The Waynesboro Maidens earned a tough home conference win defeating Greencastle 3-1 and handing the Blue Devils their first loss of the season, 25-22, 25-15, 18-25, 25-19 The Maidens were led by senior Sophia Johnson, 15 kills and 6 blocks. The match was the first in the Waynesboro gymnasium without spectators.
Slaydon Fisher contributed 8 kills and two blocks, Emily Channing racked up 25 assists.
Maidens coach Kim Saunders said “I thought we did a nice job working well as a team and using all resources for success. Leah Helman (5 kills, 3 aces, 8 assists) played an all-around solid match and down the stretch had some key swings that allowed us to secure the win. Defensively, we have some work to do. Consistency will be key from our backcourt players allowing us to play at the net.” Ashley Donald paced the Maidens with 23 digs and 3 aces defensively.
Waynesboro improves to 3-0 on the season, 2-0 in the MPC. Greencastle falls to 3-1
The Maiden JV volleyball team left the court tonight with a win, in two sets, 25-18 and 28-26. Kylie Long led the team on offense with five kills, while Jada Creager had three and Kinsley Helman contributed two.
The Maidens host the Big Spring Bulldogs tonight, JV will begin at 6PM with Varsity to follow.