BRANDT – Bradford lost 25-22, 25-12, 25-16 in a Cross County Conference volleyball match on Thursday. The Railroaders’ Bianca Keener had nine points, five digs, five kills and two solo blocks. Cassie Mead had four points, three digs and five kills. Hannah Fout and Macie Reck both had three points. Fout had one ace, five digs and 11 setting assists. Reck had 22 digs for the night. Bradford fell to 1-14 overall and 1-6 in the CCC.
UNION CITY – Mississinawa Valley got off to a strong start on Saturday on its way to a 25-16, 25-10, 19-25, 25-21 victory against Troy Christian. Mississinawa Valley’s MaKenna Price had three aces, 16 digs and 13 kills. Stevi Keen had two aces and 15 digs. Amanda Armstrong had five blocks. Sidnie Hunt had two aces, eight assists, 18 digs and 12 kills. Olivia Murphy had 15 assists and 15 digs. Kya Lavy had seven aces and four kills. Ellie Reichard had three aces. Taylor Stachler had six assists.
CELINA – Led by Connor VanSkyock, the Versailles boys golf team finished fourth at the Midwest Athletic Conference tournament on Saturday at the Mercer County Elks Golf Club. VanSkyock tied for fourth overall in the MAC tournament by shooting an 18-hole round of 83.
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