LANDER — Corry’s middle school girls volleyball season started on a solid note as both teams won their matches in two sets over Eisenhower.
The A team won 25-5 and 25-10.
“Eisenhower was unable to handle our strong serving, which led to an easy victory for us,” said coach Pat Goodsel.
Players on the team include Riley Baker, Olyvia Carr, Megan Dennis, Meg Goodsel, Hope Hasbrouck, Brooke Joncas, Emily Sonntag and Aly Young.
The B team won 25-23 and 25-20.
“We trailed most of the first set, but managed to pull out the victory on strong serving,” said Goodsel. “In the second set we led the entire time.”
Kiara Keener, Hannah Poston, and Alexa Yoder contributed with key points down the stretch. Maddi Vona and Rylyn Bailey were the setters. Morgan Ahl, Indya Berkhous, Laurel Cooney, and Krystal Kinney were the hitters.
Corry’s next match is Tuesday at home versus General McLane.
In Union City, the Little Bears lost the A game to Saegertown 25-23, 25-7, 19-25. In the B game, UC won 25-22, 7-25, 25-21.