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STAFF PHOTO/COLLEEN MCALEER Katelyn Walton controls the ball on a Lady Warriors service Friday at Elk Lake.

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Libero Katelyn Walton bumps the ball to the Warriors side on Friday.

The Lady Lions picked up two wins this week, over the Lady Sabers and Lady Warriors, after losing the first match of the week to Blue Ridge.

At Lackawanna Trail, the Lady Lions lost three straight sets to the Red Raiders, 25-16, 25-16, and 25-14 on Tuesday.

On Thursday, Ashtyn Mecca had 12 kills, eight points and eight digs, and Monica Stuenzi provided 11 kills, 12 points and six digs in the Lady Lions’ 3-1 victory over Susquehanna.

Nadia Toth had eight kills, four blocks and three aces, and Abby Wilson chipped in with 33 assists and six digs for the winners.

Trail improved its record to 2-10 with set wins of 25-16 and 25-18, before losing the third set 25-17. The Lions completed the night with a fourth set 25-23 win.

Ashton Mecca had 16 kills, six aces and eight digs to lead Lackawanna Trail to a 3-2 win at Elk Lake in a Lackawanna League match.

The first set was a back and forth matchup, that Trail was able to come out on top of with a 25-23 score.

In the second set, the Lady Lions took advantage of the Warriors regrouping and handed the home team a 25-15 loss.

Elk Lake was bolstered by the crowd support on its homecoming night, and secured the wins in the next two sets, 25-22 and 25-15, forcing a fifth and final tiebreak.

The visitors spoiled the Warriors bid, finishing the night with a 15-10 decision.

Madalyn Toth and Nadia Toth each had nine kills for the Lady Lions.

Lily Decker had seven kills, Allana Warner had nine digs and Amanda Voll had eight digs for Elk Lake.

Trail battled Western Wayne last night on the roadand will host Elk Lake on Thursday.