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Teams Pick Up Pace as Conference Play"Approaches

Wausaukee Goes 2-0 in Triangular

Hosting an early season volleyball triangular the Wausaukee Rangers were able to establish some dominance with a 2-0 victory over Coleman and Niagara.

Wausaukee defeated Niagara 25-17 and 25-14 while Niagara beat Coleman 25-18, 25-17 and 15-6. Wausaukee also took a win over the Coleman Cougars 25-17 and 25-17.

On the day for the Rangers Courtney Messar controlled the front line with 10 kills, 11 digs, one assist and one ace. Teammate Kaelyn Schlies got eight kills and one assist while Bella Manske and Natalie Schroeder both bagged seven kills. Callie Orlando finished the evening with two aces, three digs and 28 assists.

For the Cougars Maria Nowak had two kills, three assists, one block and one ace while Beth Gannigan registered seven digs, one block and 51 assists.

The Badgers were led by Jasmine Racine with eight kills, five digs, one assist and two aces while Allison Wells posted seven kills and seven digs. Sydney Weber added six kills, one block, two digs and one assist.

Niagara head coach Christie Borchardt commented "Our Volleyball team had a roller coaster night.  We started out slow against Coleman but regrouped and finished strong. Then we played Wausaukee and really didn't play up to our potential. Our serving errors really hurt with 16 errors in total. Our reception errors didn't help either.  Our team really didn't get in sync tonight. They have the potential to do well but need to work on their confidence and communication. I'm hoping we learn and grow from this and come out stronger this weekend."



Crivitz Exits STAA Triangular with Double Victory

The Crivitz Wolverine Volleyball squad left the home court of the St. Thomas Aquinas Cavaliers with 2-0 bragging rights as they defeated the home team 25-7 and 25-7 while taking down visiting Gillett in two sets 25-8 and 25-22. STAA was unable to work their way to a win as they fell in their second game 25-18, 25-20 and 15-10 against Gillett.

For the Tigers Faith Sorlie did it all. She slapped down 13 kills while getting 16 digs, four aces, four assists and one block. Sydney Young scored eight kills, one ace, one block, three digs and 11 assists while Willow Pecha tagged on eight kills and 11 digs.

STAA was led by Kianna Bulin with eight kills, five aces and five assists. Millie Benson posted six kills, two aces and seven assists.

On the Wolverine end Chloe Gruszynski found considerable gaps in the defense, piling up 12 kills, one dig, one block and one ace. Allison Zorn got 10 kills and one assist while Morgan Gyger posted seven kills, two digs and two blocks. Annabelle Kosmecki tallied five kills, five digs, three aces and one block.



Suring Volleyball Triangular a Stalemate

The Suring Eagles held an early season triangular on their home court and after three games it was established that no team held an edge over the other. The Lena Wildcats battled the Oneida Nation Thunderhawks for a 25-23 and a 25-23 win while Suring defeated Lena 25-10 and 25-11. Oneida returned in game three for a 25-20 and a 25-20 defeat of the home court Eagles.

Suring was led by the efforts of Wylee VanBellinger who posted nine kills, four digs and one ace. Nikki Niemann recorded seven kills, two aces, two blocks and four digs while Jazmine Chesterfield got six kills, two aces and one dig.

Lena's Kaylee Huberty bagged 9 of her teams 15 kills while also getting 12 aces and three blocks. Brianna Sylvester did her job behind the service line with 12 aces. She also had 3 kills, one dig and eight assists.



Suring Hands Coleman Hard Loss

The Eagles took control of the Coleman Cougars court last Monday as they defeated the girls in green by way of 25-9, 25-14, 21-25 and 25-15 sets.

For the Eagles Jazmine Chesterfield added up seven kills, one ace and two digs while Nikki Niemann scored nine aces four kills, six digs and one assist. Jadyn Stuart ensured her hitters had plenty of opportunities to score as she chipped into the effort with 20 assists. She also had two aces.





Crivitz Holds Fast Against Wausaukee

The Crivitz Wolverines faced a tough opponent Monday night as they battled the Wausaukee Rangers for a four set win.

Set one was close. Niether team seemed to want to give more than a couple point edge to the other before returning to a tie. Crivitz eventually took control of the net for the 25-21 tone setter.

