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Issue Date: September 19, 2019

Algoma at Peshtigo

The crowd at this volleyball game was treated to some excellently played volleys. Algoma and Peshtigo both were coming off huge wins from earlier on in the week. Algoma was able to pull off the win of the first set 25-22. This score was telling of how much these teams were to battle each other throughout the night. The second set was also close as Algoma won 25-17. Each set seemed to get longer as the teams were volleying well against each other. Bulldog Head Coach Robin Gilligan had this to say about her team: "They do come out a little slow at times but they're a team that doesn't give up and they come out fighting the next game and next game as shown tonight. We came back and won those two sets after losing two, not many teams can come back and do that mentally let alone physically."

In the third set Peshtigo's serves were on the money and the Bulldogs were able to claw through it to win it 23-25. Wolves Head Coach Eric Dean said, "I subbed more than I normally do in that 3rd set, when we had it in hand and they're (Peshtigo) too talented of team to do that. I rolled the dice and it didn't work so, hats off to them." He also went on to say that his girls did everything they are working on in practice during the first two sets. In the fourth set Peshtigo kept their momentum going and were able to profit off of Algoma errors to win 18-25.

In the fifth and final set you could visibly see how tired both teams were. It was very close even though the Algoma Wolves were able to win the final set 15-9. There was a lot of hustle for both teams and the scores show that.

After the game Bulldog's Head Coach Robin Gilligan had this to say of her back row defense: "Tori (Jandt), Grace (Wickman), and McKenna (Evancheck) did an outstanding job tonight."

Peshtigo Stats:

Aces: Schoenebeck 2, Wickman 1, Sharkus 2, Dudka 2, Oestreich 1, Jandt 2.

Kills: Schoenebeck 10, Wickman 10, Kodric 2, Dudka 9, Delata 1, Peters 2, Cahill 3.

Blocks: Schoenebeck 1.

Assists: Schoenebeck 1, Sharks 18, Oestreich 10, Peter 1, Cahill 1.

Digs: Schoenebeck 10, Wickman 31, Sharkus 7, Kodric 3, Dudka 4, Oestreich 5, Evancheck 8, Peters 4, Jandt 37, Cahill 2.

Final: 25-22; 25-17; 23-25; 18-25; 15-9

Algoma 3

Peshtigo 2



Oconto vs Gibraltar

Oconto's Blue Devils varsity volleyball team won last Thursday's home conference match against the Gibraltar Vikings 3-0. It seemed as though the Vikings just couldn't get their gameplay going at all. The Blue Devils used home court advantage and routed through the sets 9-25, 4-25, 10-25. Oconto is 2-0 in conference, and 12-2 overall.

Oconto Highlights:

Kate Bahrke: 21 assists, 4 blocks, 5 digs, 4 aces, and 15 service points.

Cora Behnke: 12 kills, 3 aces, and 16 digs.

Hannah Moe: 5 kills, 5 aces, 1 block, and 9 service points.

Aubrey Bucheger and Maggie Sohrweide combines for 17 digs.

Leah Allan and Hailie McDonell combined for 7 kills.



Oneida Triangular

Oneida Nation Thunderhawks hosted the Gillett Tigers and Coleman Cougars last Thursday in a conference Triangular. The Thunderhawks battled with Coleman through three sets: 26-28, 19-25, and 20-25, but were able to end up winning in the end.

Then the Cougars took on the Gillett and were finally able to win a set, the third 21-25. Gillett took the first and second sets 25-19 and 26-24. In their fourth and final set the Tigers were able to overtake Coleman 25-14.

Finally it was Gillett versus Oneida. The Tigers attacked the Thunderhawks in the first set winning it 25-17. The second set brought about a win for the Onedia Nation 16-25. Then in the final two sets Gillett found their stride and were able to overcome the Thunderhawks 25-12 and 26-24.

Gillett's Stats vs Coleman:

Aces: Wickman 3, S. Horsens 2, E. Horsens 2, Umentum 5, Schaal 2.

