Maconaquah def. Cass 25-12, 25-16, 25-22
The Braves moved to 11-3 on the season and remained unbeaten in Mid-Indiana Conference play at 4-0 after the sweep of the Kings in Bunker Hill.
Michaela Walters led Maconaquah with eight kills, eight service points, 12 digs and 13 service receptions. Emily Wilson added 28 digs and seven points. Ally Exmeyer added seven kills and four assisted blocks. Jalyn Windsor finished with eight kills, four solo blocks and five assisted blocks. Madi Turner added 12 points and 12 receptions. And Lynnsie Arion finished with 26 assists, 11 digs and eight points.
“I’m proud of the girls because we got an MIC win in three sets, but we definitely did not play our best game,” Maconaquah coach Jessica Metcalf said. “[Tuesday] night was our annual ‘Play for Pink’ game so we had a big crowd there. Normally, we feed off of the crowd, but that didn’t happen. It was a low-key game. We just kind of toyed with things early in the match.”
Tri-Central def. Carroll 25-14, 25-17, 25-11
Shelby Ramsey posted a double-double of 10 kills and 10 blocks to lead the Trojans past their Hoosier Heartland Conference rivals.
Also for TC, Tara Davis had 20 assists and 13 service points (three aces) and Haley Farris and Cecelia Rayl combined for 32 digs.
Tri-Central is 11-8 overall and has won six in a row.
TAYLOR 4, NORTHWESTERN 1
Jack Lipchik didn’t drop a game in a 6-0, 6-0 victory at No. 1 singles, wrapping his match up first on the day. Camden Kimbler won the No. 2 match 6-0, 6-1, and Casey Glick won the No. 3 match 6-3, 6-2. And the No. 1 doubles team of Austin Douglas and Cole Schroeder won 6-3, 6-0.
The Titans improved to 9-2 overall and 5-1 in the MIC, keeping pace at the top of the league standings. Kimbler is now 13-1 on the season and Lipchik, Schroeder and the No. 1 doubles team each improved to 12-2.