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Storm top Fulton in TRAC opener

Bureau Valley opened Three Rivers North Division play Thursday with a 25-22, 25-21 win at Fulton.

Valerie Reuter led the Storm (2-0,1-0) with nine points and five aces. The Storm had a balanced attack with Ali Siltman and Nicole Bornsheuer with four kills each and Carlie Bickett with two blocks and Valerie Reuter with three. Setter Sydney Lebahn had 12 assists and five points. Lindsey Hoffert, Shannon Reuter and Valerie Reuter each had five digs.

Fulton swept the underclass matches.

AFC 2, LaMoille/Ohio 1: The Lady Lions evened the score with a 25-19 victory in the second set, but the host Raiders took home the match with a 25-19 finale. AFC won the first set 25-17.

The Lady Lions (1-2) were led by Sheila Browning (12 kills), Ragen Forbes (9 points, 8 digs), Erin Bennett (13 assists) and Rae Schultz (11 assists, 3 points).

L/O won the sophomore match 25-15, 24-26, 25-21 with Sarah Hunter serving for seven points and Riley Johnson contributing six points with six aces and four kills. AFC won the freshmen match with Johnson making four kills and Katy Anderson nine assists.

PC 2, Hall 0: Putnam County made a successful journey to Hall, bridging a 25-22, 25-13 win over the host Lady Devils Tuesday. Ellen Herrmann led Hall with five kills and two blocks, Brooke Keegan had six digs and three aces and Kaylee Golden added five digs.

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