Digs: Kohls 5, Wickman 2, S. Horsens 6, A. DeBauch 2, E. Horsens 9, Umentum 6, Schaal 10, Huebner 1, Anker 7.

Assists: S. Horsens 10, A. DeBauch 1, Umentum 11, Hübner 3.

Kills: Wickman 9, S. Horsens 2, Peterson 1, A. DeBauch 4, B. DeBauch 2, Umentum 1, Schaal 8, Huebner 1.

Blocks: Wickman 5.

Gillett's Stats vs Oneida:

Aces: Wickman 2, S. Horsens 1, A. DeBauch 3, Umentum 2, Anker 4.

Digs: Kohls 1, Wickman 1, S. Horsens 5, Peterson 1, E. Horsens 7, Umentum 8, Schaal 8, Huebner 2, Anker 2.

Assists: S. Horsens 12, A. DeBauch 2, Umentum 15, Hübner 2.

Kills: Wickman 6, S. Horsens 6, Peterson 6, A. DeBauch 3, B. DeBauch 2, Umentum 1, Schaal 9, Huebner 1.

Blocks: Wickman 1.

Gillett 2-0

Oneida 1-1

Coleman 0-2



Niagara Triangular

Last Thursday the Niagara Lady Badgers hosted the St. Thomas Aquinas Academy Cavaliers and the Suring Eagles in a conference triangular meet. Niagara came out strong against the Eagles beating them in the first two sets 18-25; 12-25. In the third match Suring was able to benefit off of some Niagara errors and won it 25-23. But the Badgers battled back and won the fourth set 12-25. "My team came out strong against Suring. We faltered a little with our transition off the net and went 4 games but finished strong with the win."-Badger Head Coach Carol St. Arnauld.

Then St. Thomas Aquinas Academy Cavaliers took to the court with the Suring Eagles. The first set went to Suring with a score of 17-25. The second set went to the Cavvies with a score of 25-19. But the Eagles were able to battle back and get their second set of the match with a score of 24-26. The fourth set brought about another long match that ended in a close scoring 27-25 win for the Cavaliers. So onto the fifth set the two teams battle with the STAA coming out on top 15-12.

Next the Cavvies went up against host team the Lady Badgers. It seemed as though Niagara had some warming up to do, losing the first set to the Cavvies 25-23. Then the Lady Badgers were able to show why they are a top of the conference by winning the next three sets in stride 20-25, 12-25, and 20-25. "My team displayed their dominance in the 3rd set winning 25-12. Overall, I'm proud of this team. We are currently 5-0 in the conference and to maintain our position, we need to continue to grow in confidence and communication." Quote from head coach Carol St. Arnauld

Katie Benson, one of the Cavvies' coaches had this to say about her team "I'm so proud of our Cavvies. This young team played with grit, and enthusiasm. 3 1/2 hours of volleyball tonight, but played in high spirit throughout. You can expect exponential growth from this poised team."

Niagara Stats:

Aces: Brown 2, M. Borchardt 1, Wells 2, Pearson 2, F. Borchardt 12, Gill 2.

Kills: Cretton 13, Oratch 21, McCarthy 2, Maki 2, M. Borchardt 5, Pearson 9, F. Borchardt 2, Dunkes 1, Gill 22.

Blocks: Cretton 1, Oratch 2, Gill 2.

Assists: Cretton 2, Maki 1, Brown 19, M. Borchardt 46, Pearson 1, F. Borchardt 2, Gill 1.

Digs: Cretton 15, Oratch 4, Brown 10, M. Borchardt 14, Wells 18, Pearson 7, F. Borchardt 28, Dunkes 2, Gill 11.

STAA Stats:

Sophomore Lianna Baxter 42 kills , 6 aces.

Senior Halle Beranek played her best game with 4 aces 23 assists 19 digs.

Junior Livia Benson kills 8, 5 aces, 29 assists.

Freshman AddisonPristelski kills 6.

Katie Knox aces 7, 8 kills.

