HAVILAND - Antwerp and Wayne Trace met in Green Meadows Conference volleyball action Tuesday night at the Palace with the visiting Lady Archers rolling to a straight-set win over the Raiders.

Antwerp took the first set 25-16 before following that up with a 25-21 win in game two. The blue and white then completed the evening with a 25-21 victory in game three.

Game one saw Antwerp lead nearly the entire set.

Wayne Trace scored first to go on top 1-0 but it would be the only lead of the set for the Raiders.

Antwerp scored nine of the next dozen points, taking a 9-4 advantage before an Archer service error pulled Wayne Trace within 9-5.

The blue and white then broke game one open, scoring six straight points behind three aces by Lydia Brewer, to seize a 15-5 advantage.

Wayne Trace did close back within five at three different times, the last of which was 20-15 on a tip by Gracie Shepherd, but the Raiders would not close the gap any further.

A kill by Antwerp’s Heather Oberlin along with a block and slam by Grace Schuette propelled the Lady Archers to the 25-16 win.

The Lady Raiders jumped out quickly in game two, scoring the first four points and six of the first seven.

However, Antwerp answered with seven of the next eight points to post an 8-7 advantage. The two squads then battled for much of the set before Wayne Trace went on top 17-15 after a Rachel Stoller slam.

From there, though, it was the Lady Archers who seized control.

Seven straight Antwerp points put the blue and white on top 22-17 and the Archers extended the margin to 24-18 on a kill by Astianna Coppes.

Wayne Trace picked up three straight points to trim the deficit to 24-21 but Antwerp’s Alyssa Fuller ended the second set with a slam for a 25-21 Archer victory.

Game three was very similar to the second set as the Raiders rallied to post a 19-18 advantage on a tip from Katrina Stoller.

However, Antwerp controlled the rest of the game by scoring five of the next six points for a 23-20 lead.

After a kill by Wayne Trace’s Rachel Stoller made it 23-21, it was the Archers who made the big play.

The duo of Faith Nestleroad and Alyvia Devore kept the play alive for Antwerp, getting the ball across on the third attempt, while Wayne Trace did not as the Archers extended the lead to 24-21.

Coppes then wrapped up the match with a block for a point as the blue and white posted the 25-21 victory.

Coppes topped the Archer effort with a dozen kills to go along with ten digs, two blocks and an ace. Alyssa Fuller added a dozen digs with five kills and an ace.

Karsyn Brumett also dished out 26 assists and Alyvia Devore posted nine digs and two aces. Other key contributors for the Lady Archers are Lydia Brewer (three digs), Faith Nestleroad (five kills), Madison Boesch (two aces), Heather Oberlin (one block, two kills) and Grace Schuette (five kills, two blocks).

Wayne Trace was paced by Katie Stoller with 23 assists, three digs and two aces while Morgan Hefner chipped in five kills, two blocks and six digs.

Kylie Pfeiffer also added two aces, one kill, one block and four digs with Katrina Stoller posting four kills and three digs. Miriam Sinn finished with 13 digs, one ace and one kill.

Kaitlin Vest (one dig), Tiffany Sinn (two kills, one block, one dig), Gracie Shepherd (five kills, one block, one dig) and Rachel Stoller (10-11 serving, seven kills, one block, two digs) also aided the Lady Raider cause.

Antwerp took the first set 25-16 before following that up with a 25-21 win in game two. The blue and white then completed the evening with a 25-21 victory in game three.

Game one saw Antwerp lead nearly the entire set.

Wayne Trace scored first to go on top 1-0 but it would be the only lead of the set for the Raiders.

Antwerp scored nine of the next dozen points, taking a 9-4 advantage before an Archer service error pulled Wayne Trace within 9-5.

The blue and white then broke game one open, scoring six straight points behind three aces by Lydia Brewer, to seize a 15-5 advantage.

Wayne Trace did close back within five at three different times, the last of which was 20-15 on a tip by Gracie Shepherd, but the Raiders would not close the gap any further.

A kill by Antwerp’s Heather Oberlin along with a block and slam by Grace Schuette propelled the Lady Archers to the 25-16 win.

The Lady Raiders jumped out quickly in game two, scoring the first four points and six of the first seven.

However, Antwerp answered with seven of the next eight points to post an 8-7 advantage. The two squads then battled for much of the set before Wayne Trace went on top 17-15 after a Rachel Stoller slam.

From there, though, it was the Lady Archers who seized control.

Seven straight Antwerp points put the blue and white on top 22-17 and the Archers extended the margin to 24-18 on a kill by Astianna Coppes.

Wayne Trace picked up three straight points to trim the deficit to 24-21 but Antwerp’s Alyssa Fuller ended the second set with a slam for a 25-21 Archer victory.

Game three was very similar to the second set as the Raiders rallied to post a 19-18 advantage on a tip from Katrina Stoller.

However, Antwerp controlled the rest of the game by scoring five of the next six points for a 23-20 lead.

After a kill by Wayne Trace’s Rachel Stoller made it 23-21, it was the Archers who made the big play.

The duo of Faith Nestleroad and Alyvia Devore kept the play alive for Antwerp, getting the ball across on the third attempt, while Wayne Trace did not as the Archers extended the lead to 24-21.

Coppes then wrapped up the match with a block for a point as the blue and white posted the 25-21 victory.

Coppes topped the Archer effort with a dozen kills to go along with ten digs, two blocks and an ace. Alyssa Fuller added a dozen digs with five kills and an ace.

Karsyn Brumett also dished out 26 assists and Alyvia Devore posted nine digs and two aces. Other key contributors for the Lady Archers are Lydia Brewer (three digs), Faith Nestleroad (five kills), Madison Boesch (two aces), Heather Oberlin (one block, two kills) and Grace Schuette (five kills, two blocks).

Wayne Trace was paced by Katie Stoller with 23 assists, three digs and two aces while Morgan Hefner chipped in five kills, two blocks and six digs.

Kylie Pfeiffer also added two aces, one kill, one block and four digs with Katrina Stoller posting four kills and three digs. Miriam Sinn finished with 13 digs, one ace and one kill.

Kaitlin Vest (one dig), Tiffany Sinn (two kills, one block, one dig), Gracie Shepherd (five kills, one block, one dig) and Rachel Stoller (10-11 serving, seven kills, one block, two digs) also aided the Lady Raider cause.