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CANFIELD OH- South Range found themselves hosting an old foe on Thursday as they played United with a sectional title on the line. With one win separating the two team’s records it promised to be a tight competitive match. It definitely lived up to the hype as the Raiders came out on top in a  close four set victory (23-25 28-26 25-9 25-21).

The first two sets of the night were decided by two points. They traded blows back and forth as Tori Tschappatt and Izzy Lamparty both were able to find rhythm for their respective sides. United came out on top of set 1 25-23, while the Raiders finally ended a long set 2 28-26.

The third set is when things turned, and dramatically. The Raiders turned up the aggressiveness from the serve line and gave the Eagles fits. Julia Blasko served for 11 points in a row as the Raiders rolled through set 3 25-9.

Credit to the Eagles for bringing back their toughness in set 4, it would have been easy to pack it in. That’s not what United is about. They fought like crazy to stay in set 4. Lamparty and Ally Sauerwein both proved to be too much for the Eagles to handle out of the middle. The Raiders pulled out the 25-21 win to seal the match.

Lamparty has a tremendous night with 19 kills and 5 blocks. Ally Sauerwein finished with 8 blocks. Julia Blasko served well for the Raiders finishing with 5 aces. Reagan Irons led the defense with 23 digs. Sarah Kuhns ran the offense and set up 14 assists.

Tschappatt led the Eagles with 11 kills on the night. Senior Brooke Smith went out on a high note leading the team with 15 digs. Haley Dees finished with a match high 28 assists.

The Raiders advance to the district semifinals where they will travel to Cardinal the second seed in the bracket. That match will start at 6:00




POLAND OH- After almost a week off, The Raiders finished their conference  season strong with a hard fought four set victory over Poland (25-12 25-22 22-25 25-22).

Izzy Lamparty led the Raiders with 14 kills on the night and 5 blocks. Julia Blasko served phenomenally collecting 9 aces. Reagan Irons notched her season high in digs with 38. Jamie Feren set up 19 assists.

Poland was led by Alexia Kalicatzaros who finished with 9 kills. Alyssa Glaros put together a great defensive night with 37 digs. Madison Wess set up 10 assists for the Bulldogs.

South Range will host Campbell in round one of the OHSAA tournament on Tuesday, Poland will travel to Girard in their first tournament game on Wednesday.


CANFIELD OH- South Range is starting to find some confidence this week inside the NE8. They started the week with a sweep of Mooney, followed it up with a sweep over a Hubbard team they lost to earlier in the season. Girard was not having as good of a week. After dropping a heartbreaker to Lakeview, they also couldn’t overcome Poland on Tuesday in a 3-1 loss. The Raiders added to their woes with a shocking sweep on Thursday (28-26 26-24 26-24).

Izzy Lamparty led the Raiders offense with 10 kills. Julia Blasko and Juli Stachowicz has strong night’s as well totaling 9 kills each. Reagan Irons was masterful in the back row with 35 digs. Sarah Kuhns set up 19 assists. Jamie Feren and Bri Hiner both served two aces.

Lauren Pallone led Girard with a match-high 15 kills. Bree Latell was also in double digits with 10 kills. Pallone recorded a double double adding 14 digs to her night. Latell did the same with 12 digs. Allison Durkin led the way in assists with 17. She also served up 3 aces.

South Range will take a week off to prepare for currently unbeaten Lakeview in Cortland on Thursday. Girard will look to right the ship hosting Niles on Tuesday.


CANFIELD OH- South Range dropped their first meeting with Hubbard earlier in the season, and it did not sit well with them. Before the game you could tell in warmups that the Raiders wanted to send a statement to not just Hubbard, but also themselves that they were better than they showed in the first matchup with the Eagles. The statement was made as the Raiders swept Hubbard (27-25 25-13 25-17).

The Raiders came our aggressive and grabbed a 3 point lead early. Although Hubbard wouldn’t let them storm ahead, the Raiders would not them rally to take a lead. That is until late in the set when the Eagles finally pulled ahead 23-22. The Raiders didn’t miss a beat though and pulled out clutch points to win set one 27-25.

The Raiders then put their foot down and dominated the rest of the night. Their aggressiveness from different spots on the floor, mixed with great defense from their back row overwhelmed the Eagles. The Raiders looked sharper than they’ve looked in some time. Players have been stepping into new positions all season, and they finally seemed to gel.

Izzy Lamparty has a great night and led the Raiders offense with 13 kills. She was also efficient and only had 2 attack errors on the night. Reagan Irons finished with a match-high 24 digs. Jamie Feren led the Raiders setters with 16 assists. Sarah Kuhns has 4 aces. Ally Sauerwein played great defense at the net with 5 blocks.

Emily Filicky led the Eagles in kills with 6. Sydney Bowser led the back row with 11 digs. Karissa Fahndrich set up 21 assists.

South Range has a big challenge ahead hosting Girard on Thursday. Hubbard will stay on the road and travel to Niles.


