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MINERAL RIDGE OH- Mineral Ridge volleyball has all the right ingredients to a successful team. You take a great defense, mix it with an elite setter, and then add multiple attack options for her to get the ball to. Mineral Ridge has an assassin in the middle of the night in Olivia Booth. She gives their offense speed, as most great middles do. When the Rams are in system, you can bet they are going to try and get Olivia the ball.  She has made a tremendous impact in the Mineral Ridge program.  It is a program that won the MVAC and the district championship 2 years ago. Now after a season of bringing up some youth the Rams are right back in action.  Booth is a big reason why. She is so hard to defend. When you add that to her own defensive power at the net, she’s a massive key in Mineral Ridge’s success.

Olivia Booth currently sits at 129 kills on the season with an average of over 2 kills per set. She also has contributed 20 blocks to the Rams net presence. As a team Mineral Ridge has accumulated 78 blocks.

Olivia took the time this week to chat with YSN’s Anthony Hartwig about her senior season. They talk about some of the goals she set this year, what has made Mineral Ridge such a special place to her, and so much more. Don’t miss the latest Mineral Ridge Volleyball Player Profile only on YSN.

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MINERAL RIDGE OH- With the conference victory over McDonald the Lady Rams improved to a record of 8-1 on the season and 5-0 in the conference. (25-7 25-13 25-19) The Lady Rams were led by Morgan Sigley with 13 aces, 12 digs and 27 points, Katelyn Lesko with 16 kills, 9 digs and 3 aces and Danielle Aulet with 22 assists and 3 aces. The Lady Blue Devils were led by Maria Rasile with 13 service points, and 3 aces, Grace Bundy with 9 digs and 2 kills and Olivia Booth with 4 digs.

*Contributed by Ron Lesko at rams athletics.org


BERLIN CENTER OH- Western Reserve Volleyball Opener their home schedule with a 3-0 sweep of McDonald (25-8 27-25 25-16).

The first set was total domination by Reserve. McDonald just couldn’t get their swings to stay in play. However, they were passing and setting pretty well. McDonald seemed to be in system quite a bit and just couldn’t avoid the errors in set one.

McDonald really straightened things up in set number two as they rushed out to a 24-15 lead. Then with Alyvia Hughes serving Reserve went on a 10-0 run to take a 25-24 lead, and eventually win set two 27-25.

McDonald tried to fight off the huge momentum swing Reserve took after coming back from down 9, but they just couldn’t do enough to hold back the powerful Reserve front line.

Lisa Eichert led Reserve with 7 kills, she also had 7 digs, and 3 aces. Dani Vuletich had 5 kills and 6 blocks. Hughes has 17 digs and 5 aces, she also added four kills.

Olivia Booth led McDonald with 3 kills and 4 aces. Sophia Constantino has 5 digs.

Western Reserve is now 1-1 and will return to action Thursday at Southeast.  McDonald is now 0-2 and gets back on the floor Monday the 31st at LaBrae.