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Niagara Holds M&O Lead; Oconto Atop Packerland

Issue Date: October 14, 2021

Area Volleyball

Coleman Gets Hard

Fought Win Over

Wausaukee


The Coleman Cougars gave the tough Wausaukee Ranger girls a loss last Thursday evening, winning the match after five sets 14-25, 16-25, 25-23, 25-22 and 17-15.

Coleman's winning effort was led by Kylee Tadisch at the net with seven blocks, one dig, nine kills and one assist. Jenna Styczynski got nine digs, 19 assists and four aces. Madelyn Hinther finished with five kills, 10 assists, 12 digs and one ace.

"The first two games had some hesitation," said Coleman head coach Katherine Schermer. "It got much better as the games progressed. We have a bad habit of one arm passes but we have been breaking that habit and tonight we definitely saw an improvement."

Wausaukee's Rachel Schlies posted 11 kills, 13 digs and two aces. Mckenzie Truesdell added up eight kills, 13 digs and one ace while Autumn Schroeder added up five kills. Amber Caylor ended the night with two kills, nine digs, five aces and 27 assists.

"The first two sets we were in our system," said Wausaukee head coach Mandy Allman. "We were setting great in those early sets but the last three sets we saw a considerable break down in our setting and passing. I think that played a huge part of the mind game tonight. We got to find that balance of serving aggressively and serving smart. We just didn't take care of the ball at the service line like we should have. We had too many total errors tonight."



Niagara Defeats

Crivitz in Four Sets


The Niagara Badgers traveled to Crivitz to take on the Wolverines Thursday night and were awarded the win after four sets 22-25, 25-18, 25-15 and 25-11.

"Tonight was a big conference match for us against Crivitz," said Niagara head coach Carol St. Arnauld. "We started the night off slow but after the first set, my girls showed up and took control??taking them out of their comfort zone. We finished the match dominating at the net and hustling after every ball.  This team continues to grow with every game both in confidence and play. My girls have not lost a conference match since August and that speaks to their growth.  I couldn't be prouder of the resilience of this team."

The Wolverines saw McKenna Sellen post eight kills, three digs and an ace while Maddy Welty posted five kills. Lilli Watson added up 10 digs and an assist while Senya Caine posted seven kills, five digs and one ace.

Niagara's Bailey Pearson finished with 12 kills, four blocks, four digs and an ace. Morgan Borchardt added up seven kills, one block, 20 assists, two digs and two aces.



Oneida Nation Secures

Win Over Lena


The Oneida Nation Thunderhawks were the winners in a five set match with the Lena Wildcats Thursday afternoon in Lena.

Oneida dropped the first two matches to Lena 25-18 and 25-11 before firing up and fight9ing back in the third set 28-26. They then went on to win the fourth 25-15 and the final fifth set 15-6.

Lena's Natalie McNurlen posted nine kills and one dig while Makynna Herald added up 21 assists, two digs, two kills and an ace. Alabama Lambert got four kills, one block, two digs and four aces.



Oconto Takes

Down NEW Lutheran


The Oconto Blue Devils posted a three set win over the NEW Lutheran Blazers 25-8, 25-22 and 25-18.

Hannah Moe led the way with 12 kills, seven digs, five aces and 14 service points while Lianna Baxter added up 12 kills and three blocks. Kate Bahrke finished with 28 assists and 18 service points while McKenna Seidl posted 11 digs and nine service points. Leah Allan had seven kills.



Oconto Takes Two

Wins at Gresham Tri


The Oconto Blue Devils defeated Wisconsin Valley Lutheran 25-8, 28-19, and 25-10 and the Gresham girls 25-17, 25-21 and 25-13 for a double win day at the Gresham triangular held Saturday.

On the day Hannah Moe had 30 kills and eight digs for the Blue Devils. Lianna Baxter posted 20 kills and nine blocks while Kate Bahrke added up 65 assists, seven aces and 18 service points. Leah Allan got 17 kills and 28 digs while McKenna Seidl posted 20 digs and 28 service points.



Peshtigo Posts Win

Over Kewaunee


The Peshtigo Bulldog volleyball squad secured a quick three set win over the Kewaunee Storm Thursday night 25-15, 25-15 and 25-11.

Peshtigo's Samantha Kodric added up eight kills, one block, nine digs and two aces. Allison Peters posted five kills, one block, 18 digs and one ace while Tori Jandt got three aces, one assists and 26 digs. Jaci Tonn finished the night with two kills, three aces, 12 assists and 10 digs.



Oconto Falls Wins

Home Invite; Peshtigo

Takes Second


The Oconto Falls Panthers were the victors in the six team invite that took place in Oconto Falls Monday afternoon, defeating the Peshtigo Bulldogs in the championship round 25-14 and 25-22 for the crown.

Oconto Falls started their winning day by defeating NEW Lutheran in round one before falling to Denmark in round two 25-21 and 25-21. After defeating Kewuanee 25-11 and 25-11 Oconto Falls entered the semi final round where they took down Freedom.

Peshtigo took a first round loss to Freedom 25-19 and 25-23, then came back to win three straight. The first win was against Chilton 25-17 and 15-11. Against Menasha the Bulldogs posted another win 25-14 and 25-22 while also defeating Denmark 25-10 and 25-21. Their last loss came in the championship round against Oconto Falls 25-14 and 25-22.

Peshtigo's Allison Peters posted 26 kills, two blocks, 67 digs and one ace. Sam Kodric added up 21 kills, three blocks, one assist, 24 digs and 10 aces while Jaci Tonn finished with 15 kills, one block, 44 assists , 30 digs and four aces. Emma Gilligan did her part with two kills, 39 assists, 45 digs and four aces. Tori Jandt added up 65 digs and 10 aces.



Crivitz Defeats

Gillett in Dual

The Crivitz Wolverines bagged a three set win over the visiting Gillett Tigers Tuesday night.

"It's always hard losing game one," said Gillett head coach Jill Halla. "It just seemed like whenever I adjusted the girls they did really good opposed to them in their normal spots. We've been working on offensive drills and working on hitting open spots and tonight they just had some decent hits that got through our blocks."

"I wasn't happy about losing the lead in that game one," said Crivitz head coach Molly Meyers. "We just need to put the pedal to the metal and not let off in some of these games. Its something we are working on. I'm ok with the way we played tonight. It was the first night we played at full strength. We are working on getting back into game shape as a team going into playoffs next week."



Coleman Gets Three

Set Win Over STAA


The Coleman Cougars blasted their way to a win Tuesday night, defeating the Cavaliers 25-1, 25-3 and 25-5.

Kylee Tadisch led the Cougars with three kills, one block and seven aces. Jenna Styczynski posted one kill, one assist and eight aces while Aubree Kriescher posted six aces. Madelyn Hinther got five aces.



Niagara Takes

Down Lena


The Niagara Badgers posted a quick three set win Tuesday night in Niagara, defeating the visiting Wildcats 25-13, 25-20 and 25-10.

Niagara was led by Bailey Pearson with nine kills, two blocks, one assist and two digs. Morgan Borchardt added up eight kills, one block, 18 assists, three digs and four aces while Mallory Sanicki got seven kills, one bloc and one assist. Erin Lukowicz finished with three aces, one kill, one assist and eight digs.


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