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BERLIN CENTER, OH- Lisa Eichert, a senior basketball player at Western Reserve High School, has been making waves both on and off the court. In a recent interview on the YSN podcast, Eichert revealed her passion for numbers and her plans to pursue accounting at Youngstown State University. She attributes her love for numbers to her natural skill and fond memories of excelling in math from an early age.

Eichert’s dedication to basketball and her team is evident in her journey through the program. She has experienced highs and lows, including the adversity of tough losses and injuries among teammates. However, she remains a strong and dedicated player, aiming to push through challenges and secure victories in the season ahead.

Beyond her prowess on the court and in the classroom, Eichert is a family-oriented individual. She treasures time spent with her family, especially enjoying watching movies together and savoring her father’s cooking. Eichert also showcased her culinary skills by treating her family to a homemade fried chicken sandwich and coleslaw during a break.

As Eichert prepares to transition to college, she looks forward to new experiences and making lasting memories. Her positive outlook and determination have garnered praise from her peers and fans. Her commitment to her sport, academic pursuits, and family dynamics make her a role model for aspiring athletes and students alike.

Eichert’s story serves as a source of inspiration for her fellow students and athletes, reflecting the values of hard work, integrity, and dedication. As she continues to make her mark both on and off the court, she sets an exemplary standard for those around her.



BERLIN CENTER, OH- Welcome to another episode of YSN Player Profile, where we bring you intriguing profiles from the Western Reserve community. In today’s episode, we delve into the world of Lisa Eichert, a senior outside hitter for the phenomenal volleyball team with a record of 22 and 1. We get to know Lisa and her journey in the sport, the strong chemistry within her team, and their upcoming playoffs match against Lowellville.

We also learn about the talented underclassmen who are poised to make their mark in the future. Stay tuned for an insightful conversation about teamwork, memories, and the love for volleyball. Plus, we throw in some rapid-fire questions to uncover Lisa’s favorites.

It’s time to dive into the Western Reserve Profile of Lisa Eichert.




BERLIN CENTER OH- Western Reserve would not be denied Wednesday night as they battled their way to a four set victory over Badger (25-22 25-14 21-25 25-13).

Dani Vuletich had a great night finishing with 21 kills to lead the Blue Devils offense. Gianna Paris was key to the Reserve attack as she set up 30 assists. Paris also played good defense collecting 9 digs. Alyvia Hughes put in a double double with 11 kills, and 10 digs. Lisa Eichert also finished with a double double totaling 11 kills, and 15 digs.

Western Reserve will advance to the district championship where they’ll travel to Wellsville. That match is scheduled for Saturday at 1:00.


BERLIN CENTER OH- Western Reserve capped off the home portion of their regular season schedule on Tuesday with a quick sweep of Waterloo (25-7 25-8 25-10).

Lisa Eichert picked up a double double for the Devils. She finished with 11 kills, 13 digs, and 3 aces. Dani Vuletich also finished with 11 kills. She added 4 blocks. Gianna Paris had an impressive night with 16 assists, 8 digs, and 4 aces.

Western Reserve has a big test on Thursday as they travel to Wellsville. Waterloo will travel to East Palestine on Thursday.


MCDONALD OH- Western Reserve and McDonald clashed on Tuesday night in a battle of the Blue Devils. This night was all about Reserve though as they swept McDonald on the road (25-13 25-18 25-14).

Dani Vuletich led the Blue Devils offense with 12 kills, and 3 blocks. She also finished with 2 digs and 2 assists. Lisa Eichert was also in double digits with 10 kills. Eichert also collected 6 digs, 3 aces, and a block. Gianna Paris and Kayla Owen both led Reserve in digs with 9 each. Paris also set up 23 assists.

Western Reserve will now host 8-2 Jackson Milton on Wednesday. McDonald drops their record to 6-6 and they’ll travel to Lowellville on Thursday.


COLUMBIANA OH- It was an exciting Saturday matinee in Crestview as the Rebels took a five set thriller against Western Reserve (25-19 11-25 25-16 23-25 15-10).

The Rebels opened set one in a quick hole, down 4-0 before they could blink. That four point lead last until the 11-7 mark, then the Rebels turned it on. Lucy Montgomery got her foul kills in the set in a quick burst and just like that it was tied. The Rebels controller the set from that point. Outscoring the Devils 14-8 the rest of the way. They’d take set 1 25-19.

The Blue Devils didn’t crumble under the didsapointment though. In fact, they did the opposite and dominated set two. Mostly off the incredible serving of Alyvia Hughes, the Devils rolled to a 25-11 set two win.

The Rebels returned the favor and dominated set three. The match was the truest representation of back and forth. 25-16 was the score of set three.

