Photo by Lori PoteetLindzy Sabens and three others celebrated Senior Night with a win Tuesday.
Photo by Lori Poteet

Lindzy Sabens and three others celebrated Senior Night with a win Tuesday.
LINDEN-North Montgomery entered Tuesday needing three things to happen if they were to claim a share of the Sagamore Athletic Conference volleyball title.

Now they're down to one step: beat Tri-West Thursday.

The Chargers swept Frankfort at home and Lebanon beat Western Boone Tuesday to complete the first two pieces of the puzzle. North Montgomery dominated the Hot Dogs, 25-11, 25-11, 25-11.

The match was also Senior Night for the Chargers. They honored Brook Karle, Lindzy Sabens, Conner Norman and Megan Warren.

"What a great night," head coach Jodi Webster said. "It's been a really fun year. Being able to watch the players grow through the feeder programs and up through the high school ranks is such a great joy. It's sad to watch them go, but it's exciting to watch them grow."

Karle celebrated with an ace and eight digs. Sabens had four kills, an ace and four digs. Warren had a kill, three aces and four digs to go with 17 assists. Norman had a kill and an ace.

"They team has a great relationship with one another and the seniors have been leaders for all the girls that have come in," Webster said. "The journey has gone so fast this year."

Cortney Kolger led the squad with seven aces. Carli Cahill and Ally French each had six kills.

North Montgomery (16-15, 5-1 SAC) will look to clinch their share of the Sagamore Thursday at Tri-West.

"This is a big week with two conference rivals," Webster said. "It's coming down to the wire in the conference."

Western Boone and Lebanon have completed their conference season and have guaranteed a share of the crown.