High-energy Rangers sweep Panthers

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North kicked off the home stretch of the season with a 3-0 win at Euclid on Monday.

The Rangers won 25-14, 25-7, 25-15 to improve to 11-5 on the year.

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“It was a great team win from everyone,” said North coach Chelsey Regovich. “It truly was a team effort. The energy was high and we never let up.”

Lindsey Mausser led the Rangers with seven kills and also pitched in with two blocks.

“The win gives the team great momentum as we move forward in the week,” Mausser said. “There was great communication with my setters tonight.”

Samantha Pirosko was 23-for-24 in serve attempts with 19 points and five aces and also recorded four kills and 11 digs.

Julia Kerns contributed with six kills and two blocks.

“It was very important for my team to get off with a good start for the week because it gets the team into a positive mindset,” Kerns said. “I had support from my family and friends, which helped me do well, and the sets and passes were there, which makes it easier for me to have a game like I did.”

Kerns also was 9-for-9 from the service line with three aces.

“This part of the game is very important to me because to me it shows my hard work is paying off and it motivates me to continue to play the sport that I love,” Kerns said.

North hosts West Geauga on Tuesday then moves back into conference play with a home game against Riverside on Thursday.

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