MANCELONA-The Onaway volleyball team wrapped up a second straight Ski Valley Conference title on Tuesday, beating Mancelona in three sets, 25-17, 25-14 and 25-12.
The win gave Onaway a perfect 8-0 in conference play after the Cardinals dropped just two sets in conference matches.
"I thought our energy increased as the night went on, mostly in anticipation of winning the conference title," Onaway coach Steve Watson said. "You don't get to to that every day or every year. We've had a lot of years where we couldn't get past Pellston and now we're at the top of the heap. That's due in large part to the girls putting in work in the offseason and in season."
Mariah Ehrke had 12 kills and seven digs for Onaway; Lexi Szymoniak had eight kills, six aces and four digs; Taylor Ehrke had 22 assists and eight digs; Devin Bristley had four kills, five aces and eight digs; Sara Fullerton had three kills, two aces and six digs; Ashley LaLonde had five assists and Morganne Badgero had four digs.
The Cardinals are currently ranked No. 3 in Class D and are 39-6-3 on the year. Onaway plays at the St. Louis Tournament on Saturday.
Rogers City 3,
Au Gres 0
ROGERS CITYThe Rogers City volleyball team hosted Au Gres on Tuesday, sweeping the Wolverines 25-14, 25-17 and 25-12.
"It was senior night for us, so we honored our three seniors, Courtney Streich, Megan Quaine and Cassie Brege. Au Gres put up a good block on us tonight, so we had to work around that. Our hitters couldn't just power the ball down, but had to hit for position. It was a good challenge for us," Rogers City coach Jackie Quaine said.
Sarah Meredith picked up seven kills on the night. Cassidy Purgiel had seven kills as well as 12 aces and nine digs.
Streich had six kills and nine digs while Quaine had 13 digs and seven aces. Alexa Quaine had 14 digs and Brege had 24 assists.
Rogers City is now 29-8-1 and 9-0 in the North Star League.
Posen 3, Mio 0
MIOThe Posen volleyball team traveled to Mio on Tuesday and earned a three-set sweep of the Thunderbolts 25-18, 15-16 and 25-21.
Korynn Hincka led Posen offensively with five kills and defensively with four blocks.
Mercedes Kowalski had four aces and 11 assists. Amy Buczkowski had three aces and five digs while Kayla Lenard had six digs.
Posen travels to Whittemore-Prescott on Thursday.