WATERFORD — Fort LeBoeuf swept the Corry girls in volleyball play last night 25-12, 25-6 and 25-16.

The Bison are now 12-2 overall and 10-2 in the region, Corry falling to 5-8 and 3-9. 

“We started off well in the first game with Alissa Glass scoring the first point on an ace,” noted coach Kelly Goodsel. “With some good passing, we were able to run a few nice plays, gaining early kills by Kayla Stover and Karlie Bailey, and Emily Greer.

“Midway through game 1 and nearly all of game 2 our passing started to breakdown, taking us out of any offensive consistency and resulted in a couple of pretty easy victories for LeBeouf,” he claimed. “In game 3, the young ladies made some serve receive adjustments resulting in nearly twice as many kills.”

Shana Merkle registered a couple kills in that game and Emily Greer put up a strong block, but  LeBoeuf was just too much for Corry.

For Corry, Tabitha Jaggi and Emily Greer led the team with three kills each and Kristen Dennis had seven assists.   

LeBoeuf also won the junior varsity match 25-21, 25-13.

“We came out ready to play and in a very exciting first game had it tied up at 21 before falling on a couple of close plays at the end,” reported coach Danielle Bailey. “We had a balanced attack, Taylor Roth’s 10 assists were spread out pretty evenly with Janele Greer, Kayla Stover and Karlie Bailey all having three kills each.”

The team is sponsoring a spaghetti dinner today from 4:30-6:30 p.m. at the high school.

Corry has its final home game Tuesday versus Seneca and will recognize its seniors that evening.

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