Boys volleyball: HdG defeats CMW for second time

North Harford, Harford Tech earn victories

October 05, 2011

For the second time this season, the unbeaten Havre de Grace boys volleyball team topped rival C. Milton Wright, this time around knocking off the Mustangs 3-1 in Fountain Green Wednesday.

After losing the first game 26-24, the Warriors regrouped to take the next three games by scores of 25-17, 25-21 and 25-19.

David Beck came through with a season-best performance, racking up 31 kills, 10 digs, three aces, two assists and one block. Steven Ashman had 12 digs, eight kills, two blocks and one ace in the victory, while teammate Anthony Cofranesco posted seven kills, three aces and four digs. Tyler Cook led the Warriors with 41 assists, while also putting up three aces and three digs. Sebastian Pruitt served up two aces in the win.

Hawks beat Bobcats

The North Harford Hawks topped the visiting Bel Air Bobcats, 3-1, Wednesday.

The host Hawks took victories in the first two games with scores of 25-18 and 25-19, but Bel Air rallied to take the third game 25-23. North Harford wrapped up the match with a 25-20 win in the fourth contest.

Josh Weimann led North Harford with 17 kills, while Alden Jones had seven kills in the victory. Kevin Mackey posted five kills, while Austin Russell helped out with five kills and seven assists. Tyler Demski had 10 assists and three aces for the Hawks, while Brock Hurley notched three kills and four blocks.

Cobras blank Cougars

Harford Tech won at home Wednesday, beating the Fallston Cougars in three straight games by scores of 25-19, 25-22 and 25-17.

Zack Valenti had 10 kills and three blocks for the Cobras, while teammate Thane Hash had eight kills and five blocks. Nick Waite contributed six kills, four aces and one block. Brady Vickers had a team-high 26 assists, while Sean Paulen put up four kills and two aces. Jarrett Booz had four aces in the victory.

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