EATON — During the past two weeks, Eaton’s volleyball team has fallen on hard times, but a win in the final match of the O.I.O Bath Invitational could give the team some much needed confidence. After starting the season 4-0, the Eagles have dropped seven of their past nine matches. During that stretch, Eaton’s league record has fallen below the .500 markOn Tuesday, Sept. 5, Eaton fell to visiting Monroe on four sets, 25-12, 25-21, 22-25, 25-14.
CAMDEN — Having battled injuries early in the season, in addition to being a young team, Preble Shawnee’s volleyball team is starting to finally gel now that those injuries are healing. “(It’s been a) tough season so far,” Shawnee coach Kristy Cottingim said. “(We) lost seven seniors, so we have a young team (and are) trying to rebuild. Injuries have also limited our progress.
LEWISBURG — Tri-County North has its two-game winning streak snapped with a 20-7 loss to visiting Covington on Friday, Sept. 15. While the Panthers saw their streak end, Covington ended one of its own as well. The Buccs had lost three straight coming into the game. The Buccs got on the the scoreboard first as quarterback Cade Schmelzer scored on a one-yard run to give the Buccs a 7-0 lead after the successful point after try.
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Selecting a term
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