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Juda survives Black Hawk
Juda sophomore Chelsea Burkhalter looks to tip the ball over Black Hawk junior middle blocker Kayla Sigafus. With the win, Juda improves to 4-3, 1-3 Six Rivers East and Black Hawk drops to 2-4. (Times photo: Mark Nesbitt)
SOUTH WAYNE - Slow starts and service errors haunted Black Hawk as Juda battled its way to a four-set win over the Warriors Thursday. Juda (4-3, 1-3 Six Rivers East) won the first two sets 25-20, 25-21 and then dug a big hole they couldn't overcome in the third set before pulling out a thrilling fourth set 26-24. The Warriors had nine service errors in the match including four in the first set.