St. James 25-25-25, Beauregard 15-22-14

OPELIKA – St. James went on the road to Beauregard and swept the Hornets in three straight sets to improve to 3-0 in area play.

For St. James, Ellie Streeton had three kills, a block and two digs; Mary Julian Setzer had two kills, a block and a dig; Lucy Edwards had seven aces and eight assists; Shelby Rosenberg had an ace and Makenzie Corley had a dig.

Morgan Parish had six aces, three kills and a pair digs; Quintoria Warren had a kill and a block; Merrily Capouya had two aces, four kills and four digs; Bellah Bright had an ace; Danielle Greene had an ace, six kills and an assist; Hannah Grace Griggs had three aces, two digs an assist and a 2.25 serve receive rating; and Lily Foley had an ace and eight assists.

The Trojans return home to play Auburn and Prattville in a tri-match on Monday at 4:30 p.m., followed by an area match with Brew Tech on Tuesday at 5:30 p.m.

Prattville Christian Academy 25-25-17-26, Pike Road 18-21-25-24

Prattville Christian rallied back from a loss in the third set to defeat Pike Road 26-24 to win a hard-fought 3A, Area 5 battle on Thursday night. PCA (8-8) improved to 1-1 in area play with the win, bouncing back from a loss to Montgomery Academy earlier in the week.

For the Panthers, Lennon McAnnally had 14 kills, an ace and 11 digs; Jamie Johnson had 12 assists, three kills and four aces; Sydney Jorgensen had an ace, a kill and eight digs; Victoria Wheeler had eight kills, a pair of aces and two digs; Juliana Lawrence had 16 assists, an ace, three kills and four digs; Jacey Haynes had two kills and two blocks; Hannah Jones had nine kills and a block; and Emily Kamykowski had a kill, two aces and 15 digs.

The PCA junior varsity also won, defeating Pike Road 25-13 and 25-18. Coco Thomas had a block and three kills; Chelsea Mulliner had a block, five kills, an ace and three digs; Naomi Taake had four aces, five digs and two kills; Makenna Simpson had a kill, an ace and an assist; Sally Swindall had three kills; Ella Jane Connell had 11 assists and two digs; Chloe Hollon had two digs and two aces; and Avery Rogers had two aces and four digs.

Lee-Scott Academy 25-25-25, Fort Dale Academy 12-14-11

AUBURN – The Warriors hosted Fort Dale in an area match on Thursday. The junior varsity played first and lost in two sets as they continue to show improvement in search of their first win of the season.

The varsity Warriors were led by sophomore Lillie Huff with 14 aces, five kills and three blocks. Seniors Shay Robinson (nine aces and five kills) and Mary Margaret Huff (six aces and four kills) also helped Lee-Scott secure the victory. Setter Margaret Aldridge led the team in assists with 16.

Lee-Scott (6-5) improved to 2-2 in area play and will host Edgewood in an area match on Tuesday, beginning with junior varsity play at 3:30 p.m.