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www.wvno.com - Orrville swept Madison in 3- sets Tuesday night, taking the match and season series from the Rams.

Orrville Breaks Out The Brooms At Madison

Story By: Brian Skowronski



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For the second straight season, Orrville handed Madison a pair of conference losses with a 3-set sweep of the Lady Rams on Tuesday night.

The 3rd ranked Red Riders in Division III entered the match following the teams only loss of the year, and would fall behind early to Division II #3 Madison. After trailing 5-3 in the opening minutes, Orrville would go on a 22-6 scoring tear, to take game one, 25-11.

In the second set, the Lady Rams would again start out hot, and would hold a 23-20 advantage with a chance to even the match. Madison would have a shot at a pair of set- points, but would be unable to put Orrville away, eventually handing the Red Riders the set, 27-25, on an unforced error.

Madison continued to battle in the third set and would hold a 12-10 advantage midway through the game. Orrville would then go on an 11-3 run and close out the match with a 25-18 win.

Sarah Auble had a monster game for the Red Riders, with 42 assists, 18 digs and 7 blocks. Teammate Trinniti Hall finished with 17 digs, 10 kills and 9 blocks, while Aleah Stauffer added a team-high 11 kills, and Austen Renner had 10 kills.

Madison's Mekaila Grose led all players with 13 kills. Katie Wagner handed out 23 assists and Chase Carper had 24 digs and 2 aces for the Rams.

The story of the match for Madison was unforced errors however, as the team had 29 errors and just 29 kills.

With the victory, Orrville improves to 17-1 and remains unbeaten in the OCC at 11-0. With one more win in their final three league games, the Red Riders can clinch at least a share of their second consecutive conference championship.

Madison dips to 15-4 overall, 9-2 in the OCC and will need a couple of Orrville losses to climb back into the conference title chase.

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