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Fallston, Edgewood collect girls volleyball victories

The Fallson Cougars stayed in contention for an UCBAC Chesapeake (upper) Division title with a 3-0 win at Elkton on Wednesday. The scores were 25-19, 25-16 and 25-21.

The Cougars (7-1 league, 7-3 overall) were led by Brittany Callahan's seven kills, six aces and 10 digs. Lauren Woollen added five kills. Emily Mozal put up 18 assists and Anna Holehouse contributed 27 digs. Campbell Brady added three blocks.

Rams beat Mariners

Edgewood won its Susquehanna match over visiting Joppatowne, 3-0, Wednesday. Scores were 25-22, 25-18 and 25-11.

Leaders for Edgewood (2-7 league, 2-8 overall) were Kelsey Swann, four aces and six assists; Alexis McCoy, three aces and three kills; and Cassandra Rogers, five aces and six digs.

Outstanding back row defense was played by Shannon Bowman, according to Rams head coach Sarah Friedman.

Joppatowne continued winless at 0-9 league and 0-10 overall.

Panthers beat Cobras

Perryville moved another step closer to a Susquehanna Division title Wednesday, defeating host Harford Tech, 3-0. The scores were 25-15, 25-15 and 25-18.

Leading the Panthers (8-1 in both league and overall) to victory were Morgan Tennant, 17 assists, 14 service points, 10 kills and seven aces; Emily Merklinger, 13 kills, three digs and two blocks; Caitlin Davidson, 11 service points and 10 digs; Rachel Bell, seven service points and seven digs; and Kylie Shiflett, 10 digs and nine service points.

The Cobras (5-4 league, 5-5 overall) were led by Alyssa Hockaday, one ace and three kills; Jamie Tubao, five assists; Jenna Hathazi, two aces, one kill and two assists; Amber Olson, four kills and one block; and Sydney Tudor, two kills.

Warriors lose at Bo Manor

Havre de Grace dropped its Susquehanna match at Bo Manor, 3-0, on Wednesday.

Leading the Warriors (3-6 league, 3-7 overall) were Samara White, 10 service points and three kills; Rebecca Ashman three kills; and Ashley Algard, nine points and two kills

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