Set four was the most competitive. The Devi’s took an early lead, and held it to 13-8. Then the Rebels responded with a 6-0 run and took a 14-13 lead. The set went completely back and forth after that. Reserve got the clutch points down the stretch and took a 25-23 victory to force a decisive set 5.

Crestview beat the odds to win set five, you don’t often see a team drop set four and respond to win set five. It’s hard to stifle the other team’s momentum and stop them from starting the shorter set fast. The Rebels were able to do that though as they answered each Reserve point to start. Tied up at 3, Crestview took a 7-0 run to grab control. It was 14-7 before Reserve avoided three match points in a row before falling 15-10.

Montgomery  collected a triple double for Crestview with 19 kills, 22 assists, and 19 digs. Grace Auer also had a triple double with 19 kills, 20 assists, and 14 digs. Molly Emch finished with 8 kills, and 4 blocks. Kendra Greaves finished with 16 digs.

Dani Vuletich had a match-high 20 kills for Reserve, and also 6 blocks. Lisa Eichert finished with 12 kills. Hannah Diaz put in a good day of work as well with 13 kills.

Crestview will try to keep their 9-2 record rolling as they travel to Champion. Western Reserve drops to 7-3 and will travel to Mooney on Monday.


LOWELLVILLE OH- Western Reserve kept their good tunes rolling on Thursday with a sweep of Lowellville (25-12 25-6 25-8).

Dani Vuletich led a balanced offense gathering 11 kills. Vuletich also has 2 blocks and an ace. Lisa Eichert added  8 kills, 8 digs, and 3 aces. Alyvia Hughes has 11 digs, 7 kills, and 3 aces. Gianna Paris racked up 19 assists, 5 aces, and a kill.

Western Reserve will look to stay in the win column on Tuesday as they host Springfield. Lowellville will look to get back on track Saturday as they host Campbell.


BERLIN CENTER OH- It was senior night in Western Reserve, and the Devils honored 4 seniors. The Devils had a great game plan and executed it to a tee to earn a sweep of a tough Heartland Christian team (25-15 25-16 25-22).

The first set started as everyone expected this match to go, it was a back and forth competitive set. Until Reserve led 11-8, no team had a lead bigger than 2. But at that point the Devils took off and quickly grasped control over the set. Heartland was struggling to get into system and couldn’t be as aggressive as they wanted to be. Those struggles for Heartland continued into set two as Reserve dominated both of the first two sets.

The Lions really showed some fight to come out in the third set and grab a lead. Makayla Osborn served well for the Lions, at one point serving up 3 aces in a row to tie the set up at 6-6. However late in the set Reserve dug out a lot of strong attacks and simply outlasted the Lions in long rally’s. The Devils completed the sweep with a 25-22 victory in set three.

Dani Vuletich led the Devil’s attack with 10 kills. She also played great defense at the net with 4 blocks. Lisa Eichert had a strong night as well with 9 kills. Alyvia Hughes finished with 7. Gianna Paris gathered 16 assists on the night. Reserve did a good job having other players ready to set when Paris was taken out of the play.

Western Reserve will play their third game in three days on Thursday when they travel to Lowellville. Heartland will need to bounce back quick as they travel to Columbiana on Thursday.


SALEM OH- A highly anticipated out of conference match up between two of the better teams in the area did not disappoint. The Devils beat Salem in four, but each set was competitive, and each set saw the Devils grab the clutch points down the stretch to win (28-26 21-25 26-24 28-26).

Dani Vuletich led the Devils attack with 14 kills, 6 blocks, and 4 aces. Lisa Eichert completed a double-double with 13 kills, and 17 digs. Kayla Owen was a dig machine finishing with 34. Grace Paris spread the ball around well finishing with 20 assists.

Kaley Davis led Salem with 13 kills and 5 aces. Rylie Troy led the Quakers defense with 7 digs. Morgan McGaffick finished the night with 18 assists.

Western Reserve moves on to host Heartland Christian on Wednesday. That game will be live on YSN. Salem travels to Marlington on Thursday.



SEBRING OH- Western Reserve Volleyball made quick work of Sebring on Tuesday night with a three set sweep. (25-10 25-6-25-5).

The Devils had multiple attackers with solid night’s. Dani Vuletich led with 9 kills and 5 blocks. Alyvia Hughes added 8 kills, 8 digs, and 2 aces. Lisa Eichert had 7 kills, 8 digs, and 1 block. Callie Steed also played good defense getting 8 digs. Gianna Paris set the offense well and gathered 16 assists.

Western Reserve returns to action on Thursday as they travel to Mineral Ridge.