Wausakee wasn't phased by the first set loss as they quickly put away the Wolverines in set two 25-16.

But from the third set on the Rangers lost their footing. Crivitz blasted their way to the 25-13 win while finishing off the match with a 25-16 fourth set verdict.

Crivitz standout sophomore, Chloe Gruszynski made an early season statement against rival Wausaukee with 15 kills. Annabelle Kosmecki tallied five kills, one ace and one block while Taylor Kaldenberg provided her team with 13 assists and two aces.

Wausaukee was led by the efforts of Courtney Messar with 12 kills, 12 digs and two aces. Natalie Schroeder had 10 kills while Kaelyn Schlies got nine kills and one dig.



Gillett Defeats STAA

The Gillett Tigers took a three set win over the visiting St. Thomas Aquinas Cavaliers Tuesday night. Gillett put the cruise control on in this one as they coasted their way to a 25-14, 25-13 and 25-17 win.

No STAA stats were reported. Gillett was led by Megan Wolfe with five kills, 10 assists, seven aces and seven digs. Sydney Young got three kills, five aces and two digs.



Suring Slams Competition at Bonduel Invite

The Suring Eagles soared to a 3-0 finish on the day at the Bonduel Invite Tuesday night. The Eagles took a 27-25 and 25-17 win over Laona/Wabeno, A 25-16, 24-26 and 18-16 win over Omro and a 27-29, 25-17 and 15-11 win over Waupaca.

Leading the Eagles efforts was Nikki Niemann who posted 26 total kills, nine digs, nine assists, one block and one ace. Wylee VanBellinger got 22 kills while also registering 10 digs, four assists, one block and six aces. Jazmine Chesterfield finished the evening with 15 kills, seven digs, seven assists, two block and eight aces.



Niagara Leaves Oneida Thunderstruck

The Niagara Badgers had little troubles securing a 25-19, 25-18, 25-14 win over the visiting Oneida Nation Thunderhawks Tuesday night.

No Oneida stats were reported. Niagara was led by Cassie Gill with 13 kills, two aces and five digs. Jasmine Racine got nine kills, four aces and 11 digs while Abigail McCarthy posted four kills, one ace, three digs and 25 assists.



Bulldogs Sweep Cougars

Tuesday evening the Peshtigo Bulldogs played host to the Coleman Cougars in a nonconference matchup. Peshtigo took control early over Coleman in game one 25-12, before going on to take the next two games 25-16 and 25-18.

Shae Tonn led Peshtigo with 10 kills while Grace Wickman added six and Madi Martin and Emma Frederickson each pitched in with four. Dani Lemke set up the Bulldog hitters all night, recording 17 assists, while Mackenzie Morris also had five. Tonn also paced Peshtigo with 10 digs, Lemke had six, and Wickman and Gabby Perry each added five.

Coleman's leading hitter was Annabelle Kotecki who recorded seven kills, Brooklyn Seals and Beth Gannigan each added three. Kailey Klimek provided the spark on defense with six blocks. Kotecki also recorded five digs to lead the Cougars.



Southern Door Tourney Not Kind to Wausaukee

Wednesday afternoon the Wausaukee Ranger volleyball team traveled to Southern Door for a tournament. The Rangers went 0-5 in five matches with Lomira twice, Gibralter, Sevastopol and Valders.

In their first contest of the day, Wausaukee won the first game against Lomira 25-20, but fell in the second game 23-25. The third and deciding match of the contest went to Lomira 12-15. Gibralter then swept the Rangers 12-25 and 16-25, followed by a sweep by Sevastopol 10-25 and 17-25. Valders then took two consecutive games from Wausaukee by scores of 17-25 and 13-25. For their final match of the day, the Rangers took on Lomira once again. Wausaukee started out hot and took the first game 25-17, then narrowly lost game two 22-25. Lomira edged Wausaukee in the final game of the day 13-15.

On the day, Courtney Messar led the Rangers in kills with 27 and digs with 19. Callie Orlando recorded 45 assists to lead the team. Kylee Smith added 16 kills and Kaelyn Schlies pitched in with 13. Sirina Tyler finished the day with 15 digs.


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