The Harford Tech girls volleyball team picked up its biggest win of the season Wednesday, visiting and beating Aberdeen, 3-0, in an UCBAC Susquehanna Division match.
The scores were 25-18, 25-17 and 25-23.
Leaders for Tech (7-4 league, 7-5 overall) were Alyssa Hockaday, one ace, four kills; Karizma Hockaday, one ace, two kills; Ashley Huster, three aces, one kill; Jamie Tubao, three aces, three kills, 14 assists; Amber Olson, two aces, five kills; Sydney Tudor, two aces, two kills; and Amy Huynh, 13 digs.
Rams beat Warriors
Edgewood (3-8 league, 3-9 overall) needed five sets to beat visiting Havre de Grace (3-8 league, 3-9 overall) in Susquehanna play on Wednesday.
Havre de Grace took the first set, 25-20, but Edgewood won set two, 25-20. Havre de Grace then took set three, 25-16, but Edgewood forced the fifth set with a 25-20 win set four. The Rams won the deciding set, 15-11.
Leaders for Edgewood were Kelsey Swann, seven aces, 13 assists; Alexis McCoy, three aces, six kills; Delani Noel, six aces; Breanna Barber, three aces, six kills, three blocks; and Harmony Welsh, six kills, three aces.
Outstanding defense was played by Shannon Bowman and Miriam Barton, according to Rams coach Sarah Friedman.
Cougars fall to Tigers
Fallston (8-3 league, 8-5 overall) fell in three tough sets to Chesapeake Division champion and visiting Rising Sun. The scores were 23-25, 25-27 and 21-25.
The Cougars efforts were led at the net by Brittany Callahan with nine kills and Lauren Woollen with five kills. Emily Mozal put up 30 assists, which brings her two-year varsity total assists to 509. Anna Holehouse also contributed 12 digs.
Bel Air (8-2 league, 10-2 overall) won in three sets at Elkton in Chesapeake play. Scores were 25-18, 25-9 and 25-19.
Patterson Mill (5-6 league, 5-7 overall) won 3-1 at Joppatowne (0-11 league, 0-12 overall) in Susquehanna action. Scores were 25-10, 19-25, 25-8 and 25-19.Copyright © 2015, The Baltimore Sun