East Clinton sweeps season series with Wilmington


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Wilmington High School held its Dig for the Cure night to fight cancer. There was free admission for the match between Wilmington and East Clinton. Donations were accepted and all proceeds from the event went toward the fight against cancer. Wilmington's Rodger O. Borror Middle School volleyball team were a unified pink squad in the first couple of rows Monday night at Fred Summers Court.


WILMINGTON – For the second time this season, East Clinton defeated Wilmington in 3 sets Monday in non-league volleyball action at Fred Summers Court.

“The first two sets we played the way I expect us to,” East Clinton coach Sarah Sodini said.

The win puts the Lady Astros at 14-5 on the year while the loss drops Wilmington to 0-20.

Paige Lilly and Kait Durbin led the East Clinton attack with nine kills each. Kenzie Campbell chipped in with five kills.

Lilly finished the match with two aces and two digs. Durbin had an assist, three blocks and seven digs. Campbell also had two aces and four digs. Logan Peterman had a team-best 14 assists to go along with an ace and three digs.

Victoria Jamison contributed three kills and two blocks at the net. Myah Jones recorded an ace, a kill, a dig and six assists. Lacey Peterman had two kills and an assist. Kayla Hall chipped in with a kill, an assist and a block.

Sierra Christian posted two kills, an assist, two blocks and two digs. Kaitlyn Talbott had a kill. Emma Malone served three aces and came up with a team-high nine digs in the back row.

Wilmington High School held its Dig for the Cure night to fight cancer. There was free admission for the match between Wilmington and East Clinton. Donations were accepted and all proceeds from the event went toward the fight against cancer. Wilmington’s Rodger O. Borror Middle School volleyball team were a unified pink squad in the first couple of rows Monday night at Fred Summers Court.
http://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2017/10/web1_image1.jpegWilmington High School held its Dig for the Cure night to fight cancer. There was free admission for the match between Wilmington and East Clinton. Donations were accepted and all proceeds from the event went toward the fight against cancer. Wilmington’s Rodger O. Borror Middle School volleyball team were a unified pink squad in the first couple of rows Monday night at Fred Summers Court.

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