Clutch serves from both Neveah Tebo and Bryeli Smith, both freshman.



Suring Stats:

Aces: Mahoney 8, Bubolz 5, Fisher 1, Huth 2, Krueger 1, Whiting 1.

Kills: Mahoney 1, Bubolz 14, Fisher 1, Huth 18, Reed 3, Smith 17, Krueger 11, Whiting 2.

Blocks: Huth 4, Krueger 2, Whiting 1.

Digs: School 5, Mahoney 21, Bublolz 33, Fisher 16, Huth 10, Reed 5, Griffin 3, Smith 14, Kreuger 21, Whiting 14.

Assists: Mahoney 30, Bubolz 1, Huth 4, Whiting 21.

Niagara 2-0

STAA 1-1

Suring 0-2



Wausaukee Triangular

The Wausaukee Lady Rangers played host to the Lena Wildcats and the Crivitz Wolverines last Thursday night.

Match Scores:

Lena vs Wausaukee: 14-25, 13, 25, 14-25

Lena vs Crivitz: 13-25, 11-25, 6-25

Crivitz vs Wausaukee: 25-27, 25-21, 25-13, 25-20

Crivitz Stats:

Aces: Gruszynski 8, Boesen 3, Gyger 7, Nelson 3, McFadden 4, Johnsen 8, Guns 2.

Kills: Gruszynski 17, Boesen 2, Gyger 25, Nelson 2, McFadden 3, Johnsen 15, Guns 7.

Digs: Mueller 6, Gruszynski 17, Boesen 3, Gyger 12, Nelson 11, McFadden 11, Johnsen 1, Guns 5.

Assists: Mueller 2, Gruszynski 1, Gyger 1, Nelson 56, Johnsen 1.

Blocks: Johnsen 3, Guns 6.

Wausaukee Stats:

Aces: Schlies 3, Grutza 1, Versaskas 2, Smith 8, Taylor 3.

Kills: Truesdell 1, Edlebeck 4, Murray 12, Schlies 20, Grutza 9, Smith 16, Caylor 2.

Digs: Truesdell 7, Edlebeck 2, Murray 2, Schlies 10, Grutza 2, Versaskas 6, Smith 9, Caylor 7.

Assists: Schlief 2, Smith 1, Taylor 53.

Blocks: Murray 14, Schlief 5, Grutza 1, Smith 5, Taylor 5.

Final:

Crivitz 2-0

Wausaukee 1-1

Lena 0-2



Shawano Invitational

Area teams Peshtigo Bulldogs and Oconto Blue Devils traveled to Shawano for their invite on Saturday.

Match Scores:

Peshtigo vs Brillion: 18-25, 25-13, 15-6.

Peshtigo vs Clintonville: 21-25, 25-13, 10-15.

Peshtigo vs Shawano: 16-25, 19-25

Peshtigo vs Oconto: 17-25, 13-25

Peshtigo vs Clintonville: 25-22, 25-18

Peshtigo Stats:

Aces: Schoenebeck 4, Wickman 13, Sharkus 3, Dudka 6, Oestrich 3, Evancheck 1, Janet 3.

Kills, Schoenebeck 7, Wickman 34, Sharkus 3, Kodric 12, Dudka 20, Dolata 1, Peters 12, Jandt 1, Cahill 1.

Blocks: Wickman 2, Dudka 8.

Assists: Sharks 57, Dolata 1, Oestreich 28, Peters 1, Cahill 1.

Digs: Schoenebeck 17, Wickman 54, Sharkus 27, Kodric 4, Dudka 14, Oestreich 12, Evancheck 36, Peters 8, Jandt 67, Cahill 3.



Oconto vs Shawano 25-19, 25-14

Oconto vs Clintonville 25-11, 25-10

Oconto vs Peshtigo 25-17, 25-13



Oconto won the Semi Final vs Oconto Falls 25-17, 25-15

Oconto defeated Wausau West in the Championship match 25-16 and 25-18.

