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Leader Times roundup: Volleyball trio finishes section play perfect |

Leader Times roundup: Volleyball trio finishes section play perfect

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| Thursday, October 22, 2015 11:21 p.m
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Highlands' Riley Warchol (5) and Sara Holsing (26) fail to stop a block a spike by Freeport's Hannah Mason during the volleyball game at Highlands High School on Thursday, Oct. 22, 2015.
Erica Dietz | Trib Total Media
Highlands' Kristen Casella (middle) attempts to spike over Freeport's Katie Zingaro (21) and Maggie Ward on Thursday, Oct. 22, 2015, at Highlands.
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Armstrong players celebrate during a match against Fox Chapel on Thursday, Oct. 22, 2015, at Armstrong.

A trio of Armstrong County girls volleyball teams capped off undefeated regular seasons with victories in their final section matches Thursday night.

Justyne Lasher tallied a match-high 16 kills and added six service points as Section 4-AAA champion Armstrong defeated Fox Chapel, 3-1.

Kenzie Lasher added 14 kills for the No. 5 River Hawks (14-0, 14-0).

Class AA No. 3 West Shamokin finished its perfect regular season with a 3-0 victory over Section 3-AA opponent Indiana.

Andrea Orlosky led the Wolves (10-0, 10-0) with eight kills, and Olivia Fusaro added seven.

The No. 1 team in Class AA, Freeport (14-1, 12-0), completed an undefeated section season with a 3-0 sweep of Section 4-AA opponent Highlands (0-12, 0-12).

Armstrong, West Shamokin and Freeport will find out their playoff seeding when the WPIAL releases brackets Monday.


District 9 playoff bracketsreleased — After a strong regular season, the Karns City girls soccer team will begin the District 9 playoffs as the No. 1 seed in Class A.

The Gremlins (14-1) received a bye for the quarterfinals in the bracket. No. 4 Redbank Valley (13-3) will host Port Allegany (8-8-1) at 7 p.m. Tuesday, with the winner facing Karns City in the semifinals.

The Karns City boys (14-1) earned the No. 2 seed and will host Clarion-Limestone in a quarterfinal at 7 p.m. Wednesday.

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