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Lady Warriors win two at Bennington

Sports writer

A Sept. 16 road trip to Bennington netted the Peabody-Burns High School Lady Warriors two match victories against Ell-Saline and Bennington.

The team was at home Tuesday, and will compete Saturday in the Olpe tournament.

In the match against Ell-Saline, PBHS attacked the net early, and also served well.

In game one, two aces by Danielle Savage gave the Lady Warriors the lead 4-2.

Kills and strong net play by Savage, Julie Wedel, and Micheala Methvin gave the Lady Warriors a comfortable lead 18-7.

Clarissa Terronez had two aces late to ice the Cardinals.

The Lady Warriors took the game 25-14.

Felecia Pohlman started game two with an ace.

The Lady Warriors were up 9-3, but Ell-Saline steadily chipped away at the PBHS led to tie the game at 19. Two Wedel aces broke the tie.

A Savage kill ended the game at 25-22.

Wedel had eight kills in the match and Savage had seven.

Methvin contributed two kills and Bayleigh Clark had 15 assists.

The Lady Warriors were down 5-1 in game one against Bennington, but came back to tie the game at five.

Wedel served six aces to take a 13-8 lead.

Bennington steadily closed the gap and tied the game at 20.

An ace by Terronez broke the tie and the PBHS squad hung on for the 25-22 victory.

The Lady Warriors started game two down 4-1.

Kills by Pohlman and Savage helped to close the gap but PBHS remained down by two at 7-5.

Bennington continued in the lead until the Lady Warriors tied the game at 12.

PBHS return errors gave the Bennington squad the late lead 23-18 and the Lady Warriors lost game two 25-22.

Terronez broke a three-all tie with two aces to give the PBHS squad the early lead in game three.

Bennington climbed back on top but Wedel put down three kills and served an ace to give the Lady Warriors the 19-17 lead.

Two kills by Pohlman and a kill by Savage gave the Lady Warriors the match 25-18.

Pohlman led the match with eight kills, while Savage had seven.

Wedel had four kills and Methvin had two.

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