YOUNGSVILLE, Pa. – Saegertown’s net presence proved too much for Youngsville as the visiting Panthers swept the Eagles, 25-11, 25-11 and 25-11.
(Screen capture courtesy Youngsville Eagles Watch Party.)
Averie Braymer had 13 kills and hit .867 to lead Saegertown. Molly Przybrowksi added 11 kills and nine digs for the Panthers, with Brittany Houch chipping in seven kills and 16 digs. Ava Jones ran the offense with 32 set assists and added five digs.
“The score doesn’t reflect how hard the girls worked on the court tonight,” Youngsville coach Misty Weber said.
Kamryn Weissinger had seven digs and three kills for Youngsville. Tori Bull had four digs and a block before suffering an injury in the third set.
Saegertown won the junior varsity match, 25-12 and 25-10.
Youngsville heads north Thursday for a rematch with Eisenhower. The Eagles won the first match between the two teams, 3-1, on Sept. 15.