Logansport’s volleyball team recorded a three-game win Thursday night at Northwestern, 25-21, 25-20, 25-11.
Berry coach Jon Vernon thought the scores in the first two games were a little too close for comfort, but he was pleased his squad was able to come away with its second straight win to start the season.
“It was a typical first-day-of-school match,” he said. “We weren’t as sharp as we were against McCutcheon on Tuesday, but we played well in spurts enough to be able to pull away from them when we needed to.”
Kiley Victor had 13 kills, four digs and an ace for the Berries (2-0). Syd Bullard floored 10 kills.
Hannah Jones and Bailey Kelley each dished six assists, and Nakeya Penny and Alaina Page contributed four kills apiece. Page added three blocks. Lindsey Cheney had six digs and Katie Easter added three. Erin Samuels had two aces.
Logan travels to North Miami on Tuesday.
Culver 3, Caston 2
The Comets were edged in five games at Culver, 28-26, 19-25, 23-25, 25-19, 17-15.
Sarah Holt had 13 kills and two aces for the Comets (0-2). Haley Hoover had seven kills, four digs and three aces, and MicKayla Rans added five kills, four digs and two aces.
Katelyn Miller had 18 assists to go with three aces and two blocks. Haley Small added seven assists and Madison Martin followed with five.
Twin Lakes 3, Cass 0
Twin Lakes improved to 2-0 by sweeping Cass 25-8, 25-17, 25-18.
Morgan Gutwein led Twin Lakes with eight digs and six kills. Lauhren Pickett added six kills and five blocks. Chloe McAchren had 25 assists and two aces.
Brittany Connell came up with 12 digs and two aces. Lela Crabb contributed with 12 digs, and Chayse LeHocky added eight kills.
Twin Lakes coach Tim Kingery likes what he saw Thursday.
“The girls hit the ball very well, and passed the ball very well again,” Kingery said.
Rossville 3, Carroll 0
The Cougars dropped to 1-1 after a 25-12, 25-19, 25-11 loss at home.
Alivia Seward had four kills and Allison Nelson added three for Carroll. Macey Ropes had three digs, and Bailey Worl added two kills and two digs.
Kouts 8, Winamac 0
Kouts came out strong against Winamac (0-1), which was playing in its first match of the season.
The Warriors only had three shots on goal, and their goalies were busy with Zach Markley having 12 saves, and Brandon DeGroot having seven saves.
“We weren’t good [Thursday],” Winamac coach Mark Eber said. “We started well, but we couldn’t maintain that. We weren’t aggressive and we didn’t communicate well at all, especially on some of those in the second half. We had some rookie mistakes by players who know better. I give the kids kudos for playing hard to the end, but we were simply outmatched. We need to regroup and get ready for Twin Lakes.”