HAVILAND - Woodlan made the trip across the Indiana-Ohio state line on Monday night to visit Wayne Trace in non-league volleyball action where the Lady Warriors posted a three-game sweep of the Raiders.

Woodlan took games one and two by identical scores of 25-23 before capturing the third game 25-13 to wrap up the match.

It was a night where the Raiders struggled to find any type of consistency and the Warriors took advantage of their opportunities to get the win.

“We just never seemed to get into any rhythm,” said Wayne Trace head coach Angie Speice. “Woodlan has a nice team and they did a good job of finding the open spots. It wasn’t our best effort but we will come back tomorrow and get ready to play a good Antwerp team.”

Wayne Trace had the lead in each of the first two games but the Raiders were unable to hold on late as the Warriors rallied to win both game one and game two by identical 25-23 margins.

“The first two games were really good and were games that we could have won but Woodlan just made a couple more plays than we did,” Speice said. “The third set just kind of got away from us. But, like we talked in the locker room after the match, we need to move past this one and come back tomorrow ready for league play.”

Alli Hefner led the way for Wayne Trace with ten kills, seven digs and five blocks with Kaylee Shepherd adding eight assists and seven digs.

Miriam Sinn also posted eight digs and dished out four assists for the Raiders, who fall to 4-4 on the season.

Sadie Sinn posted 19 digs and an ace with Olivia Egnor recording ten digs and Brooke Greulach posted three aces. Meagan Speice added five kills and Katie Stoller chipped in four assists for the Raiders.

In the junior varsity match, Woodlan defeated the Raiders by scores of 21-25, 25-17 and 25-17.