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Fallston, Tech, Aberdeen get Monday girls volleyball wins

The Fallston Cougars closed out their girls volleyball regular season schedule Monday with a tough 3-0 win at C. Milton Wright in an UCBAC Chesapeake Division match. The scores were 25-21, 25-23 and 25-19.

The Cougars (9-3 league, 11-5 overall) were led by Lizeta Argiropolus with 11 kills and Lauren Woollen with five kills. Emily Mozal put up 27 assists, while Anna Holehouse contributed 18 digs and five aces. Asia Avena added seven aces.

CMW slipped to 4-6 league and 4-8 overall.

Cobras beat Mariners

Harford Tech added another Susquehanna Division win Monday, defeating visiting Joppatowne, 3-0. Scores were 25-8, 25-17 and 25-12.

Tech (8-4 league, 8-5 overall) leaders were Charice Corbin, one ace, two kills; Amber Olson, one ace, one kill; Jamie Tubao, two aces, one kill, eight assists; Jenna Hathazi, six kills, one block; Megan Gardner, two aces; Ashley Huster, four kills; and Alyssa Hockaday, seven aces and three kills.

Joppatowne is 0-12 league and 0-13 overall.

Huskies fall to Bo Manor

Patterson Mill dropped its Susquehanna match to visiting Bo Manor, 3-1, Monday.

The Huskies won the first game 25-19, but dropped the next three, 19-25, 21-25 and 25-27.

Leading the Huskies (5-7 league, 5-8 overall) were Kayla McDowell, three aces, four kills, one dink for point, 33 assists, 12 blocks; Hannah Roussey, three aces, four kills, one dink for point, 26 assists, four saves, five blocks; Morgan Allen, two aces, seven saves; Haley Scribner, two aces, four kills, three dinks for points, 19 blocks, three blocks for points; and Samantha Denson, one ace, one kill, two dinks for points, one save and two blocks.

Eagles beat Rams

Edgewood also dropped its Susquehanna match with visiting Aberdeen, 3-0, The Eagles winning scores were 25-16, 25-13 and 25-20.

Leaders for Edgewood (3-9 league, 3-10 overall) were Kelsey Swann, four aces; Breanna Barber, three kill, one block; Alexis McCoy, two kills, one block; and Harmony Welsch, two kills.

Outstanding defense was played by Shannon Bowman and Julia Gatch and the entire varsity team, according to Rams Head Coach Sarah Friedman.

Aberdeen is 9-4 league and 10-4 overall.

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