LIBERTY OH- In an early morning varsity-only matchup, LaBrae and Liberty clashed in a rescheduled game due to a previous power outage. Both teams faced the challenge of adjusting to the unusual timing, but it was LaBrae that rose to the occasion, securing a convincing sweep with scores of 25-8, 25-20, and 25-7.
LaBrae’s performance was marked by standout contributions across the board. Rylee McDonough played a pivotal role, recording a double-double with 10 kills and 13 assists. Her versatility and ability to impact both the offensive and setting aspects of the game were instrumental in her team’s success. Additionally, McDonough chipped in with 3 digs, showcasing her defensive skills.
Taylor Burns showcased her prowess at the net with 8 kills, contributing to LaBrae’s powerful offensive display. Ella Kuszmaul added to the offensive firepower with 5 kills of her own.
On the defensive end, Khloe Sanderson displayed her prowess with 10 digs and 4 aces, making her presence felt both in the back row and at the service line. Shelby Bragg contributed significantly, tallying 14 assists, 7 aces, and 5 digs, orchestrating the team’s offense while also providing solid defensive support.
Liberty’s Lexi Muck put up a valiant effort with 6 kills, but LaBrae’s dominant performance proved too much for their opponents to handle.