The Carlyle Junior High School eighth-grade volleyball team won for the seventh …

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The Carlyle Junior High School eighth-grade volleyball team won for the seventh time in nine matches and moved to 8-7-1 overall and 7-5 in the Clinton County Conference with a 25-20, 25-19 win at St. Rose. St. Rose had beaten Carlyle in three sets on Monday at Carlyle.
With the opening set tied 14-14, Carlyle went on a 5-0 run to take a 19-14 lead following four straight Abby Steinkamp service points. St. Rose scored four straight points to get within 19-18 following three straight Laney Tebbe service points. Carlyle took a 20-18 lead on a Kyra Beckemeyer kill. A Lily Henrichs kill brought St. Rose within 20-19. Carlyle scored three straight points to take a 23-19 lead following two straight Riley Terry service points. St. Rose got within 23-20 before Carlyle scored the next two points and won the set on a Kyra Beckemeyer service point.
With the second set tied 15-15, Carlyle scored three straight points to take an 18-15 lead on two straight Maddy Rae Schomaker service points. A Brooke Harrison kill and Becca Sturgeon service point got St. Rose within 18-17. Carlyle scored four straight points and took a 22-17 lead on three straight Riley Terry service points. A Riley Terry kill put Carlyle up 23-18. St. Rose got within 23-19 before Carlyle scored two straight points and won the match on a Meghan Edwards service point.
Carlyle hosts Albers/Damiansville in its final home match of the season on Friday.








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