Solid net play with four players in double figure kills and tough serving were big factors in Unioto's four set win over Zane Trace Tuesday in SVC Volleyball.
The 25-18, 26-24, 20-25, 25-10 win places the (7-2) Shermans alone in second place, two matches behind conference leading Westfall. Zane Trace drops to (6-3).
A pivotal momentum change might have occurred in Set #2, with Zane Trace leading 24-22, Unioto rallied to score the next four points for the win and a (2-0) lead in sets at that time.
Alexis Overly led the way for Unioto with 16 kills, followed by Halle White and Taylor Overly with 15 each and Karee Neff with 12.
Zane Trace had two players in double figures as Hayley Carle pounded 20 kills and Kylan Strausbaugh added 14.
Defensively, Unioto libero Emily Ward had 24 digs, followed by Alexis Overly and Karee Neff with 20 each and Taylor Overly with 13.
Kylan Strausbaugh had 21 digs for ZT, while Jillian Pontious added 18 and Alyx Chaffin with 16.
Unioto also had 12 serving aces for the match with Kassidey Winegardner and Alexis Overly with 4 each and Neff with 3.