Bulldogs Hand Badgers Their First Loss of SeasonIssue Date: October 14, 2020
Coleman Secures Win Over Crivitz
The Coleman Cougars hosted the Crivitz Wolverines last week and secured the home court win in three sets 25-16, 25-21 and 25-14.
Leading the way for the Cougars in the dominant performance was Aubrey Kriescher with nine kills, three digs, two assists and two aces. Michaela Zeitler posted five kills, 14 digs, two assists and three aces while Hailey Ziemer got five kills, one dig, one assist and two aces. Madelyn Hoida added up 27 assists and three digs.
Wolverine Riley Mueller lead her team with four kills, four digs and one block while Kylie Chilcote posted three kills, three digs and one block. Haile Gyger added up 12 assists and one kill.
Coleman Defeats Crivitz in Second Match of the Week
The Coleman Cougars, after winning a three set match on their home court traveled to Crivitz where they went four sets with the home court Wolverines winning 21-25, 25-22, 25-13 and 25-21.
Coleman's Michaela Zietler amassed 16 kills, 29 digs, one assist, two blocks and two aces. Aubrey Kriescher got three kills, five digs, three heists, four blocks and five aces. Cameron Compe added up 26 digs, one kill and two aces. Isabelle Straub posted three five kills, two digs and an ace.
Crivitz's Brooke McFadden got 12 kills, five digs and two aces. Chloe Meyers added up four kills, four digs and two aces. Haile Gyger did her part with six digs and 20 assists.
Niagara Continues Win Streak With Victory Over STAA
The Niagara Badger posted yet another three set win on the season, defeating the St. Thomas Aquinas Cavaliers in quick fashion 25-12, 25-15 and 25-23.
Leading the way for the victorious Badgers was Alyssa Cretton with 13 kills, three assists, 14 digs and one ace. Morgan Borcherdt added up six kills, 35 assists, five digs and four aces.
Peshtigo Gets Hard Fought Win Over Niagara
The Peshtigo Bulldogs handed the M&O superpowers, the Niagara Badgers, a rare loss this past week, taking down the Badgers after four sets.
After dropping the first set to the feisty Badgers 29-27 the Bulldogs fired back, winning three straight for the victory, 29-27, 25-17 and 25-15.
For the Bulldogs Grace Wickman showed off her spiking skills, getting 16 kills along with her one block, one assist, 23 digs and one ace. Allison Dudka powered her way to 13 kills, three blocks and 10 digs while Dreya Detry finished the night with six kills, two assists and six digs. Allison Peters posted seven kills, one assist and 23 digs. She also was very accurate with her serves getting eight aces on the night.
Niagara was led by Alyssa Cretton with 18 kills, one block, 17 digs and one ace. Bailey Peterson posted 14 kills, three blocks, one assist and 15 digs while Abby Wells got five kills, 15 digs and three aces.
Bulldogs Battle For Tough Three Set Victory
The Peshtigo Bulldogs won their contest with Roncalli Thursday night but it wasn't an easy three set and win. Roncalli kept it close the whole way.
After winning the first set handedly 25-15, Roncalli stepped up and gave Peshtigo a fight 27-25 and 25-23.
Grace Wickman led at the net for the Bulldogs with nine kills, 21 digs and one ace while Allison Peters added up eight kills, one assist, 20 digs and three aces. Blake Sharkus finished the night with 13 assists, seven digs and an ace while Emma Gilligan got one kill, 11 assists, four digs and two aces.
Niagara Gets Win Over Iron Mountain
The Niagara Badgers continue to show dominance on the volleyball court, winning another match, this time against the Iron Mountain girls 25-16, 15-14 and 25-16.
"My team came out strong against Iron Mountain," said Niagara Head coach Carol St. Arnauld. "We had some great volleys as Iron Mountain is known for their scrappy play. In the second set, we had some uncharacteristic missed serves and miscommunication, but my girls recovered and finished the third set with confidence. This is our fourth match in seven days and we play Laona Wabeno tomorrow. I'm going to continue to push my girls to elevate their play as we have an enormous amount of talent. Alyssa Cretton led with 23 kills."
Alyssa Cretton posted 23 kills, one heist, 19 digs and one ace while Abby Well added yup six kills, one assist, 12 digs and three aces. Bailey Peterson posted eight kills, one block, one assist and 14 digs.
Wausaukee Gets Win Over Crivitz
The Wausaukee Rangers and the Crivitz Wolverines went the distance their five set match last week with the Rangers taking the fifth set win for the victory.
Wausaukee won the first game 25-17 while Crivitz won the seance 26-24. Wausaukee won the third set 25-19 while Crivitz again returned fire with a 25-23 fourth set. But it was the Rangers that finished strong to win the 15-7 final set.
For the Rangers, Alyssa Edelbeck got 15 kills and two aces while Tori Philips posted six kills. Amber Caylor added up 30 assists while getting four kills, one block and three aces. Natalie Grutza finished the night with five kills, three digs and six aces.
Brooke McFadden led the Wolverines with 11 kills, four digs and one ace. Riley Mueller added up seven kills, four digs three assists and one ace. Bryanna Krause finished with two kills, six digs and two aces.
Peshtigo Defeats Carney/Nadeau
The Peshtigo Bulldog volleyball squad got a three set victory Tuesday night when they took down the Carney/Nadeau girls 25-19, 25-19 and 25 21.
Game two saw a dramatic ending as Allison Dudka ended the match a spike kill.
The win saw Grace Wickman dominate at the net with 11 kills, one block, 25 digs and four aces. Allison Dudka posted eight kills and five digs. Blake Sharkus got 19 assists, 10 digs and three aces while Tori Jandt posted 37 digs and three aces. Allison Peters posted three kills, 10 digs and two aces.
Marquette Posts Win Over Menominee
The Marquette volleyball squad got a win over the Menominee Maroons over three sets.
Marquette jumped out to a 25-6 win in the first while posting a 25-11 second set win.
"Our girls had lack of commutation and lack of movement tonight," said Menominee head coach Sarah Betzinger. "They did have a few good moments but just couldn't get going against this Marquette team. There was a distinct height advantage."
Niagara Takes Loss to Laona/Wabeno
The Niagara Badgers took a loss to the Laona/Wabeno Rebels Tuesday night 25-19, 15-25, 25-11, 17-25 and 13-15.
"Tonight was a tough loss against Laona/Wabeno as my team played too inconsistent. When we led the momentum, Laona/Wabeno couldn't stop us. Then the very next game, we played timid at the net and our defense didn't get to position. It was a roller coaster night with definite highs and lows. My girls truly need to believe in themselves and not give up on the ball. Playing smart and staying aggressive is exactly what we need to do if we want to continue to play throughout tournaments. Alyssa Cretton led in kills with 18," said Niagara head coach Carol St. Arnauld
The loss saw the Badgers fight hard for five sets with Aylssa Cretton added up 18 kills, two blocks and 17 digs along with two aces. Bailey Peterson finished with seven kills, one block, three assists, 27 digs and three aces. Abby Wells got seven kills, two assists and 23 digs along with an ace.
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