Oconto Individual Highlights

Cora Behnke 39 kills, 39 digs, 5 blocks, 9 aces, 23 service points

Kate Bahrke 75 assists, 17 digs, 8 aces, 28 s.points

Jenna Hornblad 22 kills, 10 blocks

Aubree Bucheger 55 digs, 4 aces, 27 s.points

Leah Allan 14 kills, 2 blocks

Hannah Moe 13 kills, 11 blocks, 4 aces, 11 s.points

Hailie McDonell 10 blocks; 5 kills

Maggie Sohrweide 32 digs, 5 aces, 23 s.points

Emma Walkowiak 13 digs, 8 aces, 34 s.points

Oconto, (5-0; 17-2 overall)



Gillett Upsets Niagara

The Gillett Tigers came out on top of this closely competitive match against the Niagara Lady Badgers last night. In the first game, it was a strong outing for the Lady Badgers winning the game 18-25. In the second game, Gillett gained momentum and was able to come out on top beating the Badgers 25-23. In the third game it was déj  vu for the Tigers as Niagara was able to pull ahead in the set to take it 18-25. In the fourth set, Gillett got momentum right when they needed it to take the game 25-20. In the fifth and final set, tension was high as the game was close, though the Tigers were able to take it all 15-13. Coach Erin Buhrandt who was very proud of her team, said this after the game: " Great teamwork and effort. Court awareness was put into effect last night."

Quote from head coach Carol St. Arnauld: "My team came out strong tonight against Gillett in game one. We lost a little momentum in game two and came back in three only to lose the next two sets. We need to continue to transition off the net and set up our hitters. We know that we can do better than what we did tonight. We let this one get away from us. We need to learn the lesson and move forward because this team has the potential to do so."

Final:

Gillett 3

Niagara 2

Gillett Stats:

Aces: Wickman 3, S. Horsens 5, Umentum 3, Anker 1.

Digs: Kohls 6, Wickman 4, S. Horsens 11, Peterson 1, B. DeBauch 1, E. Horsens 1, Umentum 5, Schaal 9, Anker 9.

Assists: S. Horsens 13, B. DeBauch 3, E. Horsens 1, Umentum 8, Schaal 3, Anker 1.

Kills: Wickman 7, S. Horsens 4, A. DeBauch 5, Umentum 6, Schaal 12.

Blocks: Wickman 2, S. Horsens 2, A. DeBauch 2, Schaal 2.



Niagara Stats:

Aces: Brown 3, M. Borchardt 3, Wells 1, F. Borchardt 2.

Kills: Cretton 8, Oratch 14, M. Borchardt 5, Pearson 7, F. Borchardt 2, Dunkes 1, Gill 13.

Blocks: McCarthy 1, M. Borchardt 2, Gill 5.

Assists: Cretton 2, Brown 8, M. Borchardt 36, Pearson 2, Gill 1.

Digs: Cretton 9, Oratch 4, McCarthy 2, Maki 3, Brown 15, M. Borchardt 5, Wells 3, Pearson 11, F. Borchardt 24, Dunkes 2, Gill 6.





STAA takes Coleman in 5

MARINETTE-St. Thomas Aquinas Academy powered past Coleman in a hard fought, five set match at STAA. After dropping the first set 20-25, STAA rebounded with a 25 to 20 victory. Coleman jumped ahead in game three and held on for a 17-25 lead in the third. But, STAA fought back and took game four 25-21 and jumped on Coleman early in the decisive 5th, taking the final game 15-9.



STAA was led by the strong serving and assists of senior Halle Beranek with seven aces and 8 assists. Sophomore Lianna Baxter led all hitters with 23 Kills and 6 blocks. Freshman Katie Knox and Addison Pristelski played key roles, with Pristelski providing 6 Aces and Knox digging 5 Coleman hits.



Coleman was led in kills by Michaela Zeitler and Caitlin Huberty each tallying 5. Coleman was led in digs by Huberty with 21 and Cameron Compe's 15. Maddy Hoida paced Coleman with 14 assists.



Final:

Coleman 2

STAA 3


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