PHILLIPPI, W. Va. - The Oak Glen volleyball team remain undefeated after a strong showing at an invitational hosted by Philip Barbour High School on Saturday. The Invitational also included Herbert Hoover and Frankfurt.
Oak Glen first competed against Herbert Hoover, winning 25-10, 25-20.
Leading for Oak Glen (14-0) were Morgan Poling with 10 points, five kills and four digs, Madison Juszczak with two points and six kills, Jessica Stuyvesant with six kills and three blocks, Vanessa Hissam with eight points and five kills, and Carissa Williams with seven points and nine assists.
The Oak Glen volleyball team plays at Phillip Barbour on Saturday. (Submitted photo)
Oak Glen continued to their second match, defeating Frankfurt 25-14, 25-15.
Poling added another three points and seven kills, while Juszczak also had five points, three kills, and two digs, Hissam had six points, six kills, and two digs, Williams had five points and five assists, and Stuyvesant had four points, five kills, and five digs. Also helping was Emmy Delekga with two points and four digs, and Kenzie Rosenlieb with 11 points and three assists.
Oak Glen then defeated Philip Barber 27-25, 25-8.
Leading again was Poling with three points, 10 kills and five digs, followed by Stuyvesant with 10 points and 10 kills, Hissam with eight points, five kills and three digs, Williams with five points and 10 assists, and Cami Koper with three digs.
The junior varsity team also had a strong showing, winning two of the three matches.
In their match with Herbert Hoover, won by Oak Glen 25-6, 25-12, Brianna Evans led with 19 points.
In their match with Frankfurt where Oak Glen won 25-15, 26-24, Hannah Clunk led Oak Glen with nine points, followed by Toni Powell with seven points.
Oak Glen would not have success with Philip Barbour, losing 25-18, 23-25, 25-21. Taylor Allison had nine points, while Clunk had seven. The junior varsity team is 4-3.
Oak Glen travels to Beaver Local on Monday.