Huron coach Don Wood’s goal is to win every time his Tigers step onto the court, and they do it with regularity, including Thursday night’s 25-19, 22-25, 25-7, 25-21 win at Margaretta. That gave the Tigers an undisputed Sandusky Bay Conference title, the 14th in Wood’s 20 years at the Huron helm.
It is also the chance to start another couple of streaks as the Tigers had won 12 conference titles in a row before being dethroned last year by Edison, and had a streak of 99 straight SBC wins at one point during that stretch.
With two more SBC matches left on the season, Huron (13-2, 12-0) can once again finish the SBC undefeated.
Hadley Sterett went 24-of-27 hitting (nine kills), while Sydney Grendow had 49 assists on 126-for-126 setting for the Tigers.
Kasey Parkhurst was 24-of-27 (10 kills) for the Bears.
Edison 3, SMCC 0
Edison continues to peak at the right time, posting a three-game sweep of host St. Mary Central Catholic Thursday night, 25-15, 25-20, 25-11.
The Chargers have won seven of their last eight matches.
The Chargers got 15 points, three aces, 15 assists and seven digs from Stacey Sinwald, to go along with six kills, 13 assists, 14 points and two aces from Morgan Ott.
For SMCC (4-14, 2-10 SBC), Natalie Colavincenzo was 18 of 22 hitting with 10 kills. Kennedy Gennari added 12 digs.
Clyde 3, Oak Harbor 0
Clyde (8-9, 7-5 SBC) defeated the Rockets in three games, 25-14, 25-23, 25-21, in SBC action Thursday.
Hannah Wadsworth had 11 kills and seven digs for the Fliers, while Missy Sessler had 18 digs.
For Oak Harbor, Rebecca Florio had seven kills and Abbie Gezo had 17 assists, 10 digs and three aces serving.
Perkins 3, Port Clinton 0
The Pirates defeated Port Clinton in three games, 25-12, 25-9, 25-15, in SBC play Thursday.
For Perkins (14-6, 8-4 SBC), Bri Whitcomb was 82 of 82 setting with 27 assists and seven digs. Kendall Harris had seven kills.
Katie Walters, Hannah Sarty and Taylor Zink led the Redskins with four kills each.
Read more in Friday’s Sandusky Register and Norwalk Reflector.