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By John Lachmann
Ryle won three matches on Saturday and five overall to take the Jefferson County Invitational title for the second straight year.
The Raiders beat Apollo, 25-9, 25-21 in the championship match. Junior outside hitter/setter Ashley Bush tallied seven kills and five assists, and senior middle blocker Alex Nichols recorded four kills in the final.
Bush and Nichols rolled up seven kills each, and Bush added five assists in the semifinal match, a 25-19, 25-12 win over North Oldham.
Ryle (23-3) also beat South Oldham, 25-14, 25-6 earlier in the day.
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