Titans sweep previously unbeaten Miners

The Trinity Titans have won seven in a row to start their season. (Jake Wright / The Dickinson Press)

The Trinity Titans had no problem putting away an undefeated Beulah team on Thursday night.

The Titans (7-0) downed the Miners, 25-18, in the first set and that was the closest one of the night.

The next two sets were a little easier as Trinity won both 25-14, but Beulah made them work for the victory.

“Beulah (6-1) has some heavy hitters, but we put up a big block against them. We were able to force them into making errors,” Trinity head coach Breanna Sisson said in a text to The Press. “Our serve receive and defense did a great job of putting the pass on for us to be able to run a quick tempo offense and use all of our options in the front row.”

Senior Abbey Kubas led all players with 11 kills, while Hope Fath and Olivia Kessel chipped in six each.


Kubas and Kessel each had four blocks as well.

Kinsey Zuroff led Beulah with six kills.

The Titans battle the Miners again in their next match which is next Tuesday at Trinity.

Hettinger-Scranton (6-1) 18 14 14
Trinity (7-0) 25 25 25
Trinity stats

Serving (aces): Jada Erie 1, Kali Kubas 1, Ashley Pavlicek 1, Amaya Willer 1. Set assists: Kali Kubas 25, Anna Kessel 3, Ashley Pavlicek 2, Olivia Kessel 1, Abbey Kubas 1. Hitting (kills): Abbey Kubas 11, Hope Fath 6, Olivia Kessel 6, Amaya Willer 5, Anna Kessel 5. Blocking (aces): Abbey Kubas 4, Olivia Kessel 4, Anna Kessel 2, Amaya Willer 2, Hope Fath 1. Digs: Asia Willer 17, Kali Kubas 13, Amaya Willer 8, Jada Erie 4, Abbey Kubas 3, Hope Fath 2, Anna Kessel 1, Olivia Kessel 1, Ashley Pavlicek 1.

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