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Lady Warriors win three, lose two at Solomon

Sports writer

The Peabody-Burns High School Lady Warriors won three matches and lost two Saturday at the Solomon tournament.

They were defeated in the first match of the day in three games by Solomon 14-25, 25-18, 18-25. They came back to beat Lincoln 25-13, 25-19, and Elyria 25-19, 25-10.

The fourth match against Inman went to Inman, 25-11, 25-9.

The last match of the day against Wakefield was a victory for the Lady Warriors 25-21, 25-22.

The team travels next to Bennington.

Solomon took a 16-7 lead in game one, before taking the victory.

Game two was better with three kills for Julie Wedel and two each for Felecia Pohlman and Micheala Methvin, as the Lady Warriors evened the score.

Despite better passing than in game one, the Lady Warriors lost game three by seven. Wedel led again with three kills.

In game one against Lincoln, Embry Hodges gave the Lady Warriors the early 3-1 lead with a big kill. Wedel served well in the game with three aces and three kills. Methvin added a block and a kill for points.

An ace from Bayleigh Clark ended the game in favor of PBHS.

Game two was closer but kills by Wedel (three), Hodges (two) and Methvin (one), and two aces at the end of the game by Clarissa Terronez helped the Lady Warriors to a match victory.

Game one with Elyria was even early but serves from Terronez, Clark, and Pohlman, and back row play of Clark, Kaitlyn Preheim, and Pohlman, held off Elyria for a six-point PBHS victory.

Methvin, Wedel, Pohlman, and Clark each had kills in game two. PBHS won by 25 and took the match. Pohlman scored the last point with an ace.

Inman took a big lead in game one with little going the Lady Warriors’ way.

PBHS eventually fell by 14. Game two was more of the same with a bigger deficit of 16.

Wedel had three kills in the match, Hodges had two and Methvin one.

Wedel led the last match of the day against Wakefield with 12 kills.

Hodges, Methvin, and Pohlman had five each.

Both games ended in favor of the Lady Warriors 25-21, 25-22.

Alex Holm-McDowell, Pohlman, and Terronez all recorded aces in the match.

No total stats were available at press time.

Last modified Sept. 17, 2008