The Fort Osage volleyball team overcame a first-set loss to down rival William Chrisman Thursday.

Host Chrisman claimed a 25-20 win in the first game, but the Indians bounced back with 25-22 and 25-11 wins in the final two sets to claim the Suburban Middle Seven victory.

Fort Osage improved to 18-9-2 overall and 9-2 in the conference.

Courtney Taylor had nine kills to lead William Chrisman, which dropped to 8-14 overall and 5-5 in the Middle Seven.

Abby Bauman added six kills and three ace serves, Patience Farmer had 28 digs and Brooklyn Burkey had 15 assists for the Bears.

BLUE SPRINGS 25-25, PARK HILL 23-17: Blue Springs used strong teamwork to outlast Park Hill for a Suburban Big Six victory on Senior Night Tuesday.

Senior Aliyah Bello knocked down 11 kills and Cherray Wilson and Chloe Kaminski each added eight to lead the way for the Wildcats.

“We were able to outlast the Trojans’ strong front row in the first set, which was tight all the way to the finish,” Blue Springs coach Katie Straka said. “We would surge ahead and they would storm right back with a monster kill or block. We took the momentum from that first set and got a fast start in set two and never looked back. Definite credit to our energy and teamwork for tonight’s result. Setter Lily Letchworth did a great job distributing the ball.”

Letchworth finished with 30 assists as the Wildcats improved to 14-9 overall and 6-3 in the conference.

BLUE SPRINGS SOUTH 23-25-25, LEE’S SUMMIT NORTH 25-14-12: Blue Springs South used a balanced attack to overcome a first-set loss to claim a Suburban Big Six home victory Thursday.

Aubrey LaPour amassed 17 kills and 14 digs to help spark the comeback.

“The Washington Nationals said it best, ‘So we had a choice, we could either basically roll over and quit or come in, like we said, each day and try and win that game that day. We chose the second one,’” South coach Mallori Perry said.

Carsen Murray added 10 kills and seven blocks, Ryleigh McBurney dished out 29 assists, Grace Smedley led the defense with 23 digs, Ava Epperson had six kills, Marti Strickert added 12 assists and Kylie Gregory had seven kills and two aces as the Jaguars improved to 12-16 overall and 4-4 in the Big Six with their third straight victory.