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Volleyball Season Begins With Season Opening Invites
Issue Date: August 23, 2018
Crivitz Takes Second
in Season Opening Invite
The Crivitz Wolverine volleyball team hosted an early season Invite tuesday night and were rewarded for some hard play with a second place finish among the nine team field.
Mercer was the ventrally first place winner while Oneida followed Crivitz with a third place finish.
Niagara also took part amongst the field of nine and ended the day 1-3 in invite play.
For the Wolverines Chloe Gruszynski piled upon 19 kills, eight aces, five digs and two assists over her invite play. Morgan Gyger piled up 20 kills, eight aces and four digs while Emalee Johnsen recorded 17 kills, four aces, one dig and four blocks. Sienna Guns got 14 kills and four aces while Saige Nelsen amassed 71 assists, six digs, six kills and five aces.
Niagara's starters didn't have an awful day as Jasmine racine slammed down 14 kills, 14 assists and 25 digs along with four aces. Alyssa Cretton got 12 kills, 11 digs, one block and one ace while Jessica Oratch bagged 12 kills, five digs, one assist and one ace.
The Bowler volleyball team bagged a three set win over the Gullet Tiger Tuesday evening 25-21, 25-21 and 26-24.
All three sets were close and the sats sheets showed that the Gillett girls fought hard but just fell short.
Grace Wickman posed nine kills for the Tigers while also getting two blocks, one dig and one ace. Sophie Horsens posted five kills and five digs.
Second At Oconto Invite
The Peshtigo Bulldog volleyball squad took part in the Oconto volleyball invite Tuesday night and came away from the tourney with a second place finish.
Peshtigo defeated Algoma to begin play 25-8, 15-25 and 19-17. They followed with a loss to Oconto 19-25 and 10-25 while recovering for a win over Coleman 25-17 and 25-22. They closed play with a win over Valders 25-14 and 25-20.
On the evening Grace Wickman recorded 18 kills, nine digs and four aces while Lianna Baxter posted 10 kills, one assist, two digs and seven aces. Brennan Schoenebeck recorded nine kills, one block and one dig while Mackenzie Morris piled up 22 assists, six digs, seven aces and one kill.