SCOTTVILLE — Visiting Hesperia earned a three-set volleyball victory on Tuesday night over Mason County Central.

The Panthers won the match 25-14, 25-21, 25-14 in the West Michigan Conference-Rivers match at Mason County Central Tuesday night.

“I thought in the second set we were turning it around, but we couldn’t pull back together for that third set,” said Spartans’ coach Erin O’Harra.

“We are still working through some injuries amongst our players, which is hard, especially moving to the end of our season (and) towards our conference tournament, and districts.

“We keep working hard, and time will tell how we end this season.”

Tori Dunblazier was one of the Spartans who stood out, going 15-of-15 on her serve receive, 8-of-13 on her digs and 8-of-8 on her serves.

Alayna Rafter went 12-of-13 at the service line, was 9-of-9 in digs, 57-of-58 in setting with 11 assists and 1-of-1 in attacks.

Charlie Banks was 11-of-12 on her serve receive, 15-of-17 in digs and 10-of-12 attacking with one kill.

Peyton Welch stepped up Tuesday night with 4-of-4 in serve receive 3-of-3 in digs, 11-of-12 in attacks with two kills, 4-of-4 in blocks and 3-of-3 in sets.

Grace Weinert was 9-of-10 serving, 8-of-8 in serve receive, 11-of-16 in digs and 1-of-1 attacking. Mikaylah McVicker finished 5-of-5 serving, 3-of-5 in serve receive and 1-of-3 in digs.

Aylin Davila was 3-of-4 serving, 7-of-10 in serve receive and 11-of-14 in digs. Riley Mast was 2-of-2 in serve receive, 2-of-3 in digs, 6-of-7 in attacks, 2-of-3 in sets with two assists while Wren Nelson was 4-of-4 serving, 8-of-8 attacking with two kills, 5-of-5 in blocks and 1-of-1 setting.

The Spartans (8-15-1 overall, 1-4 in the conference) host Mason County Eastern in a non-conference match on Thursday night.

Hesperia hosts the Volley Against Violence Tournament at 9 a.m. Saturday.