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Bombers win seventh consecutive match

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By Jonathan Stark

Brownstown High School has one of the hottest volleyball teams in the area. On Tuesday night, they defeated Neoga in three games, to win their seventh straight match.

The Bombers won the first game 25-22, but dropped the second 20-25, forcing a decisive this game that put their win streak in jeopardy. Brownstown was able to pull off a 25-19 win in game three to win the match.

Shelby Pryor had 18 kills and 16 digs. Amy Fulk was hot on her tail with 17 kills and 16 digs. Fulk also had three blocks. Brittany White also had 16 digs

Katy Satterthwaite had 23 assists and 11 digs.

The Bombers last lost was to Vandalia on Sept. 19, as a part of the Vandalia Tournament.  Brownstown is now 11-8 overall, 7-1 in the EIC and finished the NTC schedule at 5-4.

S.C. def. Sandoval

South Central remained perfect in conference play with a 25-12, 25-11, win over Sandoval on Tuesday. The win gives the Cougars 17 wins on the season and makes them 8-0 on the conference.

Krista Lotz had 11 points, seven assists and a kill on the day. Kendra Schaal had eight points and a team-high 11 assists. Emily Atwood had six kills and a stuff.

The Cougars are on the court again Thursday against Odin as the regular season heads into the final weeks.

Brownstown def.

Christ Our Rock Lutheran

Brownstown won its sixth consecutive match on Monday. The Bombers defeated Christ Our Rock Lutheran, 25-12, 25-11.

Pryor had six kills and three aces in the win. Fulk had a team-high eight kills. Morgan Stinbring had three aces and six assists.

Brownstown def. Ramsey

Brownstown’s win streak hit five games Friday night against Ramsey. The Bombers celebrated senior night with a 25-17, 25-13 win over the Rams.

Seniors Brittany White, Amy Fulk and Shelby Pryor were honored prior to the game.

Fulk had a team-high 10 kills, two blocks and two aces on the night. White had two aces and two kills, Pryor had four kills.

Stinbring had seven aces and 10 assists.

The win puts the Bombers over .500 for the first time all season, at 9-8  overall.

Brownstown def. Stew Stras

Brownstown evened both its overall record, 8-8, and its NTC record, 4-4, with a win over Stew Stras, last Thursday. The Bombers won 26-24, 25-19.

Fulk had a team-high nine kills, seven digs and a block. Satterthwaite was in double digits with assists, 11, and digs with 12. Pryor had eight kills and seven digs.

The win was the Bombers fourth straight.

S.C. def. Wayne City

South Central continues to roll through conference play, picking up its seventh conference win with a victory over Wayne City, 25-12, 25-19, last Thursday.

Carissa Lotz led the Lady Cougars with 14 points, three aces and eight assists. Schaal had 11 points and two aces to go along with her four assists.

Kelsey Uphold had a team-high six kills. Atwood had four kills and a stuff.