ATHENA - Weston-McEwen volleyball continued it season of dominance at home Thursday, defeating Elgin 25-17, 20-25, 25-19, 25-22.
The TigerScots are now 17-1 overall and 7-0 in league play.
"We fought out there," said Weston-McEwen head coach Shawn White. "Elgin is a really good team, and they got ahead of us in three of the sets so we had to struggle and fight to hang in there."
Morgan Entze posted 16 assists and four blocks for Weston-McEwen, and Jordan Reger added 12 assists and five aces. Renee Baumann finished the night with 10 kills and a 14-for-14 service night.
"Serving was a bit of a bugaboo for us at times," White said. "But we still had some of our girls really step up for at the service line when we needed them too."
Jaymie Zimmerman was among those who stepped up in serving, going 27-for-28 with four aces. The TigerScots also got 20 kills from Tiffany Cain and three kills, three blocks and three aces from Hailey Freske. LeAnn Harnden led the team with 11 digs.
"We showed a lot of emotion," White said. "This was a key win for us."
On Saturday Weston-McEwen hosts its annual Power Tournament, which features teams such as Elgin, DeSales and Embler.