The varsity mustangs started their volleyball season winning three of five matches.
Wearing their brand-new uniforms, the Macksville Lady Stangs started the young season by raking in three wins and two loss.
On Thursday they travel to La Crosse and came away with one win and one loss, first defeating the Leopards 25-21, 25-12, then took a loss from the Otis Bison Cougars 10-25, 19-25. Earlier at Greensburg last Tuesday, the Lady’s game away with 2 wins and one loss. First they defeated the Hodgeman County Longhorns in three sets, 17-25, 25-16, 25, lost the second match to the Kiowa County Mavericks 16-25, 15-25, and then ended the evening defeating the Norwich Eagles 25-19, 25-22.
Varsity vs. Norwich
Attack Leader: Brooke 6 kills on 15 swings, Braylynn 3 kills on 4 swings.
Dig Leader: Jennifer O. 6.
Serving: Jennifer O. 11/12 with 5 aces, 10/11 with 1 ace.
Asst: Jenna 8.
Passing: Jacquelin 7/7.
Blks: Brooke 2.
JV defeated LaCrosse 2-0; lost to Otis-Bison 0-2; Varsity defeated LaCrosse 2-0, lost to Otis-Bison 0-2.
Varsity vs. LaCrosse.
Attack Leader: Lexas and Brooke 6 kills.
Dig leader: Braylynn and Brooke 8 digs.
Serving: Jenna 12/12 with 1 ace Asst: Jenna 11.
Passing: Jennifer 4/4.
Blks: Brooke and Braylynn 2 Varsity vs Otis-Bison.
Attack leader: Braylynn 4 kills.
Dig leader: Brooke 7.
Serving: Lexas 8/8 2 aces.
Asst: Jenna 8.
Passing: Lexas 11/11.
Blks: Jacquelin and Brooke 1 each Macksville’s coach Jennifer Gillespie said, “The varsity has started slowly in each of our matches and have played better as the matches progressed. On the JV side, I want to praise the leadership of Kimber Duncan at the setting position. She has done a nice job of quarterbacking the team and breaking in the younger players. Yuli Triana and Mariah Dowling have provided needed leadership for the JV as well.” Gillespie continues saying, Coach Bevan has their stats/scores). We are sad to have lost the services of Emma Sanders for the season as she broke her finger during our scrimmage last Friday and had to have surgery. Her services setting and hitting will be sorely missed.”
The Lady Stangs will be at Kinsley playing the Coyotes and Deerfield Warriors. Matches start at 4p.m.