Lafayette's Sarah Jenkins, left, blocked a shot by Henry Clay's Lynsey Short (6) during the Generals' victory Tuesday night. Jenkins, Lafayette's star, accounted for 30 points on kills and with her serve.
Lafayette's Sarah Jenkins, left, blocked a shot by Henry Clay's Lynsey Short (6) during the Generals' victory Tuesday night. Jenkins, Lafayette's star, accounted for 30 points on kills and with her serve. Herald-Leader
Lafayette's Sarah Jenkins, left, blocked a shot by Henry Clay's Lynsey Short (6) during the Generals' victory Tuesday night. Jenkins, Lafayette's star, accounted for 30 points on kills and with her serve. Herald-Leader

Volleyball: No. 14 Lafayette defeats No. 9 Henry Clay in four sets

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