MALONE - The OFA girls volleyball team struggled on Wednesday with the match-up against Malone hitter Rachel Lamica.
Rachel just is active in front of the net both on offense and defense. She really is a good blocker. Malone is a good team we just couldnt get anything going, said OFA Coach Sue McLean after the Devils fell 25-16, 25-18, 25-17.
We we did well serving especially coming back in game one down 19-6 and we received well at times, added McLean.
Katrina Couperus generated nine points including four aces and posted three digs for OFA (6-5 overall). Oliva Bender added eight assists while Skyler Hoover chipped in six points, five aces and two kills. Rounding out OFAs effort were Brittany Barr (five digs, three points), Felicia Barr (four kills, two points), Taylor Fisher (two kills, three points), Emma Hart (three points) and Jade Casey (five points).
Aimee Fleury led the Huskies with 12 service points which included seven aces. Fleury added two kills to the win as Rachel Lamica posted a 10-point, eight-kill, five-block performance.
Janelle Heden also picked up 10 service points for FA, with seven aces and a pair of kills while Brooke Peck added nine points and six assists to the victory.
Edwards-Knox 3, Brushton-Moira 1: Nicole Hendricks produced 11 points and five aces, Marissa Johnson logged 14 points, Megan Farr tallied nine points and seven aces, Kristina Klock chipped in five points and Kiana Coffey collected nine digs leading the host Cougars past Brushton-Moira 25-12, 21-25, 25-15, 25-22.
Salmon River 3, Potsdam 1: The Shamrocks (9-2) overcae a first game setback for a win over Potsdam 23-25, 25-9, 25-20, 25-19.
Leading the Shamrocks were: Nicole Smoke (21 service points, 6 aces, 4 kills, 9 assists), and Raven Oakes (14 service points, 3 aces, 4 assists).