Cross country wins; volleyball loses


Zach Miller

Sakeria Haralson returned to the volleyball lineup against Juniata Valley, but the Lady Devils lost in 5 sets.

Jacob Bollinger, Sports Writer

Wednesday night the Lady Blue Devils volleyball team suffered another tough loss to Mount Union. They now hold a record of 3-5.

Coming off a win against Moshannon Valley, the Lady Blue Devils hoped to keep the train rolling but couldn’t get it done on the road. 

The Lady Blue Devils were without senior Sakeria Haralson, who was out with an illness. Sakeria has been a standout player for the Lady Bluedevils the past three years. 

Thursday the Lady Blue Devils will travel to Juniata Valley to take on the Lady Hornets.


Meanwhile, the boys Cross Country team handed Mount Union its first loss of the season. 

It was a close one with Bellwood winning 28-29.

Kenny Robison finished first for the Blue Devils a full minute ahead of teammate Cadeon Poe, who finished second. 

The girls Cross Country team also handed Mount Union a loss. 

Ashley Yohn finished first in the girls race, leading them to their 26-29 victory. 

The boys hold a record of (6-3), and the girls are (8-1).