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Peshtigo/Niagara Have Strong Week Against Conference Opponents

Issue Date: September 30, 2020

Badgers Bounce Wolverines 3-0

The Niagara Badgers took a solid 3-0 win over the hosting Crivitz Wolverines Thursday night, setting down the Wolverines by way of a 25-9, 25-16 and 25-22 set readout.

"Maddy Welty had to come up to varsity tonight," said Crivitz head coach Molly Meyers. "As a freshman she has not seen a varsity floor all summer and this season, she really stepped up this game." 

The Wolverine effort was led by Maddy Welty who secured three kills, three digs and three blocks. Teammate Brooke McFadden posted three kills, five digs and one ace while Riley Mueller added up three kills two digs. Hailee Gyger did her part with one ace and 13 assists.

"I'm obviously not to happy about those first two games," said Meyers. "We changed things up in the third and we saw an improvement. The girls didn't give up though and I'm very proud of the way they played. Niagara is an amazing team. They have some of the best hitters in the conference. They are very well coached and disciplined."

In JV action the Wolverines lost the first set 25-21 but came back to win to in a row 25-19 and 25-19.

"Crivitz is always a competitive team and there were some great rallies tonight," said Niagara head coach Carol St. Arnauld. "My team dominated the first two sets but let our guard down in the third set, and Crivitz made a game of it. However, we were able to win in three sets."

Alyssa Cretton led the way for the Badgers with 12 kills, one block, one assist, six digs and three aces. Bailey Pearson posted eight kills, one block and 10 digs while Morgan Borcherdt added up 17 assists, four digs, five kills and four aces.

"From the starters to the bench, every single one of my girls played outstanding," said St. Arnauld. "This was a big win for my team, and now they can celebrate the homecoming festivities. We need to continue to play at our level of play and not the level of our opponents. I feel good about what this team has accomplished thus far."

Peshtigo Takes Fast Win Over Crivitz

The Peshtigo Bulldogs pounced on the Crivitz Wolverines last week with a three set win that saw the Bulldogs make quick work of their opponents, 25-15, 25-15 and 25-9.

Grace Wickman played a strong game for the Bulldogs, getting eight kills and 13 digs while teammate Allison Dudka added up three kills, one block, four digs and five aces. Emma Gillian gave her team plenty of spike opportunities with her 10 assists. She also recorded four digs and two aces.

Bulldogs Go The Distance with Eagles

The Peshtigo Bulldogs bagged the win over the Southern Door Eagles Saturday but not until a five set battle had been waged. 

Peshtigo started the match with a 25-18 win in the first set and were answered by the Eagles in the second with a 25-22 loss. 

Recovering in the third set, Peshtigo worked their way to a 25-21 win before the Eagles returned fire in the fourth 25-13. It was a long battling in the fifth as Peshtigo had to go to 17 to overcome Southern Door's 15.

Grace Wickman was quick at the net during the match getting 14 kills, 21 digs and two aces. Allison Dudka posted 12 kills, five digs and one ace while Tori Jandt sent back 32 digs while getting two aces. Blake Sharkus piled up 31 assists and five digs.

Oconto Takes Sevastopol in Three

The Oconto Blue Devils took a three set win over the Sevastopol Pioneers Thursday night, 25-19, 25-9, 25-23. 

Cora Behnke led the way for Oconto with 16 kills and 13 digs while Hannah Moe posted 10 kills and four digs. Kate Bahrke got 27 assists.

Peshtigo Fights Wausaukee for Win

The Peshtigo Bulldogs won a match against the Wausaukee Rangers Friday night but not until four sets had been played.

Peshtigo won the first set 25-13 before falling in set two 25-20. After the second set loss they fired back up to win 25-17 and 25-12 over the final two sets.

Grace Wickman had another show stopping performance Friday night as she added up 10 kills, 12 digs and eight aces. Allison Peters stepped up with eight kills, one assist, nine digs and three aces. Tori Jandt scooped up 21 digs and two aces while Blake Sharkus posted 20 assist with her 12 digs, one block and one ace.

Suring Secures Win Over Crivitz

The Suring Eagles volleyball squad got another hard fought win this week, this time taking down the Crivitz Wolverines in four, 25-21, 25-11, 24-26 and 26-24.

The tough girls from Suring were led by the forts of Cher Whiting who posted five kills, five digs, six assists and two aces. Macie Reed hit down two kills while getting two digs and a team leading five aces. Kelsey Smith got five kills and two digs while Kate Mahoney posted 14 assists with two digs.

Wolverine Maddy Welty led the Wolverines with six kills, two digs, four blocks and one ace while teammate Bryant Krause posted five kills, three digs and one ace. Brooke McFadden got 10 digs with her four kills and two aces while Hailee Gyger added up 19 assists, two blocks, two digs, one kill and one ace.

Oconto Defeats Kaukauna in Five Sets

Traveling to Kaukauna the Oconto Blue Devils had their hands full with the tricky Ghosts who fought with the Devils all the way to five sets.

Hannah Moe led the way with 17 kills for Oconto along with three blocks. Cora  Henkel posted 17 kills, 22 digs and three aces. Leanna Baxter added up six kills and five blocks. Kate Bahrke got 35 assists, four blocks and 27 digs.

Peshtigo Bags Win in Three Over Sevastopol

Taking on the Sevastopol Pioneers the Peshtigo Bulldogs had full matches but were able get the edge late to take all three for the quick win.

In any three of the sets the Pioneers could have turned the tables late but were unable to score in the clutch. The victories were 25-22, 25-22 and 26-24.

Games one saw the Pioneers jump to an early 3-0 lead before Peshtigo amassed three of their own. But by the time they had accomplished this the Pioneers had increased their lead to 9-3. After big time performances from the service line from Tori Jandt and Blake Sharkus the Bulldogs were able work their way to the 25-22 lead.

Game two was a blow for blow match with Peshtigo getting ahead early 4-2 but soon found themselves tied 4-4. After which the game followed a steady uptick in points by both sides till the Pioneers took the 22-22 tie. Thanks to a time out and regroup by the digs Peshtigo was able to fire back to the 25-22 win.

Sevastopol looked a little gassed in the third frame as the Bulldogs jumped to a 7-1 lead. But the Pioneers were not ready to call it quits as they fired back at Peshtigo to bring themselves within five, 15-10. After staying in lock step for the rest of the match Peshtigo was able to get the two point edge needed to win, 26-24.

Marinette Falls to Freedom

The Marinette Marines suffered a three game loss to the Freedom Irish who stole the show and made their exit with a 3-0 performance.

The Marines struggled to find their positioning in game one as the Irish blasted holes in the defense for the 25-10 win. Marinette definitely found some footing and readjusted in the  second game, battling to a 25-21 final verdict. 

Game three appeared to be turning out the same as the first as the Irish opened up a 13-5 lead. But a scrappy Marine defense helped to turn the Irish on their head, coming back to bring the tally to 18-13 for the Marines. After a time out from the Irish bench Freedom was able to regain the lead but not but an awful lot as the Marine's only trailed 22-20. Freedom went on to win, 25-21.

Oconto Defeats Southern Door

The Oconto Blue Devils secured a three set victory over the Southern Door Eagles, 25-8, 25-12 and 25-7.

Leading the charge for the Blue Devils was Cora Behnke with 11 kills, seven digs and two blocks. Hannah Moe got six kills while Lianna Baxter posted four kills, 5 aces and four digs.


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