Warriors-Lions battle five sets in cross-county volleyball game

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Photo by Angie Carman Carrollton’s back row of (from left) Lauren Marmo, Bri Shockey and Bayley McClelland await a serve from Minerva in a contest last week on the Lion’s home court.

Carrollton improved to 10-8 overall and evened its league record at 5-5 with a win over Minerva last week.
The Warriors and Lions battled their five sets before the winner was determined. Carrollton won the first set 25-18 only to have the Lions take the second and third sets, 25-16 and 25-23, before the Warriors came back to win the fourth 25-13 and force a fifth set, which they won 15-8.
Bayley McClelland was the team’s top server with 13 points.
The Warriors picked up a non-league win over East Liverpool and fell to West Branch in conference play earlier in the week.
The Warriors took a talented East Liverpool team to five sets before falling to the Potters. East Liverpool won the first set 25-16 before the Warriors answered with a 25-18 win. The Potters won the third set 25-13 and again, Carrollton answered with a 25-21 to force a fifth set, which the Potters won 15-11.
Brandi Hafner was the top server for Carrollton with eight points.
West Branch
The green and white Warriors defeated Carrollton in three sets, 25-21, 26-16, 25-18 the following night to drop Carrollton’s record one game under .500 at 4-5
Gracie Bagozzi earned scoring honors with 11 points.

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