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Oct 11, 2023 (0)

O'NEILL'S ASHLEY SIDAK (9) gets set to hit the ball back over the net.

The O'Neill Eagles volleyball team seem to have bitten off more than they can chew last week when they took up a five-match challenge.

In their first match-up last Tuesday, the Eagles played consistently and gave Summerland a good game. There were a lot of twists and turns, and the winner would only be really known at the end. The Eagles did come out the victor in a 3-2 close game.

Autumn Hilker was MVP with 14 kills, three ace serves and 23 digs; Ashley Sidak 14 kills and one ace serve; Aubrey Jackson 12 kills, two ace serves, four blocks, 24 digs and one set assist; Bergyn Classen seven kills and three digs; Olivia Young four kills, three ace serves and 17 digs; Hannah Hilker two kills, two ace serves 10 digs and 49 set assists; Haley Schluns one ace serve and seven digs; and Keeley Chavez 10 digs.

OHS     21     17     25     25    15      3

SHS      25     25     18     22       8      2

Two days later on Thursday, the Eagles would strike again, this time traveling to Pierce to face the Bluejays. This was a tough match for the Eagles, not being able to keep up in the first two sets. They were able to take third but fumbled in the final, leading to 3-1 loss for the Eagles.

OHS       18       16      25       16       1

PHS        25      25      23       25       3

Another two day break and the girls came back to face St. Paul. This was only a two set match, with the Eagles coming close in both but falling just short. This was the Eagles second loss of the week with a score of 2-0.

Hilker had the highest kills with eight, also one ace serve, three digs and two set assists; Jackson five kills, one ace serve and seven digs; Young four kills, one ace serve, one block and five digs; Classen four kills, one block and one set assist; Sidak three kills and three digs; Hilker one kill, four ace serves, five digs and 19 set assists; Schluns three digs; and Chavez one dig.

OHS            28             20                0

SPHS          30             25                2

On the same day as last game, the girls took on the Winnebago Indians and totally crushed it. This was a pretty cut-and-dried match, with the Eagles blowing away the competition by over double the amount of points.

Young takes the spotlight with seven kills, two ace serves, three digs and one set assist; Sidak six kills and six digs; Hilker four kills, four ace serves and six digs; Classen four kills and three digs; Jackson two kills and eight digs; Hilker one kill, one ace serve, two digs and 22 set assists; Serena Chavez one kill, one ace serve and one dig; Schluns one ace serve and one dig; K. Chavez three digs; and Taylor Dinslage one dig.

OHS              25            25               2

WHS              8             15               0

Still sticking with Saturday, the Eagles were once again taught that they may yet need some more practice. Set one came close, but the Gators closed the gap in the second and cemented their win over the Eagles. 

Jackson had six kills and six digs; Young four kills, one ace serve and five digs; Hilker four kills and eight kills; Sidak three kills, four digs and one set assist; Hilker one kill, five digs and 18 set assists; Classen one kill and five digs; Schluns four digs; and K. Chavez one dig.

OHS             19               14              0

WPHS          25              25              2   


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