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Lady Warriors winless at Olpe

Sports writer

The Peabody-Burns High School Lady Warriors traveled Saturday to Olpe and came home without a match victory.

They were defeated by Maris des Cygnes Valley 25-18, 11-25, 20-25, lost to Northern Heights 25-23, 26-24, and Central Christain 25-14, 25-15.

Olpe defeated the Lady Warriors 23-25, 15-25, 6-25 and they also were defeated by Goessel 20-25, 25-22, 10-25.

Kills by Danielle Savage and Micheala Methvin and aces by Julie Wedel helped the Lady Warriors to an early 15-8 lead in the first game against Maris des Cygnes Valley.

PBHS had kills from Savage and Wedel, and a block by Embry Hodges, en route to a game-one victory.

Errors in game two put the PBHS squad behind 10-4.

A kill by Hodges and solid net play by Methvin brought the score to within two at 10-8.

MdCV went on a 12-point run and PBHS lost the second game.

Game three was tied at five, as Wedel attacked with two kills and an ace, and Savage also had a kill to put the Lady Warriors up 11-7.

MdCV climbed back into the game, helped by errors from the Lady Warriors, and eventually won by five.

Game one against Northern Heights was a close one with PBHS losing by two.

Methvin, Wedel, Savage, Felecia Pohlman, and Hodges had kills in the game.

Game two was even at five when Northern Heights went on a run and pulled ahead 10-5.

Kills by Wedel, Pohlman, and Savage, and an ace by Clarissa Terronez plus good back-row play from Kaitlyn Preheim, put the game even at 16. A Hodges kill at point 22 put the game even again.

A Methvin kill kept the team in it at 24-23. While PBHS scored one more to tie it at 24, NHHS took the game and the match.

Against Central Christian, the Lady Warriors were down 16-8 and couldn’t build any momentum.

They lost game one 25-14. Game two started better with a 4-4 tie, but the outcome was almost the same with a 10-point PBHS loss.

Game one against the host team Olpe went to the Lady Warriors, despite trailing 9-3 early.

Good team play including aces by Terronez, Wedel, and Pohlman, and kills by Wedel, put PBHS back in the game even at 17-all.

Methvin defended well at the net down the stretch and PBHS won game one 25-23.

Game two was even at two, but then the Lady Warriors struggled to score.

Kills by Hodges, Pohlman, and Savage brought the team score to 15, but PBHS lost game two by 10.

Passing errors cost the team points in game three, and they ended up losing 25-6.

Game one against Goessel started strong with a 6-3 PBHS lead.

Hitting errors closed the gap and the Lady Warriors fell behind 10-8.

A Wedel kill ignited a mini-rally with five points scored including two Wedel aces.

PBHS couldn’t hang on and lost by five.

Most of game two against Goessel was played from behind.

While kills from Wedel, Savage, and Pohlman kept the team alive, PBHS didn’t take the lead until late in the game.

A kill by Savage and blocks by Savage and Pohlman iced the victory, 25-22.

Game three against Goessel was competitive with long rallies, but the points often went to the Bluebirds. PBHS lost game three 25-10.

olpe tournament stats (five matches)

Bayleigh Clark - one kill, two aces, 46 assists, 16 digs.

Julie Wedel - 19 kills, three aces, 24 digs.

Danielle Savage - 32 kills, seven aces, 23 digs, four blocks.

Embry Hodges - eight kills, three digs, two blocks.

Kaitlyn Preheim - one ace, 23 digs.

Felecia Pohlman - five kills, 17 digs.

Michaela Methvin - seven kills, four blocks, two digs.

Clarrisa Terronez - one ace, four digs.

Alex Holm-McDowell - 13 digs.

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