The Peabody-Burns High School Lady Warriors made an appearance Sept. 23 on their home court during the Peabody triangular.
They lost the first match to Little River 18-25, 25-18, 23-25, but came back to win the second match against Canton-Galva 25-23, 25-23.
The team traveled Tuesday to Berean Academy, however results were not available by press time.
Danielle Savage opened with a block in the first game of the Little River match.
Aces from Felecia Pohlman and Redskin return errors put the Lady Warriors up 5-0.
Embry Hodges added a kill early in the match and the Lady Warriors lead was 7-2.
Little River mounted a slow and steady come back, and the PBHS lead vanished with the game even at 13.
The Lady Warriors lost due to errors in the final eight points of the game
An ace from Pohlman put the Lady Warriors on the board in the second game against Little River.
Kills from Julie Wedel, and Savage, and an ace from Clarissa Terronez, helped PBHS to a 7-4 lead.
A tie at nine was the last Little River challenge of the game.
Aces by Bayleigh Clark and kills by Pohlman, Savage, Wedel, and Micheala Methvin kept the Lady Warriors on top and the squad took the second game 25-18.
PBHS played from behind in the third game of the match.
Little River took an early 9-1 lead. However, Redskin errors, kills by Wedel and Pohlman, and a block by Methvin pulled the PBHS squad to within one at 10-9.
The Lady Warriors tied the game at 20 and even took a two-point lead, but lost the game eventually lost 25-23.
Savage and Wedel led the team with seven kills each, while Pohlman had three.
Clark, Methvin, and Hodges each had a kill.
Clark had 17 assists and nine digs. Kaitlyn Preheim had seven digs.
A Pohlman ace, a Savage block, and a Wedel kill put the first three points on the board in game one of the Canton-Galva match. The Eagles then came back to tie the game seven.
Wedel notched three aces in a row to put the team up 14-10.
Canton-Galva came back to take the lead by three, 19-16, but the Lady Warriors tied it at 19.
A kill by Hodges gave the Lady Warriors a two-point edge late in the contest 24-22.
An Eagle service error ended the game in favor of the PBHS squad.
The Lady Warriors took an early lead in game two and remained in the lead throughout the contest.
Net play by Methvin, Savage, and Pohlman held the Eagles at bay and the home team took game two 25-23.
Savage led the match with six kills and three blocks.
Wedel had four kills and three aces, Pohlman had two kills and two aces, while Clark added 12 assists and Methvin had a block.
Danielle Savage - 13 kills, three aces, nine digs, four blocks.
Julie Wedel - 11 kills, three aces, three digs.
Felecia Pohlman - five kills, five aces, seven digs.
Bayleigh Clark – two kills, 29 assists, 14 digs, four aces.
Clarrisa Terronez - two aces.
Michaela Methvin - one kill, two digs, three blocks.
Embry Hodges - two kills, two digs, one assist.
Kaitlyn Preheim - two aces, nine digs.
Alex Holm McDowell - four digs.