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Schools

Prep roundup: Batavia girls volleyball overpowered

BATAVIA – The Batavia girls volleyball team’s senior night was spoiled by a dominant opponent, as Waubonsie Valley rolled on Thursday night, 25-12, 25-14.

“Very surprising in some ways, but what can you do?” Batavia coach Lori Trippi-Payne said. “Waubsonie was on. There’s a reason why they’re ranked, that’s for certain.”

Audrey Faulhaber (14 assists, two kills), Shea Stanley (six kills), Maddie Jaudon (10 digs) and Shea Thayer (three blocks) paced the Bulldogs (19-16).

“For whatever reason, we have not done well at home this year, and I don’t know why that is,” Trippi-Payne said. “I’m pretty happy to be going on the road, and hopefully we’re going to pick up where we left off Tuesday and last weekend, and just go from there.”

Kaneland 2, Yorkville 1 (25-22, 18-25, 25-21): At Maple Park, Jenny Lubic had
29 assists and 11 service points, Ellie Dunn was
Kaneland’s kills leader with 14 and Riley Hannula contributed eight kills and 12 blocks in the Knights’ Northern Illinois Big 12
East win.

Wheaton Academy 2, IMSA 0 (25-7, 25-20): At West Chicago, Sarah McClain (14 assists), Michelle Ridderhoff (seven kills) and Jessica Bosse (10 digs, six points) helped pace the Warriors (24-10) in nonconference play.

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