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Juda picks up win to close out regular season
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JUDA - The Juda Panthers dropped the first game of their match with the Pecatonica Vikings and trailed 18-13 in Game 2, but came from behind to win the match in four games Thursday, 18-25, 26-24, 25-21, 25-19.

Junior Ellen Kiser put down 18 kills and four blocks to lead the way for the Panthers. Senior Aly Pierce had a game-high 28 assists and junior C.J. Dinwiddie came up with 20 digs for Juda.

Ellie Gifford had a huge night for Pecatonica. The senior had 13 kills, 23 assists, and seven aces. Senior Nicole Dearth also had 13 kills and senior Molly Whitford blocked a pair of spike attempts for Pecatonica.

Juda ended the regular season 2-10 and Pecatonica finished 3-9 in the Six Rivers East.

Barneveld 3, Monticello 1

MONTICELLO- The Barneveld Eagles edged the Monticello Ponies Thursday in a four-game match that neither team won by more than four points. The Eagles outlasted the Ponies 22-25, 25-21, 26-24, 25-21.

The Ponies' senior tandem of Taylor Klitzke and Taylor Pfeuti played leading roles for Monticello. Klitzke had eight kills and seven digs. Pfeuti delivered six blocks. The Ponies also got 23 assists from junior C.J. Dilley.

Monticello finished 4-8 in the Six Rivers East.

Iowa-Grant 3, Darlington 0

DARLINGTON - The Redbirds ended a 2-10 SWAL Conference regular season Thursday with a 25-18, 25-12, 30-28 loss to the Iowa-Grant Panthers.

Junior Elizabeth Mathias had six kills and six blocks while junior Vanessa Riley tallied 12 assists and two aces for the Redbirds. Darlington also got a team-high 12 digs from junior Chayse Hermanson.

Cambridge 3, New Glarus 0

NEW GLARUS - The Cambridge Blue Jays swept the New Glarus Glarner Knights, 25-14, 25-11, 25-15 on Thursday to close out conference play in the Capitol South.

Senior Alexa Secord led the Glarner Knights in kills with six. Senior Mara Gartzke had five blocks and senior Lauren Narveson dished out 10 assists for New Glarus.

"They (Cambridge) are really scrappy and get to everything you throw at them," said New Glarus head coach Lacy Bloedorn. "We were just inconsistent. It gave them the upper hand."

New Glarus ended the regular season 1-9 in the Capitol South.