Pacific remained unbeaten in the Four Rivers Conference with volleyball wins over Sullivan and New Haven.

The Lady Indians (13-6-1, 4-0) won Tuesday at Sullivan 25-19, 25-13 and Thursday at home over New Haven, 25-17, 19-25, 25-19.

Sullivan

Pacific won Tuesday at Sullivan, 25-19, 25-13.

“The girls came out and played hard from the start. We didn’t make too many errors, which was good to see,” said Pacific Head Coach Janel Brown. “Our defense could have been a little better, but overall, we played a very smart and consistent game.”

Kersten McDonough finished the match with 10 kills and one service ace.

Ashley Hill added nine kills and one assist. Emily Weaver had four kills.

Amber Fuller and Allyson Armstrong both had two kills and one block. Ellen Rogers added two kills and one assist.

Abby Spuhl collected 26 assists, three aces and one kill.

Ashley Whitmore served one ace. Jackie Dann led the defensive effort.

Alisyn Bryan and Aley Lucas both had three kills for Sullivan (5-8-2, 1-2). Bryan also had three blocks.

New Haven

Pacific survived Thursday at home against New Haven, 25-17, 19-25, 25-19.

“The girls played hard in all three sets. We let the second set get away from us. New Haven came back in the second set and didn’t make many mistakes,” Brown said. “We did a very good job of serving and playing defense in the third set.”

McDonough led the Lady Indians with 14 kills. Complete stats for Pacific were not available at press time.

“Emily, Kersten, Allyson and Amber did a great job of blocking,” Brown said. “We got a lot of touches at the net.”

Kelsey Pecaut led New Haven (15-9-3, 2-2) with 10 kills, two aces and one block.

Katie Peirick added six kills and one ace. Taylor Covington collected five kills, one block and one ace. Megan Bauer had 14 assists.

New Haven was coming off a hard-fought loss Monday to Fatima, 25-23, 25-20.

Pecaut led the Lady Shamrocks with seven kills and four aces.