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Lady Warriors finish out season

Sports writer

The Peabody-Burns High School volleyball team finished the regular schedule this past week.

In two matches Oct. 13 with Elyria Christian, PBHS lost the first 25-15, 19-25, 35-25 but came back to win the second 25-22, 18-25, 25-17.

PBHS lost Oct. 14 to Goessel 25-15, 25-12 and also lost to Remington 25-13, 25-13. The team will travel Saturday to Sedan for sub-state action.

The Lady Warriors controlled game one against Elyria.

Clarissa Terronez and Julie Wedel sparked the team with aces.

Felecia Pohlman, Danielle Savage, and Michaela Methvin all had kills.

Game one went to PBHS 25-15.

Elyria fought back in game two, taking the lead late in the match 17-12.

PBHS lost game two, 25-19 despite kills from Methvin, Savage, and Wedel.

Game three was close with ties at seven and 13. A block by Methvin tied the game again at 23, but PBHS was defeated by two.

Game one of match two started with an ace by Kaitlyn Preheim.

PBHS took a seven-point lead but Elyria came back to within three.

The Lady Warriors eventually hung on for the 25-22 win.

Kills by Savage, Wedel, and Embry Hodges helped to tie game two at eight.

Elyria controlled the rest of the game and PBHS lost 25-18.

PBHS played from behind in game three.

Kills by Hodges, Wedel, Bayleigh Clark, Methvin, and Savage pulled the Lady Warriors even at 16.

A Hodges kill and a Savage ace finished the game and the match in favor of the Lady Warriors, 25-17.

In game one of the Goessel match, PBHS tied the game early at three.

The Lady Warriors then trailed for the rest of the game and lost, 25-15.

Kills were recorded by Wedel, Hodges and Savage.

Game two was more of the same. PBHS had some good net play with kills by Wedel and Savage, but the team lost the game 25-12.

Game one against Remington was all Lady Broncos early.

PBHS was down 14-5 despite kills by Hodges, Wedel, Methvin, and Savage.

Remington ended up taking the match by 12.

PBHS built a four-point lead in game two with two kills by Methvin, a kill by Savage, and a Clark ace. Remington came back to take the lead 9-8 and they defeated the Lady Warriors 25-13.

Stats

(Elyria, Goessel, Remington)

Bayleigh Clark - 58 assists, five aces, one kill, 14 digs

Danielle Savage - 22 kills, three aces, 14 digs, six blocks

Julie Wedel - 24 kills, six aces, 18 digs, two blocks

Michaela Methvin - 14 kills, five blocks

Embry Hodges - 11 kills, one dig, one block

Felecia Pohlman - four kills, seven assists, six aces, six digs

Clarissa Terronez – three aces, two digs

Kaitlyn Preheim – one ace, 12 digs

Alex Holm-McDowell - nine digs

Mikayla Winter - 1 assist

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