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October 18, 2012

H.S. VOLLEYBALL: Christian Academy, Lanesville move on in Class A

Warriors sweep Rock Creek, Lanesville wins in four sets over Borden



The opening set did not allow either team to take solid control in the early going as both squads exchanged points.

The Eagles took a 9-8 lead and never let go, widening it to 21-12 before Borden took a timeout to regroup.

 The break did not help much as the Braves posted just two more points, giving Lanesville the first set 25-14.

The troubles continued for Borden into the second set as Lanesville took control of the set early.

The Eagle run continued until Borden took a timeout, trailing 12-5. Lanesville came out of the stop with more fire than the Braves, holding Borden to just one point and widening the advantage to 16-6 and forcing Borden to take a second timeout.

The second timeout was just more fuel on the Lanesville fire as the Eagles widened the lead to 23-9 before the Braves managed a rally. The rally cut the deficit to 23-12 and forced a Lanesville timeout, but the chance to regroup was enough to get Lanesville to the set victory, 25-13.

A revitalized Borden squad took the floor for the third set, matching points with the Lanesville squad and playing with a fire that seemed to be missing in the second set.

The see-saw of points continued until Borden rallied for an 8-5 lead, forcing Lanesville to take a timeout.

The break seemed to benefit the Braves more as they maintained their lead. The Borden lead began to evaporate, allowing Lanesville to tie the game at 12-apiece. Another see-saw exchange of points ensued before the teams tied it at 16-16.

A handful of Lanesville miscues gave Borden a 20-17 lead, prompting Lanesville to talk things over. The break gave Lanesville some life as they methodically cut the Borden lead point by point, tying the set at 21-all.

The change in momentum prompted a Borden timeout and energized the sizable crowds from both schools. The break was enough for the Braves to regroup and take the third set 25-22.

The fourth set was dominated by the Eagles from the start. A 6-1 Lanesville lead brought the Borden squad to the bench to talk things over and regroup. The stoppage did not slow down the Eagles as they rolled out a 15-7 lead, forcing Borden to take another timeout to try and stop the rally.

The rally was slowed as Borden cut the deficit to 21-14, causing Lanesville to take a timeout and regroup. The break was enough as Lanesville sealed the deal, taking the fourth set 25-14 and the match.

Leslie Beatty led Borden with five of the Braves’ 16 kills. Morgan Mast had 16 assists and Megan Frascella led Borden with 15 digs.

“We fought hard,” Borden coach D.J. Zipp said. “They were just better than we were.”





ROCK CREEK                   17    11      8

CHRISTIAN ACADAMY    25    25    25

Individual Statistics

    Aces — Rock Creek: Katie Clapp 1; Christian Academy: Brooklyn Garrison 7.

    Assists — Christian Academy: Alex Falcone 23.

    Blocks — Rock Creek: Brittany Page 4; Christian Academy: Rachel Boesing 3.

    Digs — Christian Academy: Garrison 4.

    Kills — Christian Academy: Rachel Boesing 8, Krista Boesing 8.



LANESVILLE    25    25    22    25

BORDEN           14    13    25    14


    Aces — Lanesville 9 (Morgan Williams 4); Borden 4 (Paige Kruer 2).

    Assists — Lanesville 28 (Emma Bays 25); Borden 16 (Morgan Mast 16).

    Blocks — Lanesville 5 (Robyn Schoen 3); Borden 1 (Leslie Beatty 1).

    Digs — Lanesville 26 (Brooklynn Keinsley 13); Borden 51 (Megan Frascella 15).

    Kills — Lanesville 30 (Hannah Conder, Robyn Scoen 12); Borden 16 (Leslie Beatty 5).


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