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Oconto Stays On Top of Packerland; Defeats Peshtigo

Issue Date: October 6, 2021

Oconto Posts

Win Over Peshtigo


The Oconto Blue Devils were the victors in a high-powered showdown with the Peshtigo Bulldogs, winning the match after three sets 25-17, 25-18, and 25-22.

"I told our girls at the end of the match to not hold your heads down," said Peshtigo head coach Robin Gilligan. "We played tough and improved so much since the last time we played them. We learned some of their weakness and exploited them in the match. We had some great blocks and played scrappy and tough. We don't have a lot of height but we moved some people around to help with the blocks against Hannah. We have to do everything we can to get blocks since we aren't the tallest team."

Peshtigo was led by Allison Peters with four kills, one block, and 14 digs. Jaci Tonn posted five kills, eight assists, 20 digs and an ace while Presley Plym got six digs and three aces.

"This is the third time we've seen Peshtigo," said Oconto head coach Adrian De La Cruz. "There is a chance we will see them in the tournament. We could possibly see them a total of five times in this season, that's four too many times if you ask me. Over time we played them they have improved and made it more difficult. It's great to see high-level volleyball, its so inspiring to the little girls here to see volleyball that's so exciting to watch. Then they want to play like this."



Coleman Takes Double

Win in Triangular


The Coleman Cougars posted a solid night of volleyball on their home court, taking down visiting Lena and Crivitz.

The Cougars took their win over the Wolverines in three sets 25-6, 25-12, and a marathon final set 30-28.

Against the Lena Wildcats, the Cougars were forced to go five sets, each of which was close. Coleman won the first set 31-29 before falling to the Wildcats in the second 25-19. Coleman answered with a 26-24 third set before Lena again answered with a 25-23 win. It was Coleman who fought through the fifth for the win 15-8.

Kylee Tadisch was unstoppable at the net for the Cougars getting 25 kills, 18 of which came against the Wolverines. She also got two digs, four blocks, and six aces to cap off her excellent performance. Desiree Nowak added up 10 kills and one block while Sylvia Fochesato posted seven kills, five assists, six digs, and a game-leading nine aces. Breana Hanrahan finished with one kill and 25 digs while Jenna Stycynski got 41 assists along with her one kills, seven digs, and five aces.



Niagara Gets Wins

Over Wausaukee

and Suring

in Triangular


The Niagara Badgers were the overall winners of their home triangular, beating back the Rangers of Wausaukee in a close five-set match and the Suring Eagles who they took down in three.

The Badgers posted their win over the Wausaukee Rangers after falling in the first set 25-21. The Badgers came back in a game set two 25-16 while also winning set three 25-23. The Rangers answered with a 27-25 fourth set while the Badgers wrapped things up in the fifth 15-12.

In that match, Niagara's Bailey Pearson posted 19 kills, two blocks, one assist, four digs, and two aces while Morgan Borchardt got 13 kills, one block, 31 assists, 19 digs, and three aces. Mallory Sanicki added up 12 kills, one block, and two digs.

"Tonight my team came through with two conference matches," said Niagara head coach Carol St. Arnauld.  "We played Suring winning in 3 sets and battled Wausaukee for the win in 5 sets with my girls ending the game dominating at the net.  I'm beyond proud of my team because there were times when they let the lead slip away but in the end, they pushed through and got the win.  Overall we had many players step up and get the job done. I'm proud of how my younger players were able to finish strong."

Against the Suring Eagles, the Badgers quickly fired off their 25 points in all three sets, getting the win 26-16, 25-11, and 25-17.

Pearson continued her excellent night with an additional eight kills, one block, two assists, and one dig while Borchardt added on seven kills, 12 assists, nine digs, and a whopping eight aces. Abby Wells did her part with one kill, two assists, six digs, and four aces.

Wausaukee went on to beat Suring 25-23, 18-25, 25-10, and 25-22.

Wausaukee's effort was led by Rachel Schlies with 13 kills, one block, three digs, and one ace while Amber Caylor posted six kills, two blocks, six digs, 22 assists, and five aces.



Oconto Falls

Wins in Four Sets

Over Waupaca


The Oconto Falls Panther posted a solid win over the hosting Waupaca girls last Thursday, winning after four sets 25-22, 25-19, 23-25, and 26-24.

The hard-fought win saw the Panthers' Emmie Magnin, who has been a threat at the net all season, post 11 kills, one assist, and three blocks. Brailyn St. Louis added up nine kills, one ace, and one block.



Menominee Takes

Loss to Gladstone


The Menominee Maroons, who have not played a match in three weeks took the court last Monday to take on the Gladstone Braves. The rusty Maroons did all they could but eventually fell in a hard fought fifth set.

"Our goal tonight was to limit the free balls from going over and getting them a score," said Menominee head coach Sarah Betzinger. "There were a lot less shanked balls tonight and some really good hustle from our girls. Their game is instinct is coming around and all these little things that we are doing better will start to add up especially entering the playoffs."

Game one saw Gladstone battle back after an early deficit to win 25-23. Menominee returned fire with a 25-21 second set, then fought hard for a 25-20 win in the third set. Unfortunately for the Maroons the Braves picked up the slack and won the fourth25-14 before wrapping it up in the fifth 18-16.



Lena Takes Win

Over Coleman


The Coleman Cougars hosted the Lena Wildcats Tuesday night for an area volleyball showdown that saw the Wildcats victorious after five sets.

Coleman opened the night with a 25-19 win and increased the lead to two wins after a 25-15 second set.

After that the Wildcats took control of the game, winning the third 25-23 and the fourth 25-14 before wrapping up the nights win with a 15-7 final set.



Oconto

Defeats Bonduel


The Oconto Blue Devils won a three-set match over the Bonduel Bears Tuesday night 25-20, 25-19, and 25-10.

Hannah Moe had 13 kills, 10 digs, 13 service points, and four aces. Lianna Baxter posted 8 kills and four blocks. Kate Bahrke added up 22 assists, four aces, and four blocks.



Niagara Posts

Win Over Suring


It took four sets for the Niagara Badgers to achieve victory over the visiting Suring Eagles Tuesday night as they took the win 25-12, 25-18, 20-25, 25-15.

Niagara was led by Bailey Pearson with 11 kills, one block, and four digs. Morgan Borchardt added up nine kills, three blocks, 15 assists, 10 digs, and four aces while Abby Wells finished with one kill, three assists, 18 digs, and four aces.

Suring's Macie Reed posted six kills and four digs while Bailey Stuart got five kills, 10 digs, and two aces. Christine Sleeter added up 14 kills, seven assists, four digs, and three blocks.



Peshtigo Defeats

NEW Lutheran


The Peshtigo Bulldogs secured a three-set Tuesday night win over the Green Bay NEW Lutheran Blazers 25-14, 26-24, and 25-17.

Peshtigo's Allison Peters posted five kills, one block, 18 digs, and six aces while Sam Kodric added up five kills, two digs, and one ace. Tori Jandt got one ace and 26 digs.


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