FHS girls extend streak


The Fairbanks volleyball team defeated Southeastern by three matching scores of 25-12 on Tuesday. With the victory, FHS improved to 9-0 in the Ohio Heritage Conference and 15-0 overall.
The Lady Panthers were led by Kelsey Thorbahn with 26 serves for 23 points and five aces.
Kaidie Carstensen added 20 serves for 19 points and seven aces.
Brooklyn Kleiber tallied eight kills and Megan King finished with seven to lead the Lady Panthers’ attack.
Jenay Kocsis missed only one of her 44 sets and notched 13 assists.
FHS will host Madison Plains on Thursday.
JA wins five-set match
Jonathan Alder’s spikers improved to 6-0 in the Central Buckeye Conference and 9-4 overall with a 22-25, 28-26, 24-26, 25-21, 15-10 victory over Tecumseh.
“The girls showed a lot of grit and refused to lose,” said JA coach Kim Hayes. “It was a complete team effort.”
Stats for the Lady Pioneers were as follows:
-Kassie Blank: 10 kills, four blocks;
-Ava Francis: nine kills;
-Kortney Reynolds: seven kills, nine blocks;
-Sara Dickey: 16 digs, 15-of-15 serves;
-Sam Durbin and Abby Jester: each with 14 assists;
McKenzie Wright: six assists.
Lady Cardinals fall
Triad lost in three sets 14-25, 15-25, 16-25 to Greeneview.
Despite the loss, Sydney Propst tallied 28 digs. Bri Eaton blocked seven shots and joined Tori Thomas with fours kills each.
Kiki Zizzo had a good night behind the serve line with three aces. She also notched seven assists.
St. John’s splits
The St. John’s Lutheran School volleyball team is 5-2 on the season after two recent matches.
The Lady Jaguars fell to Genoa Christian Academy, 10-25, 25-20, 18-25.
Carly Fitzwater served nine points, followed by Sylvia Eley with five and Olivia Vollrath with four.
St. John’s beat Polaris Christian Academy, 19-25, 25-22, 25-18.
Grace Gorton led with 11 service points. She was followed by Fitzwater-nine and Anna Lynch and Vollrath-each with seven.

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