PHILIPPI - The Golden Bears swept the competition.
The Oak Glen volleyball team earned a sweep Saturday at a quad-match at Philip Barbour. Oak Glen defeated Frankfort, 25-10, 25-8, Parkersburg South, 25-14, 25-21 and 25-19, 22-25, 25-17.
For Oak Glen (9-1) against Frankfort, Sydney Kell contributed 13 points, four aces, 29 sets and seven assists, Vanessa Hissam scored three points to go along with 10 spikes and three kills and Morgan Poling produced seven spikes, three kills and one block.
Also, Lacee Porter recorded 14 points, four aces, eight spikes, five kills and one block, Abby Tice tallied three spikes and eight digs and Jessica Stivason collected five spikes, three kills and one block
Finally, Kaitlyn Smith chipped in with two spikes and five digs, Carissa Williams delivered six points, 12 sets and two assists and Maddison Juszczak finished with five spikes, three kills and one block.
Oak Glen won the JV match, 25-21, 13-25, 26-24.
Emmy Delekta tallied seven points, and Kami Koper and and Toni Powell each collected six points.
Against Parkersburg South, Kell tallied three points, 35 sets, nine assist, three spikes and one kill, Hissam added one point, 15 spikes and six kills and Poling recorded 13 points, seven spikes, three kills and one block.
Next, Porter produced one point, one ace, seven spikes and four kills, Tice collected three points, six spikes, one kill and 19 digs and Stivason netted seven spikes, three kills and three blocks.
Finally, Smith finished with four points and seven digs, Williams delivered three points, 21 sets and three assists and Juszczak chipped in with five spikes, two kills and one block.
Parkersburg South won the JV match, 25-22, 25-13.
Briana Evans scored eight points to lead the way for the Golden Bears, and Powell finished with five points.
Against Philip Barbour, Kell collected seven points, 52 sets, 12 assists, three spikes, one kill and one block, Hissam contributed seven points, two aces 14 spikes, five kills and two blocks and Poling tallied eight points, 13 spikes, eight kills and three blocks.
Also, Porter delivered 11 points, three aces, 16 spikes, 10 kills and one block, Tice ended up with seven spikes and 18 digs and Stivason recorded 12 spikes, five kills and four blocks.
Finally, Smith scored 12 points to go along with one ace and eight digs, Williams chipped in with one point, 37 sets and nine assists and Juszczak added 18 spikes and seven kills.
Oak Glen won the JV match, 26-24, 24-26, 27-25.
For Oak Glen, Delekta delivered 15 points, and Koper and Powell each tallied seven points.
Oak Glen is scheduled to return to the court at 5:30 p.m. Monday at home in a tri-match with Edison and Catholic Central.
Indians earn split
MALVERN - The Southern Local volleyball team earned a split in a tri-match Saturday at Malvern.
Southern defeated East Canton, 25-16, 25-9, but Malvern defeated Southern, 25-17, 16-25, 28-26.
For the Indians against the Hornets, Hannah Brothers recorded 84 assists, 22 assists, 16 digs, one kill and five points, Kati Hipsley tallied eight kills and nine points and Abby Smalley collected seven points, 10 kills and three aces.
Also, Natalie Utt contributed 27 digs.
Malvern won the JV match, 25-17, 25-22.
For Southern, McKenzie Mosti contributed 36 sets, 10 assists, seven points, and two digs, Casey Howdershelt tallied five kills and six digs and Brittany Weber recorded two aces, six kills and six points.
There was no JV match between Southern and east Canton.
In the varsity match, Brothers recorded 56 sets, nine digs and four points, Smalley tallied eight points, three kills and five digs and Emily Jenkins ended up with six kills and nine points.