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Tech climbs over .500 with Monday girls volleyball win

The Harford Tech girls volleyball team got back over the .500 mark Monday with a straight set win over visiting Patterson Mill in UCBAC Susquehanna Division play.

The Cobras (6-4 league, 6-5 overall) won by scores of 27-25, 25-17, 25-20. The Huskies are 4-6 league and 4-7 overall.

Tech leaders were Alyssa Hockaday, one ace, six kills, one block; Karizma Hockaday, three aces, four kills, one block; Jamie Tubao, 11 assists, two aces; Ashley Huster, three aces, two kills; Sydney Tudor, one ace, three kills, two blocks; and Amber Olson, two aces and one kill.

Cougars beat Indians

Fallston (8-2 league, 8-4 overall) picked up another Chesapeake win Monday, beating visiting North East, 3-0. The scores were 25-13, 25-19, and 25-18.

The Cougars were led at the net by Brooke Alexander's six kills and Lauren Woollen's seven kills. Emily Mozal put up 18 assists and Anna Holehouse had 20 digs and six aces.

Rams fall at Bo Manor

Edgewood (2-8 league, 2-9 overall) lost 3-0 at Bo Manor in Susquehanna action. The Eagles winning scores were 25-20, 25-21and 25-18.

Leaders for Edgewood were Kelsey Swann, seven aces; Harmony Welsh, three kills; and Delani Noel, three aces. Coach Sarah Friedman noted a tremendous team effort as well as outstanding defense played by Alexis McCoy, Liz Padin and Shannon Bowman.

Panthers beat Mariners

Perryville (9-1 league, 9-2 overall) moved one step closer to the Susquehanna title Monday, beating winless and host Joppatowne, 3-0.

Game scores were 25-20, 25-10 and 25-14.

Notable stats for Perryville were Morgan Tennant, 14 assists, 12 service points, eight aces, three kills; Emily Merklinger, 10 kills; and Rachel Bell, 12 service points and two digs.

Joppatowne is 0-10 league and 0-11 overall.

Other score

North Harford (1-8 league, 1-8 overall) lost, 3-1, to visiting Elkton (3-6 league, 5-6 overall) in Chesapeake play Monday. The winning scores were 25-19, 23-25, 25-19 and 25-19.

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