Girls volleyball teams from Bel Air and North Harford each closed out their regular seasons with one final win Wednesday as they prepare for a UCBAC Championship showdown.
The Bobcats and Hawks will meet Tuesday for the UCBAC title. The match will be played at Patterson Mill, starting at 7 p.m.
Bel Air's win, a 3-0 Chesapeake (upper) Division sweep of visiting North East, finished the Bobcats season a perfect 15-0. The Bobcats were 12-0 in league play. The scores were 25-13, 25-15 and 25-8.
Bel Air's individual leaders were Amanda Rodriguez, 16 assists, three kills, four aces and five digs; Celeste Roland, 11 kills and seven digs; Jen Schofield, seven assists; Tia Williams, four kills and five digs; Jackie DeLuise, three kills and one block; Kaila Gonzalez, two kills and one block; and Rien Hachmann, three aces.
Outstanding back row defense came from Consuelo Ezcurra and Kendall Daley, according to Bobcats head coach Tim Markland.
Hawks sweep Mariners
The Hawks (13-1, 13-2) blanked host Joppatowne (1-13, 1-13), 3-0, by scores of 25-16, 25-14 and 25-13 in Susquehanna (lower) play.
Alexis Lyttle had four kills and one block, while Morgan Knox had three aces and three kills. Britney Fleming also had three aces and three kills and Sammi Moore added five kills and one ace.
Cougars beat Elks
Fallston (3-8, 4-10) closed its Chesapeake season Wednesday with a win, beating visiting Elkton in four games. The scores were 25-22, 19-25, 25-20 and 25-16.
The Cougars were led by Phoenix Offutt, 10 kills and eight blocks, and by Kim Francis, nine kills and nine blocks. Emily Mozal led with 20 assists.
Defensively, the Cougars were led by Kim Geer and Asia Avena, each with 10 digs.
Cobras beat Warriors
Harford Tech (7-7, 7-7) beat host Havre de Grace (4-10, 4-11), 3-1, Wednesday in Susquehanna play. The scores were 26-24, 19-25, 28-26 and 25-14.
Notable Tech players were Jamie Tubao, 30 assists and two aces; Brittney Chavis, two kills; and Alyssa Hockaday, two kills, two aces and three blocks.
Havre de Grace leaders were Ashley Algard, five aces, two kills and 15 points; Rebecca Ashman, two kills, seven aces and 19 points; Emily Bubb, two kills and one block; Reilly Crawford, 10 points and one block; Sara Harmon, seven points, two aces and two kills; Sarah Thompson, 20 saves; Samara White, two kills, 12 points and four aces; and Elisa Rivera, two kills, two aces and 11 points.
Other Wednesday scores
Edgewood (1-13, 1-14) lost 3-0 to visiting Bo Manor in Susquehanna play. The scores were 14-25, 10-25 and 8-25.
Also, Aberdeen (10-3, 10-3) swept host Perryville, 3-0. The scores were 25-21, 25-17 and 25-14.Copyright © 2015, The Baltimore Sun