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Lady Warriors compete at Sedgwick

Staff writer

The Lady Warriors volleyball team opened regular season competition Sept 8. at Sedgwick. The squad lost to Inman 17-25 and 10-25. They also were defeated by Sedgwick 13-25, 10-25 and Moundridge 20-25, 11-25.

The team will next compete at home.

Inman

PBHS opened strong against the Teutons, scoring the first five points in game one. Mikayla Winter and Danielle Savage each had a block. The lead diminished and Inman came back to tie the game, 5-5. A block by Michaela Methvin and a kill by Savage aided the Lady Warriors to a 10-6 advantage. Another kill by Savage and kills by Methvin and Julie Wedel put the Lady Warriors up 13-11.

Inman tied at 16-16 and then made nine points out of the last 10 to take game one, 17-25.

Kills by Methvin, Savage, Wedel, and Winter highlighted game two but 10 points of offense for the Lady Warriors was not enough. The Lady Warriors lost the game, 10-25, and the match.

Sedgwick

Game one against Sedgwick had early kills by Methvin, Savage, and Wedel but the PBHS squad trailed 5-15. Wedel and Winter recorded kills and the team gained two, 7-16. While the Lady Warriors did manage six more points, PBHS lost game one, 13-25.

Game two was tied at 2-2, but PBHS errors let the Cardinals gain a huge advantage at 6-19.

Savage and Methvin recorded kills and Embry Hodges had a block. The team lost game two, 10-25, and the match.

Moundridge

Down two early in game one against Moundridge, the PBHS squad came back and played the most competitive game of the night. A block by Hodges tied the game at 6-6, followed by a Wedel ace that gave the Lady Warriors the 7-6 lead. The team continued to play point-for-point with kills by Methvin, Wedel, and Hodges. The team ran out of steam and the Lady Wildcats took the last three points of the game. The PBHS team lost 20-25.

A Savage kill gave the Lady Warriors their only point in the first six. Despite kills by Methvin and Wedel, receiving errors throughout the game gave the Lady Wildcats a big lead. The Lady Warriors lost game two, 11-15, and the match.

Results

Wedel — 11 kills, 1 ace, 16 digs, 1 block

Winter — 4 kills, 12 assists, 2 blocks

Savage — 11 kills, 1 block, 1 ace

Methvin — 8 kills, 1 block

Traylee Woodruff — 14 assists, 9 digs, 1 block

Hodges — 1 kill, 2 blocks

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