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M&O Conference Competition Heats Up

Issue Date: September 2, 2021

Oconto Falls Competes

at Little Chute Invite


The Oconto Falls Panther volleyball squad went 2-1 in the Little Chute volleyball invite last week Tuesday.

Oconto Falls started their 5-0 run through the tourney with a win over Fox Vally Lutheran 25-11 and 25-11.

The Panthers' Emmie Magnin posted four kills five aces, four blocks, and one dig while Tess Maggio posted two kills, two aces, and two blocks.

Against Chilton, in match two of the day, the Panthers again were 2-0 with a 25-21 win and a 25-17 victory.

Emma Magnin led in kills with six while getting two aces, two blocks, and one dig while Grace Onionskin posted four kills and one dig. Haile Peitersen posted 13 assists in the match along with three kills.

Oconto Falls needed three to defeat Wrightstown 25-12, 22-25, and 17-15. But it was Xavier that would win the last match of the night, taking down the Panthers in two 25-21 and 25-12.



Oconto Falls Wins

Hilbert Tournament


Oconto Falls went 5-0 in tournament play in Hilbert Monday night defeating Hilbert, Cambria-Friesland, Kohler, Valders, and New London.

In match one against the Hilbert girls, the Panthers lost the first set before winning the final two, 13-25, 25-10, and 15-9.

The win over Cambria-Friesland was done in two 25-15 and 25-15 while Kohler fell in two quick matches 25-12 and 25-12.

Valders took three sets to finish off as the Panthers went 25-15, 19-25, and 15-7.

In Oconto Falls' last match of the night, they defeated New London 25-13 and 25-13.



Coleman Takes

Win In Triangular


The Coleman Cougar girls hosted a volleyball triangular Thursday evening, winning over both Gillett and Suring.

"I am really proud of how the girls played today," said Coleman Head Coach Katherine Schermer. "We had a bit of a rough start with our first game against Gillett but they pulled it out to win in 3. We took Suring to 4 and the last 2 games were extremely close, with the girls going point for point. We had some phenomenal work up at the net including hits, blocks, and coverage as well as in the back row when it came to digging up hits or hustling after balls."

In their match with the Suring Eagles, Coleman went 25-12, 25-11, and 25-22 for the win.

When asked what she thought changed from the last game Schermer said, "I think that the girls realized that they were capable. After getting the jitters out in their games on Tuesday they came together as a more confident team this evening. Their versatility and  encouragement of one another both on and off the court is one of the things I am both extremely grateful for and mighty proud of as I feel these traits will serve them well throughout this season."

Gillett's head coach Jill Halla said, "Game two of the year we had a pretty big list of things we need to work. We have a very young team with only one returner from varsity play last year. Naomi is our returner and she is our steady force out there."



Crivitz Takes Win

in Triangular Action


The Crivitz Wolverines bagged a two-win night in a home Triangular last Thursday night, defeating Oneida Nation and Niagara.

Against the Oneida Nation Thunderhawks, the Wolverines went 25-16, 25-15, and 25-12.

Leading the way in the match was Kylie Chilcote with 17 kills, one dig, and one block. Kenya Caine got nine kills, one dig, and eight aces while Tayah Werner posted four kills, 10 digs, one assist, and two aces.

"I'm super proud of the girls," said Crivitz head coach Molly Meyers. "I give total credit to Niagara, they are just a great team. We knew this was going to be a really tough match-up. On Tuesday we didn't rise to the occasion against the two tougher teams we played, I challenged them to come out and step up the pace and they did that tonight. The girls could have let it slip after the third set but they didn't and kept tough."

Against the Niagara Badgers, the Wolverines went 25-20, 25-19 14-25, and 26-24 for the four-set win.

McKenna Sellen posted 12 kills and one dig while Werner posted nine kills, six digs, one assist, and one ace. Hailee Gyger got four kills, three digs, 20 assists, and three aces.

Niagara's one their match over Oneida Nation 25-10, 25-11, and 25-9.

Leading Niagara's efforts was Bailey Peterson with 31 total kills, three blocks, five assists, one dig, and three aces. Morgan Borchardt posted 15 kills, 44 assists, 10 digs, and 11 aces while Lily Loukus added 11 aces, nine digs, and one assist.



Wausaukee Wins Over

Lena and STAA

in Triangular


The Wausaukee Ranger girls got a double win against the Lena Wildcats and St. Thomas Aquinas Cavaliers Thursday night.

Against the STAA girls, Wausaukee went 25-5, 25-15, and 25-14 before beating Lena 25-19, 25-12, and 25-19.

Lena got a win over STAA 25-8. 25-15 and 25-12.

Wausaukee's hard-fought night was keyed by McKenzie Truesdell with seven kills, two digs, and eight aces along with Rachel Schlies who posted nine kills, two blocks, one dig, and eight aces. Amber Caylor had 23 assists, two kills, and four aces while Kailee Sievert proved her worth at the service line where she amassed 10 aces.



Crivitz Takes Win

Over Suring in Dual


The home-court Crivitz Wolverines were the victors in Tuesday night's contest with the Suring Eagles. Crivitz took the win in four sets 25-22, 22-25, 25-23, and 25-22.

The close battle saw the Wolverines led by Kylie Chilcote. At the net, Chilcote posted 13 kills, two assists, and one block. Maddy Welty added up six kills and two aces while Hailee Gyger finished the night with 19 assists and two aces.

Suring was led by Christine Sleeter who got eight kills, two assists, and one ace. Mackenzie Chesterfield finished with five kills, six digs, and an ace while Macie Reed got six kills and one dig.



Oneida Nation Posts

Win Over STAA


The Oneida Nation Thunderhawks took a solid win over the hosting St. Thomas Aquinas Cavaliers Tuesday night 25-17, 25-12, and 25-12.



Lena Gets Win

Over Gillett in Dual


In local volleyball dual action, the Lena Wildcats bagged a win over the Gillett Tigers Tuesday night in Lena. Lena dropped the first set 25-13 before coming back to win three straight 25-15, 25-15, and 25-16.

"It's usually a struggle every year in the early parts of the season since there are new girls trying to find where they belong," said Lena head coach Heidi Place. "We have to find that chemistry. I saw less and less errors in the last game and this game as well. There has been a lot of self-correcting out there and I don't have many complaints in the way the girls played."

Leading the way for the Wildcats was Mel Cops with 10 kills, two blocks, an assist, and one ace. Makynna Herald posted 20 assists and an ace. Peyton Dorow-Wagner got four kills and six aces.



Wausaukee Gets

Win Over Niagara


The Wausaukee Rangers traveled to Niagara Tuesday night and defeated the home court Badgers by way of three sets 25-23, 25-21, and 25-21.

Niagara's effort was led by Bailey Peterson with 10 kills, four digs, one assist, and one ace. Mallory Sanicki kills, one block, one assist, and one dig.


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