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COLUMBUS, Ind. – Junior Agustina Fainguersch recorded 10 kills and sophomore Emma Tynan added nine kills Tuesday evening (Aug. 22), lifting the Columbus North volleyball team to a 3-0 victory over Perry Meridian in a Conference Indiana match.
Senior Katie McAninch contributed seven kills, sophomore Gabby Genth tallied six kills and junior Lauryn James chipped in five kills as the Bull Dogs improved to 3-0 overall and 1-0 in league play with the 25-16, 30-28, 25-22 decision.
Junior Lily Meyercord provided 29 assists in her role as setter, while junior Maddy Sebahar pinpointed four service aces.
Sebahar paced the defense with 24 digs. Fainguersch notched 14 digs, while Meyercord and sophomore Carley Finke each had nine digs.
“The girls did a nice job of executing our scouting report,” CN coach Caitlin Greiner said. “They did a nice job of focusing on what we worked on in practice. We served tough and took Perry out of its system. When the score got tight, our girls did not get stressed and continued to play steady and intense.”
The teams split the sub-varsity matches.
Sophomore Lauren Opalka tallied six kills and junior Andrea Corbeels had four kills as the Bull Dogs (3-0) took a 25-18, 25-7 victory. Sophomore Kate Whaley posted 15 assists, while junior Madi Beck had 13 digs and three aces. Opalka added seven digs and junior Thais Oehninger had six digs, while sophomore Riley Eder provided three block solos.
Perry Meridian claimed a 25-13, 25-24 triumph in the freshman match. The CN rookies fell to 1-3.
Columbus North returns to action on Thursday (Aug. 24) when it travels to Roncalli. JV and freshman matches are set for 5:30 p.m., and the varsity will follow the JV at about 6:30 p.m.