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Lady Hornets outpoint Chesapeake

COAL GROVE — Allie Bentley and Cami Hillier made their points, which helped the Coal Grove Lady Hornets get the points they needed.

Bentley scored 24 points and Hillier 15 as the Lady Hornets beat the Chesapeake Lady Panthers in straight sets and won the Ohio Valley Conference volleyball match 25-15, 25-18 and 25-14.

Aiding the Lady Hornets win was Kelli McMackin with 9 kills.

In the reserve match, Chesapeake won 25-23, 25-19 and 25-12.

Coal Grove visits Rock Hill Thursday in a league match.

Flyers fall in 5

NEW BOSTON — Taking it to the limit.

The St. Joseph Female Flyers went on the road and battled the New Boston Lady Tigers back-and-forth before dropping a tough volleyball match in the full five sets Monday, 25-11, 19-25, 25-22, 5-25 and 10-15.

“Michelle Staton had some good kills, Sara Burcham had some nice sets, Katie Hacker got some godo tipsand Sarah Goebel was valuable off the bench,” said St. Joseph assistant coach Hannah Glockner.

One of the plays that characterized the game was in the third set when the Female Flyers’ Victoria Redden dove into the stands to keep a rally alive.

“That was a real hustle play by Redden,” said Glockner. “I thought Kayla Pyles and Sydney Hammond made some clutch serves, too.”

In the reserve match, St. Joseph won in straight sets 25-12 and 25-16.

St. Joseph hosts Sciotoville East Wednesday.