Houston's Camryn Scheets had six kills in Tuesday's victory against Salem.

The Houston volleyball team has found success in the South Central Association.

The Lady Tigers improved to 3-0 in conference play with a 25-18, 25-15 victory Tuesday night against Salem.

Houston, which beat Willow Springs 25-17, 25-18 last Thursday, has only two victories in 13 non-conference matches.

Senior Sydney Cremer led HHS (5-11, 3-0 SCA) with 13 assists against Salem. Camryn Scheets had a team-best six kills.

After winning the opening set, Scheets had an ace in the second set as HHS went ahead 11-5. The advantage stretched to seven points on Sydney Cremer’s tip over the net. After Salem closed the gap to three points, the Lady Tigers put Salem away with six consecutive points to end the match. Megan Silveus had a kill during the rally.

Over the weekend, the Lady Tigers were winless in four matches at the Rolla Tournament.

On Monday, Katelyn Martinez had four kills in a 25-20, 25-20 loss to Eminence. Scheets and Nora Dixon had three blocks apiece.

JUNIOR VARSITY: Chandra Hubbs had five aces in the JV Lady Tigers’ 25-5, 25-8 victory Tuesday against Salem.

On Monday, Abby Casper had three aces in the JV Lady Tigers’ 26-24, 16-25, 25-10 loss to Eminence.

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