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WELLSVILLE, OH- If you thought the Tigers were toast after graduating some of the area’s top talent, think again.  Wellsville’s Volleyball Team continued their attack on area teams last night in a fantastic match against Beaver Local, 3-1.

The Lady Tigers took the first two sets 25-20 and 25-22 before dropping the third 12-25 to the Lady Beavers.  Both teams showing signs of dominance in this match that could present interesting dialogue later this season.

For the Tigers, Sophomore Emily McNicol had 12 assists while her older sister Jenna had 25 digs.  Emma Smith was the front row hero with 8 kills and 2 blocks, Meaghan Nixon had 14 digs while Greta Cartwright had 15 assists and five kills.  The story of the night, however, was the incredible effort of the freshmen tandem of Aubri Ramsey and Alana Amato who head had six kills apiece.

For Beaver Local, Grace Hill and Elizabeth Kolkowski paced the Lady Beavers at the net.  Hill had 11 kills and 6 blocks while Kolkowski had a night with 7 kills, six blocks, and eight digs.  Brooke Talbott also had a front-row feast of 14 kills while Karlee Furman led all scorers with 22 assists, 15 digs and 19 points for the red and white.

Wellsville goes to 2-0 on the year and will visit Leetonia on Monday while Beaver Local will host Edison the same night.

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