CANFIELD OH- South Range keeps regrouping from adversity in the 2020 season. They’ve had a couple of injuries, a couple of losing streaks, but have always managed to persevere and get back on track. Monday was no different as they looked sharp in a sweep of Mooney (25-18 25-23 25-16).

Izzy Lamparty led the Raiders in offense with 8 kills. Reagan Irons has a nice day in the back row collecting 20 digs. Sarah Kuhns is getting more comfortable as the setter and she finished with 15 assists. Madi Dado served 4 aces.

Katie Hough tries to carry Mooney, leading the team in three categories with 11 kills, 3 aces, and 6 digs. Angelina Rotunno finished with a match-high 29 digs, she also shared the lead in digs with 6.

South Range returns to league action on Tuesday as they host Hubbard. That game will be live on YSN. Mooney gets another tough test out of the NE8 as they host Lakeview on Wednesday.


STRUTHERS OH- South Range kept their winning streak going on Tuesday night as they traveled to the Struthers field house and swept the Wildcats (25-20 25-18 25-20).

Izzy Lamparty led the Raiders offense with another double digit performance. She finished with 12 kills, and 3 blocks. Reagan Irons led the defense in digs with 17. Sarah Kuhns kept the Raider offense rolling and totaled 14 assists. Madie Mook has 3 aces.

The Raiders will try to keep winning as they travel to East Liverpool on Wednesday. Struthers will look to sweep the season series with the Dragons as they travel to Niles on Thursday.


CANFIELD OH- South Range started what is going to be a busy week on Monday with a sweep of Aquinas at home (25-13 25-13 25-10).

Izzy Lamparty has a great night leading the team with 15 kills, and 4 blocks. Bri Hiner is doing a fine job stepping into a new role setting up 19 assists, and also serving up 4 aces. Reagan Irons patrolled the back row with 15 digs.

The Raiders have no time to rest as they return to league play on Tuesday traveling to Struthers.


CANFIELD OH- A Raiders team with some new faces getting varsity time didn’t miss a beat Thursday night as they swept Niles (25-17 25-12 25-12).

Leading the Raiders offensive attack was Izzy Lamparty who finished with 9 kills. Reagan Irons tallied 10 digs. Bri Hiner set nicely and collected 13 assists. Madie Mook and Maddie Dado both recorded 4 aces.

The Raiders stay at home to host Aquinas on Monday. Niles stays home as well as they host Lakeview on Tuesday.



YOUNGSTOWN OH- South Range ended their losing streak with a hard fought victory against Mooney on Wednesday (21-25 25-18 25-21 25-21).

Leading the Raiders offense was Izzy Lamparty with 15 kills and 2 blocks. Reagan Irons led the back row with great defense. She collected 26 digs. Sarah Kuhns had a nice night setting as she finished with 24 assists. Irons and Kuhns both served up 2 aces.

South Range looks to keep their momentum on Thursday as they host Niles. Mooney needs to regroup quickly, as they travel to Ursuline on Thursday.


CANFIELD OH- Lakeview has owner the NE8 over the past three seasons, and their dominance continued with a four set win over South Range on Tuesday (25-22 25-19 22-25 25-21).

The Raiders fought hard throughout the night against a Lakeview team that came into the match only dropping four sets total all season. The Raiders had momentum in set one, as Lakeview took some time to find a rhythm. However, a late 4-0 run gave the Bulldogs just enough room to squeak past the Raiders in set one 25-22.

Set two was where Lakeview really showed their strength. Setter Maggie Pavlansky made a bunch of aggressive attacks on the second touch to keep the Raiders defense off balance. Senior Anna Peterson also stepped up huge in set two getting the clutch points when her team needed them.

The Raiders really bounced back nicely and controlled most of the third set. Their defense kept Peterson quiet. The blocking and strong swings of Izzy Lamparty stood out for South Range. The Raiders had a 21-14 lead in the set, but Lakeview would not go away. The Raiders took the set, but the Bulldogs got back on their feet and took momentum in to set four.

That momentum carried straight into set four as the Bulldogs took a 7-1 lead early. The Raiders kept up the fight though, after Maria Primavera had to leave the court due to injury, Jami Stachowicz rattled off five kills the rest of the set to fill in. With the Raiders closing in fast, Peterson came up with a pair of clutch kills to take Lakeview to a match sealing set four win 25-22.

Peterson led the Bulldogs in kills with 13. Pavlansky set well and finished the match with 31 assists. Libero Maddie Bayus played well collecting 25 digs.

Izzy Lamparty led the Raiders in her senior night with 13 kills. Bri Hiner caused Lakeview all kinds of trouble with her serve and gathered 3 aces. Reagan Irons dug up 28 digs. Sarah Kuhn’s and Jamie Feren both finished with 11 assists.

Lakeview remains undefeated at 8-0 and will start the second half of NE8 play on Thursday traveling to Hubbard. The Eagles are the only team to take Lakeview to five sets this season. South Range will look to snap their three match losing streak Wednesday traveling to Mooney.