Gianna Musto had eight digs, seven kills and six service points Tuesday when Dallas went on the road and swept its Wyoming Valley Conference girls volleyball opener against Tunkhannock, 25-16, 25-20, 25-21.
Megan Sebastianelli had 16 service points, including five aces, and five digs in the win. Angie Allen had a team-high 10 digs.
Tunkhannock was led by Megan Straley’s 10 service points, including three on aces. Dana Macko had 12 hits and Molly Goodwin had five blocks.
In other Tuesday action:
Wyoming Valley West 0
Alex Solano assisted Bryce Chopyak’s first-half goal, then scored one of his own in the second half of the WVC Division 1 game.
Zach Holthaus assisted Solano.
Kyle Greenwood made seven saves in the shutout.
Eddie Melan had a hat trick and two assists in the win.
Melan scored his three goals in the first half for a 4-3 lead, then assisted Alex Paduck twice in the second half.
Wyoming Valley West 1
Alison Francis scored four goals in the WVC Division 1 win.
Francis had a first-half hat trick for a 4-0 lead.
Sarah Krokos made 10 saves for the Mountaineers.
Sarah Stallard’s three-set win at first singles help keep Dallas unbeaten in the WVC.
Wyoming Area 2
Tunkhannock swept doubles in the win.