Wachtel, Sabers on a roll

Roberts, Jean fuel Fisher comeback

BEMENT – Erin Wachtel had 13 assists, five service aces, four digs and three blocks to lead St. Thomas More to a 25-11, 25-11 win against Bement on Monday.

Jenna Einck added three kills and three aces and Maggie Fitzgerald had seven kills, three blocks and two aces for the Sabers, who improved to 18-4 on the season.

"I think everyone worked really well together tonight after those first couple of points. After that, we got it going and there was no stopping us," STM coach Erika Tock said. "We've had problems getting up early and then having a lull there in the middle before picking it back up. We've stated pushing from zero to 25 and we don't have those lulls. I'm proud of them for doing that."

At Watseka. Katie Cowan had 17 kills and Jessica Allhands added 10 to lead Watseka to a 25-13, 25-6 win against Donovan. Kloie McCann dished out 23 assists for the Warriors.

At Charleston. Alex Pelmore had 13 digs and two service aces and Esther Kemper added 14 digs for Champaign Central in the Maroons' 25-18, 31-29 loss to Charleston.

At Lovington. Ruthie Wheelock had seven kills and two blocks for Lovington in a 25-12, 25-22 loss to DeLand-Weldon.

At Milford. Haley Dodd had 10 kills lead Cissna Park to a 25-14, 25-15 win against Milford. Lauren Bauer had four aces and five kills for the Timberwolves, who also got three aces from Ashley Luhman.

At Farmer City. Kaitlyn Zelhart had 13 kills for Blue Ridge in the Knights' 25-21, 25-12 win against LeRoy.

At Villa Grove. Beth King had nine kills and 13 assists for Judah Christian in a 25-21, 25-14 win against Villa Grove.

At Fisher. Kailey Roberts' 12 kills powered Fisher to a 24-26, 25-15, 25-17 win against Ridgeview. Taylor Jean added 16 assists.

At Broadlands. Katy Yoakum's six digs and three aces led Tuscola to a 25-20, 17-25, 28-26 win against Heritage.

Lindsay Troike had four blocks and Audrey Mooney added four service aces for the Warriors.

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