Hanover made short work of rival Franklin, sweeping the Grizzlies in three sets to win the Victory Ball trophy for the 11th-straight year Tuesday at Collier Arena.

The Panthers blitzed through the opening set 25-8 then finished off the sweep with victories of 25-18 and 25-17 in the final two.

Adrianne Vance, a freshman from Indianapolis, had 11 kills on 19-of-20 hitting to lead Hanover while Emma Rolf, a sophomore from Lebanon, had eight kills and three block assists. Kelsey Ketcham, a sophomore from Mishawaka, dished out 30 assists and had eight digs, and Ally Williams, a senior from Fountaintown, had 19 digs.

Hanover improves to 16-10 overall with the win and 5-2 in the Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference. The Panthers, who sit two games behind league-leader Transylvania, closes out the regular season with a home matches against Manchester on Friday and Anderson on Saturday.