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Oct 12, 2022 (0)
The St. Mary's Cardinals had a lot on their plates last week, facing off against multiple opponents in their triangular.
The first of many challenges for the lady Cardinals was the St. Francis Flyers on Tuesday. They put up a good fight, but the Flyers were just too much for the Cards to keep up with. The match ended in two sets, 18-25 and 20-25. The Cards seemed to trail by three in both matches but were unable to get over the top and fell to the Flyers
In the first match, Lorissa Reiman led the Cards with 10 kills, two blocks and one dig; Mya Hedstrom 10 kills, one block, five digs and one set assist; Alissa Brabec one kill, one ace serve, five digs and 18 set assists; Emma Otte one block, 17 digs and one set assist; Joslyn Eby one block, one dig and one set assist; Gracie Williamson one block; Hope Williamson five digs; Annabelle Barlow one dig.
The Cardinals second game was played with the Elgin/Pope John Wolfpack on Tuesday again. This game the Cards were able to pull out the win, even if just narrowly. The final score was close, ending in two sets, 25-18 and 27-25.
This time around, Hedstrom led the Cards with 19 kills, one block and four digs; Reiman 16 kills, one ace serve, one block and seven digs; Eby one kill, two ace serves and four digs; Brabec five digs and 34 set assists; Gracie Williamson one dig; Barlow one ace serve, three digs and one set assist; Hope Williamson one ace serve and nine digs.
The third game of the week saw the Cardinals face off against the North Central Knights.
Reiman once again leads the Cards with 13 kills, two ace serves and two digs; Hedstrom 12 kills, one ace serve, two blocks and seven digs; Gracie Williamson one kill and two digs; Emma Winkelbauer one kill and one dig; Brabec four ace serves, one block, six digs and 25 set assists; Hope Williamson 12 digs; Otte three digs and two set assists; Barlow and Eby one dig each.
The fourth match saw the Cards travel to Niobrara/Verdigre to take on the Cougars. The Cards fought long and hard, but the Cougars soon overpowered the Cardinals enough to secure the victory. The final score was 1-2; 25-11, 12-25 and 20-25.
Hedstrom led the Cards for the second time that week with 15 kills, one ace serve, one block and 10 digs; Reiman eight kills, four ace serves, seven digs and one set assist; Brabec two kills, four digs and 19 set assists; Barlow one kill, three digs and one set assist; Hope Williamson one ace serve and 11 digs; Otte one ace serve, seven digs and one set assist; Eby two ace serves and two digs.
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