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HANOVERTON OH- United brought a four game win streak in to Monday night’s contest with Jackson Milton, and looked to keep it alive. The Eagles have been winning close games left and right this season, and Monday would be no different. After trailing 36-29 going into the final frame, United outscored the Jays 18-9 to win on senior night 47-45.

Freshman Grace Knight led the way for the Eagles scoring 13 points. Madison Kibler, and Mickey Shasteen both had 8.

Chelsea Williams had a game-high 16 points to lead the Blue Jays. Kelsie Taylor, and Ava Darney both finished with 8.

United will return to play January 4th as they’ll host Leetonia.


BERLIN CENTER OH- In the first of two meetings between Western Reserve and Jackson Milton, it was the Blue Devils who came out on top with a sweep of the Blue Jays (25-16 25-18 25-22).

Dani Vuletich continued to be dominant in the front row with 16 kills and 3 blocks. Alyvia Hughes had a strong performance with 12 digs, 7 kills, and 2 aces. Gianna Paris clocked in a double double with 27 assists and 11 digs.

For Jackson Milton, Kelsie Taylor led the way in kills with 9. Camryn Mitchell Player fantastix defense and had a match-high 30 digs.

These two teams will play again on Thursday night this time at Jackson Milton.


MINERAL RIDGE OH- Mineral Ridge ended a long Jackson Milton Win Streak Tuesday night with a sweep of the Blue Jays (25-15 25-19 25-19).

With the conference victory the Lady Rams improved to a season record of 10-1 and a conference record of 6-0. The Lady Rams were led by Katelyn Lesko with 17 digs and 14 kills, Danielle Aulet with 33 assists and 1 block and Morgan Sigley with with 8 kills and 5 aces. The Lady Blue Jays were led by Camryn Mitchell with 25 digs, Paige Grope with 25 assists and Kelsie Taylor with 12 kills. Jackson Milton is now 8-2 on the season and 5-2 in the conference.

*Contributed By Ron Lesko at ramsathletics.org


NORTH JACKSON OH- The Blue Jays saw themselves struggle with Waterloo just a week ago. Last Monday the two teams battled in a five set thriller that the Blue Jays barely pulled out. What a difference a week makes. They dominated the Vikings on Monday night in a sweep (25-11 25-11 25-16).

It was all about the middle blockers in set one as Logan Grunder set the tone. She was responsible for 5 of the Blue Jays first 7 points. Her counterpart Kara Costello also has a great first set in the front row.

As the match went on, the outsides of the Jays got more involved Kelsie Taylor came on strong in the second set to help the Blue Jays Dominate.

Jackson Milton did have to battle a shaky start to set three. They found themselves down 10-8, but then the rattled off 6 points in a row to take control of the set.

Grunder led the Jays in kills, getting into double digits with 10. She also was great with her defense collecting 6 blocks.  Taylor managed to grab 8 kills after not recording one in the first set. Paige Grope did a great job setting as she tallied 20 assists. Kailee Davis led the back row with 8 digs.

Kyleigh Eddy was impressive for Waterloo. She did a little bit of everything for the Vikings whether that be setting, hitting from the outside, or attacking out of the middle. She finished with 5 kills.

Jackson Milton has a tough test ahead as they host Mineral Ridge on Tuesday. Waterloo will continue to look for their first win of the season as they travel to Sebring.