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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.


GIRARD OH- Girard had a pivotal week of league play ahead of them coming in to Tuesday night, at 12-3, the Indians have games against Hubbard, who took them to five sets earlier this season, and league leading Lakeview, who swept them earlier this season. Well step one complete as Girard left no doubt who the better team was against Hubbard with a sweep. 25-21 25-16 26-24).

Lauren Pallone was on fire tonight. She led the team with a match-high 20 kills. Lauren also served up 2 aces, and 2 blocks. Ali Durkin led the offense in assists, setting up 17 of them, and earned a double double with grabbing 12 digs as well. Bree Latell finished with 7 kills, 7 digs, and 4 aces.

Emily Filicky led Hubbard with 9 kills. Senior Sydney Bowser Player well in the back row leading the Eagles in digs with 14. Karissa Fahndrich put together a double double with 14 assists, and 13 digs.

Girard will try to carry this momentum in to their next league game on Thursday against Lakeview in Cortland. Hubbard needs to bounce back quickly as they host Bristol on Wednesday.


HUBBARD, OH- Poland nabbed the lead late in the game in a 7-4 victory over Hubbard on Thursday.  The game was tied at four with Poland batting in the top of the thirteenth when Brooke Bobbey singled on the first pitch of the at bat, scoring one run.

Ashley Wire led Poland to victory by driving in four runs.  She went 3-for-6 at the plate.  Wire drove in runs on a home run in the seventh and a double in the thirteenth.

In the first inning, Hubbard got their offense started when Jackie Adler doubled on a 1-2 count, scoring one run.

The Bulldogs evened things up at four in the top of the seventh inning.  Wire drove in two when she homered.

After the Bulldogs scored one run in the top of the third, Hubbard answered with one of their own.  Poland scored when Cami Lattanzio’s sac fly scored one run.  Hubbard then answered when Hannah Kist doubled on a 0-2 count, scoring one run.

Wire was credited with the victory for Poland. She lasted 13 innings, allowing 13 hits and four runs while striking out seven and walking one.

Grace Narkum took the loss for Hubbard. She allowed 16 hits and seven runs over 13 innings, striking out one.

Poland hit two home runs on the day. Ally Nittoli had a dinger in the second inning. Wire had a homer in the seventh inning.

Poland tallied 16 hits in the game.  Bobbey, Wire, Emily Denney, Jackie Grisdale, and Nittoli each had multiple hits.  Bobbey went 4-for-7 at the plate to lead Poland in hits

Hubbard tallied 13 hits on the day.  Adler, Sydney Bowser, Kist, Najdusak, and Haley Croyle all managed multiple hits.

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Hubbard  took Thursday’s game in dramatic fashion, with  a 10-9 walk-off victory over Howland.  Hubbard was down 9-8 in the bottom of the seventh inning when Grace Narkum doubled on a 1-2 count, scoring two runs.

The Eagles built a five-run lead in the third inning and then held off Howland’s charge.  Howland managed eight runs in the failed comeback. A Rodgers, J Sindledecker,  E Darlington, M Jerina, E O’Connell, and M Miller fueled the rally with RBIs.

Hubbard opened up an early lead in the second inning when.

In the top of the sixth inning, Howland tied things up at eight when Miller singled on a 3-0 count, scoring one run.

The Eagles put up four runs in the third inning.  Emily Filicky and Giavanna Hosack each had RBIs in the big inning.

Filicky led the Eagles to victory on the rubber. She went one and two-thirds innings, allowing one run on three hits, striking out two and walking zero.

Miller took the loss for Howland. She lasted six and two-thirds innings, allowing 17 hits and ten runs while striking out three.

 Gillian Ryser started the game for Hubbard. She went five and a third innings, allowing eight runs on nine hits and striking out three

Hubbard had 17 hits in the game.  Jackie Adler, Hosack, Sydney Bowser, Filicky, Narkum, and Ryser each managed multiple hits for Hubbard Lady Eagles Varsity.  Hosack and Adler each collected three hits to lead Hubbard Lady Eagles Varsity.

Howland collected 12 hits on the day.  B Beasom, Darlington, Miller, and O’Connell each collected multiple hits for Howland.  Howland didn’t commit a single error in the field. Darlington had the most chances in the field with six.

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The South Range Raiders defeated Hubbard 11-2 thanks to a strong start.  The Raiders scored on a single by Julie Centofanti and a single by Maddie Helon in the second inning.

The Raiders secured the victory thanks to six runs in the seventh inning.  Brooke Sauerwein, Maddie Helon, Drew Feren, Bree Kohler, and Jillian Strecansky each had RBIs in the frame.

After South Range scored one run in the top of the fourth, Hubbard answered with one of their own.  The Raiders scored when Drew Feren singled on the first pitch of the at bat, scoring one run.  Hubbard then answered when Gillian Ryser grounded out, scoring one run.

The Raiders pulled away for good with two runs in the second inning.  In the second Julie Centofanti singled on a 1-1 count, scoring one run and Maddie Helon singled on the first pitch of the at bat, scoring one run.

South Range Raiders scored six runs in the seventh inning.  South Range Raiders’s big bats in the inning were led by singles by Drew Feren and Jillian Strecansky, a triple by Bree Kohler,  by Maddie Helon, and an error on a ball put in play by Brooke Sauerwein.

Bree Kohler led the South Range Raiders to victory in the pitcher’s circle. She surrendered two runs on five hits over seven innings, striking out five and walking zero.

Jackie Adler took the loss for Hubbard. She surrendered one run on two hits over one-third of an inning, striking out one and walking zero.

 Grace Narkum started the game for Hubbard. She went six and two-thirds innings, allowing ten runs on 16 hits, striking out 11 and walking one

The Raiders tallied 18 hits in the game.  Marlaina Slabach, Julie Centofanti, Jillian Strecansky, Bree Kohler, and Drew Feren each collected multiple hits for South Range Raiders.  Bree Kohler, Jillian Strecansky, Julie Centofanti, and Marlaina Slabach each collected three hits to lead South Range Raiders.

Sydney Bowser led Hubbard with two hits in two at bats.

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