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Lady Warriors compete in White City

The Lady Warriors took a road trip to White City Sept. 14. They defeated White City 25-21, 21-25, 25-18 but lost to Goessel 25-16, 18-24, 22-25.

The team traveled to Centre on Tuesday and will travel to Olpe for a Saturday tournament.

White City

White City took an early 11-4 advantage over PBHS in game one. The Lady Warriors stayed in the game with blocks from Sarah Hoffman and Embry Hodges, three kills from Michaela Methvin, and a tip from Rayna Barnes. An ace from Barnes tied the score at 17 and a Hoffman block gave the Lady Warriors a two-point advantage 21-19. A Schroeder tip set put the Lady Warriors within one point of the win and PBHS took the game-one win 25-21.

Missed serves gave the Lady Warriors trouble in game two. A Paige Lewis kill helped the PBHS squad to within two 8-10 and a Hoffman tip set earned point ten. A Hodges kill and a Methvin kill kept the team in the game a 12-13 but White City took control of the game. Late in the contest Brandee Burnett served an ace and Hodges had a kill but PBHS lost, 21-25.

A Schroeder block tied the game at three at 2-2. White City then took a five-point advantage before a Methvin and Hodges block shut down the assault. A Hoffman tip set and a Schroeder kill took the team to within one, 10-11. Burnett then ran off three aces and the Lady Warriors took the edge 14-12. The last seven PBHS points included a Methvin kill, a Schroeder ace, a Hodges kill, and the game-winning ace from Hodges. PBHS won game three 25-18.

Goessel

Hodges gave the PBHS squad the early 2-1 edge with a kill. Methvin and Lewis each got on the scoreboard with a kill and PBHS maintained the lead, 7-4. Lewis and Tori Schroeder kept the Lady Warriors up with a kill each and Lewis added an ace and PBHS led, 12-8. A Schroeder tip set and a block by Hoffman and Barnes earned the PBHS squad the 15-9 advantage. Hodges added another kill and Methvin came on strong with three kills in the last five points of the game. Methvin ended the game with an ace. PBHS won game one 25-16.

PBHS started strong in game two with a tip set and an ace by Hoffman and a kill from Methvin. The Lady Warriors lead 3-1 but Goessel came back to take the advantage and PHS trailed 6-9. PBHS remained behind despite points from Schroeder, Methvin, and Hoffman. PBHS lost 18-25.

Goessel scored four points before PBHS got in the game with a Methvin kill. Two more Methvin kills and also a kill from Lewis put the Lady Warriors within two, 7-9, but then Goessel offense exploded. PBHS rallied late in the game and scored five consecutive points on a Barnes block, two Lewis kills, a Hoffman block, and an ace from Methvin. PBHS managed play to within two, 22-24, but lost the last point to the Bluebirds. The Lady Warriors lost game three, 25-22.

Last modified Sept. 23, 2010

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