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September 20, 2013

Western tennis bounces back, tops Peru

Taylor tennis benefits from Bengal Tigers' loss.

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Madison Turner led Maconaquah with 21 service points and 17 digs. Michaela Walters added 13 service points, 11 digs and nine kills. Lynnsie Arion came up with 11 service points and 11 assists. Ally Exmeyer contributed with six kills, six digs and three service points. Abby Bowyer also had eight assists and four service points, and Jalyn Windsor had eight kills and five blocks.

EASTERN DEF. CASS 20-25, 19-25, 26-24, 25-23, 16-14

The Comets rallied after losing the first two sets to win on the road and improve to 3-1 in the MIC, and 9-6 overall.

Lizzy Mavrick had 21 kills, 25 service receptions and 29 digs for the Comets. Hannah Williams had 11 kills, and four block kills. Gabby Castillo had six kills, six blocks and six block kills. Hannah Broo had 15 service receptions and 10 digs. And Quinlyn Hochstedler had 47 assists.

“We got off to an extremely slow start,” Eastern coach Missy Mavrick said. “But I was really proud of the girls. They fought extremely hard the whole rest of the night to get the win.

“Lizzy did a great job, especially in the last three sets. She really stepped up in the front row. Gabby was huge at the net for us. Hannah Broo’s defense was just exceptional. When she was in the back row they couldn’t put anything down.”

TIPTON DEF. KOKOMO 25-22, 25-22, 20-25, 23-25, 15-13

Alanis Jones had 19 kills to lead the Wildkats (5-11), who dug an early hole and couldn’t turn the match their way despite forcing a fifth set. Kirsten Frey had 14 kills, seven blocks and seven digs. Tori Lauderbaugh had 11 kills, 17 digs and 25 service receptions. Brooke Smith had kills and seven digs. Miranda Ogle dished out 43 assists. Amanda Tran had 28 digs and 39 serve receptions. And Ceyanne Thomas had 14 digs and 21 service receptions.

“I felt like we struggled in the first two sets and that’s probably where we lost the match. We won a close one [Wednesday] night and we had it in hand in the fifth set, but we just got timid and played not to lose,” Kat coach Jason Watson said. “We made one too many errors and allowed them to come away with the win.”

Kacie Juday led Tipton (11-7) with 18 kills, five blocks and 23 digs.

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