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Tioga County Sports Report
UNION SPRINGS — S-VE hit the road Thursday and emerged with a 3-0 IAC Small School victory over Union Springs.

The scores were 25-20, 25-12 and 25-19.

“The team had a lot of fun tonight playing at Union Springs,” S-VE coach Charity Meyers said. “We got to do some specialty plays and they always get so excited when they work out well.

“I know Union Springs has some younger players on the team but they still had some powerful hits.”

Faith Brenchley played a well-rounded match with 10 assists, nine service points to include seven aces, two digs and a kill. CeCe Churey contributed 10 points (4 aces) and three digs; and Kaili Root had two points, two digs and an ace.

Makana Diboun added four digs; Adriena Farmer chipped in with nine points (4 aces) and five kills; Lilyanah Doolittle added six points (4 aces), four kills and one block; and Lauren Gillette tacked on a pair of kills.

S-VE will compete in the Tioga tournament Saturday.

JV: S-VE won, 2-0, while the Wolves took the exhibition third game as well. The scores were both 25-11 in the wins and 25-23 for U.S.

Andralyn Wallace had 10 points (3 aces), two digs and one kill; Eighmee Slusser pitched in with 15 points (7 aces); Trinity Dashler added nine points (2 aces), three assists; a kill and a block; Mya Grant had four digsReece Hickey had five kills and one block; and Josalyn Irvin had one kill.

Amani Diboun had three points (2 aces) and one dig; Katelynn VanEtten recorded two points (one ace) and one kill; Vivienne Secondo had a kill; Emma Neish added four points (3 assists); Elizabeth Ortolaza had one assist; and Kelsea Swayze contributed six assists; an ace, a kill, and a dig.

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