The Orioles won, 25-16, 25-18 and 25-9.
“The girls had a strong serving game,” Orioles coach Liz Holden said. “We got quite a few aces. This is our only game this week, and I think they really wanted to make the most of it. They played well, and too care of the ball.”
Jordyn Anderson had a big night for the Orioles with 27 assists, nine aces, five digs, five kills and one block.
Keelyn Laird finished with 11 kills, eight digs, three aces and one assist.
Maddy Vaara had 14 kills, one block and one ace. Karli Mesyar contributed six digs and nine assists. Mia Pung had 14 digs, two assists and one ace.
Ashley McPike had four kills, one block and one assist. Mia Voss added three aces, two blocks, two kills and one assist.
Olivia Lynn finished with three kills, Mya Bryant had one dig and one ace and Morgan Simpson had one kill.
“We struggled tonight,” said Spartans head coach Erin O’Hara. “We had some of our players out with injuries.”
Tori Dunblazier was the Spartans’ big hitter on the night, going 18-of-19 at the attack line with five kills. She was also 3-of-4 serving, 7-of-14 in serve receive, had four digs and one block.
Alayna Rafter was 11-of-12 serving with two aces and was 30-of-31 in sets with nine assists.
Charlie Banks finished 8-of-9 serving with one ace, 13-of-16 in serve receive, had five digs and was 2-of-2 attacking.
Grace Weinert went 4-of-5 serving and had one block. Peyton Welch finished 4-of-4 serving, was 4-of-5 in serve receive and was 9-of-10 attacking with three kills.
Ashlyn McKay was 5-of-6 serving with one ace and was 2-of-2 in serve receive.
Ludington is idle now until Tuesday when they host Fremont.
The Spartans travel to Reed City for a non-conference match on Thursday night.