Pettisville lost consecutive matches to Evergreen and Edon before turning it around to beat Hilltop in girls volleyball action last week.
The Birds lost a non-league match on the road at Evergreen in three straight 19-25, 14-25, 25-27, Monday, Sept. 22.
Traveling to Edon for a Buckeye Border Conference match, Tuesday, Sept. 23, PHS lost 18- 25, 25-23, 20-25, 20-25,
Pettisville got back on the winning track with a 25-9, 25- 8, 25-11 victory over Hilltop, Thursday, Sept. 25.
PHS is 9-6, 5-1 BBC.
Evergreen Def. PHS 25-19, 25-14, 27-25
Pettisville was 46/51 in serving and 59/70 in serve reception in the non-league loss. Mackenzie Nofziger served two aces.
Haley Nofziger had seven solo blocks. Chelsea Schmucker, Stephanie Yoder, and Stacey King each had one.
Katie Weber led the team in digs, with seven. H. Nofziger had five; M. Nofziger had three.
Weber and H. Nofziger each had seven kills; Schmucker and S. Yoder each had five.
Karina Rohrer-Meck was 50/51 in setting; Tessa Yoder was 26/26. Edon Def. PHS 25-18, 23-25, 25-20, 25-20
H. Nofziger led the PHS attack with 13 kills. Weber and S. Yoder each had nine; Schmucker had eight.
H. Nofziger also had five solo blocks and served two aces. Weber had three solo blocks; Rohrer-Meck served four aces and was 54/54 in setting.
T. Yoder served three aces and was 52/54 in setting.
The Edon junior varsity also won.
PHS Def. Hilltop 25-9, 25-8, 25-11
The match between the Birds and Cadets started the second round of BBC play. Pettisville also won the first match in three games.
S. Yoder led PHS in kills, with 10. A trio each had seven: Weber, Schmucker, and H. Nofziger.
Weber had three aces. H. Nofziger had two aces and three solo blocks. T. Yoder and Schmucker each served an ace.
Schmucker had two solo blocks; S. Yoder and King each had one.
The Birds were 22/26 in serve reception, 63/69 in serving, 49/53 in passing, and 61/64 in attacks.