 <a href=http://www.sacchanelpascher2014.com>sac chanel 2.55</a> 22 Tuesday in a Central State Eight Conference match.
The victory was SHG seventh straight and boosted its record to 14 11 overall and 5 3 in the CS8.
The Spartans Molly Cooper had 10 service points and three assists and Susan Petrosky served eight points and four aces. Shauneria Wilson and <a href=http://www.canadagoosejacket-outlet2015.com>canada goose</a> Jasmine Berry smacked seven and six kills, respectively, and Megan Gillis dished out 13 assists. Southeast improves to 8 22 overall.
Carlita Tucker slammed nine kills for Peoria Central (8 19).
Hopper, Ley lift Riverton
RIVERTON Seniors Lorna Hopper and Tiffany Ley combined for 13 digs as the Riverton defense staved off Nokomis 25 21, 25 21 on Senior Night.
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Tornadoes bounce back
The Buffalo Tri City Tornadoes rallied to beat host Calvary 17 25, 25 19, 25 23.
The Tornadoes Kitty Justice had 12 kills along with two aces. Katie Price had 20 assists and two aces and Mackenzie Brunson added 17 digs and five kills. Nakiyha Wood paced Calvary (2 18) with three aces, 12 kills and three blocks.
Cardinals roll to 23rd victory
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The Bluejays Katie McCurdy had four service points and four aces.
IN OTHER NEWS: BRANDI DONNELLY had nine kills and two aces to lead host Williamsville past New Berlin 25 14, 25 15. ANNA BUTTERFIELD added seven points (five aces) and six kills as Williamsville (25 4 overall) won its 13th straight. . . . KIM CASAD had 13 kills and KIM CRAIG chipped in eight service points and three aces to lead Edinburg past Niantic Sangamon Valley 25 23, 25 18. . . . MEGAN CULP tallied five service points, four aces, 13 assists and four digs to boost North Mac over Greenfield 25 21, 25 20. . . . BREANNA HOWE recorded nine assists and five aces, and JESSICA AWE had 12 assists, six kills and five digs to propel Mount Pulaski past Mason City Illini Central 25 21, 25 10. . . . The Staunton Bulldogs swept Bunker Hill 25 16, 25 18. The Bulldogs SOPHIE FAIRMAN led her team in kills with eight and service points with 11. She also had five digs and three blocks. KERSTIN BROWN added seven service points and six digs for Staunton, 16 7 overall.
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