DELPHOS — Columbus Grove had a little too much firepower for Jefferson Tuesday night, grabbing a 25-14, 25-12, 25-22 Northwest Conference volleyball sweep at Jefferson High School.
The Lady Bulldogs (16-5, 9-1 NWC) ruined the final home matches for two Jefferson (7-14, 2-7 NWC) seniors: Fallon Van Dyke (5 kills) and Caitlin Landwehr).
“That is a very good hitting team with a lot of weapons. Still, I told the girls that this was the best we’ve moved in a long time,” Jefferson coach Joy Early said. “We needed to with their power hitting and some of the crazy stuff they were doing up front: quicks, slides and other things. I’m glad to see that as we get ready for the tournament.”
The Lady Bulldogs (16-5, 9-1 NWC), coming off a sweep of PCL power Kalida the night before, used its stellar net play behind 6-0 senior Faith Huff, 5-11 junior Julia Wynn (12 kills, 5 blocks) and 5-11 junior Sammi Stechschulte from the word go. They steadily built up a lead in the first set and grabbed the set on an ace by sophomore Sydney McCluer.
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